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The Value of Titles

In a recent blog posting for the Harvard Business Review, Career Builder CEO Matt Ferguson reported that hiring mangers who only look at job titles report a higher rate of ‘skills gaps’ than those who look more widely at a resume. …the…survey found that 55 percent of hiring managers who have job openings for which […]

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Facebook Timeline: Your New Resume?

Facebook’s new timeline format was rolled out so slowly that many folks don’t know that it even exists.  And while Facebook isn’t as dressed up for business as LinkedIn, the new format does allow for a much more resume-like feel.  It’s as though Facebook has embraced that sometimes uncomfortable line between private lives and employment […]

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The Post Crisis Job?

The phrase ‘balance of work and life’ indicates that they are polar opposites that one needs to carefully adjust to ensure that they don’t both come tumbling down. It seems that the two compliment each other. Today, there’s a chance for work and life to align more closely; for values that we bring to our homes and neighborhoods to enter the office. Getting to know our co-workers as neighbors and sometimes neighbors in need isn’t just a feel good notion, it’s good business

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