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The Emotional Side of Customer Experience

Your customers are not as rational as you think they are. In fact, you are not as rational as you think you are. You, like your customers, are an …

Six Very Clear Signs That Your Job Is Due To Be Automated

Anesthesiologists’ jobs look safer than radiologists’ jobs. Here’s why.<p>In H. G. Wells’s classic <i>The War of the Worlds</i>, the narrator pauses a moment to rue the fact that he didn’t react sooner to the arrival of an “intelligence greater than man’s”–in his case, Martians landing on earth. Comparing …

3 Scenarios for the Future of Work

Keeping one of three worlds in mind, your organization can be ready for whatever comes its way from the global economy.<p>A lot has been said about the future of work, but no one knows for sure what things will really look like. The best companies have constantly evolving strategies that incorporate …

Job hunting? This will help get your social media profiles recruiter-ready.

If you’ve amassed a large, diverse social media collection, it’s safe to say you’re probably having a hard time keeping up with them all.<p>Facebook you …

Only 14% of New Grads Want to Work for a Big Company

Do large companies still expect entry-level hires to start in some dreary job at the anonymous bottom of the org chart, paying their dues for years …

“Rise of the Robots” – It’s Time for Accountants to Be Afraid

<b>“They’re coming – for your job.”</b><p>That’s the ominous message for everyone benighted enough to believe in job security under the Big Audit model, as …

Economist says uploaded brains will take over all jobs within 100 years

Robin Hanson predicts in "The Age of Em" that we'll develop cheap technology for emulating brains on computers in the next 100 years.<p>He expects emulations, or ems, to be like human brains but able to run 1,000 times faster and be copied. He predicts they will quickly put every human out of work and …

KPMG changes graduate interviews to suit millennials

<b>Accountancy firm KPMG has changed its graduate recruitment process to suit people born between 1980 and 2000 - the so-called millennial generation.</b><p>Instead of conducting three separate assessments over several weeks, it will now combine the process into one day.<p>The firm says the change will mean …

Work-life Balance

How to resign: Hand in your notice without burning bridges

You relish the moment you will tell your boss that you are leaving to work for more money at a competitor. But before you rush to hand your notice in, make sure you know how to handle what can be an awkward conversation.<p>I have never been very good at goodbyes. In fact, I would go so far as to say I …

Five Reasons To Hang Up On A Headhunter

I hear from a lot of job-seekers who are under the false impression that if only they could find a kindly recruiter to help them in their job search, their troubles would be over.<p>They are confused about how recruiters — sometimes called headhunters — make money. Recruiters make money when they can …

Employment

What Makes People Feel Upbeat at Work

Creating a positive work environment sounds like a noble aspiration for both businesses and the people who work for them. No one ever says that they want to work in a negative environment, after all, or even in a blasé one. And yet, in late April, the National Labor Relations Board issued a ruling …

Psychology

Here's what Richard Branson, Elon Musk, and 22 other successful people ask job candidates during interviews

That's why they steer clear of these cliché queries and instead ask more meaningful ones.<p>Many top execs have their one favorite go-to question that reveals everything they need to know about a job candidate.<p>Here are 24 of them.<p><i>This is an updated article originally written by Alison Griswold and</i> …

Employment

5 Ways to Bomb Your Phone Interview

About<p>With over 100K strong in our network, RecruitingBlogs.com is part of the RecruitingDaily.com, LLC family of Recruiting and HR communities.<p>Our …

The Right Way to Check Someone’s References

You think you’ve found the right candidate to fill your open position and now it’s time to check references. What’s the best way to get the information you need? Should you ask each person the same questions? What do you read—if anything—into the tone of their voice? And how do you overcome the …

Jevons Paradox and the Future of Employment

My new teaching assistant.<p>Four years ago, I wrote a somewhat pessimistic article about Jevons paradox. A 19th-century British economist, William …

The Key Skill Robots Will Need To Master Before Taking Your Job

Before they can take over bigger chunks of the workforce, robots may need to learn to make small talk. Few of us seem willing to let them.<p>The risk that your job will be automated out of existence depends, of course, on the job you do. For many, that’s already happened–typically in roles and …

How Work Will Change When Most of Us Live to 100

Today in the United States there are 72,000 centenarians. Worldwide, probably 450,000. If current trends continue, then by 2050 there will be more than a million in the US alone. According to the work of demographer Professor James Vaupel and his co-researchers, 50% of babies born in the US in 2007 …

27 words candidates say that make recruiters cringe

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Employment

The 25 most attractive UK employers revealed

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Online Life

Employment rate hits record high

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Online

Everything you need to know about recruitment scams

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Online Life

The future of work

<i>Technology has always changed employment, but the rise of robotics and artificial intelligence could transform it beyond recognition. Researchers at</i> …

How Chatbots And Deep Learning Will Change The Future Of Organizations

Don’t let the fun, casual name mislead you. Chatbots—software that you can “chat with”—have serious implications for the business world. Though many businesses have already considered their use for customer service purposes, a chatbot’s internal applications could be invaluable on a larger scale. …

Cognitive Computing

Here's what your office might look like in 10 years | The Network | The Network

Glen Hiemstra has spent two decades studying the future. He tries to understand and articulate the kind of future we want as individuals, organizations, and societies.<p>In other words, he helps companies better anticipate tomorrow’s threats, opportunities, and competition as a seasoned futurist. One …