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Try declaring e-mail bankruptcy at the end of your vacation – delete all those e-mails that piled up while you were having fun, so they don’t ruin the vacation glow. Warn people in advance, giving alternate e-mail contacts, and advise if they send it anyway you won’t read it. One Thing New/Inc.com
One key recruit makes all the difference
The recent NBA playoffs showed the power of one recruit – LeBron James – for the Miami Heat team. Similarly, recruiting expert John Sullivan urges you to identify what specific positions can have an outsized impact on your organization and establish a “high-impact” recruiting team capable of attracting those game changers. TLNT.com
Did you quit over money or your manager?
After attending an HR conference where everyone repeated the message that people quit jobs because of managers not money, blogger Laurie Ruettimann pushes back, arguing that may be true for well-educated knowledge workers but not the many low-wage earners in today’s economy, who take (and quit) jobs for money. The Cynical Girl
Fill in these blanks for a better tomorrow
Every night, Chris Brogan recommends filling in these statements: Tomorrow, I’m going to ____; to be ready, I need to ____; I will remember my _____; the random thoughts that just filled my head are _____; also remember to__________. Bruna Martinuzzi on OpenForum.com
Use video to find your next hire
Ziggeo allows you to screen applicants for a job by video, asking them questions they need to answer. Entrepreneur Seth Godin says it’s an extraordinary way to get insight on a large number of people in a very short time. Seth Godin’s Blog
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Harvey Schachter is a Battersea, Ont.-based writer specializing in management issues. He writes Monday Morning Manager and management book reviews for the print edition of Report on Business and an online work-life column Balance. E-mail Harvey Schachter