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4 Super Bowl ads that nailed it!

Marketers will spend millions of dollars to advertise during Sunday’s Super Bowl. This year, a single 30-second spot is selling for about $4.5 million. Add in about another million to produce a spot a digital marketing campaign and executives can forever transform a brand in one night. 532 more words


Think you've heard every excuse for lateness? Check these out

Ice and snow across much of the country are doing a pretty good job of slowing traffic and train service to a crawl. But only 26% of employees who admit to showing up late to work say they’ve ever been held up by the weather, according to a new CareerBuilder survey of 2,100 managers and more than 3,000 workers. 255 more words


In recruitment services, the outlook for 2015 looks strong

In human resources, the challenges posed by recruitment services are harsh and never-ending. The “war for talent” is always raging on, and organizations everywhere are competing to find the best possible people, interview them and get them on board ASAP. 438 more words

Recruitment & Talent Management

The Ten Weirdest Excuses for Being Late to Work

According to a new CareerBuilder survey, 23% of us show up late to work at least once a month, and 14% are late once a week.  166 more words


Super Bowl XLIX: Memoirs of a PR/Advertising Girl

I’m going to be completely honest with all of you—I don’t give a sh!t about football. While some girls grew up as tomboys loving to watch games and play flag football in gym, young Emily would rather sit on the sidelines and paint her nails. 321 more words


Top Coffee Drinkers... By Profession?

A recent survey on U.S. coffee consumption trends in the workplace by Dunkin Donut and CareerBuilder delivers to us the Top 15 Coffee Drinkers By Profession… 17 more words


Top 7 Most Popular CV Lies: From Job Titles to Responsibility

Around seven out of ten (71%) of employers have spotted a lie on a CV and as a result 41% have discarded that candidate, according to CareerBuilder. 175 more words