What You Need to Know About NYC’s Salary History Ban

Should your earnings history play a role in informing future job offers? You could say it’s not a very meaningful metric. No more relevant than the original purchase price of a home driving the sales price. Demand, inventory and the selling prices of comparable homes are much more powerful variables. Even so, most of our […]

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When the Fit Hits the Shan

In advertising, we’re accustomed to handling a lot of crises: Missed deadlines, errant media buys, underperforming campaigns, working well past the profitability threshold, etc.   This post isn’t about any of that stuff.   It’s about the shanfit that ensues when a new hire isn’t working out and what to do about it.   If […]

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3 Steps to an Easier Resignation

You’ve done it. You’ve accepted a job offer and are excited to start your awesome new role. Congratulations! There’s just one thing standing between you and absolute happiness: You need to have that dreaded resignation conversation with your boss.   Ugh. It’s unpleasant. You hope your boss will be understanding and supportive, but honestly you […]

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