Don’t fall into old job-hunt misconceptions
After hearing heightened desperation from several long-term job hunters last week, I’m compelled to reissue two long-standing warnings:
The Color of Money: Is that tax break worth it?
Two questions left over from a recent chat got me thinking again about people's fixation with the home mortgage deduction.
Heritage Aviation named Small Business of the Year
SELINSGROVE — The Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce presented Heritage Aviation the top award of 2013 Small Business of the Year.
Watercooler: Manager seeks advice for bossy worker
Q: I have an employee with no boundaries and maybe some other issues.
Career Coach: How to handle co-workers' habits that annoy you
Cubes and speaker phones
Communication key to reassuring anxious employees
QUESTION: My firm is in a pretty stagnant stage of growth right now and employees seem to perceive us as “struggling.“
Your Office Coach: Reporting time-clock manipulation could be a career risk
QUESTION: My co-workers have figured out how to manipulate the time clock so they don’t have to put in a full day’s work.
Your Office Coach: Green manager butts heads with older employee
QUESTION: I recently hired an employee who has turned out to be quite difficult.
Job candidates decry interview marathons
Many job hunters are running interview marathons - and are tired of it.
The Color of Money: The familiar trap of payday loans
If I said, "Don't rob Peter to pay Paul," you would probably understand that I was warning against making a desperate move to fix a financial problem that often makes a bad situation worse.
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