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  • Maryland ranks last in pace of job creation

    Maryland ranks last in pace of job creation
    Hampered by a slowdown in federal spending, Maryland came in dead last in the nation for its pace of job creation over the past year, shedding almost 1 percent of its employment base — nearly 20,000 positions — the U.S. Department of Labor...
  • It's Your Money: How To Deal With Horrible Bosses

    It's Your Money: How To Deal With Horrible Bosses
    Just in time for the release of the film "Horrible Bosses," Daryl Pigat from Office Team in New York and Robert Half International offered up advice on dealing with real life horrible bosses. According to a new survey from staffing firm OfficeTeam, 46...
  • July 13: Style Files - Avoid Summer Fashion Faux Pas

    July 13: Style Files - Avoid Summer Fashion Faux Pas
    Ellen Warren Ellen's Tips: Ask your boss if there is a formal dress code and get a copy Better to be too formal than too casual Dress for the position you aspire to If your boss wouldn't wear it then you shouldn't. A regional vice president for the...
  • Is the heat melting your fashion sense?

    Is the heat melting your fashion sense?
    We've all been there. We're walking around, minding own business and then — ewwww. Right there, causing our eyes to bleed, is Exhibit A of what not to wear. And we're asking ourselves, "What was she (or he) thinking?" The vast majority of us...
  • How to run a meeting that won't tick off employees

    How to run a meeting that won't tick off employees
    Hate when meetings run late? Find yourself annoyed when you leave a meeting that didn't really seem necessary? You're probably not the only one in your office who feels that way. Nearly a third of workers polled recently by Accountemps, a division of...
  • Maryland gained 8,100 jobs in July; unemployment climbs

    Maryland gained 8,100 jobs in July, but saw declines in government hiring, which had helped it get through the recession. Private companies created 10,400 jobs, according to data released Friday by the U.S. Department of Labor, while government jobs fell...
  • California loses 29,200 jobs in May, a blow to recovery

     
    California's economic recovery stumbled in May as employers shed 29,200 jobs from payrolls, a surprisingly large loss in a state that had been on the mend. The state's unemployment rate still dropped to 11.7%, from 11.8% the month before, according......
  • Facebook And Twittering While On the Job

    Facebook And Twittering While On the Job
    Online social networking is booming. This year, users are spending almost triple the amount of time on Myspace, Facebook, or Twitter. Despite the boom, staffing firm, Robert Half International found only 20 percent of companies allow the use of these...
  • Surviving a layoff and its aftermath

    So, you've survived the ax. But it's not exactly relief you're feeling. It's more like guilt and anxiety. While managers can help alleviate some of the swirling emotions among survivors by being as truthful and thorough as possible in explaining the...
  • Workers rarely unplug from the office

    Workers rarely unplug from the office
    Danny Black can run his closet design business from just about anywhere — his Mount Washington office, on the way to meet with clients, at home on weekends and even during his family's summer trips to Ocean City. "Most clients don't know I've...
  • Riding out the recession: Some layoff warning signs

    With unemployment climbing, more workers are concerned about whether they could be the next one out of a job. It's easy to see from the economy if your industry is suffering. And most workers can pick up enough signs on the job to know if their company...