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Leverage Offer

About a year and a half ago, during a transition in my life, I took a job I was overqualified for. I really do love the company, its perks and the people I work with. But my low salary has … Continue reading

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Torn between two job candidates?

Melody interviewed 10 people for a marketing assistant position, and two of the candidates stood head and shoulders above the rest — Matt and Alicia. Matt, a current employee of the firm, had worked there two years as an administrative … Continue reading

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Does Your Job Title Matter?

Does Your Job Title Matter? This became the talk in my circle after I sent out the article “Does Your Job Title Matter? ” I like to think of myself as a humble person, but full confession, I worked my … Continue reading

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Real life Q/A

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Do you remember when you learned to write? Do you remember your childhood dreams? I keep a photo on my desk of my childhood self and look at it often, but reading…

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Surprise Interview

On a crowded London commuter train, an early morning rider shoved and insulted a fellow passenger who got in his way. It was the kind of unfortunate and mindless moment that usually remains unresolved. But later that day, the unexpected … Continue reading

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