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Ditch the half-truths, even the little white lies

July 11, 2012

Ditch the half-truths, even the little white lies you tell to make someone else feel better.

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Gen X, Gen Y and boomers: 3 myths

July 11, 2012
Crossing generational lines is critical to getting stuff done in today’s workplace—where you’ll interact with Gen Y’ers, Gen X’ers and baby boomers—says Bruce Tulgan, author of Managing Generation X.
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Employee too friendly? Here’s what to do

July 11, 2012

Overfriendly staff members can pose a real dilemma for managers. How can you keep a professional distance and avoid the appearance of favoritism, yet still make sure you don’t alienate the employee? Here are tips that can help.

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States aim to bar employers from Facebook passwords

July 11, 2012

Facebook says it’s seen “a distressing increase” in reports of employers seeking to gain access to employees’ profiles.

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Ignoring safety rules can invite lawsuits

July 11, 2012

Ordinarily, employers aren’t liable for employee injuries. Workers’ comp insurance covers them. But be aware that if managers ignore safety guidelines that could prevent injuries, the employee can sue.

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Retaliation claim costs employer $120,000

July 11, 2012

Sterling and Sterling, Inc., a Long Island insurance company, will pay $120,000 to settle a lawsuit for retaliation filed recently by the EEOC.

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The only three true job questions

July 11, 2012
From George Brandt, Forbes.
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Nearly 2 in 5 companies use social networking sites to research job candidates

June 13, 2012

Nearly 2 in 5 companies (37%) use social networking sites to research job candidates, according to a CareerBuilder survey of 2,000 hiring managers and HR pros.

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Try this interview question

June 13, 2012
Ask this to find out how your applicant applies persuasion.
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Prima donna is hurting morale: Now what?

June 13, 2012
You know the type. It’s what we’ve come to call the prima donna. The term comes from Italian opera where the prima donna is the “first lady,” usually with a reputation for arrogance, ego and irritability. So, if you’ve got a prima donna on your team, what do you do?  It’s simple. Fire that person. Here are three reasons.
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