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4 Ways To Find Work That Feels Like You

Career Shifters

You want to do work that fits your personality. But what if you've spent so long in a job you hate, you've lost touch with who you are? Natasha shares four starting points to getting paid to be yourself

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Job Search News, September 22, 2017

Competitive Resumes

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Why Your Boss Makes You Punch a Time Clock

Evil HR Lady

What do you think about the idea of professional or semi-professional (i.e., highly-skilled college graduates) hourly employees having to clock in and out daily and for breaks , etc., especially in a creative field? My company just adopted a product called “Humanity” which requires us to do that and many of us are disgruntled.

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15 Common Job Interview Questions and How to Best Answer Them

Executive Career Brand

An Executive Recruiter’s Advice on Answering 15 Common Job Interview Questions. If you’re job-hunting and job interviews are looming, you’ve probably done some research on what kinds of questions you’ll be asked.

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Do You Really Know What Career You are Meant For?

Ms. Career Girl

Choosing a career probably begins in college. You declare a major based upon your interests at the time; you may change majors based on your changing interests. And the continued and rapid changes in technology, the economy, and business environments may change your career for you.

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“How Do I Get Employers To See Past My Job History?”

Career Shifters

Miranda's motivation has reached an all-time low. She enjoys some aspects of her role, but the environment isn't working for her. How do you move sideways when your experience is pointing you back to where you don't want to be

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Why Women Rock As Business Leaders & Simple Tips On How To Climb The Ladder Of Success!

Ms. Career Girl

Today’s business landscape is changing. Women make up half of the workforce, and in 50% of families, women are the sole or co-breadwinners. Gone are the days where “leadership” is perceived solely as a male trait.

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Long Weekend PTO Strategy Guy/Gal - Is Currently Crushing It At Your Company.

HR Capitalist

There's a person that's currently cheating life at your company. But it's not who you think. It's not the person who's stock options just vested (because the stock could tank); --It's not the person who just signed the big deal (because you're only as good as your last month); and. It's not you.

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Still Out of Work? 6 Blue-Collar Jobs Not to Turn Your Nose Up At

Corn on the Job

If you’re a white-collar worker, that is, someone whose job isn’t manual, for example, an office worker, then odds are that’s your strict preference when looking for a job. Good luck to you if you can find what you’re looking for and not have to suffer the doldrums of a long job search.

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What Should Your PTO Policy Look Like?

Evil HR Lady

Vacation, sick time, personal days—it’s enough to make your head spin when you’re trying to come up with a perfect paid time off (PTO) policy for your company. While there isn’t a “perfect” solution that all businesses should adopt, there are some guidelines that will help you make the best PTO policy for your business. What Do Your Competitors Do?

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can I talk to my boss about how she’s treating my coworker, interview exercises, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Can I talk to my boss about how she’s treating my coworker? A colleague of mine — let’s call her Sarah — just got promoted to the level of supervisor, moving above myself and two other colleagues. This was a bit of a surprise to us all. Sarah hasn’t had any management experience, and she’s clearly trying to feel out her role.

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Top Tips For Working In Sales

Ms. Career Girl

A career in sales is not for everyone. If you do decide to start working in sales it can be incredibly hard work, but also very lucrative with the potential to learn a lot. Here are some tips to help you through the first few months in your brand-new sales role. Be prepared to graft.

2017 21

A Guide to Get Your Resume Into Human Hands

Professional Resume Services

With the world of automation today, it can be virtually impossible to get your executive resume into human hands if you only submit it online through job boards. It may be much easier and convenient to send in your resume online, but there’s no guarantee it will ever been seen.

ESPN Prez Wades Into Employee Political Identities with Jemele Hill Memo.

HR Capitalist

If you follow the media game (and in today's political environment where every outlet has a slant, it's hard not to), you might have seen that ESPN's Jemele Hill was out on her personal Twitter account calling the current POTUS a "white supremacist".

Does the Law Require that You Let an Employee Nap?

Evil HR Lady

Napping is popular among just about everyone other than toddlers , who desperately need naps, but are convinced they are prohibited by the Geneva convention. Culturally, though, we just don’t do it.

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my boss wants me to collaborate with my awful coworker

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I have a coworker who started a few months ago. He and I are responsible for similar types of projects, but we rarely collaborate because the projects don’t readily lend themselves to teamwork. Occasionally, we may consult each other if we hit a technical snag with the software. For some reason, my boss has started pushing me to work more closely with him on my projects.

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4 Ways to Start Learning How to Cook

Ms. Career Girl

I know plenty of people who’ve made it to 25 and over without ever cooking a proper meal. And hey, without cup ramen and microwaveable pizza, most of us probably wouldn’t have survived college.

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From Sales to Beer

Career Shifters

“I never really felt I was in the right place.”. When Stephanie Trensinger found herself wishing her working week away, she knew it was time to make a change. So, she got back in touch with activities that made her happy, volunteered and went to events.

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Your Wellness Program Just Crossed the Line Into Weird

Blogging4jobs

Free food is consistently one of the most popular work perk not directly related to work itself (i.e. flexibility, half days). People love to eat for free and FS Investments is happy to give all of its employees three free meals a day… so long as they participate in the company’s “all-encompassing” wellness program. During […] Source. HR wellness wellness programs work perks

LuLaRoe Sues Blogger to Force Her to Identify Sources

Evil HR Lady

Multi-level marketer LuLaRoe (LLR, Inc. and LulaRoe, LLC) filed a lawsuit this week against blogger Christina Hinks, better known as Mommygyver. They hope to force Hinks to.

stolen lunches, missing mugs, and other petty office thefts: share your stories

Ask A Manager

Workplace thefts are usually a lot pettier than Monday’s letter about the person who stole an intern’s jacket. Like this from a commenter recently: “I have a Bath and Body eucalyptus (mini) hand sanitizer next to my computer. Turns out someone has used it up, then refilled it with water so it wouldn’t look like it was used. It costs a buck.” ” Or this : “I had someone steal my pyrex dish once.

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Is Your Work Environment Safe?

Ms. Career Girl

The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) employs about 2,100 inspectors to cover more than 8 million worksites around the country. That comes out to about one inspector per 59,000 workers.

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Early Data On Impact of Google for Jobs on Indeed Sponsored Listings.

HR Capitalist

As most of you are aware, the launch of Google for Jobs a few months back was thought to be a significant blow to Indeed for 2 reasons: 1--Indeed was not listed as a partner that would automatically have its jobs included/indexed in the Google for Jobs product, and.

New to HR? Here’s How to Continue Your HR Education

Blogging4jobs

We all know that HR deals with a lot of paperwork. We learn the importance of documentation very early in our career. While taking care of our employees and companies is the most important item on. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution. HR certification continuing education education

Recruiting Introverts: Why You Might Be Losing Your Best Candidates

The Undercover Recruiter

A few years ago, I watched New York Times best-selling author Susan Cain’s TED Talk on “The Power of Introverts” and had one of those rare moments in life where everything suddenly made sense. Wait…what? I’m completely normal and just an introvert? It’s hard to believe I never knew this about myself. The signs were always there: View Article. Recruiting Introverts: Why You Might Be Losing Your Best Candidates. Undercover Recruiter - Recruitment & Talent Acquisition Blog.

my boss won’t let me quit, treating people like adults while enforcing high standards, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Yesterday was my last day — but my boss won’t let me quit. So two weeks ago I put in my resignation letter at my job. I agreed to work for two weeks and that’s it. My boss and coworkers had been nothing but rude and unprofessional to me the entire time I was employed there. Everyday they would go to a bar and drink while I was back at the office working. That and a few other things are what made me quit.

September Career Horoscope: What Does This Month Have In Store?

Ms. Career Girl

Capricorn (December 22 – January 19). As the workaholic star sign , you love what you do and work hard to excel within your chosen field – keep going and working your hardest this month in order to see everything come to fruition. Your hard work will pay off!

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Is Behavioral Interviewing Dead? The Internet Said So.

HR Capitalist

Deep thoughts today, people. Deep thoughts. . Was at a conference last week and heard a keynoter basically proclaim the following (I'm paraphrasing): "Behavioral interviewing is dead. Just google the term and you'll find thousands of pages designed to help candidates beat behavioral interviewing.".

Personality Tests May Be Costing Young Workers Jobs

Blogging4jobs

The move to online applications has allowed employers to reach an ever-expanding pool of candidates. It’s a change that’s had both good and bad effects for employers and applicants alike. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution. HR cultural fit personality tests youth emloyment

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A Guide to the Future of Work, with Josh Bersin

The Undercover Recruiter

We sat down with Josh Bersin, the Founder of Bersin by Deloitte, to discuss where he believes the future of work is heading towards, and what the most important aspects to consider within that would be. Tell us about Bersin by Deloitte and what you do there. We study all aspects of HR in the. View Article. A Guide to the Future of Work, with Josh Bersin. Undercover Recruiter - Recruitment & Talent Acquisition Blog.

I’m a recent grad and feel like I’m working too much

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I just graduated college in May, and landed a full-time job in my hometown in the perfect field for me, thanks to your help with resumes and cover letters! However, this job has turned out to be very different from what I expected — namely, there is no semblance of work-life balance, and I was hoping you could help me figure out what to do. Some background: my job is at an agency where our clients are working almost 24/7.

Reading a Novel: You Just Might Find A Surprise Role Model

Ms. Career Girl

I must have been about ten when I discovered the Sue Barton Nurse books. My older sister brought them home, but I was the one that devoured them. My mother worried that they were too sophisticated for me because they had a hint of romance.

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How to cope with the need for external validation

Penelope Trunk

The reason I’m not homeless after basically taking a year off from writing is that I have been doing a lot of coaching. I say career coaching, but honestly, no one over 30 has a career problem. All problems that look like career problems are really something else.

When Women Thrive At Work It’s Good for Everyone

Blogging4jobs

New research shows that workplaces where women thrive are workplaces where everyone reports higher levels of satisfaction and support. Great Place to Work and Fortune found that “companies where women are thriving also tend to offer better workplace experiences for all employees.” ” What’s the difference? These companies had better benefits, better professional development programs and […] Source. HR pay gap wage gap