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12 April

New Report Shows That Double Majors Get Hired More Often

Two college majors are better than one. That is the conclusion that researchers are beginning to reach.

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11 April

After a Layoff, What Comes Next?

Layoffs are troubling times for those impacted by the business’ decision to downsize, leaving many to wonder what will happen now that they have been let go.

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09 April

What Does "Reduction in Force" Mean?

Human resources is full of weird sounding buzzwords that seem like they mean one thing and end up meaning another or - even if they truly mean what they logical appear to - the true definition is lost thanks to misuse.

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06 April

Why Do Layoffs Happen on Tuesdays?

There are a lot of things to consider when you are about to hold a layoff event or reduction in force (RIF). How long should the meeting be? Short, around 15 minutes long. What support should I offer my staff? Outplacement, which helps them get back on their feet and save your reputation. And, is there is a ‘good’ time to hold such an event?

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04 April

Why Are More People Doing Gig Work? They Like It

Thanks to companies like Lyft, TaskRabbit, and Instacart, it’s never been easier for Americans who can afford it to zip from place to place, get groceries delivered or let someone else walk their dog. Likewise, the number of Americans who are self-employed or independent contractors is soaring.

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