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The Secret to Hiring Great People

5 Steps to Give Your Organization a Personnel Push. Leaders frequently tell me they have a hard time recruiting great people to join their organizations. When I ask about their hiring process, I often find one missing element: sales....Show More Summary

Trump EPA Cuts Will Hamper Efforts to Enforce Lead Standards for Drinking Water

TRNN interview with Erik Olson discussing water safety in the US, where 18 million people are served by water systems with lead violations.

How I Got My Dream Job Traveling The World And Taking Care Of Pandas

Working as a wildlife veterinarian is a rare opportunity. Here's how one guy made it happen. Working as a wildlife veterinarian is a rare opportunity. Here's how one guy made it happen. Marc Valitutto, 36, is a wildlife veterinarian at the Smithsonian Global Health Program. Show More Summary

The Advertisers Boycotting Google Are Getting Exactly What They've Been Paying For

Google and Facebook won by convincing advertisers content doesn't matter. Now marketers are realizing it matters more than they thought.

Amazon's Tepid Response to Counterfeiters Frustrates Sellers

Publishers and other sellers say customers trying to buy their products on Amazon are ending up with shoddy fakes.

Cleaners for this online maid service may have sticky fingers

Handy bills its workers as “background checked,” but that didn't prevent a string of alleged thefts from clients' homes

Top Incomes and Human Well-Being Around the World

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Time to sell your old used car for top dollar

Low supplies of five- and 10-year-old vehicles have prices at peak levels, but you'll have to move fast to cash in

EUROZONE PMI BEATS AGAIN: Growth hits its highest level in 6 years

LONDON — The eurozone economy confounded expectations once again in March, according to the latest flash PMI estimates from IHS Markit, released on Friday. "Eurozone economic growth gathered further momentum in March... reaching a near...Show More Summary

Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam made £9.6 million in his first full year on the job

LONDON — Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam's compensation package for 2016 totalled 11.90 million Swiss francs (£9.6 million, $12 million), the bank's annual report shows. The report, published on Friday, shows Thiam earned a bonus ofShow More Summary

Shares in a Chinese dairy company plunged 85% in just minutes

LONDON – Shares of China Huishan Dairy Holdings collapsed 85% in Hong Kong before the company halted trading on Friday, wiping out about $4.1 billion (£3.2 billion) in market value. Shares were down as much as 91% before recovering slightly...Show More Summary

Using The SSK Model to Be More Productive

How do you know when a project is succeeding? What is your tool of choice when determining project status? Here is a really simple tool to help you think about any project – whether it’s personal, for work, for community engagement, or anything else. It’s not heavily scientific and that’s the beauty of it. It’s … Read the Rest ?

PRGX: Vendor Snapshot (Part 3) — Summary & Competitive Analysis

Categories: Analytics, Solution Providers, Technology, Vendor Snapshots Tags: PRO While not as well known in the spend analytics and supplier management markets as most of its peers, PRGX has built up a small arsenal of solutions through...Show More Summary

Four Workplace Stereotypes Millennials (Like Me) Thoroughly Resent

We're just as multifaceted as any other group of human beings, so let's finally put these tired stereotypes to bed. We're just as multifaceted as any other group of human beings, so let's finally put these tired stereotypes to bed. Millennials hear a lot about how their personality traits from other people. Show More Summary

Why I Stopped Extreme Couponing

[Happy Friday! Here’s a little ditty on Mrs. Picky Pincher‘s love/hate relationship with extreme couponing – something I’m sure we’ve all thought about and/or tried at some point ourselves! Let us know where you stand in the comments at the end :)] I am not an extreme person. If given the choice between couch-lounging and base jumping, I will always pick my couch and […]

From Thinx's PR Crisis To Taking Better Notes: This Week's Top Leadership Stories

This week's top stories explore how Thinx's PR nightmare validates HR, the secrets to good note taking, and doing the 80/20 rule one better. This week's top stories explore how Thinx's PR nightmare validates HR, the secrets to good note taking, and doing the 80/20 rule one better. Show More Summary

Four Questions You Should Always Ask Before Starting A New Work Project

You might just want to dive in head first, but stopping to make sure you've got all the information you need can save you later on. You might just want to dive in head first, but stopping to make sure you've got all the information you need can save you later on. Show More Summary

How to Be More Productive on Social Media

Anyone who has invested time managing and growing a social media following knows that it can turn into a time vacuum. Open up Instagram and suddenly you find yourself scrolling through beautiful photos from your friend’s excursion to Iceland. Those ponies are so photogenic with their manes blowing in the icy wind! Logging in, posting and...

5 Daily Choices the Most Successful People Always Make

If you want to live happy, do what the smartest and most successful people do: Live in peace, leave the past in the past, and three more things.

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