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30 Interview Questions You Can’t Ask and 30 Sneaky, Legal Alternatives to Get the Same Info

In every job interview, the goal is to obtain important information while building a friendly rapport with the candidate. But some questions are just a little too friendly. Protect yourself and your company from legal trouble and embarassment by avoiding the wrong questions while still getting to the root of the concern behind the question. Read on for 30 ways to turn litigious questions into harmless, legal alternatives.

10 Pieces of Lame Job-Search Advice

Not every piece of job search advice you hear is worth following. In fact, some of it is downright bad and will hurt your chances. Here are 10 pieces of advice that you should ignore every time

The Sex Scholar

Decades before Kinsey, Stanford professor Clelia Mosher polled Victorian-era women on their bedroom behavior—then kept the startling results under wraps.

The New Gay Activist: Living in a Small Town with Kids, Changing One Mind at a Time

I come reluctantly to this pronouncement, but I am an activist — the gay kind.

LGBT Parenting – children matter

This report will change the debate and the nature of the arguments that are heard against same-sex marriage.

Why Nonprofits Should Embrace Social Impact Financing

Social entrepreneurs in Britain have come up with a creative new way to finance efforts to mend our social contract, to address problems like unemployment, homelessness, recidivism and drug addiction at a time when government resources are severely constrained.

Gen Next on the Board

n these increasingly difficult times, the need for active and engaged board members is greater than ever. The generation under 40 is a largely untapped resource, nationally comprising less than 15 % of board members. This is a generation committed to the value of service. They have the expertise crucial for nonprofits seeking to create sustainable business models.  They also have experience with fundraising.


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