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Hunting for Red Flags: Surviving a Background Check

You've aced the interview with the right combination of expertise and enthusiasm, but there is one more hurdle, the background check. You're home free, right? Hardly.

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Public transportation is a jobs and equality issue

Public transportation is a jobs issue. If you don’t believe that, take a look at Philadelphia, where lack of efficient mass transit from the city to the suburbs is keeping a lot of people out of work.

Thought for the Week

"Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending."

–Maria Robinson

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from Harris

How Companies Keep Top Talent:

  • More pay, 43%
  • Improving professional development, 18%
  • Improving corporate culture, 15%
  • Communicating plans for corporate growth, 10%
  • Improving benefits, 6%
  • More telecommuting, 5%
     

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  4. LGBTQ Workers Still Face Legal Discrimination
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