Recent court cases have put a spotlight on whether undocumented immigrants can gain admission to the legal bar.
FORTUNE -- You've graduated law school and passed the bar. Excellent news, you've completed the two critical steps to becoming a lawyer. That is, of course, unless you're an undocumented immigrant. In that case, the congratulations train may stop right here.
Three recent court cases have put a spotlight on whether undocumented immigrants MOREClaire Zillman, reporter - Mar 10, 2014 12:46 PM ET
More people are working longer and retiring later than ever before, but very few make it past 50 years at a single employer.
By Vickie Elmer
FORTUNE -- More people are working longer and retiring later than ever before in U.S. history -- yet very few toil long enough to receive a 50-year pin or party from a single employer.
Those who reach the 50-year mark are rare enough to merit articles MOREFeb 28, 2014 5:00 AM ET
Anyone who's ever had a racy job must grapple with how and whether to reveal that experience.
By Vickie Elmer
FORTUNE -- When Sheila Hageman was 25 her mom was diagnosed with breast cancer. Hageman had worked as a stripper for seven years, and her mother's illness led her to ask, "What am I doing with myself and my body and my life?"
She decided to quit. As she planned her return to MOREFeb 27, 2014 5:00 AM ET
A new book analyzes the presentations that have attracted millions of YouTube hits, and explains what makes them so compelling.
FORTUNE -- Think about the last time you heard someone give a speech, or any formal presentation. Maybe it was so long that you were either overwhelmed with data, or you just tuned the speaker out. If PowerPoint was involved, each slide was probably loaded with at least 40 words or MOREAnne Fisher, contributor - Feb 25, 2014 1:52 PM ET
The Kelley School of Business at Indiana University has introduced an initiative aimed at bringing together the school's graduates, corporate recruiters, and an immigration law firm to breeze through the maze of H-1B visa paperwork and regulation.Claire Zillman, reporter - Feb 20, 2014 10:24 AM ET
Executives talk to different audiences all day, and sooner or later the exact wrong words are bound to pop out. It's smart to be prepared. Tim Armstrong: Take note.
FORTUNE -- It's a safe bet that when AOL chief Tim Armstrong's comment about the million-dollar price tag for saving "distressed babies" went viral, the resulting sound and fury sent a shiver through C-suites everywhere.
"This really proves that there is no such MOREAnne Fisher, contributor - Feb 13, 2014 11:06 AM ET
The public may have supported potential NFL draft pick Michael Sam's coming out, but league executives and coaches' responses have been strikingly different.Claire Zillman, reporter - Feb 10, 2014 4:48 PM ET
Most workplace conversations discourage real dialogue -- the kind you get when people feel free to challenge plans, ideas, even one another.Feb 10, 2014 12:27 PM ET
News service Patch fired hundreds of its employees by conference call on Wednesday, showing just how tactless some employers can be when it comes to mass firings.Claire Zillman, reporter - Jan 31, 2014 10:47 AM ET
Telecommuting is on the rise. The trend looks likely to speed up in 2014. Here's a list of companies leading the charge.Anne Fisher, contributor - Jan 21, 2014 10:57 AM ET
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