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  • 'Are you a culture fit' in 6 steps
    'Are you a culture fit' in 6 steps
    Culture fit...what exactly is it?Today's workplace is replete with tough terrain on the way to success. The best way to determine if you can succeed at XYZ organization is by understanding its culture (terrain). Then, you can discern whether...
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    Job search channels
    With the advent of the Internet job hunt has become much easier. But, on the other hand, all this takes time, because while you wander through different sites in search for work, you kill more than one hour or even a day. I am saying this to the...
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    Washington State sees another increase for October's unemployment rate
    The Employment Security Department released October unemployment numbers last week, stating an increase in the state’s unemployment rate up to 6.0% from September's number of 5.7%. The rest of the nation continues to trend downward,...
  • John 14:2
    Billy Graham off the mark on the dead doing work in heaven
    When preachers, such as Billy Graham, speak about religion the ultimate payoff for belief is eternal life in heaven, a perfect realm where the invisible sky-god lives. Since preachers can only offer words as proof for this idea, they count on...
  • A happy family
    Success is often seen when young people's goals include family and career
    The goals which teens have for the future can have a great impact on their future. Penn State News reported on Nov. 4, 2014 that researchers have found when young people's goals for the future include family and career the outcome is more...
  • Employees can walk their way to higher productivity
    Walking workstations could be the key for employee obesity
    For many employees an eight hour day can mean hours spent sitting at a desk with poor posture and low metabolic rate, however help is at hand. A recent study published by the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) found that...
  • Work
    Are You Someone Who Lives To Work Or Someone Who Works To Live?
    The day I graduated from college, a very smart person told me that, when looking for a job, it was very important for me to look for a position based on the things that I like to do, and not to settle for the first position that crossed my path....
  • Talk IS Work
    Talk IS Work
    Determining the value of work – any kind of work you do – is simple.Here are the three value indicators of work.You count value when you work.You add value when you work.You subtract value when you work.Counting value means doing work...
  • Consider jobs that do not require a college education
    Consider jobs that do not require a college education
    Some young people may not want to go to college or might want to go part time to college while they work. This article will discuss different career fields and jobs that give their employees good careers, even though they do not require a college...
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    Germany considers ban of work-related messages after 6pm
    According to some recent research, the average office employee in Germany works a 13-hour day. They're not actually chained to their cubicle for that long, but even during what should be their off hours, they're compelled to respond...
  • Carlos Slim
    Carlos Slim wants the 3-day work week to be real
    We all think a three-day work week would be best, right? Surprisingly, so does the richest man in the world. Mexican telecom mogul Carlos Slim told CNN Money on Oct. 8 that he believes the short week will become a reality. Slim believes we all...
  • What Turns You On?
    What Turns You On?
    Let’s begin this article by stating unequivocally this examiner writes about your career and workplace. Therefore the subject matter is not about that, "what turns you on", so get it out of your head now...Each day when you are...
  • Smile again!
    4 Best Rules Ever for Working & Working with Others (No Dumb Questions, Have...)
    My #1 rule at the beginning of any intentional conversation, any 10-minute or longer meeting, or any newly-formed project team: “There are no dumb questions.”Yes, people laugh when I state the rule, but most (not all) come to embrace...
  • Anxiety in the workplace
    Ergophobia: The fear of work
    Ergophobia (taken from the Greek language literally meaning work-fear), is a little recognized, severe form of anxiety which is so crippling that the sufferer is incapable of either going out to work, maintaining jobs for long periods of time, or...
  • Beware of scam artists after a disaster
    Beware of scam artists after a disaster
    After a disaster, the affected people are in shock and usually are not thinking clearly. This is a perfect environment for the scam artist. This article will discuss how to recognize these despicable people and how preppers can keep from being...