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  • The top 10 lies told on Wall Street
    The Top 10 lies told on Wall Street

    With all the fibbers we've outed lately, Turney Duff takes a look at the top 10 lies told on Wall Street.

    The top 10 lies told on Wall Street

    With all the fibbers we've outed lately, Turney Duff takes a look at the top 10 lies told on Wall Street.

  • Your encore career: Which jobs need senior workers?
    How long do you plan to work full-time?

    A recent survey shows 32 percent of you said this about your golden years

    Your encore career: Which jobs need senior workers?

    A recent survey shows 32 percent of you said this about your golden years

  • How to Make Office Meetings More Productive
    13 types of meeting attendees you don't want to be

    Volunteer to keep meeting minutes or keep track of time. If you need to deliver a status update, be sure you have outlined your talking points.

    How to Make Office Meetings More Productive

    Volunteer to keep meeting minutes or keep track of time. If you need to deliver a status update, be sure you have outlined your talking points.

  • Big data trend now being applied to managing human resources

    A growing number of human resources executives are starting to dig deep into computerized statistical data on employees, to make decisions regarding salaries, promotions, and even benefit programs.

    The job interview hasn’t changed much over the years. There are the resumes, the face-to-face meetings, the callbacks — and the agonizing wait, as employers decide based on a hunch about who’s best suited for the job. Some companies are selling the idea that new behavioral science techniques can give employers more insight into hiring. Pymetrics is a company that uses brain games to measure things like attention to detail and risk tolerance, and match the player with career opportunities based on their results.  
 Recruiting Better Talent With Brain Games And Big Data 
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    A growing number of human resources executives are starting to dig deep into computerized statistical data on employees, to make decisions regarding salaries, promotions, and even benefit programs.

  • Commuters walk to work across London Bridge, heading into the City of London

    The daily commute has often been labeled as a...

  • Kleiner firm was not level playing field for women, jury told

    By Sarah McBride and Dan Levine SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, the investment firm that has backed tech companies from Google to Amazon, fired a woman junior partner after …

    By Sarah McBride and Dan Levine SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, the investment firm that has backed tech companies from Google to Amazon, fired a woman junior partner after she complained of gender discrimination, her lawyer said at trial on Tuesday. Former Kleiner partner Ellen Pao accuses …

  • How to tell if you’re a jerk at work

    Self-awareness is crucial in the workplace. Adopt some of those habits, signaling to people that your door and mind are open, and you’ll be more likely to bolster your self-awareness and maintain it over …

    Job interview

    Self-awareness is crucial in the workplace. Adopt some of those habits, signaling to people that your door and mind are open, and you’ll be more likely to bolster your self-awareness and maintain it over the long haul.

  • Patricia Arquette's Oscar speech puts spotlight back on gender wage gap

    is expected to rekindle the debate about what women are being paid in the workforce not just in the U.S., but across Canada. “It’s an issue companies are going to have to start paying closer attention …

    Patricia Arquette speaks after winning the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role in "Boyhood" at the 87th Academy Awards in Hollywood, California

    is expected to rekindle the debate about what women are being paid in the workforce not just in the U.S., but across Canada. “It’s an issue companies are going to have to start paying closer attention to,” says Sheryl Boswell, director of marketing at job-search website Monster.ca. In her acceptance speech after winning …

  • CNR, Unifor to resume talks on Monday as lockout looms

    Canadian National Railway said late on Sunday it was unable to reach full agreement on a negotiated settlement with Unifor, the union representing 4,800 of its mechanical, clerical and intermodal staff, …

    A Canadian National Railway train travels westward on a track in Montreal

    Canadian National Railway said late on Sunday it was unable to reach full agreement on a negotiated settlement with Unifor, the union representing 4,800 of its mechanical, clerical and intermodal staff, and will resume talks on Monday morning. Canada's No. 1 railway had called for binding arbitration on Friday when it …

  • Cool Job: Meredith Veats, gatekeeper to reality TV stardom

    We're looking for sincerity and authenticity because that’s what people relate to. If we were looking for actors, my job would probably be a lot easier. Finding real people and keeping them real is the …

    Meredith Veats

    We're looking for sincerity and authenticity because that’s what people relate to. If we were looking for actors, my job would probably be a lot easier. Finding real people and keeping them real is the actual challenge.

  • A LOT of tech workers are being bullied at work

    Flickr/Lachlan Hardy Working as an IT professional is … Continued The post A LOT of tech workers are being bullied at work appeared first on Business Insider.

    A LOT of tech workers are being bullied at work

    Flickr/Lachlan Hardy Working as an IT professional is … Continued The post A LOT of tech workers are being bullied at work appeared first on Business Insider.

  • BlackBerry CEO says being a 'superstar' will hurt your career

    We all want to be the one to deliver the Hail...

    REPORT: Samsung Is Still Interested In Buying BlackBerry

    We all want to be the one to deliver the Hail...

  • 20 jobs that are dominated by women

    Nursing — like teaching and waitressing —...

    A nurses poses at St Thomas' Hospital in central London

    Nursing — like teaching and waitressing —...

  • How to get more done in the morning

    Recent research from the University of Toronto has verified that you get more than the worm when you make the most of your mornings -- no matter what your age is. "The reason for doing this is that the …

    Are you born a morning person?

    Recent research from the University of Toronto has verified that you get more than the worm when you make the most of your mornings -- no matter what your age is. "The reason for doing this is that the solution to morning dilemmas often lies at other times during the day," she writes.

  • People are psychologically biased to see bald men as dominant leaders

    Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. Goldman Sachs head Lloyd...

    Mike Myers as Dr. Evil in New Line's Austin Powers in Goldmember

    Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. Goldman Sachs head Lloyd...

  • 11 signs your interviewer loves you

    Nobody wants to wait days, or sometimes even...

    The Best Way to Get to Know a Candidate During a Job Interview

    Nobody wants to wait days, or sometimes even...

  • Oprah Winfrey arrives at the 87th Academy Awards nominees luncheon in Beverly Hills

    When Oprah Winfrey searched for a president for...

  • The worst way to quit your job

    Leaving your job in style shouldn’t come with a YouTube video or trend on Twitter if you’re hoping to be meaningfully employed in the future, experts say. A new survey from OfficeTeam shows 86 per cent …

    I Quit

    Leaving your job in style shouldn’t come with a YouTube video or trend on Twitter if you’re hoping to be meaningfully employed in the future, experts say. A new survey from OfficeTeam shows 86 per cent of human resources managers believe the way you quit a job will affect your future career opportunities. The negative …

  • That email look phishy to you? Your boss might be testing your security savvy

    NEW YORK, N.Y. - The next phishing email you get could be from your boss.

    That email look phishy to you? Your boss might be testing your security savvy

    NEW YORK, N.Y. - The next phishing email you get could be from your boss.

  • The 15 industries with the most office romances

    Whether or not you think they're a good idea...

    Office Romance

    Whether or not you think they're a good idea...