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Uncover your weak spots by asking yourself the same tough questions you would ask someone you were hiring
If your résumé is a bit mossy, it may be because you’re not quite the
rolling stone you once were … and you’re ready for a big move up. That means you’ll need a new résumé not just an update with two-line bullet points. Here’s how to draw up an executive- level résumé:
Mary Kay Ash was devastated after her husband died. But the cosmetics
queen had a big conference coming up, so she did what she’d always done
in the face of personal problems: She put on her best face, went out
and led her team.
A recent survey by CareerBuilder.com found that working fathers were less likely to report flexible working arrangements than were working mothers.
Nearly 10 million Americans are affected each year by the death of someone close to them, and nearly half of these will be grieving in the workplace. Here’s what you, as a team leader, should remember and consider: Ask how you can help. Find out how much privacy a grieving team member wants; what information […]
Business is booming, and you need to hire at least one more person. So you go through the normal procedures. But then you notice that another résumé has arrived—this one through the intracompany mailbag ...
On June 20, Pennsylvania became the latest state to set stiff penalties for any business found guilty of mishandling sensitive employee information. That makes 45 states and the District of Columbia that have passed similar identity-protection laws over the past four years.
A key employee jumps ship to work for your competitor. Over the next several months, you lose some of your best customers to the competition. Unless your former employee signed a nonsolicitation agreement, there’s little you can do.
Most C corporations benefit from a graduated federal income tax rate
structure. But personal service corporations (PSCs) aren’t afforded
that luxury. Their income is taxed at the highest corporate federal
rate of 35 percent.
On June 22, 2006, it got a whole lot easier for employees to win monetary damages from their employers for retaliation. Reason: A unanimous U.S. Supreme Court ruled that adverse actions needn't involve an economic loss or an "ultimate employment decision" to constitute illegal retaliation. An adverse action need only "interfere with an employee's efforts" to ensure that he/she is not discriminated against in the workplace.