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What are the hardest job interview questions?

When it come to interview questions there are several types of tough – from the incredibly technical to the daft, via the ones where you are supposed to talk about your bad points in a way that doesn't make the prospective employer recoil.<p>The careers website Glassdoor has compiled a list of what it …

There Are Only Three Kinds of Jobs Where Women Earn More Than Men

Counselors, health technicians, and part-time workers.<p>As a general rule, American men earn more than American women. This holds true across industries, across education levels, and across states. But, there's at least one big exception: part-time employees.<p>In 2012, women who worked less than 40 …

The Hidden Side of Meetings

Managers at every level almost universally complain that many of their meetings are a waste of time. It’s an old story, repeated over and over: “We didn’t have an agenda.” “We didn’t manage the time well.” “We didn’t have the right people to actually make any decisions.” It’s a long list of …

Can I Wear A Sheer Blouse To The Office?

<b>Style Strategy</b><p>I’m constantly in search of light, airy pieces that will keep me cool for those hot, humid summer days. Sheer fabrics, such as chiffon, are a great choice for keeping it light. But is a sheer blouse appropriate for the office? If you style it right, I think it certainly can be. Take …

Six Reasons Your Best Employees Quit You

There’s a saying that employees don’t leave companies, they leave managers – and today they are leaving more often than ever. According to recent Department of Labor statistics, the average tenure of an employee in the U.S. is now only 1.5 years. What do these numbers mean? Are managers doing that …

Why You Need a Career Coach--Even Though You Own Your Own Business | Inc.com

Career coaches are hired by the big boss to help his or her direct reports overcome their flaws, right? And since you are the boss, you don't need a coach.<p>It's this type of flawed thinking that limits the potential of many entrepreneurs and the businesses they run. Part of the problem of being the …

Employment

Why Some Employees Need To Be Fired

When we were kids, we used to play the ‘dead weight’ game – where you’d go absolutely limp on the ground and see how hard it was for your friends to lift you up. We found it unaccountably hilarious.<p>In later life, I became fascinated about this phenomenon: Why does a person who’s gone limp seem to …

Lessons Learned From Unpaid Internships

An article with the very dramatic title <i>Has Hollywood Ignited an Intern Uprising? Examining the Brewing Revolution</i> appeared on the site <i>The Wrap</i> yesterday. As a former Hollywood intern who has done her fair share of filing, sprinting across the street to buy berry flavored gum for the boss, and …

What It Takes to Be a Boss Every Employee Loves

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Being a successful leader means being good at what you do and possessing integrity. But more than anything, it's about your ability to build healthy relationships with others -- particularly those who work for you.<p>As an entrepreneur, …

Your Nice Boss May Be Killing Your Career

Chris spent years working for a supportive, encouraging manager at a major technology company headquartered in Silicon Valley. In fact, his boss raved about him. His manager gave him top ratings in his performance evaluations, space to do his work, and had never been controlling. He was, according …