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Today's Top Stories September 25, 2017

News

Facebook is facing two age discrimination lawsuits

Two new age discrimination lawsuits are arguing that Facebook is not the inclusive, great place to work it's supposed to be... if you're too old.

Office Life

What would you say to these crazy interview questions?

Ladders decided to go out on the streets of New York City and see how people answer some of the weirder questions out there. If this were an actual job interview, we don't think any of these people would be hired.

Productivity

Lights Out: 7 night-time rituals that will make you happy and more productive

Nightly rituals can be as importance to personal happiness and productivity as morning rituals. Here are 7 of the most effective.

The Whole Human

The benefits and challenges of being your authentic self at work

Just as no two people are the same, no two office settings are the same. But you can gain a lot from sharing aspects of your personal story at work.

Job Search

40 questions to ask before you accept a job offer

Before you accept a job offer, you need to ensure that you are going into the new role with clarity about what it will entail.

Advice

4 ways to command respect in your workplace

Why you might not be getting the respect you want at work, and how to make sure that you do in the future. Hint: it's a two-way street.

Advice

Listen up: Retaining millennial employees takes good ears

Millennials may be a different breed of employee but they are here to stay so listen to them and make the necessary adjustments for their success and the success of your business.

Advice

6 reasons recruiters say they’ll toss your resume in the trash

These things will make your resume stand out — in a bad way.

Advice

Erasing your ‘sucker score’ and other life lessons on debt

Instead of thinking a higher credit score is better, here's why you should get your debt to zero.

Office Life

Chef giving up his Michelin stars shows the perils of constantly being ranked

Once you reach the top of your field, you must choose to embrace this pressure-cooker of raised expectations — or escape its heat as Sébastien Bras has chosen to do.

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