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Career Advice: New grads- The unspoken rules of the workplace

New Graduates: These Are The Unspoken Rules Of The Workplace No One Tells You

Graduation is an exciting (and scary) time; you’re leaving a world where you know all the rules and entering into a world where what’s expected of you often isn’t so clear cut. The rules that truly matter in the workplace are often not written anywhere-they’re simply things that those who have been in it for a while consider to be obvious.

 

Career Advice: The CEO of a billion-dollar brand says he doesn’t hire people with a red-flag quality that’s ‘the enemy of everything’

The CEO of a billion-dollar brand says he doesn’t hire people with a red-flag quality that’s ‘the enemy of everything’

If you’re heading into a job interview planning to self-deprecate and talk about all your past screw-ups, you’re probably not going to get hired. On the flip side, if you’re heading there thinking that you really deserve the interviewer’s job, you’re probably not going to get hired, either.

 

Career Advice: Three Ways To Add Personality To Your Resume

Three Ways To Add Personality To Your Resume (And Three Ways Not To) | Fast Company

It takes a hiring manager just a few seconds to look at your resume and decide whether or not they like you enough to want to meet you. That’s precious little time to stand out and convey not just your professional skills but who you are.

 

Recruitment Advice: 5 questions you should ask in every job interview

5 questions you should ask in every job interview

This post from CEO and founder of Raad Ahmed, LawTrades, a legal company that helps people read and negotiate employee contracts, originally appeared onQuora as an answer to the question, “What questions should a job candidate ask the interviewer?” There are obvious benefits related to being a strong listener during a job interview.

 

Employer Brand News: Hire The Best In 2017 & Stand Out From The Crowd

How to hire the best people in 2017: make sure your employer brand stands out from the crowd

The new year is a time for fresh starts and new ambitions. It’s no coincidence that it’s also the most popular time of year for LinkedIn’s 467 million members to update their professional profiles as they consider their next career move.

 

Career Advice: Want To Achieve Your Goals This Year? Start By Doing This

Want To Achieve Your Goals This Year? Start By Doing This

What do you want to accomplish in 2017? It’s time to set some goals. (Photo credit: Shutterstock) The start of the New Year is the perfect time for entrepreneurs and business owners to set goals for the next 12 months. You’ve closed your books on 2016, so, if you haven’t already, […]

Career Advice: 19 CEOs & Executives Reveal Their Best Advice

19 CEOs & Executives Reveal Their Best Advice

The road to success is neither straight nor smooth. Just ask any executive or C-suiter. And that’s just what we did. As we prepare for 2017 and set professional resolutions, it’s important and helpful to glean advice from those who have dominated 2016.

Career Advice: 7 Things That Will Destroy Your Career

7 Things That Will Destroy Your Career

There are so many things that can kill the careers of good, hard-working people. Honest mistakes often carry hard-hitting consequences. Most people kill their careers in subtle, decidedly undramatic ways. And it’s a shame because it happens all the time.

Leadership News: 7 Skills to Develop Now To Become An Awesome Manager

7 Skills to Develop Now To Become An Awesome Manager

Well, lucky for you, there are skills you can work on now that will help you get where you want to be and more importantly, stay there. We chatted with top career experts to find out what they think is most important to have in your wheelhouse before you actually start managing others.

Who Shapes Company Culture?

HR Can’t Change Company Culture by Itself

A strong culture is vital for organizational success – as evidenced by the relationship between culture and leadership, employee commitment, customer satisfaction, and innovation. But “strong” doesn’t mean fixed. As the organizational goals and strategy change over time, so too should culture intentionally be changed.

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