Choosing a job with good company culture

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U.S. News & World Report

Don't end up unhappy because you took a job with a company that has a bad culture. Instead, stay on the lookout for warning signs when you go in for an interview. Robert A. Giacalone, a human resources professor at Temple's Fox School of Business, offers several suggestions, including researching the company's reputation online. "If they are treating their customers poorly," Giacalone says, "you won't fare any better."