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"Everyone is enjoying the food and conversation when someone decides to take out his phone — not for an urgent call, but to check email, Instagram, and Facebook.
"Annoying your coworkers, while never a good idea, is one thing.
"When you go in for a job interview, it's imperative that you make a stellar first (and lasting) impression.
Natalie Walters (photo, left) reports at BusinessInsider.
"The strength of cyberspace is in its numbers.
According to Carmine Gallo (photo, left), "And what I keep hearing — over the last few years especially — is this lament that many business students and business professionals cannot communicate as effectively as they should be communicating.
"In my previous life as a recruiter, I mostly had positive experiences with candidates.
"With the publication of her 2015 book Presence, Harvard psychologist Amy Cuddy let readers in on a secret.
"Wondering how to build your self-confidence?
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"Manners matter," begins Kathleen Elkins (photo, left) in a piece at BusinessInsider.
Jillian D'Onfro has the details at BusinessInsider.
"The first question of any interview—the tricky “tell me more about how you got to where you are today” question—is an obvious icebreaker.
"As it turns out, with the right words and actions almost anyone can create a captivating presence," writes Jacquelyn Smith and Natalie Walters (photo, left).
"It can be easy to forget that interviews aren’t about you.
"To help employees understand how office etiquette varies, UK office-supplier Viking reached out to 18 of their international employees who have worked in countries that range from Germany to the US.
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"On some level, most of us want to be liked.
According to Richard Moy, "As hard as it is to believe, there are times when you might get turned down for roles, even after you’ve knocked it out of the park during the interview process.
"As it turns out, some recent scientific research suggests that it is possible to draw inferences about someone's personality based on his relationship to his phone.
"I’m going to let you in on a little secret—one of my least favorite things about being a recruiter was reading cover letters.
"Unless you’re already a creative genius, having a helter-skelter work space is likely to hinder you from feeling productive, happy, or inspired.
Jessica Orwig discusses the work of Gavin de Becker (photo, left).
"I’m assuming you’ve read a lot of the great resume advice that exists out there (especially right here on The Muse!).