Feeling Compelled to Give the Boss a Gift

An employee who declines to contribute money for a farewell present gets a frosty reaction.

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For Women, It’s Not Just the O’Reilly Problem

The Fox debacle has opened a window into sexual abuse, at the company and in the broader workplace.

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Columbus Staves Off Elimination

The Columbus Blue Jackets beat the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins, 5-4, avoiding a sweep in the teams’ best-of-seven playoff series.

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To Detain More Immigrants, Trump Administration to Speed Border Hiring

The internal memo also says the administration wants to find space to detain thousands more immigrants and to speed deportation cases.

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The Utter Uselessness of Job Interviews

We use them to try to “get to know” people. It doesn’t work.

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Richard Bolles Dies at 90; Wrote ‘What Color Is Your Parachute?’

Mr. Bolles studied science but became an Episcopal minister, and then he lost his job, leaving him well prepared to write a guide to changing careers.

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How Women Over 50 Can Keep Their Careers on Track

Staying relevant, and employed, is a challenge, even when you have decades of experience. Networking, curiosity and a good LinkedIn page can make all the difference.

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