6 Flags That You Shouldn’t Take the Job

These warning signs will help you determine whether a position is the wrong fit for you.

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Many times, when young people are looking for a job for the first time, they are so eager to get a position that they do not adequately analyze whether it is the right place for their professional development. Here are six red flags that indicate that it may not be a good idea to take a job that in a few months will make you wonder: what did I get myself into?

1. They tell you that the responsibilities will increase, but the pay does not increase in the same proportion

If the job

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Talent Plus Senior Leader Megan Leasher Named One of The 10 Most Influential Leaders in HR

(Lincoln, Neb.) – Megan Leasher, PhD, Chief Solutions Strategist, Talent Plus, Inc., is highlighted in the current edition of Insight Success as one of the The 10 Most Influential Leaders in HR.

Offered the editor, Sumita Sarkar, “Human resource management is one of the most strategic and challenging jobs. From finding and recruiting new talent, to training and engaging them, while also resolving various conflicts along with keeping an eye on the overall employee productivity levels, the human resource manager shoulders it all. We at Insights Success realized the need to identify the most successful HR leaders by coming up with this yearly special edition to recognize the leaders who have helped organizations make revolutionary leaps in human resource management.”

What an honor,” shared Leasher. “HR can be the ultimate change agent to help organizations pivot teams toward accomplishing goals that generate new revenue streams, inspire leaders to thrive Read the rest

UK borrowing hits highest February figure on record

The government borrowed £19.1bn last month, marking the highest figure for February since records began amid the spiralling cost of support measures during the pandemic.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) showed public borrowing ballooned thirteenfold to £19.1bn in February this year – up from £1.5bn in the same month a year earlier.

Borrowing for the year so far has reached £278.8bn — marking a first quarter record. Government bodies have spent an estimated £72.6bn on day-to-day activities in February 2021, including £3.9bn on coronavirus job support schemes.

The figure easily dwarfs the levels of borrowing seen in the aftermath of the financial crisis in the UK.

Total public sector net debt has now risen to £2.13 trillion, after a £330bn rise over the first eleven months of the financial year, according to the ONS.

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3 Reasons Why Manufacturers Want IN On An Electric Biking Boon

The VP of Bosch eBike explains how auto companies are reducing their carbon footprint in a surprising new way.

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While the pandemic has caused the auto industry to contract, the opposite has happened for electric bike manufacturers who have seen explosive international growth in the past year. 

According to a new survey commissioned by CarShield on how different seasons play a role in commuters adapting their automobile hacks: Summer sees drivers taking extreme measures to avoid a stuffy sedan, with 46{a09df0a7172ddbd410cbc83e52d18ea8893b7d066ec9e694b3e49f37d306c3bb} of respondents said they would rather “shave their heads bald” than sit in a hot auto.

Though eBikes have just become a hot commodity across the nation, the boom started in Europe nearly a decade ago. Auto and motorcycle manufacturers were

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