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Stephenie Overman

Stephenie Overman is a writer who specializes in workplace and health-care issues. She has extensive experience covering the business of managing people.

She edited Staffing Management magazine, an award-winning quarterly that covered recruiting, interviewing techniques, job boards, employee referrals, skills testing and temporary staffing. Her book, “Next-Generation Wellness at Work,” was published by The Greenwood Publishing Group. Read Bio »

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Why so many job interviewers are terrible – Fortune

Why so many job interviewers are terrible by Stephenie Overman March 8, 2013, 4:26 PM EDT E-mail Tweet Facebook Google Plus Linkedin Share iconsManagers often think that they have reached a career level where they have been magically imbued with the gift of giving a good job interview. It doesn’t work that way.

Source: Why so many job interviewers are terrible – Fortune

Medical marijuana leaves workers’ comp in cloud of confusion | BenefitsPro

At the federal level, at least, there’s no confusion over medical marijuana and whether it’s covered by workers’ compensation insurance.

Source: Medical marijuana leaves workers’ comp in cloud of confusion | BenefitsPro

Backup elder care proving popular | BenefitsPro

When young Beatles fans first heard “When I’m 64,” the lyric, “Will you still need me, will you still feed me?” was only a cute rhyme. Now, replaying their memories of the Fab Four’s U.S. invasion 50 years ago, aging baby boomers may find the questions more relevant.

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