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Summer 2022: The Pulsifer Career Development Center is open for IN-PERSON business. All appointments will be offered in-person or on-line and can be scheduled using Handshake. Please read all CareerEdge e-correspondence & your career coach emails for community updates and your career coach’s appointment and drop-in modality options. Please email GA_UCD@Bentley.edu for questions. For the most updated career related Covid-19 information click here.
As a member of the Non-Profit/Public Policy career community, you will learn about many organizations and sectors of the job market: federal, state and local governments, nonprofit organizations (small, mid-sized, and large) and private-sector corporations. This Career Community will give you the opportunity to hear representatives from businesses, nonprofit and non-governmental organizations, interest groups, and academic & legal experts to discover how you can apply your business knowledge, skills, and passion to pursue an impactful and fulfilling career.
At Bentley, there’s an undeniable entrepreneurial spirit at Bentley University. Starting your own business can be one of the most challenging and rewarding endeavors that someone can engage in, but it’s important to consider a few different aspects. Here are five elements to consider when you think about starting your business:
Your Business Idea
Make sure you thoroughly understand not only your business idea and business need but also the industry you are entering. By figuring out what your competition …
Each week we will feature a company and what actions they are or have taken in the DE & I space. Our intention is to share the good work corporate partners are demonstrating within their corporate space and culture.
The week’s company is Hologic.
Under U.S. laws that are enforced by the EEOC, workplaces are not allowed to discriminate against candidates or employees based on their race, color, religion, sex, or disability. The EEOC stands for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and it’s the national organization that makes sure federal laws regarding equal opportunity in the workplace are honored. Because it’s important to understand your rights at work, let’s go through some of the laws that protect you as an employee.
Equal Pay Act …