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Thursday, September 21, 2017Mic
Sloppy behavior is typically frowned upon at work: Even if you think your chronic lateness or coffee spills aren’t a big deal, no one wants to work with someone who is disrespectful — no matter how productive they may be.
Indeed, four in 10 employers said they had fired an employee for being late in a 2016 CareerBuilder survey, suggesting conventional wisdom on punctuality is unlikely to lead you astray
Thursday, September 21, 2017The Muse
If you’ve ever felt anxious about how you’re going to pay off that mound of student loans, or even how you’ll cover this month’s bills, you can take some comfort in knowing that 72% of your fellow Americans report feeling stressed about money at least some of the time, too.
Thursday, September 21, 2017CNBC
Job interviews are stressful enough when everything goes according to plan. When something unexpected happens, it can really throw you off of your game. It helps to be prepared for whatever might come your way. So, consider this list of weird things that could happen during your next interview beforehand. They just might come in handy.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017Inc.
I was recently brought in by a company to coach a Millennial who was on a fast track for becoming a C-suite executive. This person's red-hot rise to the top had been interrupted by a photo they had placed of themselves on Instagram, clearly drunk on a beach and partying like a madman.
Monday, September 18, 2017SHRM
About 90 percent of the tasks recruiters do will likely be automated in the years ahead, but that doesn't mean that talent acquisition professionals will become extinct. What they spend their time on will change, said Kevin Wheeler, founder and president of the Future of Talent Institute, a San Francisco-area think tank. He was speaking at CareerBuilder's Empower 2017, a conference for recruiting professionals held by the recruiting software company.