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Recent articles by Anne:

Now’s the Time to Take a Good Look at Your 2020 Benefits

Open enrollment ends on December 15 and your plan will be final starting 2020. → Read More

How to Turn Your Seasonal Gig Into a Permanent Job

Consider that employers use the busy holiday season to find and train the best hires. → Read More

Employers Have a New Idea for Inclusive Recruitment: Hiring for Diversity of Thought

"It's essential to innovation," says Cisco's Andy Noronha. → Read More

How to Deal With Political Talk at Work

Campaign year is around the corner, so you'd better be prepared. → Read More

3 Strategies to Ace Your Annual Performance Review

Stop dreading it and use it as a self-awareness exercise. → Read More

Workers Are Worried Robots Will Steal Their Jobs. Here's How to Calm Their Fears

In a recent study, 81% of employees said they're so nervous about being replaced that they won't even hand their drudge work over to an algorithm. → Read More

How to Keep Your Skype Interview From Going Viral

From strolling toddlers to wardrobe malfunctions, video interviews can be tricky to handle. → Read More

The 10 Best U.S. Cities for Women in Tech

Slim pay gap, female tech employment, and housing affordability? Forget about Silicon Valley with 10 better options. → Read More

What You Need to Know Before Accepting That Job Offer

Getting too excited about a new job prospect may lead to trouble later, so take some time to cover all your bases. → Read More

Why you should try a temp job

The benefits of temp jobs are becoming more appealing to both employers and workers. → Read More

Giving a Speech? Why the First 15 Seconds Matter Most

Don't waste your golden opportunity to keep yout audience listening. → Read More

Now Hiring: People Who Can Translate Data Into Stories and Actions

There is a tremendous (and growing) need for data translators, a job that requires people to be able to interpret data science into actions that drive change or fix problems. → Read More

5 Proven Ways to Decrease Stress at Work

Stress can have many adverse effects on your health. Here are five surefire ways to calm down when work gets To be too much. → Read More

Recession-Proof Jobs That Could Be Safe in 2019 or 2020 Recession

They aren't easy to get, but according to Glassdoor, these 10 jobs have really good chances to survive a recession. → Read More

If You Want a Higher Paying Job, the Time to Quit is Now

With the next recession looming, you might need to consider quitting if enhanced compensation is not in your employers' retention strategy. → Read More

The Best College Majors for Getting a Job After Graduation

Worried about paying off your student loans? These majors offer your best chance of being hired right out of school. → Read More

Great Questions to Ask In a Job Interview to Really Stand Out to Employers

Avoid asking about anything that's covered on the company's website—and don't bring up money. → Read More

The 15 Most Popular Side Hustles Now

Moonlighting isn't just for Uber drivers anymore. Here are the side gigs most in demand. → Read More

Can Apprenticeships Help Close U.S. Skills Gaps?

Accenture's North American CEO believes paying people to learn tech skills can solve a couple of big problems at once. → Read More

Deloitte’s Plan for Fighting Employee Burnout: Let AI Take Over the Dreaded HR and IT Tasks

Professional services giant Deloitte is using artificial intelligence to reduce productivity 'speed bumps' in its human resources and information technology departments. → Read More