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Hiring for Potential vs Experience

When reviewing candidates to fill job openings, employers are often faced with the dilemma of hiring for potential vs experience. Focusing too much on experience can narrow the talent pool and can cause employers to overlook a candidate’s potential.

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Three Tips for Developing a Great To-Do List

Most jobs require us to multi-task in one form or another, which is why working on our day-to-day tasks requires a lot of careful planning and organization if want to execute our projects and tasks efficiently and successfully.

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Three Reasons Why Micromanaging Is a Bad Idea

Bosses, especially new managers, can sometimes mistake being a great leader as being someone who tries to do it all. When a boss tries to do it all, they can end up micromanaging. Whether you’re the CEO or a team leader, making sure you don’t cross that line is an important to your success as a manager. […]

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Well-Paying Part Time Jobs in the Omaha Area

Looking for a seasonal, weekend or an evening job to supplement your income? Careerlink has put together a guide to well-paying part-time jobs in the Omaha and Lincoln area. Because many people look for part-time work to help pay the bills (or make the holidays merry), making more than the federal minimum wage of $7.25 […]

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Honest Leaders Create Better Teams, Honestly

Only 15 percent of workers said their current companies were doing a “very good” job fostering honesty at the office, according to a recent survey conducted by 15Five. In the workplace, some leaders struggle with balancing politeness and honesty. What impact do honest leaders have on their team and its productivity?

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How to Deal with Tattletales in the Workplace (Part II)

Tattletales can be disruptive, often wreaking havoc on employee morale and productivity. But, there are major differences between reporting an issue and tattling. Learn how to identify when it’s time to alert your manager and when it’s time to take a “cool-off” lap around the break room.

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How to Deal with Tattletales at Work (Part I)

Chances are we’ve all either tattled or been the target of a tattler. We often think of tattling as a thing that happens on the playground between kids, but it’s not uncommon to have to deal with tattletales at work.

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Six Steps for Introducing New Technology Into Your Business

Think a new technology implementation will be the silver bullet to solve all your business problems? Think again. A University of Oxford study found that, overall, IT projects run 45 percent over budget and 7 percent over time. What’s more, they deliver 56 percent less organizational benefits than predicted.

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