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FORTUNE -- Dear Annie: At the end of your recent column about cultural "fit," the expert you quoted said that most job candidates don't ask enough questions.
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by Tony Schwartz | 9:44 AM January 23, 2012
Charges of lying are a regular feature of the headlines Pamela Meyer: People may be lied to as many as 200 times a day She says there are ways to spot liars Meyer: Studying posture, body language and verbal clues can help to detect lying Editor's note: Pamela Meyer is the author of the book " Liespotting ".
Increasingly, Gen Y employees are managing people old enough to be their parents.