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Three reasons to tout your colleagues

Three reasons to tout your colleagues. Experts say it’s worthwhile to give genuine praise to your workmates, because it can bolster your career and make the world a better place. #praise #genuine #work #career #jobs #kindness #promotion #leadership #management #networking #workplace

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From doorman to board room

From doorman to board room. The secret past lives of CEOs. A tour guide, a barman, a dishwasher and a racetrack errand boy… What do these four people have in common? Today, they run multimillion dollar, global companies. #CEO #business #professional #career #executives #management #jobs #CEOs #corporations #money #work

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Looking for a job? Grab a down parka and go to Canada

Looking for a job? Grab a down parka and go to Canada. Canada has more than just hockey. Its plentiful energy jobs are attracting workers, but not enough to fill the demand. #Canada #energy #jobs #employment #career

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The secret to time shifting when your work is global

The secret to time shifting when your work is global. What do you do when your clients and colleagues are spread across different time zones? For some time-zone-trotting professionals, the answer is something akin to a personal time warp. #work #career #jobs #global #TimeZones #TimeZone #TimeWarp #professionals #TimeManagement

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How Autism Can Help You Land a Job

How Autism Can Help You Land a Job. Some employers increasingly are viewing autism as an asset and not a deficiency in the workplace. #autism #employment #jobs #work #autismspectrum #education #career

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The sun’s still not quite set

The imperial residue of overseas territories SINCE 1946, the United Nations has compiled a list of the world's “Non-Self-Governing Territories”: overseas domains it considers, in effect, to be colonies.

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US economy grows by 4% as Fed cuts stimulus

Job fair in United States. US economy grows by 4% as Fed cuts stimulus. The US economy grew at an annual rate of 4% during the April-to-June period, latest figures released by the US Department of Commerce have shown. The growth during the second quarter reverses the contraction seen earlier in the year. Following the report, the Federal Reserve said it would continue to ease back on its stimulus efforts. #USA #economy #FederalReserve #stimulus #commerce #jobs #business

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The First Map Showing All the Connections in Your Brain's White Matter

First map of core white-matter connections of human brain developed at USC - may help better address clinical challenges such as traumatic brain injury

Harvard Business Reviewfrom Harvard Business Review

A Manager’s Job Is Making Sure Employees Have a Life Outside Work

It’s a more human way of leading.

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US Federal Reserve 'unlikely' to raise rates soon

US Federal Reserve 'unlikely' to raise rates soon. Officials at the Federal Reserve are unlikely to raise interest rates soon, the latest minutes from the bank's January meeting have revealed. Policymakers worried about lower-than-expected inflation as well as slow wage growth in the US economy, the world's largest. The Fed has kept its benchmark interest rate at zero since late 2008, when it slashed rates to boost the economy.Most observers do not expect a rate rise before...

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Girl gives father's CV to US First Lady Michelle Obama

First Lady Michelle Obama hugs Charlotte Bell, at the White House's annual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day 24 April 2014. Girl gives father's CV to US First Lady Michelle Obama A young girl offered US First Lady Michelle Obama her father's CV during questions at the White House's Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day. #USA #WhiteHouse #MichelleObama #women #girls #career #jobs

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Google and Apple Settle Lawsuit Alleging Wage-Fixing

Google and Apple Settle Lawsuit Alleging Wage Fixing. Four major tech companies, including Intel and Adobe as well, were accused of agreeing not to poach each other's employees in order to drive down wages. The companies admitted to having a no-hire agreement but denied that wages was their motivation #business #jobs #career #wages #Google #Apple #ClassAction #tech

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Community Post: Interviewing Etiquette (Infographic)

#Interview etiquette. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources. #career

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8 Ways to Build Trust in the Workplace (Infographic)

8 Ways to Build Trust in the #Workplace #Business #Careers #HR #Infographic

The average body mass index (BMI) values for adults around the globe compared.