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  • Some Companies Spend Plenty to Lure Executives Willing to Relocate

    A lot of executives don’t relish the idea of disrupting their lives to take a distant job, but they don’t have to in the current strong economy. That is why more companies are offering rich relocation packages to lure top talent to another city.

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  • Undermined at the Office? How Women Can Cope With Mistreatment From Female Colleagues

    Women are 14% to 21% more likely than men to report experiencing uncivil treatment from female co-workers, according to a recent study. There are ways to cope with that undermining behavior.

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  • What to Do When That Shiny New Job Isn’t the Right Fit

    Shattered expectations in a new gig can be an issue for job-hopping executives.

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  • How to Mount an Executive Comeback: Try a Mix of Spin and Candor

    Getting bounced from a high-powered job can be painful—and permanent. But in today’s tight labor market, some top managers are finding ways to rebound.

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  • To Help Women Advance, Their Trailing Spouses Get Job-Hunting Aid

    More female executives are moving ahead in their careers through geographic moves, more employers are helping their accompanying husbands find work.

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  • When #MeToo Becomes Catch-22

    A number of high-profile men have recently lost powerful positions over their alleged sexual misconduct. But for female victims of harassment, speaking up often is just as career damaging.

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  • Got a Problem Employee? Being a Fix-It Boss Doesn’t Help Things

    Most bosses know they can succeed by making their lieutenants look good. But some well-meaning executives work too hard to fix weak staffers, putting themselves in a messy career fix.

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