Top 5 Workplace Blogs of the Week for May 5th – May 11th
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Blogging4Jobs Top Blog of the Week:
- History of Terminations & Firings Because of Employee Social Media: Have you ever seen such a comprehensive list of social media terminations in one place? Blogging4Job’s offers you that! This is a great read to see a history of terminations due to social media. Read More.
Top Blogs of the Week:
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- Are Five Years Experience *Really* Required For That Job? I really hate reading job postings that say 5-10 years of experience needed for position when in reality if you’re hiring for someone 10 years older than me, good luck falling in with the latest trends. Read more.
- Gen Y’s Self-fulfilling Prophecy: How long have you been at your first job? For 22% of Gen-Y’ers they will be at thier job for 10+ years. I was at my first job for one, second job for 5, third job for 2, fourth job for 1, and now i’m working solo. What about you? Are you a statistic? Read more.
- Engagement Isn’t Optional: No it isn’t and here is why…. Read more.
- Women Don’t Take Full Credit For Their Work When They Work With Men: Agree or disagree? I’m all for shattering the glass ceiling, but I don’t even work in corporate America. Have you noticed this in your workplace? Read more.
- Is “College Degree Required” Illegal Racial Discrimination? This is a very interesting question. Come join the discussion with our friends at SmartRecruiters. Read more.
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