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What Do You Do When Students Have an Inflated View of Their Job Skills?

Employers are concerned about graduates having a range of skills, such as teamwork and communication. Everyone in higher education should be accountable.

The Ethics Behind Discounted Purchases and Other Perks

Businesses realize that many purchases will make them more profits than a single sale. Most companies use perks to foster repeat business.

Intergenerational Conflict: It's No Longer Taboo to Talk about Salaries with Your Co-Workers

Millennials openly talk about their salaries, a practice that tended to be taboo among previous generations and a cause of conflict.

Leadership Ethics versus Ethical Leadership: What Is the Difference?

Some leaders have embraced ethics as an important aspect of their leadership skills. Others still need to embrace proper business ethics.

Perspectives from a Life Coach: Understanding the 'Shifts of Seasons' in Your Life

Life is a journey. Life's events should not be put into categories of right or wrong. You have a choice in determining how your story is written.

How to Get Over Failure, Move On and Progress to Success

A failure can be a learning lesson for achieving something more significant later in life. Until we get there, let's keep practicing to get it right.

Why Is Uber Still Having So Much Trouble with Its Ethics?

Most companies keep their internal issues out of the media, but Uber seems to be an exception. The trend of unfavorable publicity sadly continues.

Self-Activism: Sometimes You Have to Champion Your Own Cause

Self-activism applies to everyone because we are now experiencing a time of testing. Rise up and accept the challenge to represent you!

Now, Americans Are More Satisfied with Their Employers and Jobs

Fifty-one percent of American workers are satisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs. That’s the highest level of satisfaction in more than a decade.