Internet security is of chief concern not only for webmasters, but increasingly, for everyday users. An alarming statewide study highlighted by the Identity Theft Resource Center indicates data breaches are on the rise. A surprising statsitic from the study showed that 14,207,346 credit card numbers were exposed in 2017 — an increase of 88 percent over 2016 figures.
So you’re a chef and you have a food allergy, now what? Does that mean you leave the kitchen? Does that mean you give up cooking? Does that mean you stop making a living?
No, it means finding a new normal. It means finding a new way to continue on in the industry that you love, providing the food that you love to the people that love you for it.
Yes, your allergy and the allergies of any of your staff will impact day-to-day operations. Here’s how to safely continue working with food.
In order to survive today’s “retail apocalypse,” merchants must reevaluate how they’re running their businesses.
Meet JWU professor Patrick Leary, EdD: Learn how he translates his classroom courses in Providence to the online classroom—plus discover the advice that he credits both his work ethic and success.
As I reflect on my most recent learning experiences—specifically when I attended the 2017 Club Managers Association of America National Student Educational Conference in Washington, D.C.—I am reminded about how many private clubs must continue to develop, maintain, and communicate their culture to participants both inside and outside of the organization.
Defining private club culture
If you're interested in a healthcare career, your opportunities look bright: The public health profession is estimated to increase approximately 14 percent over the next decade, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Position yourself for success in a career in the healthcare industry with an undergraduate degree in Public Health from Johnson & Wales University!
Organizations—small and large, local and global—are looking for specialists in the areas of human resources, compensation/benefits, and training, and the demand is expected to continue over the next decade. Stand out with your expertise in the growing field of organizational psychology in this psychology graduate program. Students will deepen their understanding of how to positively impact workplace environments with socio-cultural solutions through their study of team dynamics, talent development, organizational culture, and more.
Whether you’re applying for an internship or preparing for your future career, it is important to have a polished résumé that speaks to your character and skill set. As a Career Counselor at Johnson & Wales University and an online instructor, I frequently review student résumés.
Here are seven of the most common résumé mistakes I see:
1. Incorrectly listing information and dates.
Having been a faculty member within the Johnson & Wales University College of Hospitality Management in Providence for 25-plus years, I try to incorporate the ideals of hospitality—using the dictionary definition, “cordial and generous reception of guests”—as a guideline into nearly every daily experience (often without realizing it—it’s almost second nature)—with students, colleagues, friends, and family. However, imagine my surprise when I noticed that the new minister at my church was presenting a sermon on this very topic—hospitality.
The hospitality industry is expansive, and careers in the field are nearly endless. Hotels, restaurants, events, casinos, cruise ships and more are attractive—yet common—career paths.
What if there was an exciting option looking for career-focused candidates under the radar?