Social Networking Your Way Out of a Job

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Mark Gottschalk  May 24 2010 09:17:08 AM | The High Road Four in ten workers criticize their workplace on social networking sites; other 60% think the first 40% are not too bright… Mark Gottschalk The High Road Blogmaster On the long list of ways to stupidly sabotage your career, criticizing your employer on your Facebook… Read more »

Ready or not, the workplace will get a lot more mobile, social

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By Kevin McCaney | Jul 16, 2010 | Government Computer News Government agencies have grappled with how best to incorporate smart phones and social networking applications into the enterprise — in addition to deciding whether to incorporate them at all. But as younger employees enter the agencies’ workforce, it could be helpful to know how they… Read more »

Eight Phrases Your Boss Doesn’t Want to Hear

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Choose your words carefully and you’ll not only avoid missteps — you’ll become a more valued employee, suggests columnist Dave Willmer. Computerworld — Maintaining a positive relationship with your manager is key to a productive, satisfying job. And the actions you take — completing your work on time, putting in extra effort when necessary, volunteering… Read more »

Social Networking Your Way Out of a Job

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Mark Gottschalk  May 24 2010 09:17:08 AM | The High Road Four in ten workers criticize their workplace on social networking sites; other 60% think the first 40% are not too bright… Mark Gottschalk The High Road Blogmaster On the long list of ways to stupidly sabotage your career, criticizing your employer on your Facebook… Read more »

“Thumbs up’ not always a sign of approval

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Sandeep Tatla, Financial Post Published: Wednesday, April 28, 2010 Understanding communication in today’s diverse workforce can reduce conflict and get you noticed. “Give me a ring about the figures after the May two-four weekend and we’ll go over them then with a fine tooth comb.” For many, these instructions are very clear: Give me a telephone… Read more »

Be aware of your Facebook practises

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Painful social-networking gaffes, with corporate consequences Christopher Steiner and Helen Coster, 04.13.10 (Forbes) With 400 million registered users, Facebook is a great place to find a job. For more than a few cavalier souls, it’s a great place to lose one, too. By now you’d think folks would know what to let fly on Facebook… Read more »