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Waldorf, Md.-based Heather R. Huhman is a career expert, experienced hiring manager and president of
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#ENTRYLEVELtweet: Taking Your Career from Classroom to Cubicle
5 Inexpensive Benefits Millennials Value More Than Health Insurance
Younger workers, unsurprisingly, are less likely to demand health insurance than older workers but don't overlook their birthdays.
5 Ways Women Tend to Be More Engaging Bosses
There is mounting evidence that employees generally prefer women managers.
4 Ways Wearable Tech Can Make Managers More Effective
Wearables give companies data useful for everything from improving employee health to getting the right tools to the people who need them.
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4 Leadership Styles Showcased on 'Game of Thrones'
A lot has improved since medieval times but the foibles of leaders remain the same.
4 Ways to Make Leadership Development Part of Your Company Culture
Managers are as disengaged as the teams they are supposed to be leading. That changes when they feel invested in the company vision.
2 Big Employers Tell Gay Employees to Marry or Lose Partner Benefits
With same-sex marriage legal in most states, some employers will no longer recognize domestic partnerships for granting family benefits.
Amping Up Employee Tech Skills Is a Bargain With These 4 Tools
Many inexpensive apps and online courses are available to teach skills that are in demand.
The Thrill of Working at a Startup Holds Little Appeal for Gen Z
Surveys find the youngest workers crave employment stability. They are unimpressed by the offbeat perks startups believe will attract them.
Keep Everyone Happy by Making Your Office Extrovert-Friendly
Eight hours marooned in a cubicle is torture for extroverts but most people prefer the collaborative and convivial work atmosphere they crave.
Get More From Temps, Your Company's Most Undervalued Asset
Temps fill gaps when needed while offering a rare opportunity to audition a potential permanent employee.
4 Tech Solutions That Are Also Problems When Managing Employees
Technology allows us to work all the time from everywhere and that creates leadership challenges often solved with more technology.
For the Most Productive Workplace, Assign Employees the Work They Do Best
Researchers are finding managers get much more from employees by playing to their strengths than trying to bolster their weaknesses.
Why Texting is the New Email in the Hiring Process
With the majority of adults owning smartphones with unlimited texting, texts are increasing seen as a professionally acceptable means of communication.
5 Surprising Things That May Stop You From Hiring the Right Person
Don't lose out on that next great candidate just because you've made these mistakes.
4 Ways to Make Middle Managers Better Leaders
Don't treat middle managers like forgotten middle children. Here are some ways to improve middle leadership, engagement and satisfaction.
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