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Tuesday, January 6, 2015

[RED DEMOCRATICA] It's never smart to antagonize your employer

 

It's never smart to antagonize your employer | Lies, and how to deal with the lying liars who tell them | Don't be the dinosaur in an argument
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January 6, 2015
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Getting Ahead
It's never smart to antagonize your employer
Professionals should remember that a single inappropriate comment or action can be enough to ruin their relationship with their employer, writes consultant Laura Stack. "Even if something's wrong at your company, you can address it without making a scene," she writes. The Huffington Post (1/5)
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Lies, and how to deal with the lying liars who tell them
The average American tells two lies per day, although a minority of people tell most of the lies, writes Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic. Sometimes it's better to quietly point out that you haven't been fooled; other times, it's better to feign ignorance of the deceit. "Yes, you may feel insulted at being the target of deception, but reacting emotionally or confrontationally can backfire," Chamorro-Premuzic warns. Harvard Business Review online (tiered subscription model) (1/2)
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Get Creative: 10 Ways to Think Outside the Box
No matter your business, smart solutions come from out-of-the-box thinking. We all know creativity is king, but are you doing all you can to inspire and encourage creativity in your staff? Read the article and learn 10 ways to inspire creativity at your office.

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Don't be the dinosaur in an argument
To handle difficult conversations effectively, it's important to squelch your "dinosaur brain," which seeks fight-or-flight solutions to every problem, argues clinical psychologist Albert J. Bernstein. Tense, emotional situations are best handled by being calm, friendly and open-minded. "Anything that moves them from emotionally reacting to consciously thinking is good," Eric Barker writes. Barking Up The Wrong Tree blog (12/28)
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The ROI of Privacy with TRUSTe Solutions
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The Landscape
Feds to look into noncompete agreements
Congress has asked the Federal Trade Commission and Labor Department to investigate noncompete agreements, particularly those targeted at low-wage workers. Many employers say they rarely enforce noncompete agreements, but some labor experts say the agreements don't need to be enforced in order to affect the workforce. St. Louis Post-Dispatch/The Associated Press (1/4)
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Your Next Challenge
Rejected for the job? Mourn and move forward
Job seekers who experience rejection should give themselves time to wallow in their disappointment -- and then they should move on, Hannah Braime writes. "If you've been rejected, commit to returning to your goal as soon as you can: designate your mourning window, choose one action you're going to take afterwards, and then stick to it," she writes. Brazen Careerist/Brazen Life blog (1/5)
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Who's Hiring?
Position TitleCompany NameLocation
People Operations CoordinatorUberSan Francisco, CA
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Budget SpecialistICF InternationalFairfax, VA
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The Water Cooler
Arctic researchers go with the floe
Two researchers are spending the winter in a hovercraft parked on an Arctic ice floe in a bid to understand the shifting geoscience of the Arctic Ocean. The researchers have dealt with ice cracking and separating under their camp, as well as some lost equipment, but they have otherwise found success. New Scientist (1/1)
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Every gift which is given, even though it be small, is in reality great if it is given with affection."
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