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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

[RED DEMOCRATICA] This phrase should raise a red flag for job seekers

 

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February 18, 2015
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Getting Ahead
Career advice from the CEO of Hootsuite
Impress your boss by keeping e-mails concise, treating co-workers with respect, optimizing your time and being willing to risk failure, writes Ryan Holmes, the CEO of Hootsuite. "I have great admiration for people who bite off more than they can chew -- who take on projects that may be too big or too ambitious," he writes. Fortune (2/17)
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A 2-step plan for earning a promotion
Create a self-development plan with goals and a time line, and then ask your supervisor to help you carry it out. "Bosses love to promote people they believe they've helped and mentored. It's a great ego stroke," Tim Sackett writes. TimSackett.com (2/16)
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Get Creative: 10 Ways to Think Outside the Box
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Improve your network by rekindling old connections
Revisit friends who have dropped off your radar, as their careers may now be more relevant to yours, Jane Gomez writes. Set up Google Alerts for their companies to ensure you have something relevant to talk about with them. City A.M. (London) (2/17)
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Your Next Challenge
This phrase should raise a red flag for job seekers
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Job seekers should not pursue a position when a potential employer says the job description is "in flux," writes Liz Ryan, a former human resources executive. The phrase could be a sign of disagreement behind the scenes. Forbes (2/15)
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The Water Cooler
The top college pranksters of all time
College students have a proud history of pranking. Among the most memorable: the University of Wisconsin students who flew a fake Statue of Liberty to their campus; the California Institute of Technology group that tricked a stadium full of football fans from another university into cheering for the Caltech team; and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology students who managed to park a fire truck on the summit of their campus' Great Dome. MentalFloss.com (2/17)
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Red Democratica 10 years "On line" (1998-2008)!
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Celebrando 10 anos "On Line"..2009

Keep the candle burning

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