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Salary Negotiations: The Do’s and Don’ts of Asking for a Raise!

by Emilie Lewis (First published at Ready. Aim. Hire. Feb, 2016, Columbia College) Salary negotiations are always tricky: A thin line between respecting your boss and your own value as an employee. With tons of advice and suggestions out there, … Continue reading

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Imagining the Ideal Organization in Healthcare – The Vision Continues in Part V: Six More Attributes

By Jim Murphy and Beth Boynton Here is another installment in our series of posts on imagining the ideal organization in healthcare.  This time we apply the thinking of the Great Place to Work Institute, the company that produces Fortune’s … Continue reading

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Imagining the Ideal Organization in Healthcare- Part IV: Ten More Attributes

By Jim Murphy and Beth Boynton We recently started a series on what the ideal healthcare organization would look like. In our first installment we cited six characteristics, based on an article in the June Harvard Business Review (HBR).  Then we … Continue reading

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