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Leadership lessons: Why It pays to put others first

A proud, time-honored tradition among leading organizations and brands, quality customer service has become more than just a given common courtesy today. It has also evolved to become a core necessity in the age of abundance, when dozens of competitors are just click or...

source: By Scott Steinberg
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Workplace discrimination comes in many different forms and shapes. But research out of the University of Colorado shows how women and minorities are often punished for promoting other women and minorities. Researchers at the University of Colorado say they think they've...

source: Marketplace

When it comes to handling day-to-day finances, women think they are doing pretty well. That's according to Prudential's latest research study, which was the main item on the menu at a recent breakfast panel. When asked to grade their knowledge of things like managing money...

source: TWC News

Contemplating a job switch? Hopefully you are female, over 40, and already employed because according to a recent study, those middle aged women are just what companies are looking for. The study, which was released by Jobvite, explored who companies are most likely to...

source: The Boston Globe

A new Ameriprise Financial study of women ages 25-70 with at least $25,000 in investable assets found that 41 percent are self-directed and making financial decisions alone. While nearly two-thirds of those surveyed are either unmarried or divorced, the remained are...

source: Millionaire Corner

You'd like to think you are going to be just as motivated and enthusiastic on Day 1,672 of work as you were when you first began. But sometimes we can all use a bit of help to keep going. So in the face of the inevitable obstacles you are going to encounter, here are ways...

source: Business Insider

Even though the economy has improved significantly since the recession, some companies continue to cut benefits for employees. Over the past five years, employers have reduced a variety of benefits, educational assistance and perks, according to a Society for Human Resource...

source: U.S. News & World Report

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