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• Wednesday, January 11th, 2012

Gen Yers aren’t specifically using Facebook for business, but with an average of 700 “friends” and a propensity to change jobs after two years, the lines between social and business are so blurred they aren’t even aware it’s happening. Data out this morning from a study of Facebook’s Gen Y members (18-29) shows that, on average, each […]

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• Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

This question falls into the same category as “What are your strengths? What are your weaknesses? What would your boss say about you? Such questions have no value in predicting future job performance.  Interviewers really are interested in seeing how you respond. They really want to hear that you’re committed to your career, constantly improving your […]

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• Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

How Can I Keep The Good Ones? Effective employee retention is based on the fact that people stay with something until the pain of staying exceeds the expected pain of leaving. Most people who are really good at something, like your top employees, have a low ‘pain of leaving’ because they know they can find […]