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6 Unconventional Steps To Finding A Job | And One Little Secret

Ms. Career Girl

My name is John Marty. It was Feb 2017, when I received a call out of the blue from Amazon. When I asked how the recruiter found me, she replied “LinkedIn”. At the time I had been working for American Express as a Senior Product Manager.

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Lean Cuisine Learns You Can’t Have It All, but You Can Get Laughed at on Twitter

Evil HR Lady

Lean Cuisine launched a new hashtag campaign: #ItAll. The idea was part of a project they had done, asking women individually what they wanted, and then having them say what they wanted out of life when accompanied by a friend. The results were pretty good–89 percent of the women made more ambitious life choices when they were accompanied by a friend who supported them. Here are their tweet and video: Lean Cuisine has always supported women and their ambitions.

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How To Find Your Drivers and Motivation

Ms. Career Girl

Getting a job is no longer enough. We must learn how to create jobs and how to stay relevant, innovated, sharp and responsible. To do this, we must learn how to: find our passion, set our goals and reach them, and learn how to turn opposition into successes.

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Mental Health Month at the Office: Fix Your Drug Testing Policies

Evil HR Lady

My great-grandmother, Ethel Reynolds Smith , died in a mental hospital. Her husband’s biography recorded her illness as follows : “These down moods were cyclical, coming and going at irregular intervals and varying in their strength and duration. In time they came with greater frequency and intensity, causing deep feelings of depression and fear that so disturbed Ethel that she was unable to perform her daily tasks.”

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GDPR

Last year, we hosted the 2017 MVP Awards across three of our sites. In order to get ready for this year’s coming awards across even more of our sites, we’re catching up with some of our judges from the previous awards who offered their time and insight to make the awards even better. Take a look!

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Four Tips to Stay Motivated When Working From Home

Ms. Career Girl

People may assume that you’re living the absolute dream working from home, but the reality of the job can become a bit of a nightmare for those who struggle to stay motivated.

How to Make Friends at Work

Jobacle

Making friends at work is not always easy, but it’s almost always worth it. Considering how much time we spend at work, it’s nice to develop friendships with our co-workers.

2018 130

How To Network Your Way Into A New Career (Without Feeling Like A Slimy, Lying Con Artist)

Career Shifters

You know you're supposed to be networking. But no matter how many people tell you it works, the thought still turns your stomach (especially if you're an introvert). Does it really have to be so awful?

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How to Spend Your First and Last Moments at Work

The Undercover Recruiter

How important is the first 20 minutes of your work day? How you begin and end each work day actually has a lot of leverage on your productivity levels and performance in the office.

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Three Women Who Have Made Major Career Strides After 30

Ms. Career Girl

These three women have made major career strides after 30. They’re crushing stereotypes in life and in their careers and showing the fashion world that age really is nothing but a number.

2018 185

The Victim Did Not Cause the Drama

Evil HR Lady

Did you know that the HR executives at NBC had their offices in the middle of the newsroom staff– and those offices were glass ? How comfortable would you be, going to file a complaint about a co-worker if you had to do so in a glass office? If you were going to complain about sexual harassment from the company star, say, Matt Laurer, would you feel comfortable doing so in a glass office, where people could see you? 45 percent of us report crying at work , reports my Inc.

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Getting Back On Track: Rebuilding A Career After An Injury

Jobacle

It’s good news for everyone that workplace injury is on the decline. According to OSHA’s most recently available statistics, there were 48,500 fewer workplace injuries in 2016 than previous years, demonstrating improving safety standards. Despite the improving rate, this still means that 2.9

2018 130

Will Algorithms Ultimately Write Coaching Scripts for Managers?

HR Capitalist

There's a lot of talk about AI, robots and algorithms ultimately replacing people in some, if not all, of the jobs we know and love. While I believe that's going to happen (it already has and will continue), there's a couple of myths we can dispel about the displacement of people out of jobs. .

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5 Ways to Get More Women into Your Workforce

The Undercover Recruiter

Gender equality has been under a harsh spotlight for some time now, with pitiful percentages of women in upper management and inexplicable differences in pay. Sure, we’ve made significant progress in the last 100 years, but diversity is still a huge issue and we can’t afford to stop pushing forward.

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Trying to Fly with a Boss Determined to Clip Your Wings

Ms. Career Girl

We’ve all encountered people whose heads are so big they barely fit through the door. They misrepresent themselves to achieve their status, then contrive to make everyone else their underlings.

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97% of People Say This Is the Most Toxic Team Behavior

Evil HR Lady

We all (well, 97 percent of us ) know that making up rumors about someone’s sex life is not okay. But even still, 39 percent of employees have seen it happen—and six percent say they’ve participated, too. People don’t just casually overhear inappropriate conversations—they tend to chime in. An older study suggests that 80 percent of what we talk about is in fact, gossip. But gossip isn’t all bad.

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8 Ways to Create a Better Work Environment

Jobacle

In a recent poll, nearly 42 percent of business owners reported that finding quality employees was their biggest challenge. There is no denying that finding hard-working and loyal employees can be difficult.

2018 130

Professional Drivers: In Demand, Paid Well and Progression Rich

Corn on the Job

It might surprise you to learn that there are huge shortages across the professional driving industry – despite the ever present need to transport people and goods from A to B.

2018 56

10 Changes Affecting Employee Wellbeing and How to Lessen the Impact

The Undercover Recruiter

Emotional well-being can be affected by both ‘good’ and ‘bad’ changes in our lives. Here are 10 business changes that can add to the stress levels of your employees.

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I See Way Too Many Business Owners Make These 5 Management Mistakes

Evil HR Lady

“I can’t afford to pay my employee overtime, so I made them salaried.”. I get this type of email from readers all the time. In every case, it’s a small (and often family-owned) business and the owner has no clue that you can’t just “decide” to make someone salaried. Being a first-time manager ain’t easy. There are tons of employment laws and it’s pretty hard to memorize them all. Plus, managing people is just plain hard.

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New Employee Introduction Email Ideas

Jobacle

If you’re welcoming someone new into your organization, then sending a new employee introduction email to those within your existing workforce is an effective, professional way to introduce a new face to the team.

2018 130

Expand Your Horizon in the Job World: Why a Marketing Course is an Excellent Idea

Corn on the Job

The real money is in marketing. It’s a gateway to various career paths. And, each of them depends on continuing education in marketing skills. The Bureau of Labor Statistics lists just a few career targets with their respective annual median salaries: Marketing Managers — $132,230.

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How Can You Help Your Candidates Become More Employable?

The Undercover Recruiter

A recruiter’s role is not only to find the right candidate for the job but is to support job seekers to put their best foot forward to the client and provide that candidate with all the tools they need to be more employable. From helping them to develop a CV that will stand out, to. View Article.

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?? Why Every Job Seeker Needs to Get a Blockchain Job

JobMob

How to get a job in the one of the hottest industries of 2018. Photo by Julie Macey. Have you noticed that you can't look at the job market headlines without the words “blockchain”, “bitcoin” or “crypto” coming up? First, the good news.

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What Is GDPR? How the EU Law Will Affect US Small Businesses

Evil HR Lady

The GDPR is at our door, whether we’re ready or not—and an April poll showed a whopping 90 percent of businesses aren’t ready. If you’re part of that 90 percent—or just plain wondering, “What the heck is GDPR?”—read read on. What is GDPR? GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. It’s a new set of privacy laws in the European Union (EU) made to protect its citizens’ and residents’ data. The regulation vastly expands people’s rights over their personal information and how it’s used.

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Here's 3 Things You Can Do With Talent Claiming "Disruptor" Status.

HR Capitalist

If you're in the business of thinking about management and leadership, you'll get this post. We love to celebrate the disruptors, right? Big ideas, crazy results, etc.

2018 56

These 3 corporate job functions are evolving — here’s how to adapt your skillset

Corn on the Job

Predictions about the future of working life don’t always come to fruition.

2018 56

Employer Branding Flight School with American Airlines

The Undercover Recruiter

After the acquisition of US Airways, American Airlines has been making major changes with the vision of restoring American as the greatest airline in the world. How are they doing that? With their people. Carrie Corbin’s role is to build talent acquisition programs and strategies.

New to HR? I Have My Degree…Now What?

Blogging4jobs

Spring graduations have been put up on social media over the last few weeks and we still have many to go. It’s exciting to see people completing the college journey and finally earning their degree, no matter what degree or what age. Sadly, many college graduates finish the same way they started college, confused. You […] Source. Career Entry HR graduate human resources recent grad

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Anti-Mom Bias is Real and Based in Reality

Evil HR Lady

A friend of mine, the mother of six, just had a job interview. While she didn’t try to hide the fact that she had children, she also wasn’t planning to share that she had six of them. So, imagine her surprise when one of the interviewers said, “So you have six children. I’ve just read your CV and it was on there.” ” It wasn’t.

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Leadership and The Power of Doing the Work.

HR Capitalist

From my drive time this week, I got two very different takes on a public figure in the business world - a guy named Gary Vaynerchuk.

2018 56

Building A Career In The American Oil And Gas Industry

Corn on the Job

Did you know that the USA oil, gas, and petrochemical industry employ nearly 1.39 million people ? Despite not having a clean track record, the American oil and gas industry is one of the safest when comparing it to other blue-collar industries. According to the U.S.

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Why #MeToo Isn’t Just For Hollywood Celebrities

The Undercover Recruiter

Now unless you’ve been living under a rock or you don’t do social media then you’ll have seen the #MeToo campaign pretty much everywhere. From glitzy award ceremonies like the Oscars and the Baftas, to online and newspaper articles and of course on places like Twitter and Facebook. And although it was born out of. View Article. Why #MeToo Isn’t Just For Hollywood Celebrities Undercover Recruiter - Recruiting & Talent Acquisition Blog.

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Encourage Your Employees to Go On Vacation

Blogging4jobs

In 2017 20% of Americans skipped out on a summer holiday. Some of them were banking their vacation days for a later, more important holiday. But others, especially those in workplaces with flexible. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution. HR time off vacation work life balance

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