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Career Shifters

"You're in the driving seat. You can make a change if you're just brave enough to take the first step.". Linda Bridge was searching for a fresh challenge. Just when she thought she'd found her new niche, another opportunity came her way… Here's how she made a two-step shift into a career she loves

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If All Hiring Managers Were Like This One, We’d Have an Amazing Workforce

Evil HR Lady

Have you ever applied for a job you thought you were perfect for, and then heard nothing? Have you ever gone on a job interview, thought you nailed it, and got total radio silence? The answer to both of those questions is probably yes. You’re left wondering what you did wrong and what you could do to better next time, but no one will tell you. In fact, even if you ask directly for feedback, you probably won’t get any.

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The Beyonce Syndrome, Career Aspirations, and Unconscious Bias

Competitive Resumes

The Beyonce Syndrome. Our definition of the show is about the career woman who has it all and does it all. Many feel it’s not enough to achieve the recognition for women to gain the same opportunities as men.

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A Personal Employee Engagement Watershed: Stop Putting Lipstick on Camels

David Zinger

Whoever said “it’s nothing personal” was not talking about work. Iguazu Falls in Argentina (February 2017) by David Zinger. This post is personal. I apologize in advance for not offering you levers, drivers, or 11 action items to boost engagement.

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5 Types of Corporate Culture

Ms. Career Girl

The post 5 Types of Corporate Culture appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. By Brian Engard. Millennials, according to Pew Research Center, make up more of the workforce than any other age group.

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The Latest Employee Engagement News #17

David Zinger

ONE TIP – ONE RESOURCE – ONE TOON. Again. It is easy to have our engagement with work or a task slip away. Perhaps our mind wanders or we get lost surfing the internet. Just say, “again” and renew your engagement. You may have many slips but you can always begin again.

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EX - The New Movement in HR?

Learning Voyager

In the past few years, there has been a growing movement in HR called "Employee Experience" or EX for short. Taking a page from the Customer Service field, where a great deal of thought and energy has gone into CX, for Customer Experience, these smart HR leaders have started to recognize that employees, like customers, have experiences whereby they form impressions --good or bad-- of their employer. Stop and think about some of the ways that employees experience their employers.

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What You Need to Know About Google Hire

Blogging4jobs

Last week we learned that Google was quietly testing Hire, a new invite-only ATS and jobs portal. While this quickly became viral news, thanks to privacy concerns, so far there haven’t been. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution. HR friday five google HRtech

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15 Careers with Millions of Openings on LinkedIn

Evil HR Lady

Do you need a new job ? Can’t take one more day with your horrible boss and whiny co-workers , but you can’t find a single job available? Well, you’re not looking at the right thing. If you’re working in one of these fields, there’s definitely something available for you. If you aren’t in these fields and are having trouble finding something new, maybe it’s time for a Switch.

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Survive and Thrive: 5 Must-Read New Books For SideHustle Success

Ms. Career Girl

The post Survive and Thrive: 5 Must-Read New Books For SideHustle Success appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. If you’re like many of the 9 to 5, 8 to 5, or 8 to whenever crowd, you probably have plenty of moments wishing you could turn that idea or hobby into a real business.

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Why You Should Ask ‘What Do You Do in Your Spare Time?’

The Undercover Recruiter

As the interviewer or recruiter during a job interview, it’s your job to use all the questions at your disposal in order to determine whether the candidate is right for the job or not. As we all know, a person’s skills and abilities, no matter how impressive (or unimpressive) they may be, are just part. View Article. Why You Should Ask ‘What Do You Do in Your Spare Time?’ ’ Undercover Recruiter - Recruitment & Talent Acquisition Blog.

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Is Consulting in Your Future?

Learning Voyager

Quite a few of my clients wonder if they should change their career path and go into consulting. Yesterday, I was being interviewed by someone who is thinking of making just such a career change. He had asked if he could "pick my brains" about what I do. At one point in the call, he interjected that "It sounds like you are a counselor or a coach quite often." I responded that I prefer to use the term consultant.

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5 Jobs In Health Care That Don’t Require A Medical Degree

Career Alley

Many of us would love an opportunity to work as a doctor, surgeon or nurse. The trouble is, medical school requires and exemplary academic record and a huge financial investment! That doesn’t mean a career in health care is out of reach, though. There are hundreds of different jobs available in care that don’t require […]. Medical Industry Medical Careers Medical Field

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Why No One Is Calling You After You’ve Applied To Over 100 Jobs Online

Career Realism

Why No One Is Calling You After You’ve Applied To Over 100 Jobs Online. Work It Daily. No one calling you back after you’ve applied to over 100 jobs online? You’ve spent HOURS of time filling out applications and you still haven’t seen any results. Why is that?

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we raised a lot of money to help a coworker — but the person holding the money died

Ask A Manager

This is a really tough one, so I’m throwing it out to readers to help with. A reader writes: I’m writing to you seeking help about a sensitive circumstance that has taken place at my work. My coworkers know I am writing to you and there is agreement about my submission to you. At the beginning of February, the wife of one of my coworkers gave birth to a premature baby, 16 weeks before her due date.

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Want a Successful Executive Job Search? Run It Like a Small Business

Executive Career Brand

7 Steps To Land a Great-fit Gig: Be the CEO of Brand You. If you’ve been in a job search for a while, and not much is happening, you’d be wise to re-jig your strategy, and start thinking of running your job search like it’s a business. That’s what wise job seekers do.

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9 Ways To Help Your Staff Stay Productive (Even When They Are Tired)

The Undercover Recruiter

Deadlines, big projects, and seasonal rushes can put a strain on the best of companies, as your team puts in extra hours and extra effort to ensure the job is done well. Still, they’re only human and it is understandable if the quality of their work after days and days without a break might not.

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A Career That Cares

Career Alley

Most of us would say that we value job satisfaction above all. Though society states that money matters most, evidence would suggest otherwise. Why else would so many people go into the care industries? The pay isn’t great, but the satisfaction with these jobs is second to none. We all want to make a difference, […]. Medical Industry Career Opportunities Medical Careers

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20 Years Later, Much Career Advice Still Applies

Water Cooler Wisdom

In the summer of 1996 after my sophomore year of college, I started an internship at a nonprofit technology association in downtown Washington, D.C. Until that point, I’d only worked in retail and had no idea what to expect. I asked my father and a professor for advice. Remarkably, 20 years later much of that guidance still resonates. Doors open based on who you know. In the late 90s, these were physical doors rather than virtual ones, but the concept is the same.

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my intern told a horribly offensive joke at a meeting with other companies

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: Every spring, the company I work for hires interns. This year I was assigned an intern to train and manage for the first time. Two days ago I had a project meeting at another site and my boss said I should bring my intern as it would be a good experience for him. Up until this point, my intern’s behavior had been nothing but professional.

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Level Up Your Personal Branding

Resume Writing

Taking control of what recruiters and hiring authorities find when they search for your name online isn’t just smart — but critical in today’s digital and global job search landscape. So, what have you done to steer your online image the right way?

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5 Tools That Every Recruiter Needs

The Undercover Recruiter

Recruiting can be a long slog. All of the different components of the jobs, from cold calling for new clients, postings your jobs, sourcing candidates, reading resumes and performing interviews, can take up most of your day.

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Ways to Protect Your Career

Career Alley

A career is not just a job. It’s not just a way to make ends meet. It’s a way somebody chooses to live their life for a significant period of it. Because of this it needs to be protected, and it needs to be protected at all costs. There is nothing wrong with protecting your […]. Career advice Job Loss

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8 Cover Letter Writing Mistakes That Might Be Ruining Your Career

Ms. Career Girl

The post 8 Cover Letter Writing Mistakes That Might Be Ruining Your Career appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. The following is a guest post by Gloria Kopp. Her bio follows the videos.

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HR CAPITALIST DEFINITIONS: "Gone Dark"

HR Capitalist

Gone Dark (ɡɒn dɑːrk). You know this one: 1. A phrase to describe a person who previously was communicating with you, but now returns no message that you have sent for a period of days or weeks without explanation for the change.

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my boss is taking credit for my work

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I have been on this job for many years, but there has been a re-org and now I report to a new person. My new manager has not been in this unit long, so there are times when she refers to me regarding questions on unit procedures and policies to respond to others in the company. She will then send out emails with the information I gave her, with some edits. I am always cc’d on the emails, but is that taking the credit for my work if I put together the initial document?

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The Beer Commercial Everyone Needs to See

Evil HR Lady

How divided are we as a world? It seems like we can no longer say “agree to disagree” and get on with life. We have to accuse people who disagree with us as being morally bankrupt , but usually with more offensive word choices. When we talk about diversity in hiring we talk about diversity in skin color and gender, but not about ideas. Now, I don’t actually drink alcohol, at all. But I’m urging you to watch this beer commercial from Heineken, U.K.

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Avoiding Self-Destruction With A Career In Construction

Career Alley

If a career in construction has always been your dream, whether you’re just started a new job at a company or you’re looking for work, then you’ve got a long and exciting journey ahead of you. Construction is certainly an industry in which practice makes perfect, as any training or qualifications you may have is […]. Career advice Construction Jobs

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Letting Your Imagination Go Crazy Or Outlining And Organizing

Ms. Career Girl

The post Letting Your Imagination Go Crazy Or Outlining And Organizing appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Number four in a series of twelve. To outline, or not to outline, that is the question. The other question is: How many pieces of chocolate in one day is one piece too many? But, alas, I digress.

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Some Thoughts on Recognition for Blue-Collar Workers.

HR Capitalist

Recognition. We've been trained to believe that everyone needs it. Do they? I think so, but something that's lost in the recognition/engagement market is that for many blue collar workers, getting recognition in front of their peers actually makes them feel like a dork/brown-noser.

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Employee Engagement: Universal Learning

David Zinger

Allow the world, right in front of you, to be your teacher at work and you dwell in a classroom the size of the universe. Where and how do you learn about employee engagement? Can you learn from flowers and snow? I believe they can.

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What’s Your Number One Tip to Fix Candidate Experience?

The Undercover Recruiter

Everybody wants people to talk about their company, but none more so than the people who have applied for a job within your organisation. Whether you end up recruiting them or not, you want candidates to tell others how easy it was to apply for a job with your company and whether they felt that. View Article. What’s Your Number One Tip to Fix Candidate Experience? Undercover Recruiter - Recruitment & Talent Acquisition Blog.

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Harness Your Expertise

Career Alley

You might not think you’re an expert at anything. Most of us shy away from the idea of being an expert; it seems to be a title that should belong to people who have trained for years, have more degrees than most people own pairs of shoes, and have given their lives to becoming an […]. Career advice Career Advice

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What It Means To Be a Female Executive In The Media Space

Ms. Career Girl

The post What It Means To Be a Female Executive In The Media Space appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. The following is a guest post by Stephanie Mark. Her bio follows.

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