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Recognizing systemic problems: 13 signs of a toxic workplace
June 21, 2015
When confronted with employees who complain, criticize or try to stir up trouble, managers often feel frustrated and helpless. They may quickly assume that there is no way to change these "personality problems," so they just do their best to contain the damage. However, tolerating such harmful behaviors is definitely NOT the smartest strategy. Don't let things go too far --- learn how to put a strategy in place to combat negativity. Read More

How could being 'mister nice guy' land me in legal hot water?
June 22, 2015
That's what soft-hearted Joe had to ask himself following the performance evaluation from hell. As the saying goes, 'Nice guys finish last.' But Joe Murchison has been a nice guy ever since I've known him. As far as Joe was concerned, it hadn't hurt him a bit -- until ... well, let me tell you Joe's story. Joe had taken the first job offer out of school with a manufacturing company in the St. Louis suburbs. Fifteen years later, he was with the same company and rising rapidly... Read More

8 techniques for managing your time
June 23, 2015
"Full Warrior Mode!" "Ruthlessness!" "Protect Your Norm!" --- these sound more like warfare strategies than time-management techniques. But if you're frequently stressed because you can't seem to impose a little order on the chaos you face on a daily basis, then maybe it is time to declare war on distractions, interruptions, clutter, and all the time-robbers you encounter at work---and at home. Read More

The 5 hot trends that are reshaping recruiting
June 24, 2015
With the economy clicking again, employers are getting back into the recruiting game. Here are some of the biggest trends in corporate recruiting, according to a report by the Deloitte consulting firm: Read More

Tame your job interview terror
June 25, 2015
Attending an interview practically defines the expression, "The pressure is on!" While it's completely normal to feel some level of nervousness before and during a job interview, there are several ways to ease our anguished psyches: Read More

Technology bites back: The 10 worst productivity killers
June 26, 2015
Four of the top five killers of workplace productivity require an electronic device and a digital connection. A new survey from CareerBuilder highlights just how distracting the wired world can be for employees trying to get things done. Asked to name the worst hindrances to productivity, 2,100 hiring and HR managers said: Read More

7 cruel proofreading traps that are lying in wait for you
June 27, 2015
Proofreading is a little like building a 50-foot cement wall to keep out an invading army: Thousands of soldiers are repelled, and then a tiny ant crawls under the wall, bites you on the ankle and you're out of commission. In every document are annoyingly small traps looking to take you down if you're not careful. Knowing grammar and punctuation inside and out, and putting a spell-checker through its paces, can only take you so far. Remember these tips when reading something one last time before giving it the thumbs-up: Read More


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