Work 9 to 6 for Salary and 6 to 9 for Career

  During my 19 years career in IT industry the toughest puzzle has been work-life balance and I have seen different kinds of people across the world approaching it in different ways Click on the following link to read the full story: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/work-9-6-salary-career-souvik-roychoudhury?trk=hp-feed-article-title-like

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Debunking the Myth About the Millennial Workforce

Many employers see the millennials (a.k.a. “Generation Me” or “Generation Y”) as a difficult challenge and spend a tremendous amount of effort developing new and unique strategies to engage them. And yet, few companies take the time to ask themselves an important question: “Isn’t the millennial generation simply trying to live out what previous generations

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What does the state of your desk say about you?

Do you have trouble locating your computer screen amid the jungle of old coffee mugs and scattered papers? Or is your workspace a minimalist’s dream? Every office worker has a particular type of desk they keep, and a number of studies suggest that how you keep your workspace might affect how you work, from the

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8 Things Successful People Do To Look Confident (Even When They Aren’t)

Confidence is key to your career success. Research suggests that those who display more confidence than competence are more admired, awarded a higher social status, and have more influence. But there are times when you may not feel confident, such as when speaking on stage to an audience, having a one-on-one conversation with a new person or

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A New Year Is Coming — Does Your Job Still Deserve You?

  The end of the year is crazy at most workplaces because the most common fiscal year end is December 31. If the end of the calendar year isn’t your company’s fiscal year end, it’s still the end of a quarter and with the holidays on top of that, you’re likely to be busy. At

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Ten Reasons Successful People Change Jobs More Often

A lot of working people and job-seekers worry about looking like “job hoppers.” They force themselves to stick it out at jobs they hate, because they’re afraid that employers might spurn them if they have too many short-term jobs on their resumes.   http://www.forbes.com/sites/lizryan/2016/10/28/ten-reasons-successful-people-change-jobs-more-often/#1ee82fc726a9

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25 lessons on leadership your business can’t live without

  I’m grateful each and everyday that I’ve been fortunate enough to be in a leadership position without jeopardizing my integrity. But, it hasn’t been the smoothest of roads. I’ve definitely made my fair share of mistakes along the way and am constantly working on making sure that I never repeat them. How have I been

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8 Tips for Onboarding New Employees

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, it costs an average of $13,996 to replace an employee. That means hiring managers need to take the time to turn their new hires into top performers. Otherwise, they’ll be wasting a lot of money when those underperforming employees either jump ship or get fired. The following eight tips

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Who’s Winning the War for Talent?

Who’s Winning the War for Talent? Let’s face it, globalization is not something you can hold back, despite what some policy makers might argue. Brexit non-withstanding, the beat goes on with the migration of talent. #FutureRunDown Until artificial intelligence makes some paradigm shift towards being able to self-learn and self-replicate (2040s), the best we got

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Essential tips for older job seekers

Ageism is real. When searching for a new job as a more experienced job seeker, you will encounter recruiters who are much younger than yourself and they may believe all kinds of stereotypes about jobseekers with a certain age http://www.careers24.com/career-advice/job-hunting/essential-tips-for-older-job-seekers-20161007

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Being Unemployed Doesn’t Mean You Shouldn’t Be Working

When someone is unemployed, they generally have a single goal in mind: to find a job. Unfortunately, even if you fully commit yourself to landing a gig, there’s no telling when you might wind up at a new place of employment.According to Rosemary Haefner, chief human resources officer at CareerBuilder, “More than 40 percent of

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How to Explain Gaps in Your Employment History

It’s not unusual to go through a period (or several) of unemployment during your career. In fact, nearly 8 million Americans are currently jobless. Whether your time off was the result of a voluntary sabbatical or an unexpected illness, deciding how to address it during your job hunt can be a challenge https://www.recruiter.com/i/how-to-explain-gaps-in-your-employment-history/

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The worst and best way to answer “Tell me about yourself” during an interview

Most people would agree that talking about themselves is probably one of the easiest things to do. After all, who knows you better than yourself, right? Yet, if you’ve gone through your fair share of interviews you’ll probably agree that answering “Tell me about yourself” never gets easy. http://www.careers24.com/career-advice/interview-tips/how-to-and-how-not-to-answer-tell-me-about-yourself-20160902

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How to Beat Your Interview Nerves

Interview nerves are something most people can relate to, whether it’s butterflies in the stomach, sweaty palms (be sure to discreetly wipe these before shaking hands!), or something else minor like that. https://www.recruiter.com/i/how-to-beat-your-interview-nerves/

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Fancy Job Titles: causing more damage than good

  The job description is very important while defining the roles and responsibilities of a certain position and what is expected out of that person once in the organisation. However, what helps in creating the hierarchy on papers in the Job Title attached to the role. If you are already sitting in the top management

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