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Companies Rebuffing Candidates Based on Social Posts

Companies Rebuffing Candidates Based on Social Posts

As a growing number of employers turn to LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter for recruiting, job applicants should be careful about what's posted on their social media accounts, according to a new survey.


Face Time Versus Screen Time at the Doctor’s Office

Face Time Versus Screen Time at the Doctor’s Office

Although electronic health records (EHR) are seen as bringing many benefits to the healthcare profession, researchers say the use of computers during office visits can hinder communication between doctors and patients.


Balancing Online Ads and User Experience

Balancing Online Ads and User Experience

There's rising interest in ad blocking software, which helps users avoid annoying and intrusive online content. But for website publishers, marketers and advertisers, the cost in lost revenue can be significant.


Survey: More Women Working Remotely

Survey: More Women Working Remotely

Although men account for most telecommuters nationwide, more women are working remotely as employers see telecommuting as a way of increasing employee engagement and productivity.


1 in 3 Adults Have Basic Grasp of Money Matters

1 in 3 Adults Have Basic Grasp of Money Matters

Among 148 nations, the United States placed 14th, with 57% of adults demonstrating financial literacy in risk diversification, inflation, numeracy and compound interest, according to a recent survey.


Most MBA Programs Drew More Applicants in 2015

Most MBA Programs Drew More Applicants in 2015

Nearly 60% of full-time, two-year MBA programs in the United States said applications were up in 2015, hitting a level not reached since the Great Recession, according to a new survey by the Graduate Management Admission Council.


Study: Police Use Nonfatal Force in Fraction of Public Encounters

Study: Police Use Nonfatal Force in Fraction of Public Encounters

A Bureau of Justice Statistics study examines how often people encountered the threat or use of nonfatal force during police encounters and the circumstances behind those incidents.


Businesses Use Benefits for Recruitment and Retention

Businesses Use Benefits for Recruitment and Retention

Many companies are utilizing employer-sponsored benefits as a means of attracting and retaining staff, according to the Society for Human Resource Management.


SBA Loans to Veterans Doubled in 2015

SBA Loans to Veterans Doubled in 2015

Veterans, minorities and women received $13 billion in loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration in fiscal year 2015, a significant boost from the previous year. The amount awarded to veterans jumped 101% over the previous year.


Keeping Tabs on Goals Boosts Chances of Success, Study Finds

Keeping Tabs on Goals Boosts Chances of Success, Study Finds

Psychologists found that people who were trying to lose weight or quit smoking were more likely to hit their goals the more frequently they monitored their efforts. They also benefited by recording their progress and sharing it with others.