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Companies like Netflix say harsh feedback improves their employees' work, but experts suggest bosses aren't always the best judge of performance

Making a bad first impression on your boss can doom your career — here's how to know if your gaffe is an 'unforgivable sin'

A former Google exec has used a simple framework every time she's decided to switch jobs for the last 20 years

An organisational psychologist has a sneaky job-interview question to figure out what it's really like to work somewhere

A former Google exec has some counterintuitive advice for anyone who wants to be a good boss

An expert says there's only one good time to give your employees feedback, and it's not during a performance review

A Wharton professor and organisational psychologist has a simple question for job candidates to turn the tables on their interviewer

There's a chance that automation won't mean fewer jobs across the board — in fact, it could mean more

I tried the free, personalised career-coaching app offered by companies like Zillow and Evernote, and it was a massively productive 45 minutes

Tech startups tend to lose many of their employees for the same reason, and it's completely avoidable

Barbara Corcoran reveals how to successfully ask for a raise — and what you should never say to your boss

A former Facebook HR exec says many bosses are too uncomfortable to ask people a hugely important question

A former Facebook HR executive says that sometimes the best way to impress your boss is to admit you don't know everything

A former Google HR exec asks job candidates a tough question to figure out how they will act 'when the chips are down'

Experts say a counterintuitive management strategy used by top tech companies like Google and Facebook can yield major benefits

An HR exec who's worked at Facebook and Amazon says top tech companies are hunting for candidates with a quality you'd probably expect them to hate

A former Google HR exec says people have been asking him how to get promoted for years, and he always responds with the same question

A former Google HR exec says he's seen too many people make the same mistake trying to interview candidates for jobs

An HR exec who's worked at Facebook and Amazon says no one should become a manager without taking a key step

A former Google HR exec says too many people make the same mistake when trying to impress their boss