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Tracy Cashman is Senior Vice President and Partner of the Information Technology search division at WinterWyman. She takes your career-related questions during a live chat at noon.

Keep Your Employees Motivated During the Summer

Many employers realize that employee productivity can drop during the warm summer months. Here are some tips to keep your employees motivated this summer.

‘Gappers’ Leave Their Lives Behind for a Year (or Two) to Travel

Taking a “gap year,” a relatively new trend in travel, means leaving your job and traveling for months (and even years) at a time. Meet some families who have done it. Travel Stories Happening Around the World Why You Should Travel to Troll’s Tongue Explore Belize’s Jungle Ruins

Survey: Employees Value Skills More Than Education

Will a college degree really help you in the real world? A new survey by Glassdoor finds employees believe the skills they acquire at work are more valuable than a college education. Be sure to tell us what you think. 7 People Who Went From Interns to Top Execs

7 People Who Went From Interns to Top Execs

Internships can be the fastest way to get your foot in the door at a dream company and start scaling the ranks. These all-star interns turned positions at the bottom of the company totem pole into enviable executive gigs. 7 cool college internships Find the best college loan rates in your area Tracking internships around the country

10 Excuses for Being Late to Work

It happens to everyone at some point—time slips away from you, and all of a sudden you’re late for work. You’ll need an explanation. Here are 10 excuses, some standard and some out-of-the-box, that might just work.

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