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The reason therapy doesn’t work

My brothers are always the first people to send an email to say I misinterpreted research that I’m linking to. (Which I accept as a love note to let me know they read my posts.) So last week when my brother sent me a link he thought I’d like, he also sent me a summary: There...

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How to Handle a Work Suspension – Ask #HR Bartender

A work suspension isn't common but it happens. How do you handle it? Employment advisor Marc Alifanz shares is expertise on dealing with a workplace suspension.

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Managing Change Is an Essential Skill – Friday Distraction

The speed of change is a huge concern to business today. Managing change is an essential skill. Kronos shows the importance of learning how to manage change.

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Finding The Gold Vein In LinkedIn

A gold vein is what every prospector wanted to find.  Imagine you are digging around hoping to find gold and you find a streak of gold that extends for a long ways… you just found a gold vein.  From wikipedia: Find one and you are wealthy (as long as you can get the gold out […]

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The Year in Job Search: A Look at Trends Around the World in 2017

Each year, we at Indeed like to take a look back at trends in job search to see what was on the rise and what was on the decline. Patterns in what job seekers are looking for tell us a lot not only about the world of work but also cast light on broader social trends, too.

For 2017, however, …

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Realistic Job Previews: 5 Questions Recruiters Should Ask

Realistic job previews help candidates know about positions they are applying for. It helps companies and candidates. Recruiters should ask these 5 questions.

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SALARY SPOTLIGHT: Which Jobs Pay Over $100,000?

Money is a sensitive subject. Many of us are taught from an early age that it’s impolite to talk about it, while in the workplace, negotiating a salary is also a delicate matter. Ask for too much and you might lose an opportunity; ask for too little and you’ll be paying for your mistake for years to come.

Even so, …

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How to Use Indeed’s Advanced Resume Search to Find Great Candidates

This post is adapted from a lesson in Indeed Academy, the new, free training platform designed to help recruiters get the most out of Indeed.

If there was ever a time when recruiters could afford to sit back and wait for for the perfect resume to land in their inboxes, then it is long gone. In today’s competitive hiring …

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90 Tips For Career Success from Lindsey Pollak

Lindsey Pollak is a Gen Y (Millenial) expert… she recently wrote a great post titled HOW TO GET STARTED ON MY CAREER: 90 TIPS FOR SUCCESS. The 90 tips are a summary of best practices that she has collected over the years… if you are looking to shake up your job search, and wondering what […]

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Companies Don’t Have to Get Employee Feedback About Everything

Employee feedback is an important part of engagement. But some attempts to get feedback can backfire and cause more harm. Choose your survey topics very wisely.

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