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4 Essential Resources for International Students During the FY 2020 H-1B Cap Season

(This article was published on the VAULT blog,  2 April 2019.)

The H-1B cap season for the fiscal year (FY) 2020 began on April 1, 2019. This means that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is currently accepting petitions for …

By Stephan Maldonado
Stephan Maldonado
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Whatever It Takes

When I was growing up, I idolized ballplayers who scrapped and worked hard to do what the team needed. They were always “whatever it takes” guys; lay down a bunt, hit behind the runner, hit the ball in the air …

By Michael K. Shaub
Michael K. Shaub Clinical Professor & Director of Deloitte Professional Program Director
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Expert tips for First-Time Managers

As a new manager, you’ll need to do more with less. Three experienced managers offer advice to help you get it done. 

Some people fall into management positions, some people work their way up the ladder to get into management …

By Matt Krumrie
Matt Krumrie Contributing Writer
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How to Convince Hiring Managers to Work with HR

by Mark Feffer, 26 March 2019 for SHRM.  Read the original article here.

Early in her career, Julie Blankenship, SHRM-SCP, worked with a line manager who bypassed HR to recruit and hire a skilled tradesperson. Along the way, the manager …

By Mark Feffer
Mark Feffer
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Inclusion at Work Starts with Creating Pathways to Belonging

(This post was written by Kathy Gurchiek was shared by Society from Human Resources Management, March 21, 2019.)

Our basic need for belonging can lead us to “demonize” people who we see as being different from ourselves and to create divisiveness. …

By Kathy Gurchiek
Kathy Gurchiek
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5 Ways to Position Yourself for Success at a New Job

You just transitioned to a new job, it’s a great opportunity, and you don’t want to mess it up. You know that you have to work hard at the outset, and that it’s important to position yourself for success in …

By Sam Radbil
Sam Radbil
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5 Things to Consider Before Starting Your Own Business and Working for Yourself

(This post was written by Keith Harrison was shared by Vault, 11 December 2018.)

Self-employment can be an attractive career path, thanks to the flexibility to work whenever and wherever you want, the unlimited earning potential, and the freedom to …

By Keith Harrison
Keith Harrison
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6 Unwritten Rules of Starting a New Job

(This post was written by Cecilia Harvey via Fairygodboss and shared by Vault, 06 November 2018.)

When starting a new job, there are certain written policies and procedures that all employees must know and comply with. There are also certain …

By Cecilia Harvey
Cecilia Harvey
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Top 10 Reasons You Didn’t Get the Job

(This post was written by Melisa Balestri-Eassey was shared from Big Interview.)

You may be familiar with some of these issues – others may surprise you because very few interviewers are willing to share honest feedback with candidates. In Part 2, …

By Melisa Balestri-Eassey
Melisa Balestri-Eassey
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How to Explain Technical Information to Non-Techies

(This post was shared from Quick Base.)

No one doubts the intelligence of technical people, but that doesn’t mean they’re good at everything. One of the areas where many could use some improvement is communicating technical information to non-techies.

Techies …

By Anita Bruzzese
Anita Bruzzese
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