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How your spouse can make or break your career

Research shows a conscientious spouse can also help you in your work life.

Ten jobs with great pay, potential for growth

SmartAsset recently put together a list of careers that have the best pay and growth opportunities.

Five ways your resume makes you look out of touch

If you’ve been in the workforce for a while and are thinking of looking for a new job, you’ll want to make sure that your resume doesn’t make …

Seven ways your resume makes you look unreliable

Make sure your resume is strong as it can be by avoiding these things that can make you look like an unreliable employee.

Six people you shouldn't get close to at work

These characters will bring you down as you’re trying to do your job.

Are you doing lunch wrong? Here’s how to get most out of midday meal at work

According to research by Right Management, only one in five employees in North America takes a lunch break, and almost 40 percent eat lunch at…

4 Unexpected Ways to Shine on Your Resume

You can increase your chances of getting hired without resorting to stunts.

5 Things to Do before Quitting the Job You Hate

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American can expect to hold about a dozen jobs over a lifetime, which means a lot of …

How to Write the Perfect Cover Letter

Your cover letter is typically the first impression you make with the hiring manager, so you’ll want to put in the effort necessary to get it …

4 Vital Career Skills You Won’t Learn in College

You can learn a lot in college, but you may not come away with all the skills you need to succeed in the world of work. We’ve come up with fou…

The 15-Minute-a-Day Habit That Can Boost Your Career

If you’re interested in an easy way to improve your job performance and boost your career, it’s time to start a writing habit. A study from Ha…

5 Questions Every Candidate Should Ask in a Job Interview

For many job seekers, the “Do you have any questions for me?” portion of an interview signals the end is near. It’s tempting to just say “no” …

5 Ways You’re Sabotaging Your Career

People sabotage their careers in a variety of ways every day. Some are obvious: not delivering on deadlines, drinking too much at the company …

Network at Your New Job

After you’ve successfully completed a job search, shouldn’t professional networking be the last thing on your mind? Not so, say networking exp…

The 5 Biggest Job Interview Mistakes You Could Possibly Make

Congratulations! You’ve gotten an interview for that job you want. The next step is to ace it and get closer to getting hired. To do that, you…

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Make 2015 the year your company fails better

Six tips will help make failure work for you.

The technology revolution: the cloud, big data and ...

You can’t stop the Social Circle of Life.

Keep your company culture legal for the holidays

What do employers need to consider during the holiday season? Some pitfalls may seem obvious, but don’t wait for problems to arise.

Motivating employees: Holiday gifts that workers will love

How can employers motivate staff and make workers feel appreciated? Think creatively and give inexpensive gifts that mean something.

Mobile recruiting trends: a better candidate experience

Pushing forward with mobile recruiting trends will be a key recruiting strategy for 2015.

Improve your global business communication skills

The more the world globalizes, the more important our ability to communicate globally becomes.

The Key to Self-Motivation and Employee Motivation

Take a minute and think about the following questions.

IT Recruiting by Generation: One Size Does Not Fit All

Whether you’re looking to hire a Java developer or an IT manager, you’ll be much more successful at recruiting IT talent if you pay attention …

Interview Tips for Hiring Seasonal Workers

Hiring seasonal workers is different from hiring permanent workers. Holiday hires either have to know how to do the job already or have the sk…

Interview Settings: Conducting Offsite Job Interviews

Small businesses are often busy places where every square foot of space counts. What’s often lacking is a quiet space to conduct an interview.…

From Flip-Flops to Tank Tops: Fashioning a Summer Dress Code Policy

Sheila, a young employee at a large, privately-held call center was wearing a summer top that appeared respectable when standing, but left lit…

How I Learned to Put Profit First for My Business

I have co-founded, built and sold two multi-million dollar technology service firms -- admittedly, they were never truly profitable. Every inc…

Why “Caring” Should Be in your Job Description

Most job descriptions are oriented around tasks and responsibilities. One requirement that you usually don’t see listed is caring.

How to Make Social Media Work at Work

Remember Friendster? I do, vaguely. It was one of the earliest social networking platforms that paved the way for MySpace (remember MySpace?) …

Make Mobile Recruiting Part of Your Hiring Strategy

Is your company using mobile recruiting to hire the best tech-savvy candidates? If so, a mobile-friendly web presence is a must. Yet surprisin…

2014 Salary Trends that Will Impact Staffing

How are salary trends likely to scale in 2014?

Are your Interview Questions Soggy or Fresh?

You’re a small-business owner pressed for time and with a position to fill. When it comes time to interview the candidate. you may end up reac…

How to Retain Senior Employees and Stop Brain Drain

With the labor market, the stock market and 401(k)s all on the rebound, senior managers who have been hunkered down for five years are now con…

What Employees Want: It Might Not Be What You Think

Things can look very different from the corner office.

Is your 2014 Recruiting Strategy Firmly in Place?

Have you thought about your recruiting strategy recently?

Hiring College Graduates: What They Look for in Employers

For some people, the term “Millennial” brings to mind a 20-something who is glued to their smartphone, laying on a couch as they binge-watch B…

How Can Congress Stimulate Job Creation in 2014?

2013 may have been a mixed bag for business, but according to public opinion, it was a wash out for Congress.

2013 Tax Tips for Small Businesses

The filing deadline may be months away, but it is not too soon to start thinking about your 2013 return. Tax strategies, old and new, can help…

Four Creative Myths that Can Destroy Companies

What causes us to be creative in one moment and void in the next? What makes someone more or less creative than his or her peers? Where do our…

When Job Descriptions Lie: The Real Demands of Every Position

When an individual with the necessary skills and competencies is actively committed to a role that is designed around their team’s most urgent…

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