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How to Decide Between 2 Awesome Job Candidates
by / on 05/06/2018 at 15:15 / in The Review

How to Decide Between 2 Awesome Job Candidates

At the end of the day, having two seemingly perfect candidates and only one role to fill is really a good problem to have. It’s often hard to find one star hire, let alone multiple, and either way you decide you’ll probably end up with a great new employee. But, well, it’s still a problem. When it comes to deciding between two people […]

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Rising US-China Concerns: What’s at Stake
by / on 05/06/2018 at 11:00 / in The Review

Rising US-China Concerns: What’s at Stake

The US-China trade relationship is about more than just trade. While the proposed tariffs on China’s exports into the US represent an effort to correct the trade imbalance between the two countries, the investment relationship between the two countries is just as important, says Faryar Shirzad, global co-head of the Office of Government Affairs at Goldman Sachs. Bilateral investment, particularly […]

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5 Financial Myths That Are Totally False
by / on 04/06/2018 at 16:00 / in The Review

5 Financial Myths That Are Totally False

It’s astonishing how much financial misinformation manages to float around the Internet. Let’s separate fact and fiction. These are five financial myths that are totally false, and what you should know instead. 1. Your home is an investment Your home, first and foremost, is a place to live where you can find peace and comfort. Yes, you can make money […]

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Here’s What Happened When I Stood Up to My Office Bully
by / on 31/05/2018 at 13:00 / in The Review

Here’s What Happened When I Stood Up to My Office Bully

We all have memories of school bullies we’d like to leave behind. But bullying doesn’t end after graduation—in fact, it’s common in the workplace. According to the Workplace Bullying Institute, bullying is actually four times more common than sexual harassment in the workplace. It’s also an issue that affects both women and men. The thing about it is that it’s not easy […]

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Talks at GS: General Motors CEO Mary Barra on Crisis, Culture and the Future of Cars
by / on 30/05/2018 at 10:00 / in The Review

Talks at GS: General Motors CEO Mary Barra on Crisis, Culture and the Future of Cars

Mary Barra has reshaped the culture of General Motors since becoming chairman and CEO in 2014, starting with her direct approach to the company’s massive ignition switch recall that year, and followed by sweeping changes in product development and technology that have made GM a leader in automotive innovation. “We don’t have a right to exist,” she told Goldman Sachs Chairman and […]

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3 Things You’ll Only Understand if You Have a Work Wife (or Husband)
by / on 28/05/2018 at 12:00 / in The Review

3 Things You’ll Only Understand if You Have a Work Wife (or Husband)

Long before the term “work wife” was coined, I had one in Nina, my very first cube-mate at my very first job in NYC. As editorial assistants at a textbook publishing company, where neither of us felt particularly inspired, Nina and I needed each other to get through the tedious tasks of the day. Whenever Nina was out of office, I missed […]

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What questions should you be asking yourself when considering a career move?
by / on 25/05/2018 at 11:15 / in The Review

What questions should you be asking yourself when considering a career move?

In 2018 the world is looking very different than it did in 2008, only 10 years ago. While financial gain will always be a consideration in people’s career choices, it seems people place a stronger value on non-monetary factors in the workplace, which could be anything from ‘company culture’, ‘how modern is the company’s office’ or ‘is there potential to […]

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How to Knock Your Next Interview Out of the Park
by / on 22/05/2018 at 13:00 / in The Review

How to Knock Your Next Interview Out of the Park

Give your interviewer a firm handshake. Make eye contact. Answer each question succinctly. Have questions to ask the interviewer at the end. If you’ve had a job, then you’ve had an interview, and you likely know those interview essentials and these interview questions. But if you want to move from being a viable candidate to the hiring manager’s top choice, you’ll need to go well […]

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Taking China’s Stock Market Global by Goldman Sachs
by / on 22/05/2018 at 10:00 / in The Review

Taking China’s Stock Market Global by Goldman Sachs

On June 1, index provider MSCI will include mainland Chinese stocks, known as A-shares, into its benchmarks which are closely watched by international investors and used to guide the allocation of trillions of dollars in assets that are currently tracking them. Kinger Lau, Chief China Strategist of Goldman Sachs Research, and Christina Ma, Head of Greater China Equities of Goldman Sachs Securities, discuss the […]

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4 Ways You Can Motivate Your Team to Do Better Work (More Often)
by / on 18/05/2018 at 10:00 / in The Review

4 Ways You Can Motivate Your Team to Do Better Work (More Often)

As a boss, you’re probably doing all you can to help your team perform at its best. If you’re like some of the most successful leaders (which I hope you are!), you’re focused on setting challenging goals, running effective meetings, and using best practices for delegation. Still, as you fine-tune your management style, there’s one powerful habit you may be overlooking: Focusing on […]

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