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"Increasingly we are expected to always be "on"—responding to emails and texts outside of business hours.
"Savvy hiring managers can glean a ton of information about you by asking just a few, well-chosen questions.
"Stay on track to a successful career by following these six rules for keeping your work life drama-free.
According to Don Goodman (photo, left), "Today’s job applicants have a major challenge – finding the right balance for their resume.
"Even your best ideas mean nothing if no one listens to you.
"Over the past decade, marketers have increasingly turned to social-media networks like Facebook and Twitter to create buzz around their products.
"Japan is known for its complex rules for social behavior.
Steven Benna, a writer at BusinessInsider.
Jacquelyn Smith relays the advice of Darlene Price (photo, left).
"If your work depends on finding undisturbed time for deep focus and creative thinking, you know all about the modern curse of distraction.
"You’re looking at an e-mail you just wrote, and you’re not sure whether you have the right word: Do you want affect or effect?
Andy Jacobi, Co-Founder of Untamed Sandwiches, reports.
"Discovering and implementing your company's brand identity isn't as complicated as it may appear.
"You may not be getting the training or feedback you want from your job, according to The Global Workforce Leadership Survey released this week by Saba and WorkplaceTrends.
According to Sue Shellenbarger (photo, left), "Most people seek to project an upbeat, confident attitude on the job.
"Founders blame investors, investors blame CEOs, CEOs blame research and development (R&D), R&D say the product is fine, the market just doesn't get it, and marketing people blame it all on the recession," writes Triin Linamagi (photo, left) in a piece featured at FastCompany.
From Harland Sanders to Martha Stewart, Bill Murphy, Jr.
“I have seen many successful people fail after they start fearing they might lose what they have built.
"The results couldn’t be more conclusive.
According to Jodi Glickman (photo, left) and Alicia Bassuk, "The decision to terminate an employee is never easy.
Tim Lemke, staff writer for Wisebread.
"Our company, which offers content and video materials for small businesses, is in its third year of operation.
Tim Peterson reports at AdAge.
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