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  • 5 nuggets of career wisdom for your job search

    5 nuggets of career wisdom for your job search

    Everyone has an opinion when it comes to careers. There's so much advice and tips, it's difficult to know what's good and what's not. Well, here are five nuggets of career wisdom that may be of help: 1. Sell the experience: Steve Nichols, a retired HR director, says job-seekers shouldn't count...

  • Wire to hire: Potential employees less likely to consider tech-phobic companies

    Wire to hire: Potential employees less likely to consider tech-phobic companies

    When we think of jobs that rely or focus on technology, we think of shared-space start-ups, basement-dwelling programmers and the suite in the back of the building where guys sit around staring at code scribbled on whiteboards while speaking in a dialect that few of us understand. Wait a second....

  • Opening say: Conversation is key at networking events, but how do you start?

    Opening say: Conversation is key at networking events, but how do you start?

    Since the majority of networking now is done online, it's easy to have a relationship with someone without ever engaging in an in-person conversation. Why bother talking about the weather when meeting a potential contact before bringing up that friend of a friend who suggested the connection if...

  • Coexisting co-workers: The do's and don'ts of working with others

    Coexisting co-workers: The do's and don'ts of working with others

    Being a good co-worker takes more than bringing an occasional batch of homemade blueberry muffins to the office, although it certainly helps. But if you want to be the type of person others actually want to work with -- and you can't bake -- here are a few do's and don'ts for how you should act...

  • Hashtag humanity: Policies prompted by #MeToo movement continue to evolve

    Hashtag humanity: Policies prompted by #MeToo movement continue to evolve

    In 2006, social activist Tarana Burke began using the term "Me Too" on MySpace when asking African-American women to share their stories of sexual abuse. Eleven years later, actress and activist Alyssa Milano responded to the allegations against film producer Harvey Weinstein by suggesting on Twitter...

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