Week In Review
Slavic 401k Talked About the Benefits of Future Planning
“Only 60 percent of respondents who waited until after the age of 50 to start their old-age financial preparations were able to report being equally content with their current retirement lifestyle.”
The Harvard Business Review Wrote About Common Hiring Mistakes
“By investigating the emotional “job-to-be-done” of a new hire, as well as the actual job we need them to do, we become less likely to hire the wrong person for the wrong role, and more likely to hire a great person for a great role.”
Ladders Posted a Shocking Tale of an Evil CO-Worker That Will Have You Inspecting Your Lunch
“For most of us, our biggest office food horror are petty grievances like that colleague who keeps eating your sandwich. But a new case in Germany goes beyond someone stealing a condiment from the office fridge. According to ABC News, one employee is suspected of killing 21 of his colleagues by poisoning their lunches.”
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