Five Things You Need to Know This Week…

Looking Ahead in 2103 Fistful of Talent

Hey there and welcome to the first full week of 2013. Kick it off right with these five handpicked reads:

1. Tearing Down the “Electronic Cottage” - a detailed look at how telecommuting may be ruining your work/life balance.

2. LinkedIn's Endorsements Have Become Meaningless. LinkedIn Endorsements – rolled out this past September and given at rate of 10M per day – are considered by many to be irrelevant and mostly a nuisance.

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rs. Employees in lower tax brackets now, compared to when they will retire, will reap the benefits of a provision tucked in the American Taxpayer Act.

4. Standard Severance Agreement Won't Protect You from EEOC Claims. According to a recent case in Indiana it is unlawful to stop severance payment to employees who file EEOC charges.

5. Desperately Seeking Startup Skills: Where Highly Sought-After Folks Hang Out. With the arrival of a new year many startup firms are revamping their hiring plans for the year ahead – but where should they be looking for top talent?

Have a great week, FOT Nation!

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Holland Dombeck McCue
Holland Dombeck McCue is the former the Editor turned blogger here at Fistful of Talent. She joined the group in August of 2011, with the sole responsibility of making our writers look like rock stars. Now she gets to participate in all the HR/talent pundit fun. Check her out on Twitter via @Holland_Dombeck.

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