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Mind the Gap: Managing Different Ages at Work

Mind the Gap: Managing Different Ages at Work

Four strategies for managing a multigenerational workforce It’s increasingly common to find yourself interviewing for a job with a potential boss who may be a decade or more younger than…

Employment Contracts 101

Employment Contracts 101

What to look for and what to avoid in an employment contract Being offered an employment contract can be a good thing or not. It all depends on whether or…

Executives Are “Ego Surfing” The Web For Business Information

Executives Are “Ego Surfing” The Web For Business Information

How companies are surfing the web to find out what people are saying Wondering what’s new about you? Type your name into Google or Yahoo and see what comes up.…

Discrimination At Work

Discrimination At Work

Federal Employment Laws Prohibiting Job Discrimination* The following Federal Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Laws prohibit job discrimination. These laws are enforced by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Title VII…

Generational Differences: Chorus Or Chaos?

Generational Differences: Chorus Or Chaos?

Dealing with generational differences in the workplace The workplace has always represented a melting pot of ages and life stages. It’s nothing new to find different types of employees in…

Dealing With Criticism

Dealing With Criticism

How to make criticism constructive not destructive Dealing with criticism can be tricky. Whether you’re on the giving or receiving end you’ll need to choose your words carefully. What you…

Business Leader, What Do You Charge For Talks?

Business Leader, What Do You Charge For Talks?

Appropriate fees for business executives seeking engagements I am often asked what fee CEO’s and business executives should charge for talks. Many have expertise, or have run a good business,…

11 for ‘11

11 Smart Career Tips for 2011 Andy Warhol said, “Being good in business is the most fascinating kind of art.” As a passionate executive recruiter, I couldn’t agree more, particularly…

Working at Home?

10 Ways to Be More Productive Ah, working at home… Visions of leisurely days, conference calls in comfy sweatpants, increased productivity with fewer interruptions. But the distinctions between work life…

10 for ‘010

10 smart leadership questions for 2010 If you’re like most business leaders, you spent much of 2009 feeling down and just about out—an often inescapable result of the worst recession…

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