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How to Recognize a Toxic Work Culture

How to Recognize a Toxic Work Culture

By Julie Norwell When Katherine landed the job of chief population health officer at a large hospital health system, she was elated. The chief population health officer (CPHO) is the fastest growing C-suite position in the healthcare industry, as health care organizations nationwide strive to put...

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A Battle for Talent Is Reshaping the Job Market

A Battle for Talent Is Reshaping the Job Market

By Julie Norwell Do you know what the number one priority is for CEOs in the United States this year? It’s a bit of an eye-opener. Despite the persistence of Covid-19 disruptions, rising inflation, the threat of war with Russia, and a looming climate crisis, the biggest concern of CEOs this year is…attracting...

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Four Surprising Aspects of Aging and Work

Four Surprising Aspects of Aging and Work

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Ageism may not yet be on its heels, but greater awareness of our ability to counter it will make a big difference in how we experience our careers. By Julie Norwell When Hugo Vereeken’s employer shut down the entire business unit where he had worked for 11 years as a global OEM segment manager, he...

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Right Person at the Right Time

How To Be the Right Person at the Right Time

By Julie Norwell One Saturday morning in early July Ray Cleary connected with the hiring manager of a position that he was very excited about. The position was for general manager of fleet management of a large airline. Although Ray had years of experience in the airline industry, it was all on the...

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Working Standards: U.S. vs. Europe

Working Standards: U.S. vs. Europe

By Julie Norwell “What do you do for a living?” This question is a common conversation starter in the United States. Americans, whether they meet in a professional or a social setting, first and foremost always seem to talk about work. The same question asked of someone in France, by contrast, is...

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Women Are Shaping Post-Pandemic Work Life for Everyone

Women Are Shaping Post-Pandemic Work Life for Everyone

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By Julie Norwell Major life events often trigger people to make big changes. Perhaps it’s no surprise, then, that a global pandemic catalyzed over 25 million people (and counting) to quit their jobs this year. The ‘Great Resignation,’ which began making headlines when 4 million Americans– a record...

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