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5 Ways To Get Noticed By Your Boss
Regardless of who the big boss is, the person who has the greatest impact on how quickly you move along your career path is usually the person you report to directly.

Five Ways to Get Noticed by Your Boss
Regardless of who the big boss is, the person who has the greatest impact on how quickly you move along your career path is usually the person you report to directly. This is why it is important that he or she not only pays attention to your work but appreciates the effort and expertise that you bring to your position. In the modern workplace this can be more difficult than ever with the emergence of team collaboration and remote work agreements.

Is Your Company in Danger of an Age Discrimination Suit?
Age discrimination has become an issue that more and more companies have to deal with. As the American workforce ages, there has been an increase in the number of age discrimination cases that have been filed with the EEOC. Between 1997 and 2007, there were an average of between 16,000 and 19,000 cases filed annually. Since 2008, the average number of complaints has risen to between 23,000 and 25,000 per year.

Covering Your Tracks When Looking for Another Job
Almost all employment experts agree that it is advantageous to search for a new job while still currently employed. It offers a variety of advantages as an applicant that those who are currently unemployed are not privy to. You are able to be more selective in the job search process, you have more leverage in the salary and benefit negotiations, and you are able to relax more during stressful interviews with potential new employers.

Five Ways to Get Noticed by Your Boss
Regardless of who the big boss is, the person who has the greatest impact on how quickly you move along your career path is usually the person you report to directly. This is why it is important that he or she not only pays attention to your work but appreciates the effort and expertise that you bring to your position. In the modern workplace this can be more difficult than ever with the emergence of team collaboration and remote work agreements.

How Much Should Social Media Impact Your Hiring Efforts?
Social media's role in human interaction has been growing for the past decade or so. Starting as a small engine to better connect with friends, social media has now grown to connect businesses and consumers, friends and relatives, and employers and potential employees.

Covering Your Tracks When Looking for Another Job
Almost all employment experts agree that it is advantageous to search for a new job while still currently employed. It offers a variety of advantages as an applicant that those who are currently unemployed are not privy to. You are able to be more selective in the job search process, you have more leverage in the salary and benefit negotiations, and you are able to relax more during stressful interviews with potential new employers.

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