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Are You Limiting Your Career Growth?

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As you were telling a coworker your boss is a total idiot, he walked by.  The look on his face was enough to make you cringe.  You knew instantly you were no longer on the short list as a possible replacement.  Unfortunately, your off-handed comment just became a career limiting move (CLM). CLMs are actions […]

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Eliminating Single Points of Failure

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The term “single point of failure” is often associated with technology. It is used to describe critical application systems, devices or processes which have no backup solution in place to prepare for an unplanned outage. If you are in a situation where you are the only one on your team who is aware of how […]

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Could Your Facebook Page Get You Fired?

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The recruiter called to tell you the great news.  You aced your job interview.  However, the company needs to perform a standard background check before your offer letter can be mailed out.  Naturally you are not worried.  You have never been arrested.  You have great credit.  Your academic record is outstanding. So imagine your surprise […]

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Is Working From Home An Option?

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When the Bureau of Labor Statistics released its 2008 American Time Use Survey, it noted 21% of employees worked at home either part-time or full-time.  These results remind us the majority of jobs are still performed from a location other than the home.  However, as companies look to decrease the cost of maintaining office space, […]

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I Need A New Career

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Even in this tough economy, many people are dissatisfied with their current jobs.  A variety of reasons are frequently offered for the discontent, but they generally fall into three major categories – better work-life balance, lack of interest in a chosen career, and  frustration with the politics or rat race in corporate America. For those […]

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