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When Unemployment Is Low, Jobs Get Better

One of the most powerful messages you can send to an employer is in the form of your resignation. That’s because an employment relationship isn’t like a friendship. You’re being paid to show up to work every day. Quitting is saying “I’d rather not take your money any more.” And when unemployment is low—like it […]

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Wed, January 17 2018 » Change Managment and Learning Organization, Corporate Culture, Ethics and Fraud » No Comments

Perfectionism vs Incompetence vs Laziness

It seems like there are two reasons things don’t get done. One is perfectionism. This is when someone doesn’t want to declare work complete until it’s just right. Another is that people are genuinely incompetent. They aren’t sure how to do the work and they spend a ton of time running in circles and never […]

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Wed, December 6 2017 » Ethics and Fraud » No Comments

[INFOGRAPHIC] Dishonesty on Resumes

It’s time for another discussion about how much people tell the truth on their resumes. Are they being honest, stretching the facts, or worse? An infographic provides a roundup of some key stats.

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Wed, November 8 2017 » Ethics and Fraud » No Comments

Nine Salary Negotiation Questions

At some point in your career you’re going to have a discussion with an employer about how much they should pay you. I know, we live in Indiana, and Midwest sensibility is not to be pushy. But that’s not what it means to negotiate. Here are nine questions people ask on the topic of salary […]

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Wed, November 1 2017 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Corporate Culture, Ethics and Fraud » No Comments

Loyalty is Dumb (at Work)

Many of us think that loyalty is supposed to be a good idea. We want people to stand by us no matter what. Or we want to believe we can place our faith in a team or a leader, and that even through difficult times sticking with them will eventually be rewarded. But loyalty is […]

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Wed, October 25 2017 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Corporate Culture, Ethics and Fraud » No Comments

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