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Rebounding From a Coronavirus Pay Cut

If you’re like many Americans today, the coronavirus pandemic has forced you take a cut in pay. For everyone, it’s unknown when their full pay will be restored. As people begin to return to work over the months ahead, it’s surely one of the questions they’ll want to ask. But when is the right time to approach your manager?

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Working From Home, Skeptics See the Light

In an NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll published on April 19, 2020 seventy-seven percent of the respondents felt that the coronavirus has changed their life  in a “very major” or “fairly major “ way  versus only twenty-six percent responding that way in the previous month’s survey.

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How to Build a Meaningful Relationship with a Recruiter in Your Industry

To help you find a job in your industry, and especially if it’s in a niche role, having a strong working relationship with a recruiter can be crucial.

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3 Ways Younger Workers Can Help Older Employees at the Offices

It’s important that everyone on the team can collaborate with one another effectively. It’s especially important for younger workers who want to better understand their older co-workers so they can succeed at the office. Here’s tips that can help them connect on a cross-generational level

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How You Can Successfully Negotiate Sign-on Perks and Benefits at Your New Job

As a candidate, that puts you in a great position to negotiate more during the offer stage and ensure your needs are met before accepting. Here are some tips that can help.

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