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13 things successful people do in the first 3 months at a new job

Your first three months on the job can lay the groundwork for major achievements down the road. Successful people know this when they start a new job. When it comes to your first few months in a new workplace, it’s important to set goals, prove the worth you sold in […]

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Ethics in Human Resources: 6 Guidelines for HR Teams

Today’s human resources professionals manage more moral, ethical and legal responsibilities than ever before. Beyond compensation and benefits, HR teams are now tasked with challenges like fostering diversity in the workforce, addressing issues of inequality and setting standards around workplace conduct. Often, human resources ethics policies around these issues can […]

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Here Is Why You Should Be Giving Interviewees Feedback

It is almost the norm in the HR industry, not to give interviewees feedback after receiving applications or after conducting interviews. While it may not be possible to send feedback to every person who submits an application for a position, it is good practice to send feedback to those who […]

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It’s Time to Start Treating Job Candidates with the Respect They Deserve

Job applicants need to be treated with respect, by recruiters, certainly, and also by employers. Last week, when I answered the phone, I spoke to a candidate who was very upset because he had taken some time off work to attend an interview. He was literally on his way to the interview […]

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How Howard Schultz went from living in Brooklyn public housing to growing Starbucks into an $84 billion business

It’s thanks to Howard Schultz that Americans today know what a latte is — and that they’re willing to drop $4 on a cup of coffee. But now, the billionaire and driving force behind Starbucks for roughly three decades has developed aspirations that are much bigger than the coffee industry. […]

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The inspiring life story of KFC’s Colonel Sanders

Have you been rejected or disappointed time and time again? Well Colonel Harland Sanders, founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken, did. But he took his failures and didn’t just make lemonade–he made the world a better place. Sanders was born in 1890 in Henryville, IN. When he was six years old, […]

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Tim Cook revealed the powerful thing Steve Jobs said to convince him to quit his job and join Apple when it was near-bankrupt

In Tim Cook’s recent commencement speech at Tulane University, he shared the secret to dealing with your critics, intoning a refrain that will stick with me: “We don’t build monuments to trolls.” Buried within that same speech from the Apple CEO was a story he related about Steve Jobs. It […]

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What your email inbox reveals about your personality

When I texted a friend to say I was thinking about writing an article on what your inbox might reveal about your personality, he immediately texted me back: “I’ve got three emails in my inbox. What does that say about me?” “It means you’re the worst,” I texted back. By […]

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21 job interview questions that are designed to trick you

Here are 21 common examples of tricky job interview questions, complete with advice on how to ace each one: Can you tell me about yourself? Why do they ask this? They ask to determine how the candidates see themselves as it pertains to the position and how confidently they can […]

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Learning: The power of positivity

The power of a positive attitude: It’s been heralded as a key to success in many areas of life, from learning to athletics to just about any profession you can imagine. But is there any evidence that positivity affects results or is it mostly mumbo jumbo? In reality, it’s difficult […]

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