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TREND TOWARD LIMITING WORKPLACE EMAIL

  TREND TOWARD LIMITING WORKPLACE EMAIL The next time you peek at your email on your “day off” give some thought to workers in Germany, where companies like Volkswagen and Deutsche Telecom have adopted policies that limit work-related email to some employees on evenings and weekends. If this can happen in precision-mad, high-productivity Germany, could […]

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Disclosing Pay in the Job Search

When should you divulge your salary to a prospective employer? According to an article in The Wall Street Journal, many businesses want to know an applicants’ latest pay during the early stages of the hiring process. But that often can present a dilemma with no simple solution. If you dodge premature pay inquiries, you might be […]

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ADVICE ON REFERENCE CHECKS AFTER FIRING

If you’re dismissed from a job, it’s always important to leave a former employer on good terms and not burn bridges that one may need to cross in the future. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen, especially if there’s been a difficult relationship between an employee and a manager and/or bad feelings over a contentious issue […]

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Easing Back to Work After a Vacation

Easing Back to Work After a Vacation With summer vacation season in full swing, millions of American workers are taking a break — seeking replenishment from the daily office grind. But while numerous studies show that taking time off can do everything from boosting productivity to reducing heart-attack risks, vacations very often can have side […]

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SIMPLIFY TO BECOME MORE PRODUCTIVE

It’s a tough time to be productive. Globalization, increased competition and the jarring immediacy of technology have made it difficult for modern employees to stay on top of their growing workloads while maintaining a good work-life balance. Fortunately, according to an article in The Wall Street Journal, experts say small adjustments to how employees think about work […]

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