6 Body Language Lessons From Famous Entrepreneurs

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Considering the stature of these entrepreneurs, you can be sure that most, if not all, have had some kind of coaching on how best to present themselves. So take a few easy lessons from their book. Read more

5 Career Questions That Will Make You More Successful in 2015

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These 5 questions will help steer your reflections in an insightful and productive way that can lead to increased success and career satisfaction in the year ahead. Read more

OUTSOURCING: THE INTERNATIONAL HR TREND

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Outsourcing human resources is not something new, though it has become grown into a major component of many HR department. The focus on outsources is a result of organizations trying to focus manpower and financial resources. With global talent able to fulfill many of the requirements of an HR department, employee costs and management are reduced often with an increase in performance.

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5 Easy tips to speed up your resume screening

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There have been several times when you were swamped with hundreds of resumes for a single job posting? – how does one screen down to the best applicants without taking days and days of effort?

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6 Reasons You Didn’t Get the Job

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You dressed the part. You told engaging stories. You asked insightful questions. Frankly, you nailed the interview, but you didn’t get the job. What gives? You can certainly try to ask for feedback after receiving a rejection, but most employers probably won’t say much. If they do, it’ll be something fairly generic, along the lines of “other qualified candidates.” That, of course, isn’t always the real reason — it’s just that the real reason might be a little too awkward to actually say to someone’s face. So, what are some of these uncomfortable reasons for not selecting a particular job candidate? Read more