May, 2017

Jennifer Anthony

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Lost Your Job? Ask Your Employer for Career Transition Support

Ms. Career Girl

The post Lost Your Job? Ask Your Employer for Career Transition Support appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Losing your job is never easy, particularly when it happens without notice. Not only that it affects you emotionally, but you also have to figure out how to organize your finances.

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How to really answer a job interview question

Cube Rules

When those customer surveys of executives ask about how hard it is to find talented people for positions, you’re likely to hear that finding good people is pretty darn hard. Or is it? I’ve been doing interviews for my day job and it has been (and continues to be) a revelation.

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Skills Every HR Manager Needs

Evil HR Lady

Do you like people? Do you like knowing confidential information? Well, that’s nice, but not what you need to be a successful HR manager. Liking people isn’t really necessary (although it can help) and really, knowing confidential information isn’t as much fun as it’s cracked up to be because you can’t talk about it. So, if those skills aren’t they keys to success, just what are?

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HR Was Reckless with My Salary Information

Evil HR Lady

HR sent me a letter of congratulations for my promotion along with my new salary and job description in an intra-office envelope. The kind that is “closed” by a flimsy little string and re-used again and again. Are you getting the picture? Intraoffice. Addressed to me. That’s it. The letter was not in a sealed envelope nor was it marked “personal and confidential” In short, ANYBODY could open it, read it, place back in the envelope and placed on my desk.

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15 Savvy Tips To Boost LinkedIn Profile Views

Executive Career Brand

Bedazzle Your LinkedIn Profile and Boost Profile Views. When you’re actively pursuing new career opportunities, you need to make your LinkedIn profile dazzle, so it will be a traffic magnet.

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Your Non-Competes Aren’t Saving Your Business, They are Destroying Lives

Evil HR Lady

A few years ago, sandwich shop Ji mmy Johns hit the headlines with the news that they required low level employees to sign non-compete agreements. They later dropped this clause after a public outcry and the New York State Attorney General declaring the clause “unlawful.” ” That should have been the end of low income non-compete agreements, but sadly, it’s not.

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How To Exploit the New LinkedIn for Best SEO

Executive Career Brand

Take Advantage of the New LinkedIn User Interface To Draw More People To Your Profile. Have you taken a close look at what’s happened to the very top section of your LinkedIn profile, with the latest User Interface?

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Ask for More – But How Much More? Five financial considerations before asking for a raise

Ms. Career Girl

The post Ask for More – But How Much More? Five financial considerations before asking for a raise appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. The following is a guest post by Anitra Blue-Francis. Her bio follows.

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Micro Shifts: How A Change Of Focus Can Help You Move Faster Into Work You Love

Career Shifters

Feeling stuck and overwhelmed by this huge career change ahead of you? No idea what you should be doing to make progress? You might be thinking too big. Natasha shares a simple but profound mindset shift to help you get energised, confident, and into effective action

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Having trouble finding the truth about executive resume writing? Consider these tips.

Career Trend

“Truth is like beauty; it lies in the mind of the beholder” ― Bangambiki Habyarimana, The Great Pearl of Wisdom While concepts and strategies for building a hard-working executive resume abound, fixed rules are few.

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No, The Court Did Not Rule that Discrimination Against Women Is Legal

Evil HR Lady

“Employers can legally pay women less than men for the same work based on differences in the workers’ previous salaries, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday,” says the Associated Press. “Employers can pay women less than men based on salary histories, 9th Circuit rules,” says the ABA Law Journal. “The wage gap is the worst. After all, it seems like a no-brainer that employers should pay men and women doing the same jobs the same amount of money.

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7 Things You Shouldn’t Include on Your Resume

Career Alley

your resume is the first thing a prospective employer will see and in order to sell yourself it should be presented in as concise a manner as possible. Resumes Landing a job

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If Your Personal Brand is Not Disruptive, You Won’t Matter

Competitive Resumes

The heart of a job search is your personal brand. All which is contingent on your ability to differentiate yourself from everyone else. If the core of any job search doesn’t create memorability, the difficulties of selling your skills be stalled at every obstacle.

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8 Ways Older Job Seekers are Prey to Unconscious Bias on Facebook

Competitive Resumes

This is originally published on Career Pivot. You have become susceptible to unconscious bias on social media because you can’t help yourself. You judge and cringe and being judged. It’s your fault.

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Personal Tracking and Employee Engagement

David Zinger

The next step in employee engagement for individuals and organizations is to fully engage the quantified self. I define employee engagement as: good work done well with others every day.

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Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us

Career Shifters

Do you truly understand what motivates you? And as a career changer, do you need to? In 'Drive', Daniel H. Pink argues you can't create meaningful work without knowing why you're doing it. But Louise FitzBaxter wasn't so sure.

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6 Ways to Spice Up Your Resume Summary

Blue Sky Resumes

In order to make a powerful impression, your resume should start with a hard-hitting summary – a section that quickly introduces you and provides readers with a brief overview of your skills and abilities.

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Critical Thinking Strategies to Impress Employers with Jeff Kavanaugh

Competitive Resumes

Graduates undervalue communication and critical thinking. Employers want more of it. My guest today, Jeff Kavanaugh, explains how graduates can prepare for the job market. Jeff addresses much of this in his new book, Consultant 2.0. If you want to know more about his book you can go to his website.

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6 Key Traits for Working in a Team

The Undercover Recruiter

When it comes to business and careers, teamwork is essential for success. Every business is built and run by teams of people who have to work together to achieve success. The most profitable businesses are those who have fantastic team players working towards shared goals.

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???? 10 Tricky Job Interview Questions That Drive Job Seekers Crazy

JobMob

How to understand the real question behind each interview question. Photo credit: Jared. This is a guest post by Lynn Tulip. Bizarre, random, out of the box interview questions may not be politically correct but there’s always some panel member who wants to ask them and they sure need an answer.

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5 Ways to Annoy Recruiters on Email

The Undercover Recruiter

Let’s face it, most of us would be pretty stuck if it wasn’t for the invention of email. We no longer have to wait for the postman to deliver our correspondence and thank god we don’t have to rely on telegrams or worse still the Pony Express (yes mail WAS delivered by a man on.

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CHART OF THE DAY: Where Truck Drivers Will Lose Their Jobs in The Next 25 Years.

HR Capitalist

I've written about this before, but the chart below blew me away. Take a look at this chart from Fortune and we'll talk about it after the jump (email subscribers click through for image, click on image to blow it up further): There are 1.8 million truck drivers in the U.S.,

2017 29

Prince Philip Retires at 96; Still Works More Than You Do

Evil HR Lady

Buckingham Palace announced today that Prince Philip will be stepping down from public engagements. At almost 96, and with over 60 years of being in Her Majesty’s Service, that’s a lot of years of working. Especially since the average retirement age in the United Kingdom is 64.8 years old for men. What does this retirement mean? Well, for the next while, not much. Prince Philip will continue all scheduled events between now and August when he’ll step back.

2017 30

From Music to WordPress

Career Shifters

"It took me almost two years to accept the idea that I could work in another field.". When Luminita Ciobanu knew she'd had enough of her career, she had no idea what to do next. Here's how an internship, a big leap, and a lot of trial and error led her to more fulfilling work

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Why Women Need a New Mindset If They Want to Succeed in a Man’s World

Ms. Career Girl

The post Why Women Need a New Mindset If They Want to Succeed in a Man’s World appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Great strides have been taken along the lines of equality but as a society we really haven’t gone far enough.

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Why People Will Always Matter in Recruiting

The Undercover Recruiter

The future is coming to get you. For the longest time, folks have railed against the idea that technology could do what until recently recruiters (A.K.A. real human beings) could. But the truth is, when it comes to automation and tactics, we may be losing that particular fight.

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The Five Types of Moms You Meet in the Office

Evil HR Lady

Mother’s Day is on Sunday , so naturally, we think about our moms. But have you thought about the types of moms you run into in the office? Every office seems to have at least some of them. Here are five you probably know. The Office Mom. The Office Mom may or may not have children of her own, but regardless, she thinks she is your mother. And your co-workers’ mother, and your boss’s mother, and probably even the clients’ mother.

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How To Radically Improve Your Resume (In Under 30 Minutes)

Corn on the Job

A good friend of mine always says ‘ you either have time, or an excuse’ and we’ve all been guilty of having one to many excuses when it comes to improving our resumes. ‘

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“Make Them An Offer They Can’t Refuse.” Real Life Career Change Lessons From Lee, Our Launch Pad Graduate

Career Shifters

Launch Pad Alumni have used a range of unconventional approaches to finding fulfilling work. In this story from our three-part series, Lee shares how he turned a frustrating job-hunting process upside down, and combined commitment, tenacity and creativity to land his dream role

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Employee Engagement: Work Should Be a Force For Good

David Zinger

In April 2014, I personally defined employee engagement as: good work done well with others every day. I wanted to make engagement both simple and good. I am delighted to see CIPD, the leading work organization in the UK spearhead a strong focus on good work.

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Building Employee Engagement in Bangkok: Pixels and Playfulness

David Zinger

The MahaNakhon and 7 lessons for Employee Engagement – An Open Architectural Metaphor. The MahaNakhon from the Furama Rooftop pool. By David Zinger. Ole Scheeren is the architect behind the MahaNakhon, the 77 story tallest skyscraper in Bangkok.

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You Hate BMI: Scientists Now Have Another Fat Metric You Can Hate Instead.

HR Capitalist

I know - you and everyone else hates Body Mass Index as a measure of what it means to be overweight. Invented in the early 1800s by a Belgian statistician, the measurement is used as a definitive benchmark: those with a score below 18.5 are underweight, those who fall between 18.5 and 24.9

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A New Approach to Leadership Development

Learning Voyager

Leadership is a critical component of success. An organization cannot hope to function without it. There is much that goes into leadership. For example, aligning everyone in the organization around the What and the Why and then getting out of the way so that the people can get on with the work. But in "getting out of the way," effective leadership does not abdicate. Rather it functions best as a surrounding field, as Kurt Lewin or Margaret Wheatley might say.

2017 23

Don’t Let Running a Small Business Run Your Life

Evil HR Lady

Running a small business can be challenging. Unlike at a big corporation, there aren’t thousands of other people to do the work—it’s you and a handful of others. As a result, many small business owners work constantly. While working hard is par for the course when running a small business, you’ll find your business and your life run better when you take a break. Hesitant to step away for an hour to go to the gym or have a nice lunch away from your desk? Don’t be.

2017 22

Analyzing the Digital Footprint of Your Candidates

The Undercover Recruiter

Unfortunately there is very little anyone can do to get rid of their digital footprint online. It includes the websites you’ve visited, the emails you’ve sent and the information you’ve submitted online.

2017 22

Cross-Company Innovation Addresses the Changing Nature of Work

Water Cooler Wisdom

As a long-time partner of Staples and Xerox , I just traveled to New York City to spend National Small Business Week with the two organizations, learning how they’re helping small business customers and entrepreneurs be more productive with the new multi-function self-serve machines in Staples stores across the country.    By 2030, more than half of American professionals will no longer go to an office every day. 

2017 23

Commencement speeches are garbage. College graduation is terrifying.

Penelope Trunk

Slight Uncertainty by Michal Trpák. The platitudes of graduation speeches are so damaging. It sets you up for some magical moment when you enter adulthood and the world of opportunity opens up to you. But actually the world does not open up after college.

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6 Ways to Own the Job Search Process and Kill the Game in Five Years

Competitive Resumes

Have you thought about how you’ll remain engaged in the job search even if you love your current gig? Few jobs offer security much less can promise stability. How can you be “gainfully” employed in 2017? You only have one job? One job?

2017 21

David Zinger talks about Employee Engagement with the Engagement Zone

David Zinger

This interview originally appeared on the Engagement Zone site one month ago. I invite you to read it if you’d like more information about my perspective on employee engagement. David Zinger – CEO of The Employee Engagement Network.

2017 23

my coworker tickled another coworker, and now there is chaos

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: My company has had a relatively informal, somewhat relaxed working environment in the past, where colleagues generally got along well and we had a decent time together, even while working hard. Unfortunately, that balance has recently been upended in department I work in. Two weeks ago, my coworker, Rachel, kicked the power strip under the desk in her cubicle, so she slipped off her heels and crawled under to pop it back in.

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