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Honesty in the Job Search Process

A friend recently had an interview at an up-and-coming company here in Indianapolis. I asked her how it went. “They asked insightful questions,” she explained. “And I’ve probably never been so honest in a job interview.” That might be brilliant. Or, it might be a terrible mistake. Honesty isn’t always the best policy. Or is […]

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Wed, September 20 2017 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Corporate Culture, Ethics and Fraud » No Comments

Should You Discuss Your Salary With Colleagues and Friends?

This is one of those topics that you can’t summarize in one word. Should you reveal your salary to the people you work with? The answer is yes, and no, but yes, it probably doesn’t matter, and it’s complicated. And here in Indiana, it’s not any clearer than it is anywhere else.

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Tue, May 16 2017 » Corporate Culture, Ethics and Fraud » No Comments

Why Being Overqualified Can Get You Rejected

Everyone who is seeking a job knows that being overqualified can be just as bad as being underqualified. But there are tons of reasons beyond the obvious why you may be rejected for knowing too much. That’s the topic of a list of nine reasons overqualified jobseekers are rejected from JobMob. Most of their suggestions […]

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Tue, June 9 2015 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Ethics and Fraud » No Comments

Everybody Lies in the Job Search Process

Honesty matters. That’s what you learned from your parents, your teachers, your coaches, and the religious figures in your life. But everyone who has ever been involved in the job search process—whether as an employer or a candidate—knows that lying is commonplace. It’s time to have a heart-to-heart about dishonesty. Buckle up, because the truth […]

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Tue, April 14 2015 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Change Managment and Learning Organization, Ethics and Fraud » No Comments

The Candidate and the Piece of Trash

Recently I visited the offices of the Indianapolis Urban League to speak to a group of young professionals. They are interested in working to improve Central Indiana through a variety of initiatives, and wanted to learn more about networking. I often give these presentations to jobseekers and other groups, and the conversation almost always takes […]

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Tue, March 31 2015 » Corporate Culture, Ethics and Fraud » No Comments

9 Ways to Ensure Your Clients Actually Pay You

There is nothing more mind-numbingly frustrating than not getting paid what you’re owed. It can be a mistake in payroll or just not getting paid for services rendered. I actually got a direct deposit slip once (right here in Central Indiana) that said “NO PAY DUE,” as well as getting stiffed for a job completed. […]

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Tue, September 30 2014 » Ethics and Fraud » No Comments