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6 Rising Stars on Keys to Career Success
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Share on LinkedIn · Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter. Earlier today I joined New York Women in Communications in celebrating six rising stars in the communications field at the 2015 WiCi Awards, hosted by Condé Nast at their One World Trade Center …

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LinkedIn is Getting Killed. What To Do Now
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I’ve been very vocal about my strong belief in LinkedIn (LNKD) both as a business and as a long-term stock. I’ve been extremely reluctant to buy it though, because the valuation has been so extreme.

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VIDEO: Creating a Coaching Culture Via Technology (and Feedback)
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Do folks want feedback… or do they want attention? After all, we’re not on Facebook or Instagram asking for feedback, right? That’s not really the world we live in. We’re asking for attention—for “likes” really. So if attention is really that impactful to folks today, how do you blend it with traditional feedback to manage your workforce performance more […]

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You’ve Been Asked to Start a Veteran Hiring Program. Now What?
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Mindset matters. Hiring veterans is not an act of charity. We all want to be patriotic and support our military members, but choosing to hire veterans is a strategic talent initiative designed to bring fresh perspectives and great employees into your organization.

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Elon Musk won't nuke Mars, he'll just give it 2 temporary suns
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No, he wants to launch fusion bombs into the sky over Mars' two poles to create tiny pulse suns. These suns would be similar to our own sun, but would only last for a short while. Musk outlined his plan on Friday during the SolarCity solar panel launch …

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Adidas Celebrates Tattooed Workplace
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The shoemaker is inked up and proud.

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Dilbert May Be The Smartest Manager In The World
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Not Dilbert per se—but Scott Adams, Dilbert’s creator. I read his blog pretty regularly, and he usually has something pretty smart to say. He used to be funnier. I think he’s more involved in intellectual conversations on his site now. Many of his current threads are focused on dissecting the Presidential candidates with a special […]

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Millennials: Reckoning With Our Future Economy
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If we heed millennial demands now, will there be enough time for the rest of us to evolve?

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Court Finds That Employer’s Anti-Union Communication Was Lawful
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By Nelson D. Cary and Liz Cramer

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Rise of the ‘flex’ economy
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The American labor force is undergoing a fundamental shift as more people become freelancers, contract workers, and part-timers – bringing new flexibility but also new insecurities.

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HR Tech Vendors, Are You Listening?
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On October 14, #Nextchat with special guest Steve Boese asked several questions regarding HR technology in the next five years. The last question focused on HR’s wish list for future technology and HR professionals were happy to chime in. Q7. What is your one wish for your ideal HR technology solution that you’d love to see […]

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12 Steps to Ensure Background Screening Compliance
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If you are looking for a great place to start developing a compliant background screening program or want to reinforce your practices, this list is for you.

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Building Better Teams that Achieve More #HRTechConf
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Have you ever wondered why some of the teams at your organization become dysfunctional? The answer may be that they were never compatible from the start. Ted Malley, senior vice president product evangelism at Ceridian talked about how to “Build Better Teams that Achieve More” during an October 18 pre-conference session at Human Resource Executive’s 18th Annual […]

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Why do recruiters suck so bad?
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The entire recruiting industry sucks because the newest developments are not about recruiting — they’re about introducing more hands to grab at limited placement fees, and paying even more wild dogs to abuse job applicants. They’re even paying applicants to accept jobs. This is the business model venture capitalists like to fund — because they […]

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