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The Buzz- November 2011

 

It’s been a tough 4 years for the US economy. Unemployment is still dragging the overall economy down; if people don’t have jobs, they can’t buy homes or can’t afford to pay the mortgage […]

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Listen…and Keep Your Job.

Earlier this summer, Craig Chappelow and Jean Brittain Leslie, contributors to The Wall Street Journal, wrote a pretty compelling argument for uni-tasking. In an article focused on keeping your career on course, they mirrored the points made in […]

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The Buzz- May 2010

May 2010
Volume 11 Issue 5

Egret’s 6th Annual Women in Industry Survey
By Ted Konnerth

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The Buzz- June 2010

 June 2010
Volume 11 Issue 6

Fragmentation 
by Ted Konnerth

Life […]

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The Buzz- July 2010

July 2010
Volume 11 Issue 7

Diaspora
By Ted Konnerth

Diaspora: (“a scattering [of seeds]“)* […]

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The Buzz- August 2010

August 2010
Volume 11 Issue 8

Talent acquisition in a declining supply
by Ted Konnerth

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The Buzz- November 2010

November 2010
Volume 11 Issue 11

Downsizing and Making Money
by Ted Konnerth

The recession has ended, officially at least. Those of you who are ‘officially’ out of work can apparently relax now. With unemployment still hovering around […]

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The Buzz-December 2010

 December 2010
Volume 11 Issue 12

References, Job-hoppers and Talent shortage
by Ted Konnerth


We’ve […]

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The Buzz-March 2011

 March 2011
Volume 12 Issue 3

Thin slicing
by Ted Konnerth

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The Buzz-February 2011

 February 2011
Volume 12 Issue 2

It’s a Numbers Game
by Ted Konnerth

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