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Perhaps the most frustrating factor with respect to job interviews is never knowing why you were not selected. In many cases, the reason is not a reflection of your job search capabilities. According to Bob McIntosh of HCareers, a company might ultimately decide to hire someone from inside, you may have been more knowledgeable than… Read more »

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The job market is improving and, in the future, employers may find it harder to retain talented employees tempted by seemingly greener pastures. A new survey by Harris Interactive and Glassdoor reveals optimism among American workers concerning their earning power in 2015. This could be bad news for employers. According to the study, almost 50… Read more »

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The recruiter wants to find the best candidate for the client. For this reason, your interactions with a recruiter should reflect how you would respond professionally and in the workplace. Failing to respond to your recruiter reflects a lack of respect for their services and the recruiter, in turn, will not consider you when the… Read more »

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Workers need managers who can define their purpose and contribution within the context of the company vision and goals, according to the Wall Street Journal. An effective manager can organize workers but also communicate the reasons behind company decisions and strategy. In doing so, workers can derive purpose and meaning from their role as an… Read more »