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No offense to many of you, but your online job ads stink. For proof, take a look at the job sites like Monster, Indeed, Snagajob, Craigslist or even LinkedIn and one thing is painfully clear: Not enough hiring managers or HR personnel are spending adequate time writing effective job ads. Spending 15 to 30 more minutes to create a well-crafted job ad will make a…


It’s the Friday before Valentine’s Day, and while many blogs are devoting themselves to the annual office romance article for #FridayFun postings, we decided to go a different route. Although that chubby little cherub, Cupid, is working overtime to hook people up, we’re going to look at some of the best workplace rejections we found on the Web. No, not office romances gone bad, but…


Remember the time when workplace etiquette made it impolite to discuss religion and politics at the office? And remember when “office politics” just meant the games you’d play to get something? After two years of one of the most emotionally taxing presidential races in American history, that time is gone now. A 2016 survey by the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) found that 26 percent…


On January 1, 2017, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) put new injury-reporting rules in effect for standard 29 CFR 1904. While most of the changes deal with how, why and when affected companies need to report injuries on the job, it doubles down on prohibiting employers from discouraging, or retaliating against, employees reporting work-related injuries and illnesses. And, while OSHA already prohibits retaliation…


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