Tuesday, August 30, 2011

New Books @ the library


It is often harder for an ex-offender to reenter the work force.  The following books are a guide to how to find a job.  They cover how to overcome the negative aspects of a past and move forward into a better future.  Some of them give step by step guides in what to do as well as how to answer questions overcome future employers’ misgivings. Some of these tips will be helpful to anyone who may have a troublesome aspect of their past employment or gaps in their employment history.

Krannich, Ron and Caryl. Overcoming Barriers to Employment: 127 great tips for putting red flags behind you. Manassas Park, VA: Impact Publications: 2006.  8/2/2011

Krannich, Ronald L. Job Hunting Tips for People with Hot and Not-So-Hot Backgrounds: 150 Smart Tips that can change your life.  Manassas Park, VA: Impact Publications: 2005.  8/2/2011

Krannich, Ron. The Ex-Offender’s Quick Job Hunting Guide: Putting the 10 steps into action. Manassas Park, VA: Impact Publications: 2009. 8/2/2011

Krannich, Caryl and Ron. The Ex-Offender’s Job Interview Guide: Turn Your Red flags into Green Lights. Manassas Park, VA: Impact Publications: 2009.  8/2/2011

Krannich, Ron. Best Jobs for Ex-Offenders. Manassas Park, VA: Impact Publications: 2009.  8/2/2011

Krannich, Ron and Caryl. The Ex-Offender’s Re-entry Success Guide: Smart Choices for Making it on the Outside for Good!  Manassas Park, VA: Impact Publications: 2009.  8/2/2011

Krannich, Ron and Caryl. The Ex-Offender’s Job Hunting Guide: 10 Steps to a New Life in the Work World. Manassas Park, VA: Impact Publications: 2005. 8/2/2011

Farr, Michael and Maurice Stevens. Quick Job search for Ex-Offenders: Seven Steps to finding a job Fast.  Indianapolis: JIST Publishing, 2008. 8/2/2011

McNulty, Neil P. and Ronald L. Krannich. The Ex-Offender’s 30/30 Job Solution: Your Lifeboat Guide to Re-Entry Success.  Manassas Park, VA: Impact Publications: 2009.   8/2/2011

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