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Survey Finds Digital Talent In Greatest Demand

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The survey found that there is a huge perception gap between executives, managers and talent in the area of “career pathing.” and 5.4%

#SHRM Benefits Survey: 40% More Companies Offer Telecommuting

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According to SHRM’s 2016 Employee Benefits Survey , published today, 40% more organizations offer telecommuting in 2016 than in 1996.

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Eggs, Milk and Discrimination: Parental Work Perks That Don’t Work

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Extended parental leaves look great on paper, but in reality employees rarely use all that extra time. Not now, is the implication. Great!

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10 Things That Haven’t Changed For Women In The Business World

Career Realism

Work can be quite stressful at times, and it’s women who bear the brunt of work-related stress. More women than men report feeling stressed at work, which affects health and emotional well-being, according to an American Psychological Association survey. Flex Time Is Too Rigid. The Wage Gap. Working 9 To 5, And At Home.

The Workplace that Employers Will Need to Have in the Future

Corn on the Job

More employers are offering formal and informal work/life balance programs this year, like telecommuting (53), flex-time (60%) and sabbaticals (39%).

Despite Economic Challenges, the Trends of the Best and Brightest Companies to Work For Make Them Viable

Telecommuting Journal

Nominations Open for 2012. WARREN, Mich., Nominations are now being accepted for 2012. Visit www.101bestandbrightest.com to obtain an application.

Parental Work Perks That Don’t Work

Blogging4jobs

Extended parental leaves look great on paper, but in reality employees rarely use all that extra time. Not now, is the implication. Great!

my company does secret performance reviews we're not allowed to see

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Yes, he physically touched them multiple times, and no, the attention was not wanted by the women and they asked him to stop repeatedly.) NEVER!

short answer Saturday: 6 short answers to 6 short questions

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Our previous manager was a great manager and consistently received excellent ratings in employee surveys. Should I have argued back with him?

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Here’s her update: I thought I’d let you know that the charity in question moved some things around, and there is now a full time position that I had a phone interview with the director for this morning, and will have an interview with the whole BoD (all 14 of them!) No fudge room at all at any time. next week. updates

how can I get critical feedback?

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They actually said things for the survey about me that I’d never heard them say to my face before. This is a great question. Whats This?