Dining etiquette seems to be a lost art, particularly among college students who tend to eat fast-food while studying or watching TV. But they are in for a rude awakening when potential employers judge their table manners at dinner-time interviews. Don Rieley and Amy McPherson (Virginia Tech) teach students how to handle themselves with grace when a job interview takes place over a meal.

Also: Suzanne de Janasz (University of Mary Washington) says fewer employees are willing to sacrifice their family life for career advancement and smart companies are taking note to institute more family-friendly policies.

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