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Where Companies Are Recruiting

In these uncertain times, hiring managers appear to playing the probability game when it comes to recruiting new employees. In the hunt for newly-minted college grads, companies are not focusing their efforts just on the Ha...Read More

Ups and Downs of Expatriate Work

The recession hasn't stopped companies from sending employees overseas to pursue business objectives. In fact, many organizations are planning to increase the number of expatriates they have on staff, according to a recent...Read More

Surprising Trends in Social Media

Younger employees' use of social and collaborative technology actually lags behind that of older workers, according to a new survey from Citrix Online. The most enthusiastic adopters of social tools are older Baby Boomers, def...Read More

10 Motivational Books That Actually Motivate

As George Eliot once said, “It’s never too late to be what you might have been.” Maybe, but a brutal recession and its dreary aftermath have made inspiration a scarce commodity. Working harder and longer...Read More

Glitch-Free Software Development

Software bugs can cost big money. In a new book, Glitch: The Hidden Impact of Faulty Software (Prentice Hall/available now), author Jeff Papows shows how to avoid some of these expensive problems. Glitch prevention demands ...Read More

Ripley`s Does Technology

When you think of Ripley’s Believe It or Not, you think of old-school oddities like abnormally large or small people, or a two-legged lamb, or even, to choose a fresher example, a bust of Kevin Bacon made out of real bacon. Such...Read More

10 Pitfalls of Social Media

If social media is not working for your business, maybe you need to work on your social media. That’s the word from Barry Libert, author of Social Nation: How to Harness the Power of Social Media to Attract Customers, Mot...Read More

Mobile Training Means Business

A mobile generation requires mobile training. We work on the run these days, using mobile tools, so it makes sense that we should get job-related training in the same way. But organizations aren't adapting their training me...Read More

The Unethical Workplace

Does your job involve lying and cheating? Maybe your boss wants you to take shortcuts on a software-development project, or a colleague wants you to fudge an expense report during a trip, or your sales team wants to inflate the cap...Read More

Gay and Employed

A clear majority of Americans believe that gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) workers should be treated like everyone else on the job. Yet less than half of those surveyed by Harris Interactive with Out & Equal Workplace Advoca...Read More

How to Be More Productive

Are you plagued by interruptions, just as you get into the zone on an important project? Too many loud goings-on in the office? You are far from alone, according to a new survey from the IT Job Board. The Board asked what makes ...Read More

Minimizing Web 2.0 Risk

The challenge of the Web 2.0 world is that security must focus on protecting open systems rather than shutting everyone out. Traditional security measures don’t work. The interactive environment offers remarkable opportunity and ...Read More

IT Budget Outlook 2011

See also 2011 IT Budget Forecast, Optimism at SIM Conference. The Society for Information Management (SIM) recently polled its roster of CIOs and IT managers to get a snapshot of this year's information technology spending prioriti...Read More

Seven Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs

“Innovation is a new way of doing things that results in positive change,” writes Carmine Gallo, author of a new book called The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs: Insanely Different Principles for Breakthrough S...Read More

Mind Your Office Manners

Common courtesy is not always so common, perhaps especially at work. Maybe people just don’t know any better: most of us have never taken a course in office etiquette, and many of the rules for workplace behavior have been unwr...Read More
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