With over three decades in the employment services industry, Anita Clew has extensive experience working with job seekers, as well as employees at all levels. From conflict resolution, career coaching, and personnel issues to hiring practices, interviewing tips, and general workplace DOs and DON’Ts, Anita has seen it all…. and has an opinion about EVERYTHING.
Anita “clues” people in on what she thinks about a wide variety of work-related situations with a no-holds-barred approach that is direct, assertive, and appreciated by fans across the nation. What started out as a basic question-answer blog became an overnight sensation due to Anita’s direct and “go get ‘em” words of advice.
Unlike so many professional advice columns, Anita doesn’t hold back. Her responses are reminiscent of an outspoken grandmother’s words of advice; yet she is relatable and responsive – even celebrated – for pointing people in the right direction when it comes to advice for job seekers, management staff, and current employees.
Where quality counts and professionalism is a must, Anita relates to people with sincere affection and with their best interests in mind. At the same time, she dishes out matter-of-fact answers without the warm fuzzies or candy-coating that some advice columnists tend to be known for.
“People want to cut to the chase and be reminded of what’s right or wrong… without the fluff,” Anita has said in interviews. “If I don’t like something, I’ll tell you. If I think something has value or is a great resource, you’ll know. I tell it like it is, and I am respected for doing so.”
“Respect” is an understatement when it comes to Anita’s relationship with EmployBridge, a top 10 staffing firm in the nation. Working as an HR consultant with the company, Anita has had the opportunity to witness and experience countless unique situations in the employment arena. She counts herself lucky to work with such a thriving firm that’s so focused on helping job seekers and businesses succeed in today’s competitive world.
Let Anita know what YOU think by submitting your thoughts, comments, and most importantly, your work-related questions on her blog. She will personally respond to each and every question that comes in.