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It is a difficult decision to make. Should you attend an interview when you are sick and know that your performance will be subpar, or should you re-schedule and perhaps risk losing the job to another candidate? The answer rather depends on who you ask and how sick you are. The University of Pennsylvania asked… Read more »

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Establish a reputation as a leader in your industry and the applicants will come. Fortune 100 leaders such as Google and Boston Consulting Group are proof of that. Although company culture may not be the only reason these companies are considered the best to work for, it is a major contributor. Effective hiring implies hiring… Read more »

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Providing a reference for someone is an act of courtesy, and it demands the commensurate respect and etiquette from the respective applicant. A job candidate should make the reference provider’s contribution as easy and convenient as possible. Failure to do so could drastically affect the information that a potential employer is given, and the candidate’s… Read more »

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Organizing teams to achieve a goal can be more effective if done in a systematic way. There is no guarantee that a group of individuals can work well together, or that a team has all the skills it requires to complete a task. Use these guidelines to create teams in a more strategic way and… Read more »