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Five rocky years since its arrival in tourist mecca Times Square, Guy’s American Kitchen & Bar, created by television rock star Guy Fieri will close. December 31 is the last day for the ill-received, yet still wildly popular restaurant that served as a touchstone for Fieri fans, employees at the restaurant have confirmed to Eater NY. Update: In a… read more

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By RUN-ADP In 2017, states and local jurisdictions passed dozens of laws that affect the way employers hire, pay, schedule, and provide benefits to their employees. A new administration also entered the White House, ushering in new rules and different interpretations of existing rules. Here are the first five of 10 HR compliance trends to… read more

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By: Travis Bradberry – Ladders There are so many things that can kill the careers of good, hard-working people. Honest mistakes often carry hard-hitting consequences. We usually only hear about the more egregious examples, such as when Yelp employee Talia Jane recently became an Internet sensation for writing a blistering post criticizing the company’s low… read more

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By Lindsay Tigar – Ladders Oftentimes when you’re eying job descriptions, you’re haphazardly and unintentionally checking off what requirements you match. Being fluent in programs, applications and languages are your hard skills — the technical aspects that allow you to master your job effectively and efficiently. While a robust set of hard skills is necessary… read more

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Ten Fashion Blunders What Not to Wear to the Interview by Carole Martin Any article about what to wear to an interview might well begin with a qualifying statement covering the extremes in various states, (New York and California, for example) and industries (technology, manufacturing), which are possible exceptions to the normal rules of fashion…. read more

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By: RUN ADP New Year’s resolutions can help bring about positive change, whether in our personal lives or at work. With 2018 approaching, here are some HR resolutions to consider—and suggestions for helping make them stick. #1: Review your hiring procedures. Review your job advertisements, recruiting practices, application forms, interview questions, and screening and selection… read more

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by: Monica Torres – Ladders As anyone who has had a good mentor or a bad boss at work knows all too well, when someone believes in you, it can make all the difference. A new survey by the American Psychological Association of 1,076 U.S. workers found that a manager’s support can make or break… read more

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by: Jane Burnett – Ladders Task and project management platform Redbooth recently partnered with data content firm Priceonomics to look at when productivity spikes and slows down durning the work week. The research team reportedly took a look at anonymized data of Redbooth users, numbering in the hundreds of thousands. Here are some of the… read more

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by: Suzanne Gelb – TheMuse It’s finally December, and you’ve worked hard all year long. You wrote enough emails to fill a novel. You spent an average of seven hours a day on your computer. And, if you were working full-time, you probably spent 42 hours of your life battling traffic during your daily commute…. read more