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Ten Ways to Write a Great Résumé

For IT workers and other professionals, the résumé may amount to the most career-critical writing you ever produce. Unfortunately, the résumé failure rate--which is surging now thanks to the wealth o...Read More

Companies Take Risks With Compliance

Over the last decade, compliance has emerged as an enormous challenge for organizations large and small. Amid a spate of regulations and requirements, many companies are struggling to manage policies and regulations. A stu...Read More

Workers Waste Time on Doc Management

How much time do you spend creating, approving and distributing documents? Apparently, too much, according to a recent survey conducted by IDC and sponsored by Adobe. In fact, IDC estimates t...Read More

Employers Find Value in Older Employees

Watch out, Gen Y—the Boomers are back. Or, at least, that's the impression cast by a recent survey from Adecco Staffing US (, in which more than 500 hiring managers were asked to compare and contr...Read More

Business and IT: A Dysfunctional Relationship

The relationship between IT and business departments has become fractured, resulting in a lack of meaningful innovation among companies, according to a recent survey from CA Technologies. Findings reveal an at...Read More

Coping With the First Days of a New Job

Let's face it: The dreaded first day of any job is something to endure, not enjoy. Even the most highly qualified professionals will feel nervous, unproven and intimidated. It's common to develop fear-of-failure syndrome...Read More

Ten Sites to Enhance Your Networking

If you avoid professional networking events like the plague, you could be damaging your career. In fact, research shows that at least 60 percent of job offers are obtained through this face-to-face approach. Though online p...Read More

Business Travel Takes Toll on Road Warriors

Many professionals wear their "road warrior" reputation as a badge of honor. (Think George Clooney's character in the film, Up in the Air, and his relentless drive to earn 10 million frequent flyer miles.) But too m...Read More

Emerging Technologies Reshape the Data Center

As technology advances and computing becomes more decentralized, one would expect the enterprise data center to become less important, but that is definitely not the case. Today, trends such as cloud computi...Read More

Workers Are Addicted to Their iPads

With more than 84 million units sold, the iPad has joined the long line of successes from Apple, and owners are getting hooked on the device, according to a recent survey from Brainshark. In fact, they're taking their iPad...Read More

Working for a Younger Boss? Join the Club

Seniority no longer rules, as a significant share of U.S. employees now work for someone who is younger than they are, according to a recent survey from CareerBuilder. In fact, for many professionals, their supervisor d...Read More

Teams Face Document Management Bottlenecks

More than nine out of 10 of all contracts, proposals and other business documents require teamwork, but work groups face considerable bottlenecks when trying to collaborate on these task...Read More

Managing Quality in a Mobile World

As mobile devices transform the needs of employees, customers and business partners, organizations are examining how they can retool their quality assurance strategies and testing practices. Capgemini's fourth edition o...Read More

Workers Put Off Job Hunting—for Now

The vast majority of employees are staying with their organizations. This represents a sharp turnaround from the retention picture of 2011, according to a recent survey from Deloitte Consulting LLP. The resulting report, &ld...Read More

Video Conferencing Etiquette Needs a Makeover

A growing number of employees are turning to video conferencing as a way to eliminate expensive travel while still getting business done. A new survey from Radvision provides additional insights as to ho...Read More
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