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Diversity Beyond Political Correctness

Your business needs to be more proactive when it comes to diversity. Just saying, “I never would offend anyone because of ethnic differences, so I'm OK,” is not enough to transform diversity from a potential tro...Read More

Mobile Web Leaves Small Companies Behind

The future of the web may belong to mobile devices, but a majority of small-to-medium-sized companies are stuck in the past. Many SMB don’t even look at their own web sites from mobile browsers to see how ...Read More

Will You Get a Raise Next Year?

IT workers may have more leverage than their counterparts in other fields when it comes to getting a raise in 2011, according to a new survey from CareerBuilder. Employers are concerned about their ability to retain talented...Read More

10 CIA Secrets for Business

You can learn a lot about business by understanding the inner workings of the CIA. A new book, Business Confidential: Lessons for Corporate Success from Inside the CIA (AMACOM/Available now), says much of the culture of the fabled int...Read More

Five IT Priorities for 2011

What’s next for IT? Making sure that digital culture permeates the enterprise in meaningful and productive ways. At its Symposium/IT Expo 2010 in Cannes, France, Gartner identified several major areas of focus for enterprise ...Read More

No Holiday Break for You

The vast majority of mobile-device-equipped professionals plan to work during the upcoming holiday season, according to a new survey from Egnyte, a cloud file-server provider. Thanks to the profusion of mobile devices, ...Read More

Personal Investment in IT Projects Translates to Success

Lack of emotional investment in projects makes it harder to reach goals with genuine value. So says Mark Murphy, author of the new book, HARD Goals: The Secrets to Getting from Where You Are to Wher...Read More

Worst Excuses for Sick Days

See also Worst Excuses for Being Late There's no limit to creativity when it comes to coming up with reasons for calling in sick, according to a new survey from Careerbuilder. Employees give all manner of outrageous excuses –...Read More

U.S. Hiring Planned by Chinese and Indian Companies

IT workers are painfully familiar with outsourcing and offshoring by U.S. companies. But a significant number of companies based in India, China and other high-growth countries are looking to boost the num...Read More

IT Workers Losing Confidence

Technology professionals are not brimming with confidence these days; instead, they have lower expectations about the economy and their own job security than they did just months ago, according to the quarterly Technisource IT...Read More

Scared But Lazy About the Data Security

Users have big concerns about Internet security and safety, but we get a little lazy when it comes to actually doing something about protecting our own data, according to recent research from Unisys Corp. A clear ma...Read More

Improve Your Public Speaking

See also Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs. If you are not afraid of public speaking, maybe you should be. Talking in front of a crowd often ranks with death and spiders in polls of things people fear most, but even the bolde...Read More

Bad Blood Grows Between Workers and Bosses

The bum economy is bad for relationships between U.S. workers and their bosses, according to a survey from Spherion Staffing Services. The trust factor is one casualty as acrimony grows between the cubicles and t...Read More

What Not to Wear to a Job Interview

Some job seekers haven't gotten the memo on dressing appropriately for an interview, according to a new OfficeTeam survey of more than 670 HR managers. The managers say that position candidates have shown up wearing bea...Read More

HR Clueless About Social Media

Many companies aren't making enough use of social media to land and retain talented employees, according to two recent surveys from Technisource and its parent company, SFN Group. A majority of organizations that are using s...Read More
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