By Pat Schuler, Business Development Coach & Sales Trainer
Do we, as women, need to take responsibility for the fact that we earn on average 80 cents for every dollar that men earn?
An article at MSNBC today talks about the pay gap and very interesting research about women professionals, in this case veterinarians. It seems women are more likely to make accomodations based on ability to pay, and desire to create or strengthen relationships. Men in the same study offered the same fee no matter what the circumstances. One thing the article didn’t report on was whether this was a successful strategy for the women professionals – did they have longer relationships, greater client retention than their male peers?
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By Michelle Jarboe of News-Record.com
GREENSBORO — The message sounds like Big Brother is watching, and maybe that’s why this room full of incoming students seems hushed.
Junior Angel Wyatt, 20, is leading a UNCG orientation seminar about how students can use the social-networking Web site Facebook without subjecting themselves to unwanted — and potentially career-damaging — attention.
Her message: Take to the Web and have a good time, but watch your step — and what is posted about you. Others have their eyes on you.
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“Na na na na, Na na na na, Hey, Hey, Hey Goodbye,” the employee sang as he waived like a rock star at everyone and walked out the door.
Not the best way to leave your current employment. Maintaining a professional approach to your work after giving your notice can help keep your career on track. Experts say making negative comments and leaving on short notice can damage a worker’s reputation and future job opportunities.
Find out more from the Globe and Mail.
Saw this article and had to pass it on:
By Kerry Hannon, Special for USA TODAY
Being big isn’t what it used to be for business.
Mega status once mattered in all kinds of ways. Sprawling buildings, giant law firms and big accounting firms were the vogue.
“And then small happened,” writes Seth Godin.
Godin is the author of Small is the New Big: And the 183 Other Riffs, Rants, and Remarkable Business Ideas.
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