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How To Recover From A Job Layoff

Career Realism

You can recover from a job layoff by doing the following: 1. Conduct a salary analysis. Quick Tips: What To Do After A Layoff.

Why layoffs are a jobseekers best friend

Resume Bear

Layoffs suck. Insert the sound of fingers snapping here) Okay, besides the sentiment of my poem, what else do layoffs make you think about?

Attention Recent Layoffs – Especially Folks from Hewlett-Packard

Career Realism

Which leads me to the following… Why not give layoff victims a choice in outplacement services? That’s okay though, I’ve got a solution!

Get Ready! The Layoffs Continue.

Careers Done Write

Bureau of Labor Statistics , employers carried out 1,434 mass layoff actions in January 2012 that affected 129,920 employees. Start a brag file.

5 Ways to Avoid a Layoff

Career Alley

Difficult economic times often result in major layoffs. That then begs the question, how does the average worker avoid a layoff? jobs by.

6 Ways to Catapult Your Job Search After a Layoff

The Undercover Recruiter

If there’s one lesson the recession has made painfully clear, it’s that no one is immune from layoffs. The worst part? Apply for unemployment.

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I distributed layoff plans without permission, new job says I can’t take a previously okayed trip, and more

Ask A Manager

I found my company’s layoff plans on the copier … and distributed them. That said, I wouldn’t assume that this will change their layoff plans or that it will result in raises. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. There are several changes happening at my current workplace. What are your thoughts? Should you distributed it?

my internship is giving me back pain, asking for a raise during layoffs, and more

Ask A Manager

Asking for a raise for a promotion in the middle of layoffs. However, there was no discussion of an increase in salary during our initial discussion. But with this reorganization came a quite a few layoffs, and I hate admit it, but I don’t want to seem ungrateful for the opportunity. It’s four answers to four questions.

Increase Your Chances of Keeping your Salary Post Layoff

Career Key

Tuesday, August 4, 2009 Increase Your Chances of Keeping your Salary Post Layoff Want to land on your feet post-layoff? Its a reminder that getting too comfortable in your career can damage your ability to survive a layoff with your income level intact. Increase Your Chances of Keeping your Salary Post. Lawrence K.

5 Effects of Hiring With a Ferrari Taste on a Honda Budget

The Undercover Recruiter

If other employers are offering a significantly higher salary than why is that candidate not entertaining those positions? And they are right.

should I ask for a lower salary, my boss wants me to inflate people’s performance ratings, and more

Ask A Manager

Should I ask for a lower salary? Even with a smaller salary, I’ve always been comfortable in my life and am not greedy. When I was hired, my boss agreed to my salary expectations. I feel the salary issue may have been one of the causes on why I was one of the first to go. Accept the salary they offered you.

Cancer and Layoffs

Evil HR Lady

Not that layoffs are ever pleasant, but this one is particularly rotten. You are right to be concerned about PR, but it is far more likely that a case like this won't hit the papers (so many layoff stories to choose from!), As if layoffs don't cause their own morale problems.) Bad year). This feels totally wrong. Blech.

Cancer and Layoffs

Evil HR Lady

Not that layoffs are ever pleasant, but this one is particularly rotten. You are right to be concerned about PR, but it is far more likely that a case like this won't hit the papers (so many layoff stories to choose from!), As if layoffs don't cause their own morale problems.) Bad year). This feels totally wrong. Blech.

a friend is aggressively trying to get a sales lead from me, I was offered a new job but they won’t tell me the salary, and more

Ask A Manager

My fear is if I accept officially without any salary and bonus documentation, my company could easily not pay me anything extra. Timing my resignation when we have upcoming layoffs. However, our department is facing a round of layoffs that are happening in early July. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Weird.”

How to Reduce the Salary of Exempt Level Employees

Blogging4jobs

Some smaller companies have had to “bite the bullet” and reduce the salaries of their exempt level employee s. Michael (Mike) D. Photo Credit.

The Truth Behind Passive Candidates

The Undercover Recruiter

I know things happen that are out of our control, from layoffs to ownership changes to being caught in the wrong situation. Let’s stay on topic.

What to Do When Asked About Your Previous Salary

Jennifer Anthony

→ What to Do When Asked About Your Previous Salary Posted on April 13, 2010 by Jennifer Anthony By Jennifer Anthony Score! What to do?

cutting the salary of a low-performing new hire, I lied in an interview, and more

Ask A Manager

Cutting the salary of a disappointing new hire. She asked for a higher salary than entry-level, which we were okay with giving based on her experience. Essentially, we regret paying her the higher salary and feel that she isn’t worth it. He mentioned that they can’t promote someone when they do all of these layoffs.

5 Interview Hacks That Will Give You An Edge (No Confidence Required)

Career Realism

Refuse to share salary details. 5 Interview Hacks That Will Give You An Edge (No Confidence Required). Work It Daily. Bulletproof your resume.

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For job security, save one month’s salary

Cube Rules

You’ll never remove the risk of a layoff. Related Posts 5 bedrock rules for starting your job search 5 personal finance actions to do before 2010 4 Ways Career Management is Personal Finance 4 benefits of practicing a layoff Personal finance excellence is now a required Cubicle Warrior skill Zemanta. Job security is a myth.

Being Laid Off? Know Your Rights As An Employee

Career Realism

Final pay may not include severance pay for the layoff. The agreement defines the terms of layoff as well as a release clause.

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my boss puts incompetent coworker in charge when he’s away, explaining what I’ve done since my layoff, and more

Ask A Manager

A job candidate’s desired salary is far outside our posted range. One applicant, who seems qualified for this position, wrote in her cover letter that her salary requirements are in the range of $55-60k, which is between $10-20k higher than was clearly listed in the job announcement. It’s five answers to five questions.

How To Find Out If Your Company Is About To Lay You Off

Resume Bear

Employees entitled to notice under the WARN Act include managers and supervisors, hourly wage, and salaried workers. What is it?

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Think Your Job is Killing You? It Actually Could Be.

The Job Quest

The economic downturn did hit hard, and sometimes layoffs/company closures are inevitable — even in today’s recovery period.

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5 Interview Hacks That Will Give You An Edge (No Confidence Required)

Career Realism

Refuse to share salary details. 5 Interview Hacks That Will Give You An Edge (No Confidence Required). CAREEREALISM. Bulletproof your resume.

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managing someone my fiance had a conflict with, following up on a promised salary review, and more

Ask A Manager

I noted you discussed stating whether a position was purposely short however does this hold true for layoffs? I look like a job hopper because my first two positions resulted in layoffs and both under the two-year mark. My offer letter promised to review my salary in six months, but it didn’t happen. Here we go….

TheLadders: Job-board salary fraud? | Jennifer Anthony's Official Blog

Jennifer Anthony

Posted on February 10, 2010 by Jennifer Anthony TheLadders: Job-board salary fraud? 2 Responses to TheLadders: Job-board salary fraud?

Justify your salary–and your job–by adding value

Catherines Career Corner

Takeaway: Dodging the layoff bullet has never been easy. The post Justify your salary–and your job–by adding value appeared first on Catherine's Career Corner. Let’s talk about job security. There isn’t any. The technology boom is long over, and most of us have [.]. How to Get the Promotion You Deserve.

my boss emails and texts me at all hours

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I am a salaried employee. Is it ok for my boss to text me and email me all the time, even late weekends? Is it okay for him to ask me to call an hourly employee late at night to work? I answer this question — and four others — over at Inc. You can read it here. Helping an unhappy boss. advice about your boss outside

when a “sick” employee is spotted around town

Ask A Manager

Other questions I’m answering there today include: Telling a candidate we can’t meet her salary expectations. How to volunteer for a layoff. A reader writes: Should an employee who has called in sick to work and is seen out shopping lose that day’s pay? I am the employer. You can read it here. outside workplace practices

7 Recruiting Competencies to Guide the 21st Century Recruiter

Blogging4jobs

They are paid a salary plus a commission for their performance as well as their company’s performance, typically annually or bi-annually.

4 Critical Lessons I Learned After Getting Laid Off

Career Realism

I was hired by this company as a contractor and promised a salaried position at the end of the contract period. I knew something was up.

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Resumebear: Job Hunting While Still Employed? Keep it Private

Resume Bear

Don’t lie about your experience, salary or education — you will get caught. ” at the office. ” Timing is important.

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10 Scenarios When It’s Absolutely Critical To Quit Your Job

Career Realism

Do they have a history of annual layoffs? Sometimes, things just don’t work out and it’s time to move on. Sometimes, it’s a lot more complex.

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update: how can I keep my star performer, without being able to pay or promote him (while his less competent coworker earns double)?

Ask A Manager

We are given budgets for salaries, and that’s where my major hurdle was. He told me, and it was almost double his current salary. Here’s the update. To clarify some things, my company has a two-tier partnership structure. We each have around 5%. I don’t know it either.). He is the same age as some of their kids.

5 Mindset Shifts Necessary For Career Success

Career Realism

Get clear about the value you provide and what that value is worth to your organization so you can make a clear business case for your desired salary. Create multiple streams of income to insulate yourself in the event of a layoff or downsizing. Success in life truly is a head game. Mindset #3: I am solely responsible for my success.

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ResumeBear: Have These Answers Ready for Your Job Interview

Resume Bear

What salary do you want for this job? current issue the company is working on or how their recent layoff in another department.

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5 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Quitting

Career Realism

If you feel like layoffs, pay decreases or salary freezes are on the cards then it might be time to look at moving jobs ASAP.

This Big HR Mistake Has Your Name On It. Pray It Doesn't End Your Career.

HR Capitalist

More from TechCrunch : "The suspense on the day of the layoffs was a continuation of a pattern at BuyWithMe. You know the drill. Oh Sh##.

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Don’t Let Your Age Hold You Back When Job Hunting.

Resume Bear

We have also had to accept taking lesser wages in order to get back in the working world following a layoff, etc.

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