Top 5 #Workplace Blogs of the Week

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Each week Blogging4Jobs brings you the Top 5 Blogs in the #Workplace. These blogs come from all across the internet and highlight important topics being discussed in the space. We serve as your weekly recap of top blogs that we’ve read throughout the week. If we’ve missed any, let us know.


Why I Killed My Linkedin Account: Are you ballsy enough to kill off your LinkedIn account? HR Examiner states why they deleted their account. The reasons are shocking. Read More.

A Bad Hire? Why Are You Freaking Out?!: With CPH as an important metric in the HR & Recruiting industry, recrutiers might freak out a little when they make a terrible hire, but there’s no need and here’s why.  Read More.

Why Your Retention ‘Strategy’ is a Misguided EffortIs your entire retention strategy misguided? The US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that annual quits (employees voluntarily leaving a position) rose in 2013 for the 4th consecutive year. Read More.

The ADA may require companies to accommodate employee theft. Yep, stealing: Why are they accommdoate employee theft? You’ll just have to click through to find more. Read More.

The Interview Question Candidates Always Get Wrong – And Why That’s OK: Learn the question that all job interviewees get wrong and why it’s okay that they do.  Read More.


Before Starting the Equal Pay Discussions Do a Salary Review: The equal pay discussion is something that should be had if you’re not being paid fairly. Before having the chat with the boss make sure to do your research. Read More.

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