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If the shoes are too big, wear them anyway.

“What did you do this summer?” As I settle back into school this year, I’m having difficulty answering this question. Because really, I start by saying “I was the CEO for One Month at Adecco USA.” My summer led me to ten cities around the United States – even to Paris—while being at the forefront of […] Read Article “If the shoes are too big, wear them anyway.”

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Part Two: The Bionic Brain at Work

You can find part one, “Bionics Illuminating Workers,” here. Soon, bionics will enable humans to achieve more not only physically, but also intellectually. In New Equipment Digest, Robert Bates of Wipro notes that, if you include mobile devices, bionics is already ubiquitous in the workplace. We now carry the equivalent of a 1990s super computer in our […] Read Article “Part Two: The Bionic Brain at Work”

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Top Trending Medical & Science Jobs

The unemployment rate is declining, shifting the economy to a job seekers’ market. As medical and science jobs continue to increase, it is important to understand what jobs with be the highest in demand. The Medical and Science industry is rapidly growing along with the job creation in many areas. Which positions will potentially have […] Read Article “Top Trending Medical & Science Jobs”

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Recent FLSA Updates and What They Mean for Your Business

You may have already heard, but a federal judge in Texas recently struck down an Obama-era change to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) that would have significantly expanded who would qualify for overtime pay. Just how significant? Well, 4.2 million more workers would have been eligible for overtime, according to Forbes.com. Under the rule, […] Read Article “Recent FLSA Updates and What They Mean for Your Business”

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Part One: Bionics is Illuminating Workers

Last month, we discussed how automation gives as it takes in the workplace. Now, we will continue to discuss innovation, but in the form of bionics. In short, bionics is defined as mechanical systems that can replace human capacity. While bionics was once reserved for science fiction, it is now making its way into every industry. […] Read Article “Part One: Bionics is Illuminating Workers”

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Job Satisfaction: Do you love work or hate work?

The data around this topic is murky—some surveys determined that the majority of Americans love their jobs, while other surveys determined that the majority hate their jobs—but the main point is this: Lots of people either love or hate work, while some fall in between. What about you? Love work, hate work or fall somewhere […] Read Article “Job Satisfaction: Do you love work or hate work?”

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Medical and Science Professionals: 2018 Salary Guide is Here!

With the economy shifting to a job seekers market, attracting and retaining top medical and science professionals is critical. We’ve developed the 2018 Salary Guide to help you remain competitive in the ever evolving medical and science industry. Keeping in mind that salary is one of the most important benefits to medical and science professionals […] Read Article “Medical and Science Professionals: 2018 Salary Guide is Here!”

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Social media and work: don’t get fired over Facebook

Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, you name it. Social media is great when it comes to connecting with friends and family and staying current with news, but is it preventing you from getting a job—or putting you in danger of getting fired from your current job? Those questions are significant because we all put so much […] Read Article “Social media and work: don’t get fired over Facebook”

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Why do 34% of companies say no to succession planning?

Wow. More than a third of companies do NOT use succession plans. You’re surprised, right? At least a little bit? Because, admittedly, we were. And even though we thought we knew the reasons for this shift, we were bound and determined to confirm our suspicions. So we did. And what we found was interesting—something you […] Read Article “Why do 34% of companies say no to succession planning?”

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Avoiding Career Suicide: 7 Tips to Stop Interrupting

In today’s fast-paced society, speed often trumps courtesy. We’ve become accustomed to countless interruptions each day: expecting (and even welcoming) impromptu visits, text messages, social media alerts, or the click of an incoming call during a conversation. Yet, most of us would agree that being interrupted mid-sentence during a conversation still triggers a pang of […] Read Article “Avoiding Career Suicide: 7 Tips to Stop Interrupting”