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Career Advice From the Dalai Lama
thebillfold.com

“I think if we make a special effort to cultivate good relationships with people at work, get to know the other people, and bring our basic good human qualities to the workplace, that we can make a tremendous difference,” he writes. “Then, whatever kind of work we do, it can be a source of satisfaction.”

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LinkedIn Had To Pay Workers Nearly $3.5 Million In Unpaid Overtime After Breaking Federal Labor Laws
thinkprogress.org

LinkedIn has to pay employees nearly $6 million in unpaid overtime and damages after a federal investigation found the company violated the Fair Labor Standards Act.

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Glassdoor Expands Beyond Salaries, Highlights Company Perks And Benefits
www.fastcompany.com

Employers will be able to showcase their benefits packages, which employees can review anonymously.

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10 Ways To Contact Candidates Without Relying on LinkedIn Inmails
www.sourcecon.com

This post originally appeared on the SironaConsulting.com. What would your manager say if you had a 75% failure rate? Would he or she be happy? Turn it around the other way – you are &

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Help! I’m a floundering headhunter!
corcodilos.com

A good, successful headhunter creates a potent network of solid contacts and sources his or her own candidates — that’s what client companies pay for. If you rent those services elsewhere, you’re not a headhunter.

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5 Reasons You Have NOT Hired a Job Seeker with a Disability
disabilitysolutionsatwork.org

Disability stereotypes influence how we view a job seeker with a disability when making hiring decisions

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4 Million Fewer Jobs: How The BLS Massively Overestimated US Job Creation
www.zerohedge.com

Here is the bottom line: since Lehman, or starting in 2009, the Birth/Death adjustment alone has added over 3.5 million jobs. Or rather “jobs”, because these are not actual jobs – these are BLS estimates for how many jobs newly-formed businesses have created based purely on statistical estimations and hypotheses that the US economy in […]

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A university president gave up $90,000 to give his minimum wage workers a raise
www.vox.com

The lowest-paid workers on campus will now earn $10.25 per hour, not $7.25.

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Employers Should Consider Office Design To Be Part of Employee Retention Strategy
www.bna.com

Employee retention strategies often focus on the corporate culture of a company but the physical space an employer provides also plays a role in determining whether employees stay or go.

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13 Things You Should Never Say In A Job Interview
www.businessinsider.com

If you really want the job, avoid these.

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American Workers Are Older Than Ever
www.dailynewsen.com

The U.S. workforce has in no way been older. The share of workers ages 55 and over hit 22.2 % in July, according to data released last week by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That’s the highest due to the fact record-maintaining began in 1948.

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The LeBron-boomerang effect
www.elpasoinc.com

LeBron James has been called a king, a superathlete, a traitor. And now that the basketball megastar has decided to return to Cleveland and the team he once abandoned, he has earned a new moniker he may not even know about: Boomerang.

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How Employers View an Associate Degree
www.usnews.com

Some employers still see a community college degree as inferior to a bachelor’s in fields where both are accepted.

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SMB Recruiting is Particularly Difficult, Here’s Why
www.startribune.com

Employee recruiting in a small business is especially difficult. Part of the difficulty stems from the inability to use one of the best recruiting sources available to an employer: current employees. Still, small-business owners should utilize word-of-mouth with employees known by the owner in similar businesses.

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