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Asking For A Raise Is Tough — Here’s How To Prepare For It

Ms. Career Girl

Asking for a raise can be a daunting task, and new research reveals that many Americans struggle with it. As a professional, it’s just something you have to become used to. Don’t succumb to the fallacy that your company hasn’t offered you a raise because they don’t think you deserve it.

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Three Ways Machine Learning Has Changed the Recruitment Process Forever

Career Alley

Over the years and with the ever-growing businesses, recruiting new talents has been a time consuming and tiresome exercise. Talk about the sift through a sea of resumes with an aim of finding the right candidate for a vacancy in your business. Isn’t it discouraging? Find your Dream Job Recruitment

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Sorry, HR, You Don’t Get Any Friends at Work

Evil HR Lady

I like people. I like helping people. I like having people over to my house for dinner. In fact, just last night I had Kate Bischoff and her kids over for dinner. Kate’s a work colleague and a friend. It was fabulous. But, if you’re an HR person, you absolutely, positively, should not have people in your client groups over for dinner. If you answer yes to any of the following questions about someone at work, you should never build a friendship with them.

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The hidden scars of a job loss affect people years after the event

Cube Rules

Sometimes, the best thing is to get laid off. It, of course, is tumultuous, chaos, stressful, and oftentimes, maddening. In the long run, however, a layoff can help you define yourself, what you want to do and who you want to work for.

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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“One can pay back the loan of gold, but one dies forever in debt to those who are kind.” ” – Mayan Proverb. Kindness is a variable blend of being friendly, generous and considerate. It is a unique act in a moment’s time, as well as a quality of character that lasts a lifetime.

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7 LinkedIn Things You Should Do. But Probably Don’t

Executive Career Brand

Whether you’re using LinkedIn for executive job search. or career management. or building business, you should want to make it work optimally for you. I review lots of LinkedIn profiles every day, and see some things that still baffle me. People put things on their profiles that don’t belong […]. The post 7 LinkedIn Things You Should Do. But Probably Don’t appeared first on Executive Career Brand. Executive Job Search LinkedIn personal branding

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Key Man / Key Woman Clause – How to Protect Your Key Business Relations

Sklover Working Wisdom

“A satisfied customer is the best business strategy of all.”. – Michael LeBoeuf. ACTUAL CASE HISTORIES : Rita was a highly regarded Senior Sales Account Manager for an industrial plumbing supplies company headquartered in Springfield, Illinois that catered to a handful of large construction firms in the Upper Midwest and Canada. Over 20 or so years, she had developed strong client relationships based in a deep trust for her good judgment and for her devotion to client interests.

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Ready To Start Building Your Personal Brand?

Ms. Career Girl

There was a time when a person’s reputation was one of their most valued possessions. It allowed others to know what to expect from you long before they met you. If that sounds a lot like what we call your personal brand in today’s world, you’re right.

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Why Omarosa Manigault Newman’s Recordings Should Terrify All Business Owners

Evil HR Lady

Omarosa Manigault Newman has a new book coming out, Unhinged , about her time in the Trump White House. I’m sure people who agree with it will proclaim it as gospel truth and people who disagree with it will cry “fake news!” ” That’s not what you should be worried about. Instead, let’s worry about the fact that she secretly recorded meetings. This should be a wake-up call for every business owner and manager out there.

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How to use Poker Skills to meet your Career Goals

Career Alley

The glitz and glamour of the poker lifestyle is such that you might not realise the various skills and attributes a successful poker player needs […]. Launch your Career Career Goals

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How to Deal With a Bully Boss

Jobacle

You’ve just started a great job, but you find yourself dealing with a bully boss. What do you do? You don’t want to lose the job, but you deserve to be treated better. Don’t worry. You’re not powerless. Learn how to deal with this type of boss and get the respect you deserve. Realize It’s Not You.

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From Newspapers to Design Consultancy

Career Shifters

“My enthusiasm had dwindled. It wasn't the job I'd first started.”. Kathryn George's workplace was changing – and it felt soul-destroying. After seeking out support from a wide range of sources, she decided to strike out alone.

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Nine Tips to Working with Family—And Still Like Each Other

Ms. Career Girl

“ Working with family? I could never do that.”. If you’ve ever thought this, you’re not alone. So many people think that their family dynamics just could not transfer to the workplace. But I’m here to tell you working with family is possible.

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Dilemma of the Month: Managing Seasonal Labor

Evil HR Lady

My business is quite seasonal. We have work year round, but in the off-season we don’t need the same number of employees. It’s just not profitable to keep everyone on the payroll 12 months out of the year. Can I drop hours? Can I lay people off and rehire? Are there things that make one option better than the other? To read my answer, click here: Dilemma of the Month: Managing Seasonal Labor. Leave your own in the comments.

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5 Hot Careers in the Hearing Industry

Career Alley

In recent years, there have been many advances in hearing aid technology. This has allowed individuals with hearing loss the opportunity to go about their […]. Discover Career Opportunities Hot Careers

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Helpful Tips For Landing Your Dream Job

Jobacle

Did you realize that only 30 percent of Americans claim to be working their dream job? If you are trying to branch out and pursue your passions, then having an adequate plan is a must. While you may be working a job you don’t necessarily like, there is always room for change.

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What You Should be Telling Your Candidates Before a Job Interview

The Undercover Recruiter

When you get to the stage of inviting a candidate to come in for an interview, you are already halfway towards employing them, sometimes even more. You have read their CV, liked their qualifications and experience and their references are solid.

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New Boss? Start off Right!

Ms. Career Girl

Jamie Hartmann is moving on; your new manager is Iliana Garcia. As your next level manager makes the announcement, you wonder what this new boss means for you. A new boss can shake up your department, your way of working and your daily workload.

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Lawsuit: Wegmans Told Employee to “Suck It up” Instead of Granting FMLA

Evil HR Lady

Wegmans is a grocery store with an absolutely stellar reputation. They are currently in the number two spot on Fortune’s Top 100 Companies to Work for , and they’ve been on that list for the past 21 years. They promote from within, they offer scholarships, and their employees generally love them. All of this contributes to the shock I felt when employment attorney Jon Hyman brought a recent lawsuit against Wegmans to my attention.

2018 109

Top 5 Reasons to Embrace Machine Learning in Your Organization

Imarticus Learning

The economic sector is now extremely digitized to the benefit of companies and organizations. The techniques to reach out to customers and have a position in the market are no more in need of a physical entity.

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Why Facilitating Leadership Training Is Hard (Video).

HR Capitalist

Spent the Last couple of weeks onboarding a great HR pro to help me facilitate a bunch of Leadership Training via my BOSS series in the next month. It's reminded me of what I already knew, but sometimes forget: Being a good to great facilitator of Leadership Training is hard. Why?

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What’s the Greatest Pitfall with Candidate Experience?

The Undercover Recruiter

With most things in life, nothing is ever perfect and the same can be said about candidate experience. And whilst you might have the best intention to give future employees the best candidate experience, there are times when you may fall a little short.

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Why You’re Getting Sick in the Summer… And How to Avoid It!

Ms. Career Girl

Despite the association made between sickness and wintertime, many are surprised when they fall ill during the beautiful, warm summer season. While our immune systems do tend to take down viruses with more ease in the summertime, they don’t always win the fight.

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Ep 147 – Effective Workplace Productivity for Leaders

Blogging4jobs

The economic consequences of productivity are approximately $7 trillion in lost productivity, according to this Gallup report which found that 70% of that lost productivity can be attributed to. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution. The economic consequences of productivity are approximately $7 trillion in lost productivity, according to this Gallup report which found that 70% of that lost productivity can be attributed to managers.

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Agile: The Art and Science of Change Management

Imarticus Learning

The merits of agility were first pointed in good detail by Charles Darwin himself. According to his words, “In the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed.”.

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Recruitment Hurdles: 6 Greatest Challenges Faced by the HR Industry

Corn on the Job

Humans make the products and provide the services that make the world go around. Human Resources (HR) is all about finding the right candidates, keeping them happy and optimizing this human capital. Recruitment hurdles: What are the 6 greatest challenges faced by the HR industry?

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7 Rules for Recruiters When Texting with Candidates

The Undercover Recruiter

Sponsored by MightyRecruiter We’ve said it many times before: timing is everything in recruiting. So often it makes the difference between winning enough attention of talented prospects to bring them into your hiring funnel, or getting brushed off as “just another recruiter.”

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How to Know When You Have Outstayed a Job

Ms. Career Girl

Knowing for sure whether you’ve outstayed a job or not can be a confusing and terrifying thought process. Is taking a new job worth the risk? Will you move and wish you were back where you are now? Do you even know what direction you’d head in if you were to start looking for a new job?

2018 141

Should I get a divorce? 5 questions to ask before you do it

Penelope Trunk

The New York Times has an 11-point list of questions to ask yourself to see if you’ve done everything you can to save your marriage. I coach a lot of people who are thinking about getting a divorce.

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?? 150+ Awesome Job Search Life Hacks You Need To Try

JobMob

Avoid being a job search hack with these job search hacks. Photo by Jo Szczepanska. 1000lifehacks.com is a great website than I can easily spend a few hours clicking through, picking up useful tips for all kinds of things. And I actually did.

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Could Creating Multiple Income Streams Be Your Ultimate Career?

Corn on the Job

Finding a career that you love, that really resonates with you can be a difficult task. Most people spend their lives flitting from career to career trying to find one that they want to stick with. There’s nothing wrong with this – you need to be happy at fulfilled at work.

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How to Humanize Your Employer Branding through Storytelling

The Undercover Recruiter

Sometimes companies lead with mission and values, but stories are what makes it real for candidates. In this interview, Lauryn Sargent of Stories Incorporated talks about what makes a good story and gives examples of story content that effectively communicate concepts like culture and values.

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Simple Acts that Improve the Outcomes of EVERY Conversation

Ms. Career Girl

Are Your Conversations Really Productive? . Whether you’re in a leadership position or simply a member of a team, you have the power to fuel productive and meaningful engagement, which ultimately will help you shine. Two simple practices are all you need. Fuel Productive and Meaningful Engagement. How often do your workplace conversations spin around problems, complaints, or talking trash about disengaged and unproductive colleagues? You can change that in a heartbeat!

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my coworkers keep complaining about me

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’m having a hard time fitting into the culture of my new office, and it’s starting to wear on me.

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