Merry Korn, CEO of Pearl Interactive Network, completed the 2012 Tuck-WBENC Executive Program, an intensive week-long executive learning experience held at IBM’s Learning Center in Armonk, NY, along with 50 other women entrepreneurs earlier this month. The Tuck-WBENC Executive Program, which was established in 2003 and has been sponsored by […]
Source: About.com When you respond to newspaper or online ads, your resume is one of hundreds that will be viewed. We recommend “informational interviews”. An informational interview is an interview conducted to collect information about a job, career field, industry or company. It could also be used as a source […]
A big challenge for veterans looking to find civilian jobs is understanding how your military skills fit jobs in the civilian market place. The following are sites that can assist you with transforming your military resume to a civilian workplace. Military.com Skills Translator. The VA for Vets military skills translator […]
Health & Disability Advocates Laud New Labor Dept. Proposal to Boost Hiring of Qualified Workers with Disabilities
HDA’s Think Beyond the Label provides tools and resources to help employers recruit prospective job seekers with disabilities. REPRINT 2/22/12 from Think Beyond the Label CHICAGO–Health & Disability Advocates, the parent organization of Think Beyond the Label, a public-private partnership that connects businesses to jobs for people with disabilities across […]
By Guest Blogger Matthew Brault, Statistician, Health and Disability Statistics Branch, U.S. Census Bureau. As most visitors to this blog are aware, the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act on July 26, 1990 represented a major milestone. The law guaranteed equal opportunity for people with disabilities in public accommodations, […]
One Veteran’s Journey to A Career While Facing Health Issues and Employment Setbacks The Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University has recently published its findings about hiring employees with military backgrounds. The study highlights the numerous benefits of utilizing a veteran workforce in civilian positions, such as […]
How can a company combine a social mission with a lucrative business model? Entrepreneur Merry P. Korn asked herself that question six years ago. She found her answer when she created Pearl Interactive Network. Pearl Interactive Network (Pearl) provides topnotch virtual staff solutions to businesses and government agencies nationwide. Its […]
When Merry Korn started her company in 2004, little did she know she’d be providing well-paying jobs to dozens of people with disabilities, especially veterans. From the start, as a former social worker and rehab counselor, she was passionate in her goal to help people with disabilities find work and […]
Columbus, Ohio – Pearl Interactive Network (Pearl), a social enterprise specializing in virtual call center services, received national certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). In addition to the WBENC certification, Pearl Interactive was awarded the Employer of the Year Award by the Ohio Governors Council on People […]
Traveling across the country and following in the footsteps of her military family, Amy was living her dream as a Navy hospital corpsman—until she became disabled. Following an exhaustive job search in North Carolina, Amy gave up hope of finding employment—until she found Pearl Interactive Network, Inc. Amy is a […]
On Thursday, February 2, 2012, the annual TechColumbus Innovation Awards will showcase central Ohio’s many achievements by honoring its top innovators. It is a night of networking, prestige, and celebration. Winners in 13 award categories will be announced to an audience of 1,100+ attendees. Merry P. Korn of Pearl Interactive […]
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