Solutions to Common Career and Employment Issues

In a dramatic turn from other books on the subject, Career Mechanics I, by Founder and President of MORRIS ASSOCIATES INC. Thomas W. Morris III, looks at key employment issues from both sides of the table. The book addresses four audiences with overlapping interests: job seekers and career changers, employed workers, hiring managers and career coaches. Career Mechanics I focuses on career development, recruitment and retention, changing jobs, career assessment, resumes, networking, interviewing and negotiation.

Informative and very useful… a reference that everyone in the American workforce should read.
-Alan Pickman, author of The Complete Guide to Outplacement Counseling

Morris’ years of helping people move toward satisfying, inspiring careers translates perfectly in this book. Now everyone can benefit from his smart, encouraging, expert advice.
-Amy Joyce, Washington Post columnist and author of I Went to College for This?: How to Turn Your Job into a Career You Love

Career Mechanics I is an excellent resource for employees, employers, human resource personnel and those looking to make a career change. Tom Morris has distilled a wide range of usable information in a concise style that makes it easy to use as a reference tool.
-Mark Riley, Director of Human Resources and Facilities, National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions





MARKETING YOURSELF AFTER 50: Good News for Gray Hairs

Tom Morris presents “Good News for Gray Hairs” at the National Speakers Association, Washington, DC Chapter, April 14, 2007.