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  California just banned public and private employers from directly asking about the salary history of job seekers. Massachusetts, Delaware and Oregon have already passed similar legislation in an effort to close the gender pay gap. What’s driving the change in California? Federal data from 2015 suggests that women’s median wages, on average, are 84.8

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Photo by Fast Company ‘Tis the season for your employees to wear costumes to work. Depending on how liberal your “costume policy” is, you might not have to worry about this at all. However, if you have a lot of new professionals on your team, or you don’t have a “costume policy” at all, you

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Have you ever compared the interview process to what you go through when you first start dating someone? If you’ve never compared the two scenarios, you might be surprised at how many things they have in common. Let’s compare.     Dating: We’re going on a second date, but do they really like me? /

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Your recruiter has told you that you need to have questions ready to ask your interviewer at the end of your upcoming interview. So as long as you have one or two questions ready to ask, you’re good, right? Not exactly. Not all questions are created equal. And if you’re planning on asking about benefits,

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  You’re on LinkedIn, right? But when was the last time you looked at your profile? If you can’t answer that question, it’s been too long. But what should you be updating to get the most out of your time spent improving it? Here are four things you can review in 20 minutes or less

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  It’s unlikely that you would ever think about January and September having much in common. If you’re living in MN, the weather is drastically different, you’re at very different places in the actual calendar year, and depending on your role, you either look forward to January, or wish you could fast forward right past

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At one time or another almost every professional in the Finance and Accounting industries has likely contemplated sitting for their CPA exam. No matter where you are in your “CPA” journey, there are a million reasons to keep pursuing it or keep it up to date. If you’ve recently gotten your CPA we’ll tell you

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Congratulations on your decision to kick off your job search, we know it can be a difficult task! But the decision to get moving means you’ve gotten over your fear of the unknown, fear of rejection and are ready for bigger and better things. And, if you start off with these four things, we know

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  With a quick scan through LinkedIn it’s easy to come across someone who has recently applied for an open position and they’re upset that a recruiter or hiring manager hasn’t called them back. It can be super frustrating for job seekers when they invest time to apply for a role only to hear nothing.

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Stop! Before you send that friendly email to the person you met at that networking event last night, or send that in-mail with a smiling emoji, ask yourself this. Do you know this person well enough to send them an email containing a cute, yellow, smiling blob? A recent study suggests that you might want

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