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Becoming a resume lie detector

USA - June 1 2013 Society of Human Resource Management studies show that 53 of job applicants lie on their resumes. Other research has placed the number at between...


Name, rank and serial number: what you should and should not disclose when providing references

USA - November 1 2012 True or false: When asked to give a reference for a terminated employee, you should provide only the person's name, dates of employment and, if asked, salary level?...


Managing workers' compensation costs

USA - October 4 2011 When the workers' compensation system was first instituted, it was devised as a cost-saving mechanism....


Arbitration can save time and money

USA - May 2 2011 As American businesses slowly emerge from the worst downturn since the Great Depression, employers should steer clear of roadblocks that can undermine their progress....