The Five O'Clock Club: where your professional success gets our personal attention!
We are the thought leaders in:
- Partner/spouse reemployment, and
- career development.
- We are the only organization with a research-based methodology to help you improve your career,
- find new employment or
- consulting work that’s right for you,
- start your own business,
- or figure out what you want to do during retirement.
100,000 people have used the Club’s techniques and coaching.
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Non-Traditional Outplacement For Employers Who Care
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According to the U.S. Census Bureau, about two-thirds of families with school-age children rely on dual incomes. Where there are no children, both partners usually work. According to a 2012 survey by Atlas Van Lines, a full 39 percent of employers say the spouse’s employment “almost always” or “frequently” affects a candidate’s relocation decision, and the percentage is higher at smaller firms. Forty-one percent of all firms offer outplacement help to the spouse or partner. Read more
Retirement Planning Services
When people plan for retirement – even at age 55 – they usually think solely in terms of financial planning. They don’t consider that they may have 30 years or more to live and what they will do to occupy their time. You can help your employees move on and have a future (or join the Club yourself).
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You'll find upbeat, ambitious, dynamic, intelligent people—and that makes it fun for all of us. Meet with four to seven peers (same salary range) in a small group led by a senior Five O’Clock Club coach.
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The Five O’Clock Club is recognized as an authority on workplace and career issues. Here is a small selection of some of the many newspapers, magazines, and TV shows that have featured the Five O’Clock Club. Read more
Your professional success gets personal attention from
The Five O’Clock Club!
From Knowledge@Wharton Most of the time, when London-based private equity firm Sovereign Capital administers an emotional intelligence test on a prospective hire, the results are not too dramatic. “We look at it as a tool that helps us get our hiring decisions a little bit more right,” says More
By Kate Wendleton After stepping down from day-to-day management of The Five O’Clock Club, I have been able to spend more time pursuing some other important interests of mine, particularly volunteering. I have always emphasized the importance of volunteering to Five O’Clock Club members, not More
By Caroline Ceniza-Levine If you don’t have friends who work in human resources, you might have a very narrow view of what happens there: It’s the place to go during benefits selection time; it’s the place where people get fired; it’s a mouthpiece for the company. Like most people, More
By Jessica Worny Janicki One of the coaching services that clients value most is preparing for job interviews. For many people, going for a job interview is about as much fun as getting a cavity filled: uncomfortable, occasionally painful, but something you can endure when followed by a More
By Mim Nelson-Gillett Do you get tongue-tied when asked about your strengths on a job interview? Are people often surprised by your skills? Would you rather eat glass than risk sounding like a braggart? If so, keep reading! Tooting your own horn (gracefully) is a vital business competency. More
By Jane Rubinsky “Success does not consist in never making mistakes but in never making the same one a second time.” — George Bernard Shaw “Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.” ― Albert Einstein It’s a rare job seeker who never makes a More
By Kate Hamill Many years ago, I had a side gig as a professional resume writer. I wrote thousands of resumes for people in every field, at all levels: from recent college graduates to blue-collar workers to retirees to entrepreneurs to CEOs of enormous companies. But there was one kind of More