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Your Office Coach: To end unfair vacation policy, point out the cost
QUESTION: In our company, most people get away with taking much more vacation than they should.
‘One and done’ job interviews may lead to hiring mistakes
Here’s the challenge for employers and job applicants: Find the right mix between making speedy and not-so-speedy hiring decisions.
Federal government seeks younger workers to offset coming wave of retirements
After President John F. Kennedy’s famous call to “ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country,“ young people flocked to government service.
As summer warms up, employers loosen work hours
Now that warmer weather has arrived after a long and harsh winter, some businesses are finding ways to give their workers longer weekends by letting them take off early on Fridays - boosting morale without hurting the company’s bottom line much, if at all.
Watercooler: After 10 years, can this grudge be overcome?
Q: I need help ending a grudge held against me by a former co-worker.
Career Coach: Spending time off the grid
Are you looking forward to your vacation knowing that you will get some real rest and relaxation, or are you dreading your break since you already have work calls and meetings scheduled while you are off?
Ask the Mompreneur: How to run a business with your spouse
According to the Wall Street Journal, about a third of family businesses are operated by husband-and-wife teams.
Recognize your strengths, weaknesses to better develop skills
Q: I keep hearing advice that I should build on my strengths, but it makes more sense to me to fix my weaknesses. What am I missing?
The power to admit your workplace goofs
Hillary Clinton recently told Diane Sawyer of ABC News that when she and her husband left the White House in 2001, they were “dead broke.“
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