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Do The Ends Justify The Means?

Do The Ends Justify The Means?

Charlie Sheen was onto something with "winning"

If winning is everything, are the business trade-offs made to win or better position a company in the marketplace worth pushing the limits? Read More »

IBM Lays Off More Than 1,600 People, Employee Group Says

IBM Lays Off More Than 1,600 People, Employee Group Says

IBM confirms a "workforce remix," without specifying number of job cuts. Read More »

Vets Form A Social-Networking Site for Ex-Military

Vets Form A Social-Networking Site for Ex-Military

By Gabrielle Karol After serving in the Army in the same region of Iraq in 2008, Yinon Weiss and Aaron Kletzing reconnected a few years later at Harvard Business School, where Weiss was the co-president of the Veteran's Club. "At business school, we were using LinkedIn -- it was a hyper-networking environment.... Read More »

Over 50 And Jobless? Training Programs Offer New Hope

Over 50 And Jobless? Training Programs Offer New Hope

By Christina Scotti Two men named Bob. Both are over 50 years old. Both had been working consistently for nearly three decades before losing their jobs in 2009. Both were out of work for more than 99 weeks. Now there is one glaring difference. Bob Greeney is employed. Bob Sullivan is still fighting to get back... Read More »

HSBC, Facing $2 Billion Settlement, Mulls 5,000 More Layoffs

HSBC, Facing $2 Billion Settlement, Mulls 5,000 More Layoffs

By Matt Egan Fresh off its $1.92 billion money laundering settlement, British banking giant HSBC reportedly is nearing a decision to further slash costs by axing another 5,000 jobs. According to the Financial Times, the London-based lender is "gearing up" for thousands more layoffs that could be outlined at an... Read More »

Can The Boss Fire You For Badmouthing Him On Facebook?

Can The Boss Fire You For Badmouthing Him On Facebook?

By Kate Rogers It's a given in the workplace, everyone at some time or other complains about the boss. But if your employees are blasting you on Facebook and Twitter, saying you are a bully, that you have bad B.O. or are overworking them, can you fire them? It depends on what your worker says, and how he or... Read More »

Hot Jobs In Growth Sectors: Where The Opportunities Are In 2013

Hot Jobs In Growth Sectors: Where The Opportunities Are In 2013

By Barbara Mannino Despite the nation's unemployment rate remaining at elevated levels, there are some industries straining to hire qualified workers. The 2008 financial crisis changed the economic landscape and the way companies and employers staff their payrolls. A flagging economy and the declining... Read More »

Online Job Search Tips for Older Workers

Online Job Search Tips for Older Workers

By Casey Dowd The internet has changed the job-hunting process for all generations. Whether you are a baby boomer, generation Xer or Millennial, online job searching is key. What's surprising is that older workers might be beating out their younger counterparts when it comes to online job searching. Read More »

5 Reasons Job Recruiters Aren't Calling You Back

5 Reasons Job Recruiters Aren't Calling You Back

By Donna Fuscaldo Job seekers need every advantage in the current labor market to find full-time employment, but they may be unknowingly committing cardinal job-hunting sins that immediately take them out of the running for certain positions. When it comes to job seeking, "it's not a numbers game," says... Read More »

5 Ways To Kill Your Chances Of A Promotion

5 Ways To Kill Your Chances Of A Promotion

By Donna Fuscaldo Everybody knows that showing up on time, being a team player and working hard are keys to advancing a career to become an invaluable employee, but there are some not-so-obvious career killers that can work against you. In today's feeble labor market, employees should steer clear of these... Read More »

Business Owner Cathy Berse-Hurley Fights To Keep 'Made In The USA' Label

Business Owner Cathy Berse-Hurley Fights To Keep 'Made In The USA' Label

By Liza Porteus Viana When Cathy Berse-Hurley started making her 4-year-old twin boys' handmade backpacks for school in 1996, other kids and parents took interest. She soon also began making lunch boxes, and selling her popular animal-themed wares at street and craft fairs, as well as big events like the New... Read More »

Why You Need To Take Your Job Search Offline

Why You Need To Take Your Job Search Offline

By Emily Driscoll For recent and soon-to-be college grads who are frustrated with their lack of response from sending out countless emails with resume and cover letter attachments, it's time for them to step out from behind the computer. A new study by Millennial Branding and Beyond.com recently reported that... Read More »

The Happiest Workers Are...

The Happiest Workers Are...

Older workers at smaller companies are most happy in today's workforce, according to a new survey. Read More »

Turn Seasonal Temp Work Into A Full-Time Job: 4 Tips

Turn Seasonal Temp Work Into A Full-Time Job: 4 Tips

The holiday season is just around the corner and that means major retailers and shippers are getting ready to ramp up their holiday hiring, and now is the time to take action to land one of these temp positions. According to the National Retail Federation, retailers are projected to hire between 585,000 and... Read More »

How To Be Happy At Any Job

How To Be Happy At Any Job

Today, more and more people are relegated to jobs that they find less-than-satisfying, feeling as though they ought to be grateful in a time when unemployment is high. More than ever, people feel stuck and feel as though being miserable at work is a fact of life. Read More »

On The Job Hunt: Putting U.S. Veterans To Work

On The Job Hunt: Putting U.S. Veterans To Work

By Phil Keating While millions of Americans lament the persistent rate of unemployment, now at 8.1 percent according to the August 2012 Department of Labor data, the frustration deepens for U.S. veterans. After serving tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, putting their own lives on the line for their country, the... Read More »

How To Get A Job As A Bartender

How To Get A Job As A Bartender

By Kathryn Tuggle Whether you're simply looking to entertain friends at a cocktail party or you're seeking a complete career change, bartending can be a unique and profitable option. Although it may sound like fun, experts say it's not an easy job, and bartending schools across the country boast that the... Read More »

Stop People From Gossiping About You

Stop People From Gossiping About You

By Andrea Murad Not all conversations at work happen around a conference table or at a formal meeting. The more juicy chats tend to occur around the water cooler, at happy hour or in the hallways. No matter the culture or employees' happiness levels, every office has gossip. Read More »

Want A Raise? Cities Where Workers Have The Best And Worst Chances

Want A Raise? Cities Where Workers Have The Best And Worst Chances

By Chad Brooks Workers in Denver will see the largest raises next year, according to a new study. Research by human resources firm Aon Hewitt revealed that employees in Colorado's capital can expect salary increases of 3.6 percent in 2013, above the projected national average of 3 percent. Read More »

Starting A Business With An 8-Year-Old? This Mom Did

Starting A Business With An 8-Year-Old? This Mom Did

Most eight-year-olds are focused on being kids. Every so often, one such as Breanna Wallis comes around and starts a business. Read More »

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