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Does Your LinkedIn Account Need to be Tightened Down?

The LinkedIn Privacy & Settings section has a new look and feel. If you haven’t noticed it yet, I suggest you take a little tour to check things out. The changes aren’t earth shattering, but there are some changes in functionality. Therefore, I think it’s time to address simple ways to adjust your settings, because time is money, and you’ll have more success if you can avoid spending time on the least important … [Read More...]

13 Social Media Power Tips for Getting the Job You Want

With 65 percent of employers hiring from social media, it pays to "get social and get hired." … [Read More...]

Save Your Money — Then Quit Your Job!

Entrepreneur Network partners Jen Hacker and Brittney Castro team up to tell you how to make the transition from day job to owning a business with money in your pocket. … [Read More...]

Common Misconceptions of Text Analytics

Text analytics is a tool that can help to maximize the value of open-ended feedback. Here are some common misconceptions about text analytics: The Silver Lining: this tempting potential has often led to the belief that text analytics is somewhat of a “silver bullet” that can magically and immediately solve all of our customer experience issues. Finding those “nuggets” of insight is probably comparable to actually mining … [Read More...]

Why This CEO Wants Employees to Tell Him ‘F— You!’

At Samuel Adams, you're allowed to drop f-bombs on your boss, but you'd better have a good reason. … [Read More...]

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