Author: Meghan M. Biro

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5 Reasons Employers Should Focus On Candidate Experience

Unemployment is now hovering around 7.9 percent according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, a statistical improvement over September’s grim numbers.…

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Top 5 Reasons You Never Hear Back After Applying For A Job

People often wonder why they never hear anything back after they hit ‘send’ on the email with a resume attached or on…

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5 Steps To Free Your Personal Brand

Community is the glue that lets authentic people participate fully in workplace cultures. Communities require collaboration, participation and investment. People who put…

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5 Tips To Keep Religion In Its Place In The Workplace

Your mother told you not to discuss religion, politics or sex in public, at the dinner table, with strangers, etc. In today’s…

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Workplace Friends: Do’s & Don’ts For Your Career

I talked about the advisability, around Valentine’s Day, of dating co-workers. It’s a short step to talk about forging friendships and personal…

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7 Tips When Office Romance 'Just Happens'

There’s no easily-mined data to show that meeting people in college, through friends or at church trumps meeting people at work, many…

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Want More Money? 5 Tips To Really Negotiate A Higher Salary

What are you worth to an employer? Quick, come up with a number. OK. Now, let’s come up with a realistic number.…

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5 Workplace Culture Trends for A New Year

I’ve talked before about personality-culture fit on Glassdoor, and it hit a nerve with the community. Now that 2012 is here and…

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5 Job Hunter Tips Through The Holidays

Unemployment refuses to drop below nine percent, which means real unemployment – counting all the people making do, juggling multiple part-time jobs…

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Commuting For A Job: When Is It Worth It? How Far, How Long?

The hard costs of commuting can be calculated with some accuracy. Gasoline prices are hovering around $4 a gallon. Car insurance figures…

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10 Tips: Managing The Year Of Diminished Career Expectations

There are lots of people writing about how to do resumes or manage a job search, but not too many who are…

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5 Tips For Getting Noticed & Landing The Job

So it’s October and there are still “no jobs,” from your perspective, at least none that you feel you can find or…

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