Group Interview: Stand Out in the Crowd

Posted on April 8th, by American Public University System in Career Advice. No Comments

For many of us, job interviews are nerve wracking enough without having to sit in a room full of other candidates gunning for the same job. However, group interviews are becoming more common for employers to use as an initial screening tool, so it is important for job seekers to understand how they can best … Read More »


How to Make the Most of Your Mentor

Posted on April 8th, by Josh Weiss-Roessler in on the job. 2 comments

Personal relationships are the best way to make connections in a career and to learn about specific professions and jobs. If you have a personal connection with someone higher up in your field, that kind of mentor-mentee relationship can be invaluable – but only if you make the most of it.

But how can you squeeze … Read More »


Trends in Performance Management: Review and Rate is Out

Posted on April 8th, by Marnie Green in Management Articles. No Comments

So how’s that annual performance evaluation process working for you? According to new research on the psychology of work from David Rock, the typical numeric ratings, rankings, and formal evaluations, without meaningful feedback, can result in reduced performance. It seems the research now proves that the annual rating exercise may do more harm than good.

Motivated … Read More »


Money Vs. Welfare: The Government Role

Posted on April 8th, by Oscar Pearson in About the Public Sector. No Comments

Today there are very few things money can’t buy.

If we’re sentenced to a jail term in California, we can actually buy a prison cell upgrade.

And in Washington, long queues form for key congressional hearings. To avoid waiting in the rain, lobbyists pay companies to hire people to stand waiting for as long as it takes. … Read More »