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Attract Top Talent in a Rapidly Evolving Job Market  Over the summer the search engine behemoth Google made waves as it entered the recruitment space with Google for Jobs, and then, in October, rumors surfaced that Facebook began testing a résumé feature to boost companies’ recruitment efforts. These industry shakeups have job boards on edge, wondering if eventually Google and Facebook will monopolize job search and advertising.   While Google in particular could reinvent how job search works, this […]

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They can’t say that about me, can they? Despite the job seeker’s need for good references, many candidates take little time or effort to ensure that their references are portraying them in the best possible light. Oftentimes, this oversight occurs because of incorrect assumptions about how references (and reference checking) work. Jeff Shane, president of […]

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3 Reasons to Schedule a Vacation Starting a new business requires long hours, perseverance, and the willingness to perform multiple jobs. Most entrepreneurs expect it will eventually lead to greater freedom, but it can also become a trap – demanding an increasing amount of time and energy.  What’s the secret to staying productive without losing yourself? I spoke with serial entrepreneur Damon Burton, consultant and President of SEO National and UtahSites, who says it’s essential for […]

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The New Employee Lifecycle: 3 Small Tweaks to Bring Managers Big Change It’s a fact high turnover rates are not only costly to an organization’s bottom line, but also a gut punch to employee morale and company culture.  Digital Intelligence Systems, LLC (DISYS), a global managed services and staffing firm with 33 offices around the world, recently launched a new protocol designed to lower turnover rates, provide effective coaching, and continually learn where improvements are needed, through comprehensive employee […]

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Delegate, Don’t Abandon While the concept of delegation is straightforward— authorizing one of your employees to do work for which you are ultimately responsible—it is often tricky in practice. There is a “delegation management continuum” bracketed by two extremes. One extreme is the micromanaging camp: they dole out a project in bite-size pieces and retain control. These managers want to approve each step, insisting that their staff […]

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What Holds Women Back from Becoming Strong Public Speakers? While women have advanced in many arenas, women will never achieve their full potential if they avoid public speaking. Whether addressing a crowd at an event or conference or leading an internal meeting, strong public speaking skills are necessary for career advancement. I spoke with Deborah Shames, co-founder of Eloqui, a communication and presentation company, and author […]

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How to Negotiate the Best Compensation Package at a New Company The interview process is only the first step when transitioning to a new position. When HR makes an offer, negotiations can begin. Your mindset while negotiating will directly impact whether you come away feeling excited about the new position or deflated and feeling like you […]

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5 tips to turn your hobby into a powerhouse career Corporate burnout is no laughing matter. For women, especially, the work-life struggle is proving harder and harder to juggle as our professional lives bleed more and more into our personal lives. Luckily, we live in an age of online-driven businesses that allow entrepreneurship and its […]

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Baby Boomers and Job Change – The First Step Can Be the Toughest Susan is 54 years old – and she’s a little scared. After twenty plus years in her job she finds herself looking at new employment options.  She hadn’t planned on this. But she’s not alone. Susan is one of the Baby Boomers, part of that post-World War II […]

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Feel Confident at Work, Even When You Don’t According to Glassdoor, the things that hold us back at work, besides stressful environments or situations, include fear of looking stupid, fear of coming off as a know-it-all, fear of speaking up, and fear of failure. These and other confidence-killers prevent us from reaching our full potential.   Helene Lerner, […]

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