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  • Affirmation: Coping With Bad News January 21, 2020
    Let’s face the facts: life is full of both good and bad surprises. You can’t live your life worried about bad news, otherwise you’ll paralyze yourself in fear. Instead, you need to become more resilient and learn how to expect the unexpected. You really can learn how to cope with unexpected news and become a […]
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  • Career Monday: Taking a Leave of Absence Without Derailing Your Career January 20, 2020
    For most of your working life, you’ll probably juggle your responsibilities at home and the office, but sometimes personal issues demand your full attention. Maybe you’re expecting twins or undergoing major surgery. Maybe you’re joining the army or going back to school temporarily. A leave of absence can be the ideal solution for such major […]
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  • Q&A: What sort of questions should we ask and avoid asking during a job interview? January 16, 2020
    The questions you ask in a job interview should all be job-related and nondiscriminatory. You should avoid questions that are not job-related or that cause an applicant to tell you about their inclusion in a protected class. For example, if the position requires someone to lift 25 pounds repeatedly throughout the day, you should ask […]
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