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Remote Workers Lack Adequate Tech Resources

Telecommuting continues to be a key recruitment tool and employee morale booster, but, in many organizations, remote workers lack the IT resources they need to do their jobs effectively, according to a recent survey from Staples Advantage, the business-to-business division of Staples. These necessary resources include desktop systems, mobile devices, fast and reliable connectivity, and security... Read More >


Developer Skills in Demand--Now and in the Future

Employers continue to seek software developers with expertise in established technologies such as .NET, C++ and HTML, but the environment is changing rapidly. Read More >


How You Can Enhance Your Executive Presence

Being an organizational power player is definitely not an entry-level job. And to become such as player, you have to offer more than strong technology skills. You also must project an image that screams "executive material" to your peers and managers. The recent book, Executive Presence: The Missing Link Between Merit and Success (HarperBusiness, available now), breaks down the winning profile in... Read More >


The Counteroffer: A Career Crossroad

Before accepting a job counteroffer, carefully weigh all the risks involved and analyze the positives and negatives of sticking with your current employer. Read More >


The Pros and Cons of Working in an Office

Is an office job a blessing or a grind? Judging by recent survey results from CareerBuilder, it looks like both descriptions apply. Like most office workers, many IT professionals can't avoid the daily confines of life in a cubicle. However, employees in a range of industries cite a number of advantages to working in an office environment, including the enhanced opportunity to stay connected to... Read More >


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