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H.R. Nightmares

We talk with the local HR experts at Liberty Mutual, Robert Half, and BTS about what NOT to do on your next job interview. Our Best Places To Work 2013 issue is on newsstands January 25th, featuring 25 great workplaces in Baltimore that are hiring!

By Erika Kelley/1989 Films - February 2013

Video: H.R. Nightmares

We talk with the local HR experts at Liberty Mutual, Robert Half, and BTS about what NOT to do on your next job interview. Our Best Places To Work 2013 issue is on newsstands January 25th, featuring 25 great workplaces in Baltimore that are hiring!

By Erika Kelley/1989 Films - February 2013



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