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Hiring an intern: 6 things to know before saying 'You're hired!'

Be careful ”" an internship can be very much like a summer fling

In life and in business, we’re faced with tough situations where there is no clear-cut answer. A week into my first high school relationship, I learned that the woman I had begun to date had withheld that she would soon be moving ...

by Michael Luchies  | November 07, 2016 05:00:00
Startup Tips

Is your best self an entrepreneur or a worker bee?

The answer lies in what drives you and how you relate to others

Not everyone is born for the traditional 9-to-5 job. And not everyone is a born entrepreneur. While many prefer the security of working for others, others prefer the risk of starting their own businesses and positioning themselves for substantial rewards.But is entrepreneurship ...

by Peter Daisyme  | October 08, 2016 01:00:00
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4 things you must know about millennial job hopping

Employers are failing to create work environments that support this generation’s unique needs

It’s no secret: millennials are job hoppers. A 2016 Jobvite survey of 2,305 Americans found that while only 18 percent of the total workforce changes jobs every one to three years, 42 percent of millennials do.That has made employee retention a nightmare for employers ...

by Greg Harris  | September 21, 2016 01:00:00
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How to know if your job interviewee is telling the truth

You can use these secret military tricks

Former Green Beret Sergeant Major (Retired) Karl Erickson has faced all kinds of liars: combative locals who don’t want to tell you where the bad guys are hiding, friendly forces who exaggerate their capabilities to help, guys on your squad who don’t want to ...

by Dan Bova  | September 06, 2016 03:00:00
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10 quick changes that help your resume get noticed

Ever heard the term ”?"applicant-tracking system”? The first reader of your resume is a software.

The adage “What you don’t know won’t hurt you” is very misleading, especially for people in transition or otherwise contemplating a career change. Not only is the contention untrue, it in fact hinders your ability to get what you want. Furthermore, it ...

by Alex Freund  | September 02, 2016 06:00:00
Startup Tips

Is the applicant fit for the company? Ask these 11 interview questions

Maintaining the company's culture is key to keeping a business solid.

Culture fit is one of the most important components of your business. Having great employees is a big part of my company’s culture, and maintaining that culture is key to keeping my business solid. That means that during the interview process you ...

by John Rampton  | July 07, 2016 07:00:00
Startup Tips

These people landed a job via a single tweet

These social media-savvy creatives turned their oversharing ways to job opportunities.

Finding a job, especially one you really want, is not easy. But, sometimes, all it takes to get through the door is a bit of imagination, creativity and social-media know-how.If executed correctly, you could end up like these folks, out of the ...

by Lindsay Friedman  | May 27, 2016 11:00:00