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    If You Don't Do These 4 Things, Your Meetings Might Just Be a Complete Waste of Time

    Have you ever stopped to do the math behind meetings? Every time you bring 10 people together in an one hour meeting, you are basically trading 10 hours of productivity for one. That means you're sacrificing nine hours in the process.

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    Make Work Engaging Again

    Dan Cable, a professor of organizational behavior at London Business School, explains why people often lose their enthusiasm for their work and how leaders can help them get it back. He says we shouldn't forget that as humans we all need to explore and have purpose - and without that, we languish.

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    How Being a Workaholic Differs from Working Long Hours - and Why That Matters for Your Health

    Hanna, a finance director at an international home care retailer, works long hours. She's usually in the office from 9am to 5pm, but at home, when her three children go to sleep, she'll work another four hours, not closing her laptop until midnight. She sometimes also works on weekends.

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    Why your next work meeting could be outside

    An office's atmosphere and culture are becoming major selling points for workers, as companies pay more attention to what's being incorporated into the design and layout of their work areas.

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    Recruiting and Retaining the Y Generation | Cordell Parvin Blog

    How do you recruit lawyers of the Millennium (or Y) Generation and how do you retain them? Those were the questions I was recently asked by a recruiting coordinator of a major law firm. I think it begins by understanding them and how they are different from lawyers in my generation.

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    Should You Relocate for a Job?

    Congratulations, you just landed a fabulous job offer at a company you'd be thrilled to work for. There's just one small catch -- accepting that role will be mean uprooting your life and relocating to a brand-new city. And with that comes a host of considerations to contemplate before saying yes.

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    Should You Accept a Counteroffer? Three Pros and Cons

    How are U.S. CIOs protecting company information from security threats in 2018? Find out what measures they're taking in this infographic... The tech industry is booming in the New York job market. Check out our insights for employers and employees on how to navigate it. The hiring process is getting longer for many employers.

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    More employers resort to making counteroffers to retain highly skilled employees

    Finding it increasingly hard to get and keep strong talent, companies are turning to a generally unwanted tactic: making counteroffers. It can turn out to be a lose-lose proposition, but with high employment it is increasingly viewed as making strategic sense.

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    Advice for avoiding a failed merger

    The biggest factor in completing mergers and acquisitions is form of ownership - most failed M&A deals involved public targets rather than private ones. That's according to a report by the M&A Research Centre at London's Cass Business School. The report analysed data from 25 years of deal-making.

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    Building a Strong Team in a Multigenerational Workplace

    February 13, 2018 Most offices today feature a multigenerational workforce, with employees ranging from Baby Boomers approaching retirement to Generation Z'ers, the latest entrants into the job market. As a manager, one of your responsibilities is to ensure that all these generations work well together.

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