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What People Gave Up For the Recession

Not so long ago and not very far away, it was common for workers with average jobs to buy lunch out every day, send laundry to be done outside the home, and load up on things like premium cable-television packages. Bu...Read More

Eight Ways To Improve Collaboration

Collaborative work and coordinated team effort are essential elements of business success, but how do you make it all happen? A book in HBR’s management series, Harvard Business Review on Collaborating Effectively (H...Read More

Retirement Is Not What It Used To Be

See also You Can't Afford To Retire Expectations for retirement have changed in the wake of the Great Recession. Forget moving someplace warm and sipping margaritas between golf and shuffleboard games; the "New Normal" for ...Read More

10 Outrageous Job Interview Stories

See also Five Interview Blunders Job interviews can be tough under any circumstance, but some people seem intent on raising the degree of difficulty. HR managers and senior executives surveyed by Robert Half recall beha...Read More

How to Ace a Performance Review

Nervous about your next job review? A book from Harvard Business Review could help you make a good impression on the powers that be. How to be Good at Performance Appraisals: Simple, Effective, Done Right (Harvard Business Revie...Read More

Rich Technohippies and Their Utopian Fantasies

Keeping up with technology makes people optimistic about the future and happier about their kids— or maybe they just feel better because they tend to be pretty well off financially. A survey from Ogilvy C...Read More

Three Bad Bosses And How To Deal With Them

See also Seven Things Your Boss Hates About Your Got a bad boss? Join the club. Tyrants, manipulators and shameless credit-takers abound, according to a recent survey from OfficeTeam. Nearly half of employees sa...Read More

Mobile Phones Ruin Love Lives

We all know (or should know) that certain mobile phone behaviors are considered obnoxious. But did you realize these faux pas can crush your love life? While certain instances of phone usage may be inevitable—or even desirab...Read More

How to Manage Successful IT Projects

One-fourth of IT projects are outright failures, and another 44% encounter significant difficulties, such as (sing along, you know the words) blown deadlines, overspent budgets, and failure to deliver on key goals. A ...Read More

Five Common IT Challenges And How To Address Them

Overwhelmed by the routine work of managing technology? You and your coworkers are far from alone – in fact, three out of four enterprises say they struggle with IT management issues. And the hits keep ...Read More

How Websites Poison Your Computer

Search engine poisoning attacks use ranking algorithms to link and direct users to websites that host malware. The attacks can be hard to trace because hackers don’t require control of the servers involved in the scheme, in...Read More

Weep For the Well-Educated

Knowledge workers, also known as “the creative class” in the parlance of economist and social scientist Richard Florida, make their living by fostering innovation, resolving problems, and thinking strategically. Sound...Read More

Nine Things To Ask About Global Markets

Is your company ready to do business around the world? First, you have to understand the countries where you’ll operate. Readiness to compete in different climates is addressed in the book, Harvard Business Revie...Read More

More Workers Would Relocate For A Job

As companies struggle to find workers with the right mix of talents to fill their needs -- 34% of employers are having difficulty filling vacancies, according to ManpowerGroup – more workers say they are willing to ...Read More

Americans Are Broke, Stressed, And In Debt

Experts say you should have six months’ worth of living expenses saved up in case you lose your job. Most Americans say, “Who, me?” A survey shows that the vast majority of U.S. workers fall shor...Read More
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