Monthly Archives: May 2016

10 Things You Should Never Do at Work

By: Mary Lorenz From the e-mails we “forget” to return to the voice mails we “never received,” telling little white lies has become a very real part of our workplace routine. For the most part, we get away with it. … Continue reading

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10 Things You Should Do In The 15 Minutes Before       A Big Presentation

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10 Things the Most Talented People Do at Work

By: Heather R. Huhman Finding amazing talent is a tricky process. Making talent recruitment a top priority can multiply the success of an organization. To recognize great talent, hiring managers can look for the following signs instead of paying attention only to … Continue reading

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10 Things That Will Get You Fired

By: Kate Lorenz After spending weeks — or months — diligently looking for the perfect job, the last thing you want is to be forced back onto the job market. A few wrong steps, however, and you might see a … Continue reading

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10 Things Good Managers Believe

By: Steve Tobak The other day, I took on a post by Stanford professor Bob Sutton, author of The No Asshole Rule, called 12 Things Good Bosses Believe. Contrary to Sutton’s view that the business world revolves around the needs of … Continue reading

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10 Steps Towards Job Promotion

By: Anonymous Career Development and an effort to move up in the management stream needs to be on priority in the highly competitive job market. The main quality for boosting your chances of promotion is your ability to influence and … Continue reading

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Making Your Résumé E-Friendly: 10 Steps

By: Stepheni Jacob It is important to provide a short, clear and concise electronic résumé! Some scanning systems and databases stop reading résumés after a certain number of lines, often after about one and a half pages, so be sure … Continue reading

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