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5 Mistakes That Lead To Low-Ball Salaries

Career Realism

5 Mistakes That Lead To Low-Ball Salaries. Work It Daily. Rule #1 of salary negotiation: the first offer is never the best one. Related: How To Answer Interview Questions About Salary. Here Are Some Other Mistakes Which Can Result In Low Salaries: 1.

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5 Mistakes That Lead To Low-Ball Salaries

Career Realism

5 Mistakes That Lead To Low-Ball Salaries. Rule #1 of salary negotiation: the first offer is never the best one. Related: How To Answer Interview Questions About Salary. Here Are Some Other Mistakes Which Can Result In Low Salaries: 1.

short answer Saturday: 7 short answers to 7 short questions

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I’m a manager trying to protect my employees from this as I completely disagree. It’s true that there can be times when a manager truly does need to mandate “all hands on deck” for a certain period of time — for instance, during a product launch or leading up to the election if you’re working on a political campaign. Who pays for telecommuters’ office supplies? How long is too long to keep my life on hold for a job offer?

short answer Sunday: seven short answers to seven short questions

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I was not working for her (or the organization) at the time; however, via conversation with her, I know of the date. My boss was my boyfriend’s mother I have begun my job hunt once more and am worried about one thing in particular: my last boss. At work, when expected, working.

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how can I get employees to use vacation time? — Ask a Manager

Ask A Manager

January 19, 2011 A reader writes: I have recently begun supervising a small team on a university administrative staff where employees are allowed to carry over a portion of their unused vacation time and can cash it out if they leave/are laid off from the job. I may as well be at work.

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is allowing smoke breaks unfair to non-smokers? — Ask a Manager

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But it DOES have a policy where you get a 10 minute break for every 4 hours you work, and a half hour for every 6 hours you work (it amounts to a break every 2 hours, more or less). And even if its slow, labor cutbacks have made it so there is ALWAYS more work that needs to be done.

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