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Technology has made us more connected than ever, which means businesses have the power to allow employees to work from home. However, many managers are unsure of how to best handle this transition. Fears about communication difficulties, poor productivity, and employee success at home lead many managers to prefer their employees to stay in the office. This approach, unfortunately, benefits


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Steven John

Business trips are nothing new, but true vacations, on the other hand, are becoming a thing of the past. Few workers use the entirety of their annual paid leave, which is usually a scant two weeks anyway.

The Oracles, Contributor @THEORACLES

Fridays are notoriously unproductive, but with a little focus and prioritizing, you can start your weekend stress-free and be ready for the week ahead.
Here’s how these six go-getters end the work week:

Leslie Stevens-Huffman

What can a review of your most recent job interview (call it a “post-mortem” or a “retrospective”) teach you about the job-hunting process? As it turns out, quite a lot, including what went well—and what could have gone better. We recently contacted several software engineers who conducted a post-mortem review of their last job search. After analyzing the data and

Nick Kolakowski

If you have a job you’re satisfied with, updating your résumé might seem like a waste of time. But job loss can arrive unexpectedly; new management might lay off your division, for example, or decide that your project isn’t a priority. In light of that, it can pay to keep your résumé as updated as possible at all times. Spending

Nate Swanner

We’ve all been there: you apply for a job, and never hear back. It shakes your confidence, and makes you wonder why you wasted time crafting a snappy cover letter and resume.

Nick Kolakowski

You just graduated school! Congrats. Fortunately, you’re heading into the workforce at a particularly opportune time: Industry unemployment is low, and companies in all industries are happy to interview coders, data analysts, and other tech professionals for well-playing jobs.

Nick Kolakowski

By Nick Kolakowski It’s a brand new year, and even if you have zero urge to jump to a new job, it’s still worth updating your résumé: You never know when you might need it on short notice. (For example, if you’re a federal employee furloughed by the recent shutdown, you might have made a quick decision to pursue a

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