One Louder

Exploring the fine line between clever and stupid. Heather Hamilton is a Staffing Manager and Microsoft Employee Evangelist.
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September, 2010

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  • One Louder

    Speaking of talking about salary...

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    Here's an article about an interesting report on salary disclosure in the workplace . And I call it interesting because it backs up what I have always said (yeah, I am like that); nothing good comes from sharing salary details in the workplace. It's kind...
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    On the occassion of hearing one too many complaints, she complains

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    I think I have discussed how much I love complaining, especially since complaining has become a serial activity on Facebook. Not only are ya miserable but you can make your friends miserable too. And also your "friends." I may have reached a little...
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    If you talk about your salary in the interview...

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    you are clearly high. Penelope may be talking about salary range high . But it wouldn't hurt to tell anyone who does this to put the crack pipe down. I may be ticking off a load of recruiters. However, I am all about the open market. Companies should...
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    Fake person brand

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    I am not sure how I feel about this . Pick a few things that kind of suck in an ironic sort of way, and call it brand? Please, I don't want to hear from a bunch of guys named Fred. Many fine, fine people names would suck as brands. Anyway, the brand name...
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    Oh, those annoying ads

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    I may take back my previous comments about annoying yet memorable ads actually being effective. Because after watching some of these ads , I vow to never support the boneheads that let this crap from their ad agencies get through review. I mean seriously...
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    An itchy case of inevitable disclosure

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    Oh dude. How much are each of these companies going to spend on this lawsuit? I have some familiarity with California non-compete agreements and can understand erring on the side of the interest of the worker. More workers mean a healthier economy...
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    Stop being a social media idiot

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    I only say that because the whole "seven deadly sins" thing is a little tired. Nobody is dying due to the fact that they have pr oven that they are indeed not smarter than a fifth grader (Aha! Another lame pop-culture reference! In a run-on sentence,...
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