Category Archives: Employment Trends

9 quick tips for a successful interview

Editor’s note: Gimhani Gunasinghe is head of marketing and communications at London School of Marketing. This is an edited version of a post that originally appeared here under the title, “Start your career with a winning interview.” Every career starts … Continue reading

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Young adults look to experience more with their careers

Editor’s note: Paul Abbate is the senior vice president of Ipsos Public Affairs’ Omnibus Services business in the U.S. This is an edited version of a post that originally appeared here under the title, “Can’t get no job satisfaction? Think … Continue reading

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How to stop an unwarranted bad job reference

Leaving one job and moving to another can be a challenge but sometimes opportunity presents itself and you find the job that’s a fit. Imagine having successfully navigated the demanding pre-screening process: You nailed your interviews and perhaps even received … Continue reading

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Preventing the jerks at work from dragging you down

Do your co-workers inspire and motivate you or do they bring you down, making it a difficult to walk into the office each morning? It’s no surprise that dealing with jerks at work can be challenging on an emotional level … Continue reading

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Are you wasting time developing your strengths and weaknesses?

Editor’s note: Thuy Sindell is co-founder and president of Skyline Group International’s coaching division, a San Francisco-based human capital solutions company. Milo Sindell is president of Skyline Group. Popular culture is obsessed with extremes. Whether it is fast cars, bizarre … Continue reading

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10 job search tips for 2015 graduates

Editor’s note: Peter K. Studner is president and senior consultant at Los Angeles- based outplacement services firm Peter K. Studner Associates and the author of Super Job Search IV. – See more at: http://researchcareersblog.com/#sthash.WP9kjcM7.dpuf Editor’s note: Peter K. Studner is … Continue reading

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The benefits of fun in the workplace

Editor’s note: Nat Measley is the CEO and managing partner at The Fun Dept., Philadelphia. To have fun or not to have fun? That is the question. Are you curious how companies like Google, Zappos, Southwest and others develop those … Continue reading

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10 connecting conversations to help your company succeed

Editor’s note: Dan Prosser is the author of Thirteeners and CEO of The Prosser Group and BreakthroughSchool.com. Here’s an inconvenient business truth for you to consider: It doesn’t matter how valuable, cutting-edge or unique an organization’s product or service is … Continue reading

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6 things to do after a great interview

Editor’s note: Peter K. Studner is president and senior consultant at Los Angeles- based outplacement services firm Peter K. Studner Associates and the author of Super Job Search IV. You’ve just had your first, second or even third interview with … Continue reading

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Strategies for engaging Millennials in the workplace

Editor’s note: Aimee Lucas is a vice president and customer experience transformist at Temkin Group, a Boston-area customer experience research and advisory firm. Engaged employees are valuable assets, yet organizations are having difficulty engaging the fastest growing portion of the … Continue reading

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