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When your CV doesn’t interfere with strategic job hopping - Roxana Barbulescu, HEC Paris - ©Adobestock-psdesign1

Having worked for a prestigious company in the past tends to help in landing another good position. But job-seekers without a stellar CV should not underestimate their chances. A new study of job-matching in the MBA labor market shows that candidates lacking prior employer status can still be successful, depending on the competitiveness of the job. 

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Human Resources Management10 November 2017

Envy at work: how organizations can improve productivity

Envy between employees can affect a firm’s performance. In their study, Tomasz Obloj and Todd (...)

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Human Resources Management30 March 2017

Why people make more of an effort to help than you might expect

Whether it is feedback on an ongoing project or a reference letter for a job application, we could (...)

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Human Resources Management17 February 2017

How to structure teams for optimal performance

Should teams be hierarchical, with clear task delegation, or should they be flexible and (...)

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The largest international accounting firms have no trouble attracting applicants despite the (...)

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Human Resources Management21 January 2016

Employee mobility: the good and the bad for business

Hiring new talent seems good for business: you get fresh ideas, specialist skills and your pick of (...)

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Human Resources Management8 January 2015

Employer brand : The value of a name

A study shows that prestigious firms can hire the best people without having to pay more than the (...)

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Human Resources Management11 December 2014

New Perspectives on Staff Turnover in the IT Field

An average staff turnover rate of 20%  combined with fewer people training for the field and (...)

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