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College Parties, Minus the Beer Binges
A growing number of no-alcohol programs are springing up on college campuses to provide alternatives to shots and beer pong.
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The High Price of Crying On the Job
Have you ever cried on the job? Or have you been faced with a crying employee or colleague? Crying on the job, at least for women, is almost always perceived badly, especially when done at a public meeting, a performance review or because of work stress.
Smoker? No Job for You!
Hiring managers are typically not allowed to discriminate on the basis or race or gender. But what about smoking? A growing number of hospitals and other companies have adopted controversial policies allowing them to turn down smokers as job applicants.
Does Your Work Wife Get a Valentine?
When Valentine's Day rolls around, some co-workers want to celebrate their deep—yet platonic—bond with their office spouse.
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Laid Off and Launching
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Five Signs You're a Bad Boss
Many managers are clueless about how they appear to employees. Here are five signals you may be one of them.
Higher Pay Gains Are Seen for 2011
U.S. workers have reason to hope for slightly better pay raises this year, a shift that could add momentum to the economic recovery.
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B-Schools Struggle to Get Global
Business schools like to tout their focus on globalization, but a new report from a b-school accrediting agency says most of their strategies don't go far enough.
Job Tax Plan Lands With a Thud
Republicans on Capitol Hill responded with hostility to a White House proposal to allow states to raise unemployment insurance taxes. But in some cash-strapped states, officials said the plan should be considered.
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Labor Shortage Persists in Some Fields
Companies are starting to hire again, but finding highly qualified applicants for more technical positions is proving a challenge for some firms.
Layoffs Down but Hiring Slow
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Using a Board Seat as a Stepping Stone
For many executives, a corporate directorship offers a route to move ahead. Here's how.
A Tale of Two Students
In middle school, Ivan and Laura shared a brief romance and a knack for trouble. Then they parted ways. Now he is college-bound and she isn't. How different schools shaped their paths.
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Re-Entering the Work Force
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MBA Grads Face Tough Job Market
The job market for business-school students is better than last year, but still isn't back to pre-recession levels, says the head of MBA Career Services Council.
Bosses' Small Gestures Send Big Signals
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SEC Urged to Revise 'Whistleblower' Plan
Big companies are urging the SEC to revise rules for awarding bounties to workers under the agency's proposed "whistleblower" program.
CEO: Google 'Very Proud' of Ghonim
Precious Metals Weigh on Manufacturers
A woman has been appointed dean of the Ross School of Business--the first in the school's 87-year-history, and still a relative rarity among business schools.
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The head of Cisco Systems' consumer-products business will leave the company, a spokeswoman announced in a company blog post Thursday.
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Michigan B-School Names First Female Dean
A woman has been appointed dean of the Ross School of Business--the first in the school's 87-year-history, and still a relative rarity among business schools.
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