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Consider the Salt and Pepper

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How concerned should we be when candidates appear overqualified?  There might be a few skeletons in their closets, yes, but it’s just as likely that you’re looking at potential employees whose only secret is that they want to forfeit a few responsibilities in the hope of working more reasonable hours….

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Gazing into the Gender Gap

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Women continue to be paid less than their male peers and have more difficulty earning promotions into leadership positions. The New York Times recently published an article on the issue that cited obstacles for many women, including the demands of motherhood and institutional constraints (specifically, school schedules, inflexible business hours…

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…and Knowing is Half the Battle

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No doubt you’re inundated with resumes. A wealth of options is a good problem to have, though selecting one among hundreds can be extremely time consuming. But once you’ve narrowed the field, the more significant challenge remains: ultimately bringing on board the best person for the job. Christine Santacroce offers…

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