Friday, August 1, 2014
Inquirer Daily News


Q: I'm quite new in my organization and was promoted over someone who's been here a lot longer. She's not happy but does not report to me – how do I handle it?
QUESTION: Two weeks ago, my husband "Barry" unexpectedly came home from work with a large flat-screen television.
Todd Paton has a booming Miami business getting customers noticed on the Web.
"Big banks to me are bad people," banker Frederick "Ted" Peters, outgoing chairman, chief executive and president of Bryn Mawr Bank Corp. said.
Some people just can't get away from work even when they're off the clock.
A private survey shows that businesses hired at a healthy pace in July, though the job gains slowed from the previous month.
Kristen Bell took a swing at the minimum wage debate with some humor.
For many job seekers, the “Do you have any questions for me?” portion of an interview signals the end is near.
Some employers won't care – or won't catch them – but mistakes in word usage can put your application in the reject pile.
You can learn a lot in college, but you may not come away with all the skills you need to succeed in the world of work.
Robert Hohman, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer at GlassDoor, talks about his company's online tool to link job seekers with employment openings.
If you’re interested in an easy way to improve your job performance and boost your career, it’s time to start a writing habit.
ATLANTA – In 2012, there were 43.1 million Americans age 65 and older. By 2050, that number is expected to reach 83.7 million, according to two...
When was the last time you worked a 40-hour week? Thought so.
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