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If I Refuse a 20 Percent Pay Cut, Is it a Resignation or Termination?

Evil HR Lady

I would appreciate some advice for my particular case. My company recently got bought out by a big corporate company. Today I got an offer letter that offers a 20% pay cut and that would increase my benefit premiums from $0 to $200/month, all for the exact same role and tasks. .

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A Note to Our Jewish Friends.

Sklover Working Wisdom

Our Best Wishes to all. Our Friends of The Jewish Faith – and all others, too – for a Sweet, Happy, Healthy, Safe and. Prosperous New Year. 2020 Alan L. Sklover All Rights Reserved. Commercial Use Prohibited. The post A Note to Our Jewish Friends. appeared first on Sklover Working Wisdom.

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Covid-19 Look Like 19 Pounds? Here’s How to Lose Covid Weight Gain!

Ms. Career Girl

It’s not just you, lots of us have struggled with putting on the “Quarantine 19”—those unwanted pounds adding on while staying at home during the pandemic. Comfort foods, constant access to snacks, and Grub Hub all contribute to our higher calories consumption lately. So what can you do about it?

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Nail Your Virtual Interviews – 21 Things You Need To Know, Do and Master

Executive Career Brand

This year so many things in our work and personal lives have been shaken up and tested. Social distancing, virtual interviews, and working from home are new work “normals” today. For many of us, our work and personal lives now intersect in ways we wouldn’t have imagined a year ago.

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“At Work, Always Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth”

Sklover Working Wisdom

“If you’re not careful, the bow on a gift box can strangle you.”. – Unknown. ACTUAL CASE HISTORY : Jordan was an Assistant VP of Customer Relations for a large manufacturer of Medical Equipment. He’d been in the industry for six years, ever since his college graduation.

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How to Ace the Interview….Face-to-Face or Virtually

Professional Resume Services

It’s clear that the global pandemic that has consumed 2020 has also changed the way our professional world operates. If you’re in an active job search or feel like you may be one of the next victims of a layoff or furlough at your work place, you need to ensure that you take the time.

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How to Get Recruiters to Give You Feedback

Evil HR Lady

I’m writing regarding a FB post asking readers “ How many of you provide honest feedback when rejecting a candidate?”. I noticed the majority of respondents said that they do not provide feedback, citing possible negative ramifications.

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Google Gives Up and Moves to Unhip Annual Performance Reviews (The HR Famous Podcast)

The HR Capitalist

Got a good one for you this week on The HR Famous Podcast! We cover news of Google giving up and moving to an Annual Review Cycle schedule, how their employees participate in writing their own reviews and are concerned they have to wait a year for a salary increase (sound familiar?).

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How to Stay Motivated When Working Remotely

Jobacle

The remote work lifestyle, whether you travel or work from home, offers a certain degree of freedom. However, with it comes complete and utter responsibility.

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What to Do When Your Employee Brings up Mental Health

Evil HR Lady

Last week, I was sitting outside at a restaurant on a busy foot-traffic-only street. One of my teen’s friends walked by and stopped to chat. She was with a group of other friends. I mentioned how sad my daughter was that they had had to cancel their lunch date earlier in the week.

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Sixteen Tips To Make Your Life Better – TODAY

Ms. Career Girl

It’s been a pretty rough year, don’t you think? I surely do. There’s been unimaginable pressure on us as individuals, and as families. Here’s some tips from the professionals to make your life better, starting today.

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Attempting to Build Consensus or Get Change? Watch this Helpful Seinfeld Video.

The HR Capitalist

The older I get, the more I know absolutes rarely work. . The HR Leader/Generalist motto is true - the clear path always lies somewhere in the middle. Case in point - 2020! What a year, and it's only going to get better! An election coming up in a less than 2 months! freakshow.

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Sklover’s Thoughts for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“The same boiling water that softens the potato hardens the egg. It’s what you’re made of. Not your circumstances.” ” – Unknown. Now, that’s an interesting thought for this upcoming work week, and for this entire Covid era, as well. These are tough times, in many ways, for us all.

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Best Holiday Gift Ideas for People Who Work From Home

Jobacle

Chances are, many of your friends and family members are now working from home. With the transition to remote work comes a new set of wants and needs parrot, and we’re not talking about a magic pill that can help people juggle their time better.

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The CDC’s Guidelines on When Employees Can Return to Work May Surprise You

Evil HR Lady

You should always encourage sick employees to stay at home while they recover, but Covid-19 took that to a whole new level. If someone tests positive, they will be out for a good, long time, regardless of whether they are asymptomatic or land in the hospital.

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Story of a Hacker: Pursuing What I Love Made Me Grow a Second Layer of Skin

Ms. Career Girl

I started my career in programming 13 years ago. For the past three years, I have been a full-time hacker. However, I prefer calling myself a cybersecurity expert, as the word “hacker” is associated with the stereotype of a male criminal wearing a hoodie.

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Cost of Living Pay Cuts for Twitter Employees Moving from Bay Area: Valid or BS?

The HR Capitalist

By now, you're aware that hundreds or thousands of companies have announced that their white-collar jobs won't be returning to the office until 2021, and perhaps until a vaccine is approved, deployed and effective. That means people working for those companies can work anywhere.

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From Radiographer to Skincare Business

Career Shifters

“I don't miss the red tape, and not being able to use my creative side.”. When Jasmin Jones discovered a passion that allowed her to help people in a new way, she knew she had to make it a full-time business.

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7 Essential Tips for New Accountants

Jobacle

Accounting careers are still one of the safest jobs we can get in this economy — especially for those really good in math. But it takes more than just an aptitude for numbers to be able to successfully launch a career in accounting.

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The Real HR Show: Is It Crazy to Talk to Your Boss about Mental Health

Evil HR Lady

The post The Real HR Show: Is It Crazy to Talk to Your Boss about Mental Health appeared first on Evil HR Lady

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Yes, There is Life After Divorce

Ms. Career Girl

Life after divorce is, at times, viewed as terrifying due mostly to the unknown of what is to come. Where will I live, and what will I do? Who will I become? Truthfully the only way to shake this fear is to take a hands-on approach to plan your future and make the unknown familiar.

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How to Hire a Data Engineer

Undercover Recruiter

Data Engineering is one of the fastest-growing job roles in the tech industry with LinkedIn Talent Insights categorizing demand for these roles as ‘very high’. This means that it’s harder than ever for firms to attract and retain talent in this pivotal role.

Selfish, Ungrateful And Unrealistic? Why Your Desire For Fulfilling Work Feels Uncomfortable (And What To Do About It)

Career Shifters

Craving more fulfilling work can feel petulant and greedy – especially when you know many people would be grateful to have a career at all. But is it such a bad thing to want more from your working life?

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6 Key Benefits of Becoming an Electrician

Jobacle

An electrician’s job offers a wide variety of benefits, including stability, high wages, and a lack of boredom. Check out the 6 key benefits of becoming an electrician below to determine whether this is the perfect career for you. . The comfort of Job Security.

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The Stress Relief Movie

Career Tips Blog

Video Transcript. “Is everything as urgent as your stress would imply?” ” –Carrie Latet. “What different lives we should lead if we take things by the minute!” ” –Gilbert-Ann Taylor.

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Improving Your Credit Profile as a Business Owner: A Guide

Corn on the Job

Improving Your Credit Profile as a Business Owner: A Guide. When you’re setting out to make it as an entrepreneur, taking an idea and making it into a profitable reality, you need to ensure that you have the personal credentials to match your ambitions.

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our office nurse thinks Covid is a hoax

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I work in an education-related nonprofit. There are plenty of dysfunctional things that happen at our place of business, but I cannot figure out how to approach this.

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Desired Things

Career Tips Blog

I love this poem. May it inspire you too. Video Transcript. DESIDERATA by Max Ehrmann. Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence. As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all persons.

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Goal Setting Process

Career Tips Blog

Those who write their goals down are more likely to reach them. For me, writing down the main ones in a few categories on an annual basis is a good way to go. I use the time around my birthday each year to inventory goals achieved and set goals for the next year.

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Mobile Phones: The Business To Be Involved In

Corn on the Job

Pixabay License. Over 5.22 billion people have a mobile device in the world, so it is perhaps not surprising that many forward-thinking and innovative business companies and people are starting to develop their own mobile businesses.

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how do I quit when my boss won’t speak to me?

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: Let me preface this by saying, I love my job and I adore my coworkers. My boss and I go back a while; I’ve been their right-hand man for almost a decade. I have worked hard to earn the trust and respect of the folks I work with.

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my boss suggested I stay home once I have kids

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: Recently my boss (just above my immediate supervisor) called me to “share his perspective” since he knows I am getting married soon.

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I get emotional when customers yell at me

Ask a Manager

It’s the Thursday “ask the readers” question. A reader writes: I recently got promoted to assistant manager at an apartment complex and I feel pretty confident that I can do the job well.

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asking out a coworker, the value of service fellowships, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Should I talk to my managers before I ask out a coworker? I’ve recently been working in person with a colleague again after a long period of only having phone and video interactions while we were working from home due to Covid.

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not feeling the Hogwarts spirit, who pays for coffee, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I don’t want to work at a Hogwarts event. I work in a public library, and every year we do a Hogwarts-related event.

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when you can’t get a raise but might get the whole business

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I’m writing on behalf of my cousin. She is a college student who works for a couple who owns a small business.

2020 40

should I avoid softening my emails with qualifying language?

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I am curious about your thoughts on using qualifiers (“I think,” “I believe,” “it seems to me,” etc.) in work emails. I’m a woman in my mid-20s working in grants administration at a nonprofit.

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