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5 Traits of Good Leaders Worth Emulating to Advance Your Career

Leslie Stevens-Huffman, Dice Insights April 4, 2022 Observing and modeling the behaviors, traits and style points of leaders who are successfully leading organizations is a great way to build your own competencies and advance your career. What can you learn through observational learning? The most effective leaders have adapted to the disruptive events of recent years, […]

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How to Spot Good (and Bad) Recruiters in an Age of Remote Work

Leslie Stevens-Huffman, Dice Insights March 28, 2022 When you’re searching for a new job, you want to work with highly effective, knowledgeable and personable recruiters. How can you find a recruiter who has adapted and remained relevant with all the recent changes to the hiring process? Here are some ways to distinguish between good (and […]

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A step-by-step guide for quitting your job the right way

Thinking about joining the Great Resignation? Here’s how to quit without burning bridges. BY STEPHANIE VOZZA, Fast Company March 22, 2022 You might daydream of telling your boss to take this job and shove it, but that’s where that sentiment should stay. If you’re joining the Great Resignation, it’s best to skip the theatrics because how […]

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How to find a new job while you’re still employed

Job searching while you already have a paycheck has advantages but comes with risks. The following 10 tips can help you with your job hunt — without getting cut. By Rich Hein and Sharon Florentine, CIO  March 14, 2022 Thinkstock Your grandmother’s advice still stands: Don’t quit your current job until you have a written offer […]

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10 self-evaluation tips for a better performance review

Self-assessment is critical to your long-term career success. Here’s how to examine your performance, determine the progress you’ve made, and lay the groundwork for improved career prospects. By Rich Hein and Sharon Florentine, CIO  MARCH 7, 2022 Thinkstock If you approach the self-evaluation portion of your annual review like many people do, you give it only […]

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Tips for Handling the Latest Tricky Job Interview Questions

Leslie Stevens-Huffman, Dice Insights February 28, 2022 Let’s face it: Some recruiters and hiring managers love asking interview questions that put job candidates on the spot. Sometimes, you might wonder if such questions are even legal. As you hunt for a new job in 2022, here’s an updated list of tricky interview questions, along with the best […]

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Combating Ageism in Tech: Tips for Competing in a Crowded Marketplace

Leslie Stevens-Huffman, Dice Insights February 14, 2022 It’s no secret that older tech professionals are being passed over for jobs and promotions, even as unemployment dipped to 1.7 percent in January and jobs grew for yet another consecutive month. An analysis of hiring data confirms that even when technologists are rated as top performers as they age, tech […]

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Résumé Updates for a Changed Workforce in 2022

Nathan Eddy, Dice Insights February 7, 2022 For many technologists, the past two years have changed their jobs, companies, and industries in considerable ways. Some employees have shifted entirely to remote work; others have adopted new skills in response to big marketplace shifts. Given all of that, it’s probably time to give your résumé another look—and […]

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8 Red Flags in Tech Job Postings You Shouldn’t Ignore

Leslie Stevens-Huffman , Dice Insights January 31, 2022 While job postings are meant to provide valuable information about a position and attract culturally compatible candidates, they often contain code words, descriptors or phrases that subtly signal a potentially toxic work environment, a boss with unrealistic expectations, or biased hiring practices. Reading between the lines can […]

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4 Things to Consider When Applying for Remote Tech Jobs

Nathan Eddy, Dice Insights January 17, 2022 Remote work seems firmly entrenched in the corporate consciousness; for many companies, the chance of reverting to the old way of doing things (i.e., in the office five days per week) seems slim. That means your next career move could easily involve an all-remote position.  But if the […]

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