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The 10 most common interview mistakes that cost you the job

Elizabeth Bromstein | Apr 17, 2015 4:20 pm

Making any of these mistakes could very well cost you the job you want. Knowing how to behave in the interview is of the utmost importance. Look lively and put your phone away.


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Woman penalized $1000 for breaching confidentiality agreement in a Facebook post

Norman Grosman| May 30, 2013 10:05 am


A confidentiality clause is included in virtually every settlement agreement between employers and employees. There are legal consequences for breaching these, as one woman found out when she posted her settlement on Facebook. Before even leaving the courtroom.



Category: Employment Law,
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Talent shortage: Employers report increasing difficulty finding the workers they need

Peter Harris| May 28, 2013 11:03 am


A new report shows that a growing number of companies globally feel like their ability to be productive is suffering from an inability to find the talented staff they need. Here are the most in-demand skills and positions.



Category: Latest News & Advice,
Bursting at the seams

The 10 jobs with the most obese people

Christina Bruce| May 27, 2013 4:46 pm


Ever think that sitting at a desk all day is helping you pack on the pounds? Well, you’re probably right. But it’s not just office jobs that are fattening up the population. A study has found some surprising occupations are in danger of having obese workers as well.



Category: Life At Work,
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Man hit with hefty tax bill when authorities discover ‘secret job’ on LinkedIn

Peter Harris| May 27, 2013 9:45 am


Key learning from the news this morning: If you’re going to claim to have no income, you shouldn’t post your job on your LinkedIn profile.



Category: Latest News & Advice,
What employers are really looking for in new grads

Study reveals what qualities employers really want in entry-level candidates

Peter Harris| May 25, 2013 1:25 pm


A new survey of hundreds of Canadian business owners reveals what they are really looking for in student and entry-level candidates. Surprisingly, education, experience, references and recommendations all rank near the bottom of the list. Here’s what they do care about.



Category: Latest News & Advice, Student,
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Which industries work the longest hours?

Christina Bruce| May 24, 2013 11:08 am


Find out which five industries are most likely to work 50-plus hours a week — and why that kind of schedule might actually backfire.



Category: Life At Work,
How to overcome job interview anxiety

What’s hurting men’s chances in job interviews – and how to overcome it

Peter Harris| May 24, 2013 10:50 am


Nervous that your upcoming job interview isn’t going to go well? Unfortunately, those worries may become a self-fulfilling prophecy – especially for men. Here are five tips for overcoming the interview anxiety that can hold you back.



Category: Job interviews,
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Clearing the last hurdle: How to avoid job reference red flags

Jenna Charlton| May 23, 2013 9:05 am


Collecting a reliable set of employment references is an ongoing process. Supplying them is usually the last hurdle you have to clear when securing each new job along the way. Here’s how to avoid getting tripped up at the finish line.



Category: Job Search Strategies,
How to create a sexy resume

Four tips for a ‘sexy’ resume – and four big turn offs to avoid

Peter Harris| May 22, 2013 11:20 am


In a tight job market – where employers can receive 100 applications for every opportunity they post, you need an exceptionally attractive resume in order to catch their eye. Here’s how you can make yours stand out – while avoiding the biggest blunders.



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