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Top 10 Strategies for Managing Mobile Workers

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Terrence L. Gargiulo

However disorienting and maddening the pace and rules of our contemporary work life may be, lets understand a few things: Theres no turning back, it doesnt have to be bad, and there are things you can do to set yourself up for success even in the face of multiple challe... More »

Shingle or Not? Making the Move to Self-Employment

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In the era of offshoring, right-sizing, and business closings, the question of whether it is time to hang out ones shingle is even more compelling. We have read of countless people being pushed from the corporate nest and declaring it the best thing that could have happ... More »

Networthing Versus Networking

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Alan De Back

We're constantly told about the value of networking. Whether it's to find a new job, advance your career, or develop prospective clients, networking is considered key. Nonetheless, networking has developed a negative connotation. People often associate it with using peo... More »

Take Charge of Your Career

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Marshall Brown

The days of retiring after 30 years with one company are over. The days of employer loyalty (and employee loyalty, for that matter) no longer exist. In the past, as long as you did your job and met expectations, you were paid. Today's work world is full of uncertainty. ... More »

What Corporate America Can Learn From Physicians: It's All In How You Treat People

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It is clear that people are less likely to sue doctors whom they believe are acting in the patient's interest and who communicate clearly and kindly. Doctors discovered that good bedside manner is good business. This same principle holds true for business, good corporat... More »

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