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Job Candidates Want Payback for Hiring Snubs

Note to hiring recruiters: If you think there's no harm, no foul involved when you don't acknowledge a job candidate's application, think again. The vast majority of job seekers expect to get at least a token "thank...Read More
 
 
 
 
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Employers Cite a Surge in Demand for Linux Pros

It is considered the most ubiquitous and popular free open-source operating system. And if you demonstrate IT skills in this field, you're setting yourself up for a lucrative in-demand career. In this case, we're...Read More
 
 
 
 
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Firms Need Tough Security Against Cyber-Threats

Despite a near constant barrage of news stories about cyber-espionage and cyber-attacks, business and government remain woefully behind the curve in instituting adequate safeguards. Meanwhile, threats grow and t...Read More
 
 
 
 
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Don't Let March Madness Shut Down Your Network

If it's March, that means it's time for workers to overload business-intended network resources to surf the Web for NCAA Tournament highlights. With lots of pride riding on those ubiquitous NCAA Tournament offic...Read More
 
 
 
 
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What to Ask--and Not Ask--During a Job Interview

In business, they often say that there are no bad questions—but, actually, there are. That's especially true when the questions come from job candidates who are apparently clueless about knowing what is&mdas...Read More
 
 
 
 
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Bizarre Excuses for Being Late to Work

Some people will come up with any story to explain why they are late to work, judging from the following over-the-top explanations compiled by CareerBuilder. And if you think tardy arrivals happen frequently at your offic...Read More
 
 
 
 
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Engaged Employees Are Motivated and Committed

Engaged employees are more likely to remain committed to their current organizations than colleagues who aren't. And these engaged professionals are highly motivated by work satisfaction and the potential for...Read More
 
 
 
 
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Bad Behavior Is Thriving on Social Media Sites

Managers, do you ever wonder what your employees are doing on social media when they're supposed to be working? It's important for you to be aware of your workers' social media habits because significant numb...Read More
 
 
 
 
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Ten Ways Tech Will Make an Impact on Business

The prospects of IT working closely with the business side of an organization in more meaningful ways are no longer an elusive pipe dream. It's reality, and it's happening every day at the most successful org...Read More
 
 
 
 
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Business Doesn't Take Advantage of Telecommuting

Teleworking sounds like a win-win. It saves companies on expenses such as office space, equipment and supplies. And, because the average daily roundtrip commute covers 32 miles and takes an hour, it saves e...Read More
 
 
 
 
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Ten Ways to Live in Peace With Your Co-Workers

Ever get the feeling that office employees have less personal space than ever? If so, you'd be correct. The average worker is allotted 75 square feet now, compared to 90 square feet in 1994, industry research show...Read More
 
 
 
 
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Companies Struggle to Leverage Social Media

Today's organizations are either slow to recognize the influence of social media on their reputation, or they don't know how to take full advantage of it. Either way, this lack is hurting them in the competitive...Read More
 
 
 
 
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Closing the Mobile Security Gap

Malware concerns are mounting as organizations put mobile technology at the center of their enterprise computing strategy. Blue Coat Security Lab recently examined the mobile threat landscape and studied more than 75 million us...Read More
 
 
 
 
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Technology Workers Got Big Raises in 2012

Average salaries for technology professionals increased by 5 percent in 2012—the biggest jump in more than a decade, according to the "2013-2012 Salary Survey" from Dice . For the first time, highly experienced ...Read More
 
 
 
 
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Eight Things Your CEO Is Thinking About Now

They acknowledge that they're struggling with talent shortages, and they believe the U.S. government needs to get more involved with helping out. They also acknowledge that they could be doing more to support diversity ...Read More
 
 
 
 
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