The Perpetual Paycheck By Lori B. Rassas

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Right now is the perfect time to be looking for a job, because there are more opportunities for employees than ever before.

That may seem hard to believe… but it’s true.

Few people recognize what’s happening in today’s job market. Even fewer people have the tools they need to access those rewards. Today’s workplace may be loyalty-free, but this environment can propel employees to assert their workplace independence and use this unprecedented flexibility to truly soar.

The Perpetual Paycheck: 5 Secrets to Getting a Job, Keeping a Job, and Earning Income for Life in the Loyalty-Free Workplace is a nuts-and-bolts guide you can use to not only survive, but thrive. Offering a contrarian approach backed up by actual current workplace experiences, author Lori Rassas provides practical, accessible job-finding secrets for those looking for a new job, those looking to solidify their current position, those looking to advance their position, and those looking to change careers or industries.

Don’t you deserve a good job with benefits that provides you with the economic security to live a full life? The answer is a resounding yes, and there has never been a better time to achieve that than now. Improved material benefits are within everyone’s reach—and by adopting the five attitudes and approaches outlined in this book, you’ll be that much closer to having them in your grasp.

Lori Rassas currently has her own consulting practice offering training workshops, providing guidance on employment law and human resources matters, and working with individuals trying to navigate the workplace. She also regularly gives career advice to students from diverse populations through her work as a member of the adjunct faculty at The Mailman School of Public Health of Columbia University, Fordham University School of Law, The Scheinman Institute on Conflict Resolution at Cornell University, and Berkeley College. Lori is also a recognized expert on employment law and career issues, and has been quoted in a number of publications, including The New York Times, CNNMoney, Fortune, USA Today College, Newsday, American Medical News, and CareerBuilder.com.

Contact the author on LinkedIn, visit her website at http://www.lorirassas.com, follow her on Twitter (@lorirassas) or connect with her consulting practice on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/loribrassas.

Awards and Recognition
Winner, Silver Medal,  Readers’ Favorite, Business/Nonfiction Category
Winner, 2015 B.R.A.G. Medallion

Reviews
This book has the potential to greatly increase one’s self-confidence, an invaluable asset in leading a happy life in such an environment of transience. I wish I had read this book many years earlier which would have prepared me better in dealing with all the unsettling changes I faced. The book follows a simple and easy style of narration. Replete with humor, cartoons and anecdotes, this book is a light read conveying, however, more important ideas. – Readers’ Favorite
 
The advice in the book is as practical and straightforward as it can get. There is no beating around the bush. The author seems to say “This is how it is. Get this in your head and plan from that point on.” And then she goes on to tell you how to plan and execute the steps 

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About Don Sloan

I am a former journalist with a major daily newspaper and now am a full-time Indie book reviewer. I love to write, read, drink good wine, and take short naps in front of my fireplace here in the North Carolina mountains.
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