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    1. One LinkedIn Employee’s Insider Tips For Job Searching On The Sly

      One LinkedIn Employee’s Insider Tips For Job Searching On The Sly

      There are a few things in life that bring about extreme levels of stress, and looking for a job typically makes the list—which also includes moving, wedding planning, and way at the top, having a new child. Those are all things about which friends, family, and coworkers all usually have lots of advice to share. But since I work at LinkedIn, I’m asked for job-hunting tips more often than any others.

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      Mentions: Philadelphia Google
    2. 7 Common Mistakes To Avoid In Your First 30 Days On The Job

      7 Common Mistakes To Avoid In Your First 30 Days On The Job

      In the honeymoon period of a new job, any and everything feels possible. You’re meeting new people, settling into your office, and the luster surrounding the work that you’ll be doing is as radiant as ever. Colleagues invite you to lunch, onboarding meetings abound, and your boss still cannot believe that they managed to land a talent quite like you. While it may seem like the work world is your oyster in the first month of a new gig, there are some limits.

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    3. The One Investment Most Startup Founders Don’t Make Early Enough

      The One Investment Most Startup Founders Don’t Make Early Enough

      “I need a cheap logo for my new business,” read one message I spotted last week in a Facebook group for entrepreneurs. I chuckled to myself and went back to work. I’ve seen hundreds of posts like this from startup founders trying to bootstrap their companies and looking to take care of design issues on the cheap. This used to be me.

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    4. It’s Your Coworkers’ Fault That You’re So Unproductive, But Not For The Reason You Think

      It’s Your Coworkers’ Fault That You’re So Unproductive, But Not For The Reason You Think

      But it’s not so simple as soon as you introduce other people into the equation. Your team members have their own preferences, habits, and strategies—and those idiosyncrasies will occasionally clash with yours. Maybe your boss sends you emails filled with half-baked ideas. She loves getting her thoughts down so you can run with them; however, you find it much easier to sit with her one on one and learn more about what she’s envisioning and which ideas you should prioritize.

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      Mentions: Google
    5. Everyone Knows HR Is Broken: Here’s How To Fix It

      Everyone Knows HR Is Broken: Here’s How To Fix It

      Human resources departments are easy targets. A month ago, Susan Fowler wrote an extensive blog post that immediately went viral about the ongoing sexual harassment she experienced at Uber. She pointed a finger at Uber’s HR team, which she says failed to take her complaints seriously.

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      Mentions: Apple Inc.
    6. TheSkimm Founders On What It’s Like To Start A Business With Your BFF

      TheSkimm Founders On What It’s Like To Start A Business With Your BFF

      TheSkimm’s founders, Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg, met when they were in college and reconnected several years later while working as news producers for NBC. Zakin and Weisberg sent out their first daily newsletter to a small group of their friends, family, and friends of friends on a Tuesday, in July 2012. For a while, the pair worked on their own to build the startup that quickly became an essential daily news digest for millennial women (and men).

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      Mentions: NBC Houston
    7. From $0 to Millionaire: How 6 Entrepreneurs Went Broke, Then Became Successful

      From $0 to Millionaire: How 6 Entrepreneurs Went Broke, Then Became Successful

      —AJ Rivera, entrepreneur , business consultant, and motivational speaker. Want to share your insights like those above in a future column? If you're an experienced entrepreneur , please get in touch here. Want to suggest a future topic for these ...

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    8. This Is How To Get Hired At Facebook

      This Is How To Get Hired At Facebook

      It’s no surprise that a lot of people dream of landing a job at Facebook. The social network’s massive reach means employees get to work on something that potentially affects billions of people. The company has also consistently placed high on the rankings of best places to work for offering career advancement, good benefits, and a positive culture. Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg also earned a 95% approval rating from his staff. But how, exactly, does one land a coveted spot at Facebook?

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    9. How GOP health bill could dramatically change lives of small business employees, Medicaid recipients

      How GOP health bill could dramatically change lives of small business employees, Medicaid recipients

      How will the Republican health care plan affect insurance coverage and costs if the Affordable Care Act replacement becomes law? We share stories of Americans likely to be affected, beginning with a small business owner and her employees, as well as an ...

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      Mentions: Ohio Republican FDA
    10. I Built A Bot To Apply To Thousands Of Jobs At Once–Here’s What I Learned

      I Built A Bot To Apply To Thousands Of Jobs At Once–Here’s What I Learned

      I have a great job, and there’s no rush to leave. As a director at a national nonprofit I’ve built some fantastic teams, but over the past year they’ve gotten so good at what they do that I’ve begun to wonder whether I’m still needed. So I started slowly casting about for new challenges, initially by applying (perhaps naively) to openings at well-known tech companies like Google, Slack, Facebook, and Squarespace.

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    11. How Middle Managers Provide Leadership Everyday

      How Middle Managers Provide Leadership Everyday

      Let’s set aside the boring debate about the difference between managers and leaders for a moment and take a look at daily life for most managers in organizations. The reality is that middle managers provide real leadership all the time. Although some middle managers think their job is to manage people, in my post 15 Things Leaders Can Manage (and One They Can’t), I explained how it’s not possible to manage people. We can manage processes and projects.

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    12. How This Entrepreneur Turned a Passion Into a $2 Million Business After the Death of His Wife

      How This Entrepreneur Turned a Passion Into a $2 Million Business After the Death of His Wife

      Starting a business is challenging and risky at the same time but launching it while your spouse is dying is even worse. Paul David spent over a decade working for a company that recruited top talent for businesses. He had first-hand knowledge on ways to recruit for the corporate world and always wanted to start such a business. It wasn't until his wife was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer that he actually decided to enter the startup world.

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      Mentions: California
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