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[RED DEMOCRATICA] Website lets job seekers do "background checks" on companies


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January 23, 2015
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Invest in yourself to grow as a professional
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Collaboration doesn't mean constant agreement
A key to effective collaboration is learning to respectfully disagree with others, writes Paul Ruderman, the CEO of UpdateZen. "I encourage my people to fight for their ideas if they feel strongly about them," he writes. Lifehacker (1/20)
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The House is considering several bills that seek to reduce the federal workforce through attrition. One would limit most federal agencies to one new hire for every three who quit, and would impose a hiring freeze in 2017 if attrition goals are not being met. (1/21)
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The IDC Market Spotlight on Network Automation and Agility
The arrival of virtualization, cloud computing, and mobility has strained data center networks—and IT staff—like never before. This Market Spotlight explains how data center network fabrics provide a foundation for automated provisioning, configuration, and management of network-based services in a new era of IT agility. Download now.

Your Next Challenge
Website lets job seekers do "background checks" on companies
Craft is a website that invites job seekers to research companies using information gathered from Twitter, LinkedIn and hundreds of other sources. Prospective employees can view a company's diversity reports, key performance indicators, share price, growth charts and company news. Fast Company online (1/22)
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Position TitleCompany NameLocation
People Operations CoordinatorUberSan Francisco, CA
Admissions - Assistant DirectorThe Art InstitutesNovi, MI
Budget SpecialistICF InternationalFairfax, VA
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Balancing Yourself
Lunchtime walks are effective stress relievers, study finds
A recent study finds that 30-minute lunchtime walks help relieve stress and improve mood. "There is now quite strong research evidence that feeling more positive and enthusiastic at work is very important to productivity," says Cecilie Thogersen-Ntoumani, the study's lead author. The New York Times (tiered subscription model)/Well blog (1/21)
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The Water Cooler
How to sound dumb in Davos
CEOs are generally smart people with good communication skills, so why do they sound so dumb when buttonholed by journalists at the World Economic Forum? The problem, argues Justin Fox, is that leaders at these events don't have much in common besides having complex jobs, so they talk about that -- and media and consultancies are eager to record and report such utterances. Bloomberg (1/22)
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