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  • Reward Offered For Tips In Cold Case

    As the five-year anniversary of the Aug. 28, 2005, kiling of a Mansfield woman approaches, state police are reminding the public of a reward offered for information in the case. Gov. M. Jodi Rell in 2008 approved a $50,000 reward for information that...
  • Can the boss be shy?

    Can the boss be shy?
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — For Andrew Jetter, it was a matter of eye contact. Inclined to be an introvert, the bank president had to force himself to look others in the eyes. "Making small talk … I had to practice that," said the chief executive of...
  • Getting around 'overqualified'

    Getting around 'overqualified'
    "I wasn't aware this company wanted to hire underqualified people." Gotta love that snarky response. It's what one long-term job hunter — sick of hearing that he was overqualified for a job — wished he'd said. Of course, it's better to...
  • Video Shows Officer Drinking At Tavern Before His Car Hit, Killed Teen

    Video Shows Officer Drinking At Tavern Before His Car Hit, Killed Teen
    State police have obtained a video showing an off-duty Windsor Locks police officer drinking at Suffield bar before he was involved in a car crash that killed a teenager, sources close to the investigation have told The Courant. The video comes from a...
  • When office jokes stop being funny

    When office jokes stop being funny
    The class clown may get in trouble, but the office wag may be the glue that makes a workplace stick together. Research indicates that humor at work is a good thing. It builds morale and relationships. But it also hurts if it veers from being a bonding...
  • Make resumes catch the computer's eye

    Make resumes catch the computer's eye
    If this is a foreign language to you — "proprietary algorithms," "advanced semantic search," "computational linguistics" and "statistical inference" — keep reading. Workers who haven't applied for jobs lately may not know how those terms...
  • Tips to manage your performance review

    Tips to manage your performance review
    The annual performance review strikes fear and loathing in the hearts of most workers, even those who believe they've worked well and hard. There's usually some disconnect between what we see in ourselves and what others see in us, even if both worker...
  • Tracking Extremists: A new study shows a rise in "Patriot Groups" here in Connecticut

    Tracking Extremists:  A new study shows a rise in "Patriot Groups" here in Connecticut
    The good news: Connecticut's "hate group" index appears to be holding fairly steady. The bad news: the number of far-right wing, anti-federal-government-conspiracy "Patriot groups" in Connecticut more than doubled last year. That's the word from the...
  • Do you need those handouts?

    Do you need those handouts?
    The second you hand someone something to read, that person is going to read it and stop listening to what you're saying. If there's one message from Jana Memel that every job hunter, every meeting attendee, every presenter who gives a speech needs to...
  • The greener office

    The greener office
    In honor of the annual Earth Day observance, here are things each of us can do to be friendlier to Mother Earth. Whether we're employed by someone, working for ourselves, job hunting or retired, we can: •Drive less. Walk more. Ride a bike. Combine...
  • The office that reads together, succeeds together

    The office that reads together, succeeds together
    If it seems like everybody isn't on the same page in your workplace, maybe a book club can help. Kansas City, Mo.-based Think Contracting swears by its in-house book club as a glue that binds the company together. Every Friday from 10 a.m. to noon,...