Chaos Reigns at Content Management Vendors

This year has seen a lot of change at the executive levels of multiple Content Management vendors. This has spawned a long list of articles of people speculating what must be going on at the various companies....
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Four typical breakdowns of succession strategies that most HR leaders fail to realize

Despite increased investments, most organizations don't have the leadership candidates in place to meet future demands. In fact, CEB research finds that only 28% of current leaders were predetermined by...
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DOL Says New Rules Coming on LGBT Discrimination, Pay Secrecy in Contracting

Employers wanting to know what Washington, D.C. is up to next should pay attention to the regulators. They’re the ones who put the meat on the bones of congressional legislation and presidential...
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Cells phones at work

Do you have a cell phone policy for employees during working hours? If not, it might be in your interest to have one, as our resident columnist Robin Paggi explains. Cells Phones at Work In September,...
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IRS Releases Highly Anticipated Cash Balance Plan Regulations

Recently issued regulations provide long-awaited guidance to sponsors of hybrid retirement plans on a variety of issues, including the market rate of return requirement and required changes for plans using...
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The most bizarre interview we’ve ever heard about

This idiotic candidate broke three basic rules of job interviewing: 1) Don’t show up drunk, 2) don’t get angry when you’re asked questions, and 3) don’t assault the boss. And...
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4 ways the GOP could actually change Obamacare

With Republicans now in control of both houses of Congress, Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell has publicly vowed to repeal the healthcare reform law at any cost. That’s not going to happen while President...
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EEOC’s litigation strategy gets slapped around in Senate hearing

Republicans’ predicted assault on what some employers perceive as over-aggressive agency enforcement of employment laws may have just begun — and they haven’t even taken control of Congress...
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No, the world is not fair. Good-looking people do better. Get over it.

Apparently, the world is exactly as superficial as we all feared. Richard Madison, marketing executive of the online Brighton School of Business and Management in Britain, recently put together some stats...
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Successful Delegation — Developing Your Productivity Skills

Learn how to master the skill of delegation and become more productive at work. One of the fundamental problems that people have when making the step up to management is the inability to delegate effectively....
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