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4 Ways to Pull Your Career Out of a Rut in 2018

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While a bit of normalcy can provide a sense of calm, a rut is often downright dull. Most people encounter the occasional stall during their career, but when the tedium becomes commonplace, it’s easy to reach a point of frustration. Luckily, there are ways to break free of ruts in your career. Here are four… Read more »


Get in the Right Mindset to Find a New Job in 2018!

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Whether you are planning on finding a new job by choice or out of necessity, being prepared can make a substantial difference in your level of success. While most job seekers focus on tangible preparations, like getting their resume and cover letter in order, your mindset also plays a large role in your search for… Read more »


How Will Silicon Valley Change in 2018?

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Silicon Valley is a hotbed of both tech and culture, attracting a variety of businesses and professionals to the region. While Silicon Valley is still a staple in the tech space, that doesn’t mean the area isn’t expecting changes as the calendar shifts to 2018 and beyond. Here’s what you need to know: Software is… Read more »


Why You Must Take Steps to Make Candidates Feel Welcome

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In many cases, leaders and employees that are involved in the hiring process serve as the first impression to candidates applying to vacancies. But even in knowing that, many companies don’t focus on making the experience pleasant for applicants or extend a general sense that the candidates are welcome. As more companies compete for seemingly… Read more »


How to Make the Hardest Decisions Easier

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Leaders are often faced with tough choices, being largely responsible for steering their team, or the entire company, in the right direction. Selecting priorities isn’t always simple as multiple factors are often in play, and the variables change frequently. While finding answers to common decision points seems complex, they actually boil down to something drenched… Read more »


What Should You be Paying Your Research Associate II?

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As biotech companies compete for top talent, it’s imperative that salary offerings meet or exceed industry norms. But figuring out exactly how much compensation should be offered to new and existing employees isn’t always easy, as many companies try to keep information about the salaries they provide private. To help you determine if your organization… Read more »



IT Leaders: Maybe It’s Time to Start Being Lazy

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While it may seem counterintuitive, being “lazy” can actually be beneficial, at least, when it comes to doling out advice. Many leaders focus on being the person with all of the answers, but jumping in and offering insight might actually harm your employees, and productivity, over the long-term. Here are a few reasons why embracing… Read more »


The Way Great Leaders Set Employees Up for Success

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As a leader, it isn’t just your responsibility to make sure detailed plans and comprehensive policies are in place, but that your employees are set up for success. Often, the concept can feel a bit ambiguous, but it is completely attainable if you make the right moves and set the proper priorities. To help you… Read more »


Three Reasons Why You Need to Take Another Look at Former Employees

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Often, companies shy away from rehiring a person who left from a permanent position to pursue a new opportunity. But, with the labor market being particularly tight, considering a boomerang employee, a person who left but is interested in returning, can actually have a number of benefits. Here are three reasons why you need to… Read more »