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Mastering the Job Interview Process with Lavie Margolin

Competitive Resumes

Lavie Margolin is back on the show to talk about his latest book Mastering the Job Interview. Send email feedback to mark@thevoiceofjobseekers.com.

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I disagree with career experts who claim the resume has just one purpose

Career Trend

A tweet floated by in my Twitter stream the other day reminding careerists that “the ONLY purpose of a resume is to get you that interview!”

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Five Top Tips For Effective Networking

Ms. Career Girl

The post Five Top Tips For Effective Networking appeared first on Ms. Commit to building fewer, more valuable connections. Be confident. Follow up.

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Is Hiring Students Worth the Investment?

Evil HR Lady

Hiring students to work at your restaurant seems pretty normal. However, employing younger staff members comes with both benefits and drawbacks. Is it the right decision for your restaurant? Here are a few considerations to keep in mind. Think about Training Time. You will have to train them on every little detail of the job. Vitamix

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The 4-point framework for answering job interview questions

Cube Rules

That’s happened in literally all of the interviews I’m participating in for the day job. It drives me (and the hiring manager) crazy.

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Ways to Get a Better Office Environment for Women and Men

Evil HR Lady

We talk a lot about making the workplace better for women, but the reality is, we should make the workplace better for everyone. Women and men do (generally) have different needs and wants in the workplace, but what benefits one group can benefit others. Create set schedules for retail/shift work. Salary openness. Provide management training.

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Why Is My Executive Job Search Taking So Long?

Executive Career Brand

I won’t sugarcoat it. Executive job search in the digital age is hard! It requires plenty of planning and purposeful work. Do it right from the start.

2017 34

From Property to Well-being

Career Shifters

"I felt drained and lethargic all the time, with no energy to do what I really wanted to be doing.”. This is how she did it

2017 27

9 Interview Tips for College Grads on the Job Hunt

Blogging4jobs

You have just graduated, and it is great congratulations! Not everyone manages to start and finish a third-level course, and you did it. You should be proud of yourself. But now, you are getting. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution.

2017 20

Blood, Sweat, Tears, and Goal Setting

Ms. Career Girl

The post Blood, Sweat, Tears, and Goal Setting appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. So let’s talk about the blood and sweat and tears of writing. You do?

2017 21

Similarities Between Athletes and HR

Evil HR Lady

. The similarities between athletes and HR leaders might seem far fetched to some, but whatever their surface differences may be, they are both trying to inspire and achieve greatness. Here’s a few more similarities between the athletes and HR. Gymnastics. Can you do back flips and turns on a balance beam? Talk about a tough balance!

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the things you don’t know about work when you’re early in your career

Ask A Manager

Last week, I asked what misconceptions you had when you were new to the work world , and what misconceptions you’ve seen from junior people around you. There were loads of insightful comments, and here are 15 of my favorites. If something didn’t get fixed, I assumed that the boss knew and had decided not to do anything about it. ” 2.

2017 27

No Qualifications? No Problem!

Career Alley

For the longest time, there has been a huge premium placed on the need for job candidates to be as qualified as possible. Having a college degree was once a sign that someone was at the very top of their field and would make the perfect candidate. Of course, as time has gone on degrees have […]. Career advice Careers skills

2017 16

Ep 109 – Diversity Recruiting with American Heart Association

Blogging4jobs

It seems a week doesn’t go by that the topic of workplace diversity isn’t in the global or national news. Diversity is an important topic of discussion for employers who are government contractors. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution.

2017 19

What Is It Really Like Dating a Workaholic ?

Ms. Career Girl

The post What Is It Really Like Dating a Workaholic ? appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Workaholics love this. Are they still attracted to you? A lot.

2017 21

Why You Should Stop Harassing Cracker Barrel about Brad’s Wife

Evil HR Lady

Nanette Byrd, better known as Brad’s wife, lost her job at Cracker Barrel. People lose their job every day, but what makes this case special is that this has become internet famous, with a petition (with over 20,0000 signatures) demanding answers as to why Nanette Byrd lost her job after 11 years. Of course, you say! You want answers!

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should I leave my new job after the first day?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I started today my job and I am feeling very disappointed. My manager didn’t show up as he is on holiday and another is working from home. Another manager introduced me to the team, which replied “nice to meet you” without really caring about me. Nobody is even talking to each other at their desks.

2017 22

Sucking Up to HR Is Like Tipping Your Blackjack Dealer.

HR Capitalist

Can sucking up to HR protect you from layoffs? Sucking up needs to be in this order: Client -> Boss -> Boss’s staff -> Accounting -> (50 other things) -> HR. Kissing HR ass is like tipping your blackjack dealer. They can’t cheat for you even if they wanted to. OK - I wish that was mine. And by removing them from Twitter.

2017 14

30+ Talent Acquisition Technologies That Use #ArtificialIntelligence

Blogging4jobs

Earlier I wrote about different ways in which HR and recruiting can use artificial intelligence to help bare some of the administrative burden that seems to take up so much of our time. In this. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution.

2017 14

Wake Up Your Talents: Ways to Make Your Passion for Creating Art Into a Profitable Career

Career Alley

here are some ideas on how to take a fun pastime like sketching, painting and coloring, and turn it into a life's career in art. Career advice Creative careers

2017 16

Know Who Your Employer Is? – You May Be Wrong.

Sklover Working Wisdom

“During the day, I don’t believe in ghosts. At night, I’m a little bit more open-minded.”. – Author Unknown. ACTUAL CASE HISTORIES : Case History #1: Newly Established Entity: George interviewed for a position with a well-known sales and marketing agency headquartered in Italy. His email said, “Looks fine to me. I will be opening a U.S.

2017 16

Need A Willpower Refill? Check Out These Tips!

Ms. Career Girl

The post Need A Willpower Refill? Check Out These Tips! appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Last night, I happened on an annual running event. I know.

5 American Hiring Trends to Watch in 2017

The Undercover Recruiter

The hiring outlook for 2017 is the best the U.S. 3 in 10 expect to hire part-time, permanent staff, while half of all employers anticipate adding.

2017 12

update: my coworker has punched and kicked me under the table at meetings

Ask A Manager

Remember the letter writer a couple of weeks ago whose coworker was punching and kicking her under the table at meetings — hard? Here’s the update. I ended up getting the nerve to talk to my boss about it. Honestly, I’ve never seen someone’s eyes bug out of their head so much. Here’s hoping it stays that way! updates

2017 18

5 Tips for Kick-Starting Your Bilingual Career

Career Alley

Don’t let yourself discouraged! It’s vital you act quickly and make the time to improve your language skills. Career change Bilingual Careers

2017 16

7 Job Search Tips for Your 2020 Self

Competitive Resumes

Grit and grind will always matter in the job search as much as having adequate hard and soft skills. Many surveys including Remote.co It won’t be easy.

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5 Reasons No One Is Reading Your Blog

Ms. Career Girl

The post 5 Reasons No One Is Reading Your Blog appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Your titles don’t grab readers’ attention. Career Girl.

2017 11

4 Tips to Reduce Employee Absenteeism

The Undercover Recruiter

In fact, unauthorised absenteeism has a significant impact on. View Article. 4 Tips to Reduce Employee Absenteeism.

2017 11

work questions from Friends, Gilmore Girls, Jane Austen, and more

Ask A Manager

After I answered a question last year about how one of Twilight vampires could keep his true nature hidden at work, I received a bunch of other questions from literature and TV. Here are four of them. Fired for accepting a kickback (Friends). In a Season 2 episode of Friends, Monica is promoted to buyer for her restaurant. Jane Austen). Vivi: Huh?

2017 16

How To Work Your Way Out of a Career Rut

Career Alley

We all have the odd day when work doesn’t feel great or exciting, or much fun at all. But what if you feel like that about your job every single day, when you feel that what you do is getting you nowhere and doesn’t inspire you at all? Career advice Career Change

2017 16

When Your Job Search is in “Code Blue” You…

Competitive Resumes

Going into vacation mode, I wanted to offer some job search advice in what you can do in a pinch. Employers seem to ignore you lately.

2017 11

The New Friendship Rules: Ten Commandments For Adults

Ms. Career Girl

The post The New Friendship Rules: Ten Commandments For Adults appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.”

2017 11

Adapting to Gig Employment: Is It Right for Your Organization?

Evil HR Lady

According to A Vision for the Economy of 2040 , a report published by The Roosevelt Institute and the Kauffman Foundation, gig employment will make the American economy of 2040 “scarcely recognizable.” That said, adapting to gig employment is something that every organization should think about. appeared first on Evil HR Lady.

my employee is refusing to travel because her husband said she can’t

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’m a manager who has an employee who recently (late last year) accepted a promotion that involves travel. It would be a maximum of one overnight monthly, but more typically one overnight per quarter. She accepted the position knowing that this level of travel would be required. What are our options here? law + order

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