July 11th, 2012

Is It Time We Finally Part Ways With the National Labor Relations Act?

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By Michael J. Lotito and Sara B. Kalis Some 77 years after the National Labor Relations Act was first enacted, it may be time to question the wisdom of keeping the NLRA on the books. First enacted in 1935, an era of acute industrial strife during the Great Depression, the purpose of the…

Facebook Decides to Jump Into the Job Board Business

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According to Dow Jones Newswires, Facebook will be launching their own jobs board as soon as August. The effort would be the social network’s first serious exploration of the careers space that many have been predicting for years. While details about the planned move are sketchy at this point, it is believed that…

Are These the Most Outrageous Resume Blunders? You Be the Judge

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Do old-fashioned resumes still work? There’s an ongoing debate that never seems to end over that topic, but whether they do or whether they don’t, one thing is certain: a lot of people seem oblivious to the dumb, silly and outrageous things that they put on them. That’s what makes CareerBuilder‘s annual Most Outrageous…

Keys to Great Leadership: It’s About Using Your Head — and Your Heart

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By Bob Vanourek and Greg Vanourek A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination. — Nelson Mandela Seabiscuit illustrates a central point about the quest for the triple crown: both head and heart are required. The way most leaders go about identifying and developing talent is utterly insufficient for what is needed…

60 Interview Questions

60 Interview Questions

(Editor’s note: With so many new ERE members coming on all the time, we thought that each week we’d republish one popular classic post. Here’s one, below.) You’ll find in the interview questions below some you are asking already, some you haven’t been but would like to, and others that just don’t fit…