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Coping With Cubicles

For many otherwise happy workers, the cubicle can be one of the most annoying aspects of the modern work life. Although cubicles give the illusion of privacy, anyone who has worked in one knows that those small walls are easily   Read More…

Gray is the New Best Hire

Gray is Good at Some Companies Traditionally, many employers have viewed older workers as inflexible, less productive than their younger colleagues, and more expensive because of higher salaries and health-care costs. When hard times force layoffs, older workers have often   Read More…

TREND TOWARD LIMITING WORKPLACE EMAIL

  TREND TOWARD LIMITING WORKPLACE EMAIL The next time you peek at your email on your “day off” give some thought to workers in Germany, where companies like Volkswagen and Deutsche Telecom have adopted policies that limit work-related email to   Read More…

Disclosing Pay in the Job Search

When should you divulge your salary to a prospective employer? According to an article in The Wall Street Journal, many businesses want to know an applicants’ latest pay during the early stages of the hiring process. But that often can present   Read More…

ADVICE ON REFERENCE CHECKS AFTER FIRING

If you’re dismissed from a job, it’s always important to leave a former employer on good terms and not burn bridges that one may need to cross in the future. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen, especially if there’s been a   Read More…

Over Qualified Candidate “Why It Can be a Great Hire”

  It is usually not my practice to re post articles here….but this one is spot on….well done and said John Sullivan…a great read for hiring authorities and senior job-seekers….enjoy… Refusing to Hire Overqualified Candidates – a Myth That Can   Read More…

Be Alert for Signs of a Bad Boss-to-Be

Be Alert for Signs of a Bad Boss-to-Be Many job applicants ignore warning signs about their boss-to-be. Yet recognizing the type of person you will be working for is one of the most important factors that should be considered when   Read More…

At Work It Pays to be Likeable

@ Work, it Pays to be Likeable The time-worn adage that nice guys finish last isn’t exactly true, according to an article in USA Today. In fact, growing research shows that likable employees may have more success on the job   Read More…

FOLLOWING UP AFTER AN INTERVIEW

  FOLLOWING UP AFTER AN INTERVIEW Comparisons between job hunting and dating are common, and never are they truer than when it comes to the follow-up after the initial interview or first date, according to an article fromCareerBuilder.com. After either   Read More…

Easing Back to Work After a Vacation

Easing Back to Work After a Vacation With summer vacation season in full swing, millions of American workers are taking a break — seeking replenishment from the daily office grind. But while numerous studies show that taking time off can   Read More…