4 ways the ban on the interview question ‘What’s your current salary?’ could affect you

In a growing number of places, it’s illegal to ask about salary history. Source: 4 ways the ban on the interview question ‘What’s your current salary?’ could affect you Please like & share:

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5 Ways to Focus Your Energy During a Work Crunch

Through crisis or crunch-time, a Stoicism mentality where you always hope for the best, but are well prepared for the worse case scenario can make all the difference in the ultimate outcome and your effectiveness. After 3 devastating hurricanes and an earthquake, it is essentially the difference between life and death. You can still be […]

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The Competitive Imperative of Learning

Today’s central managerial challenge is to inspire and enable knowledge workers to solve, day in and day out, problems that cannot be anticipated. Source: The Competitive Imperative of Learning Please like & share:

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Useful Software Testing Trends to keep an Eye on

Much like software development, software testing is constantly evolving, trends changing, new tools and approaches emerging while, others fading away. Newcomers at times feel similar symptoms to motion sickness. I have found it very useful to pay more attention to the processes and approaches used in software testing and QA, than the tools or certain […]

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Words Matter

Words Matter by Christopher Saleh – March 6, 2017 Certain words even matter more when it comes to reporting innovation. Words such as “Game Changer”, “Revolutionary” and the use of such words matter. As an innovation enthusiast, for me seeing these words used to come across tremendously exciting. But, lately It is being a bit […]

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Switching careers in QA: From manual testing to automation development

If you are in the software testing or QA field and are trying to make the switch from a manual testing role to something in automation development, here’s my advice. Source: Switching careers in QA: From manual testing to automation development Please like & share:

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11 Facts About the Ambidextrous

11 Facts About the Ambidextrous From mentalfloss.com – By Adrienne Crezo 1. If you can write equally well with either hand, then you are the one percent. Even among the small population of ‘multi-handed’ individuals, very few experience equal ease and skill with both hands. In comparison, around 10% of people are lefties. 2. Right-, left- […]

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Habits. The Good, the Bad and the Essential

Habits. The Good, the Bad and the Essential By Christopher Saleh May 9, 2016 It’s been said that humans are creatures of habit. The definition of habit according to the dictionary is: an acquired behavior pattern regularly followed until it has become almost involuntary.[i] We subconsciously develop these habits to eliminate using critical thinking and […]

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Photographers and Artists: How to avoid theft of your Images

Image or Photo theft, or borrowing (To put it nicely, although it is theft regardless) is alarmingly frequent. Anytime someone saves or captured your images without your permission, it is technically considered theft. Now, it might be as big of a deal for the average person who uploads a photo to the Internet, but for […]

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Limited Bird Series on Pixels

From a nice size Canvas or Wood frame hung on the wall to throw pillows. This piece is by far one of my favorites: http://christopher-saleh.pixels.com/products/stormy-window-christopher-saleh-throw-pillow.html Save Please like & share:

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