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Colleen Clarke

Colleen Clarke
Nine To Five Contributor

Colleen Clarke is a corporate trainer and career specialist in Toronto. She is a highly recognized career specialist, corporate trainer, and public speaker in the areas of career management and transition, communication and networking. For the past 18 years she has motivated, inspired and counseled thousands of groups and individuals to maximize their career potential. Colleen is also a certified Workplace Coach with the Adler Institute. Her website is: colleenclarke.com

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As a female professional, I am earning more than a female peer for the same work. What should I do? Subscriber content
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The company is increasing my hours while offering no further pay. What are my options? Subscriber content
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A more junior co-worker in the same role is earning more than me. What can I do?
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I want to compete with my boss for a promotion. How should I handle it?
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After a restructuring, I was denied the chance to move to a new position. Is management sending me a signal? Colleen Clarke and Bruce Sandy
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Am I entitled to severance if my hours are reduced?
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My employer says I’m aggressive. How do I negotiate a raise? Colleen Clarke and Bruce Sandy
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How can I find a qualified, reputable career coach?
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How do I become an adviser for studying abroad? Colleen Clarke and Bruce Sandy
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Is it fair for severance to depend on my next job search? SHANE KING and Colleen Clarke
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I was fired while pregnant. What are my legal options? GEORGE COTTRELLE and Colleen Clarke
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As a drafting designer, what can I expect in a slim Alberta job market? SHANE KING and Colleen Clarke
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What will happen if I violate a non-compete clause? Daniel Lublin and Colleen Clarke
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What compensation should I get when my role evolves? Colleen Clarke and Bruce Sandy
My boss’s jokes are thinly disguised abuse. What should I do?