Covered at Here & Now: The American Heritage Dictionaries add some new words. An excerpt from the story: On updating the pronunciation of ‘harass’ “Harass, as you mentioned, is interesting in that in 1987, the panel was split as to whether...Show More Summary
Anderson Layman's Blog reminds us of the importance of a persuasive sales offer.
Take a few seconds and read this post at David Kanigan's blog.
A 23-year-old model identified as Klaudia Wysocka was found dead in her tub in the bathroom of her apartment. The native of Goldap, Poland was in school for microbiology. Authorities believe she died due to poisoning from carbon monoxide. Tragically, … More » The post Polish Model Dies of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning appeared first on EveryJoe.
Do you have anyone in your life who (occasionally or frequently) loves to vent their frustrations in your direction? Are you often the provider of a sympathetic ear or a shoulder to cry on? At times these can be valuable roles to play. Show More Summary
Our ability (and willingness) to learn impacts our personal and business growth, operational excellence, and our capacity to innovate. More than ever, it truly is learn or die. Learning is impacted by our “reflexive ways of thinking,...Show More Summary
Gloom and doom from big retailers can indicate opportunities for others.
From 2007: The Pioneer Woman shows how to roast a Thanksgiving turkey. She promises that it's easy.
At Fast Company: Everything you can make with Thanksgiving leftovers.
When it’s time for something new, you’ll need a new resume that will get you noticed by employers in your target industry. The post Switching Careers? Here’s How to Revamp Your Resume appeared first on Brazen Life.
This is one of the most dreaded interview questions, but if you understand the reason interviewers ask it and what they’re looking to uncover, you’ll see that you can certainly prepare for it. The question about your weaknesses comes...Show More Summary
The economy may be improving, but the battle for top talent wages on. Recruiters are all too familiar with the situation, as they are always fighting to fill those critical positions that always seem to be in demand. There just doesn’t seem to be enough adequate candidates to fill all the necessary roles, and this […]
There’s never a dull moment in the talent-acquisition field, especially when candidates keep interviewers on their toes with the most bizarre comments and questionable behaviors. This goes beyond the person who wore too much cologne or showed up two hours early to an interview – some of the worst experiences hiring managers have had will leave you […]
Whether it’s ordering your morning cappuccino or closing a deal with a major new business partner, customer service reigns king. The numbers don’t lie: 70 percent of buying experiences are based on how the customer feels they are being treated, according to McKinsey. If that experience turns sour after receiving poor customer service, 89 percent […]
How do you make customers want to engage with your brand?
I’m not one to often hedge my bets, but there are a few compelling data points worth highlighting that point to the possibility that tomorrow’s jobs numbers for October could be even bigger than our ‘official’ forecast of 293,000 jobs. Our official forecast, already well above the Bloomberg consensus estimate of 235,000, is based on approximately a […]
The more experience the better, right? If your employment history and education go above and beyond what is required in a job description, you might think you are a shoo-in for at least an interview. But don’t be surprised if you aren’t getting the quick responses you expected – or any responses at all. You are likely […]
Despite serious and legitimate concerns about the emerging threat of the global economy entering an era of the ‘New Mediocre’ (Christine Lagarde), things in the U.S. look pretty decent these days, at least as far as steady job gains and declining unemployment go. Leaving aside for now the also serious and legitimate concerns about stagnant wages over […]
The most popular FREE freelance marketplaces on the Web according to Alexa. Most of the sites listed here are free to use in their most basic form both for freelancers and employers, however some of the sites have fees for at least one party and most of the sites have paid premium features. Show More Summary
A Ph.D. vying for a job that only requires a B.A. A candidate with more than three times the years of working experience recommended in the job listing. An experienced executive applying for a middle-management position. Despite a recovering economy, recruiters and hiring managers still see many overqualified candidates applying for lower-level jobs, particularly in […]