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Video Inside Rikers Island Shows Teen Inmate Attacked by Guard, Fellow Inmates

The New Yorker published two surveillance-camera video clips from inside Rikers Island. In a rare look inside the complex, the video shows Kalief Browder being abused by a guard and jumped by a gang of fellow-inmates. More » The post Video Inside Rikers Island Shows Teen Inmate Attacked by Guard, Fellow Inmates appeared first on EveryJoe.

Wearables usher in the next evolution of consumer engagement

Wearables like the Apple Watch offer both consumers and advertisers an incredible opportunity to engage with one another like never before.

Tech company seeks developers in curse-filled Craigslist ad

Employers aren’t shy when it comes to recruiting top talent. They typically fill job announcements with explicit details of the responsibilities and qualifications. Well, this San Diego-based tech firm took explicit to another levelShow More Summary

How Storytelling Can Create More Buzz for Your Brand

Today it’s not about who you are online, but rather how people can relate to you and/or your personal brand. In order to create new leads for your business it is important to recognize that getting on the same level of your audienceShow More Summary

Abercrombie & Fitch says it will stop hiring workers based on ‘body type or physical attractiveness’

It’s also going to stop calling its employees “models” and running highly sexualized marketing campaigns.

From Human Remains to Human Resources to....Human Resonance

I was chatting on-line to a friend of mine a few days ago about a keynote I was to give on "why facts don't change people". He picked up on a particular biographical part of my talk in which I summarised my career as having moved from "human remains to human resources" i.e. Show More Summary

Miscellaneous and Fast

Tanmay Vora: Lessons from 9 years of blogging. Esquire on the best summer movies. Wally Bock: A baker's dozen of things to master. Anderson Layman's Blog is doing the pop corn dance. Seth Godin: The crowd disappoints. Eclecticity Light offers one cute hedgehog. Show More Summary

Why It's OK to Have Bad Habits, as Long as Your Good Ones Outnumber Them

Author Gretchen Rubin sat down with New York Times columnist Frank Bruni to discuss his best, worst, and most important habits.

5 Reasons You Should Hire Someone Who Has Been Fired

Hiring the right person is hard. It’s truly difficult to judge someone’s value based on atwo-page summary of her career and a few interviews. Therefore, hiring managers use something called proxies to help determine someone’s potential. One of these proxies is a college degree, another is current employment. Many managers reject anyone who is not currently […]

To work or not shouldn't be a question

A two-scientist couple says that men and women should demand policies that allow women to return to work after having children.

10 Tips Mark Cuban Would Give His Younger Self

As one of the most well-known sharks on Shark Tank, Mark Cuban didn't get where he is with luck alone. However, just like any other entrepreneur and investor, he had plenty of stumbles along the way. Just imagine how successful Cuban would be had he been able to give his younger self advice.

5 Ways to Work More Effectively From Home

Trying to be productive at home can feel like a fool's errand. Here are a few tactics to help you work effectively when you're not physically an the office.

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