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Talent Management for the Age of Career Disruption

Companies are still working from a 20th century career playbook. It’s time for a new edition. Most companies are shooting themselves in the foot in the “war for talent”. We discovered a serious misalignment between the priorities of employers and those of sought-after talents while researching our forthcoming...
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Is online education right for you?

As a student at the University of Delaware, Harrison Young had a lot on his plate. With a double major in economics, in addition to energy and environmental policy, Young was balancing a rigorous academic schedule against a busy life on campus. To offset some of the pressure,...
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Plea To Release Scholarship For Minority Students

Mysuru: World Human Rights Protection Association-Mysuru City President Ismail Shariff has urged the Union Minister of State for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi to release Moulana Azad National Scholarship for girls belonging to minority community for the academic year 2016-17. In a press release, he has stated that...
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Plea To Release Scholarship For Minority Students

Mysuru: World Human Rights Protection Association-Mysuru City President Ismail Shariff has urged the Union Minister of State for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi to release Moulana Azad National Scholarship for girls belonging to minority community for the academic year 2016-17. In a press release, he has stated that...
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