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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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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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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.

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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

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.

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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

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

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

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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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.

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

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

2017 13

From Finance to Supporting Social Ventures

Career Shifters

"My girlfriend innocently asked me how work was going, and I went off on a long rant.”. So he set out to discover something more. This is his story

2017 12
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4 Reasons You Won’t Win That Talent

The Undercover Recruiter

Over a decade ago, after the company I was working for in New York City was sold, I experienced something many people experience in their careers – unemployment. After moving to a new city where the industry I had previously worked in clearly didn’t exist, I was forced to start over again from square one. View Article.

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

Hard-Knock Recruiter Life: "Can You Turn That Down for Me?"

HR Capitalist

Case in point: I'm working on a great high level HR search for one of my favorite customers. Good candidate flow. Interesting conversations.

is it weird to stretch at work, is declining a reference call a red flag, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Is it weird to do stretching exercises at work? I have a full-time desk job and I have been taking a 10-minute break every day (for the last three months) at work to stretch. Nothing crazy, but I find it really helps! No one has complained or brought it up to management or HR. Get out. short answer

5 Reasons it’s YOUR Fault Employees Waste Time

The Undercover Recruiter

To paraphrase the comedian Louis CK, there are two types of people in this world: people who say they waste time at work and dirty liars. According to Salary.com, 9 in 10 employees admit to goofing off during work hours, with over a quarter confessing they do so for more than two hours each day. View Article.

9 Ways to Liven Up Your Work Outfits This Summer

Ms. Career Girl

The post 9 Ways to Liven Up Your Work Outfits This Summer appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. The following is a guest post by Christine Rudolph.

2017 11

Hiring the Best Global Talent Like the San Antonio Spurs

Blogging4jobs

I was recently watching the San Antonio Spurs basketball team and marveling at their accomplishments (5 championships, 16 years of 50 plus win seasons, and the fact that they are currently neck and neck for the best record in the NBA despite not having as many superstars as the Golden State Warrior or Cleveland Cavaliers). […].

work travel expenses with a baby, required to be on the “fun committee,” and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Work travel expenses with a baby. I work for a large company that is always trying to out-do its competitors on the Top 100 Employers lists, so we generally have good benefits. When it comes to expenses, they are generally fair but strict. In May, I have a four-day training out of state.

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Why Start-Ups Need to Have a Talent Community

The Undercover Recruiter

Let’s face it, start-ups have 99 problems and surely employer branding ain’t one of them? View Article. start-up talent community

Turning Your Hobby into an Earning Career: Here’s How

Ms. Career Girl

The post Turning Your Hobby into an Earning Career: Here’s How appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Do a self-assessment. Get your first sale.

Firing Discrimination: Trump & The Culture of Beauty

Blogging4jobs

In a post truth, alternative factoid world, knowing the certainty of an issue is an increasingly slippery endeavor. For those in the HR profession who deal with discrimination and harassment laws, Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution.

I was rejected for a job because of my romantic history

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I work in a fairly insular field in a small geographic region, where people in the trade tend to know each other from the workplace and socially. Normally this is a dynamic that facilitates freer sharing of information and resources, which is great. However, sometimes it can get incestuous and go sour. What do you think? Who knows.

5 Bad Recruiter Behaviours Which Need to STOP!

The Undercover Recruiter

Recruiters do a very important job. Without recruiters my career would not have been so rewarding nor so interesting as it has been so far.

The Many Ways Improving Your Style Can Change Your Life

Ms. Career Girl

The post The Many Ways Improving Your Style Can Change Your Life appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Feel More Confident. Discover More About Yourself.

Your LinkedIn Questions Answered!

Professional Resume Services

Whether you’re new to LinkedIn or a veteran, you may appreciate these tips on how to get the most out of your profile.

how to be happier at work

Ask A Manager

How happy you are with your job can have a significant impact on the amount of happiness in your life overall. And yet for some people, work is a major source of unhappiness and dissatisfaction. If that’s true for you, it might be because you’re in the wrong job. At U.S. News & World Report today, I talk about what those changes are.

We’re pleased to offer another new “Model Letter”:

Sklover Working Wisdom

Request for Guarantee of Start-Up’s Obligations. A start-up is many times more likely to be closed than any other kind of business. 2017 Alan L.

The Benefits of Taking a Short Break Alone

Ms. Career Girl

The post The Benefits of Taking a Short Break Alone appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Choosing a Destination. Freedom. Enjoyable exercise.