Top Productivity Tips From Women in Tech

Ms. Career Girl

We talked to Aliza Levinger, a Developer for 3nom (an IT solutions firm based in NYC and Miami) and Lana Pant, project manager for 3nom. I like to create a vision board at my workplace. Aroon is also a social media manager for several Miami med spa businesses.

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How to Replace Toxic Workplace Behavior With Constructive Habits

Evil HR Lady

But, when workplace behavior turns sour, you may suffer the consequences in turnover, low employee engagement and unhappy clients. Toxic Management Behavior. Managers greatly affect how employees act, feel and work. Keep an eye out for these common poor management strategies.

2020 198

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3 Ways the Coronavirus Has Changed Your Workplace for the Better

Evil HR Lady

Jobs that a month ago, managers said could not possibly be done remotely, are now being done from home. While exact numbers aren’t available, it is undoubtedly opening managers’ eyes to what truly can be done remotely and what needs to be done on-site.

2020 193

You’re Not an Imposter—But You Might Feel Like One

Ms. Career Girl

Your manager seems to like you, and you’ve made a few friends. There are several reasons why women experience imposter syndrome in the workplace. There have been plenty of studies revealing biases in the workplace. Does this sound familiar?

2020 218

How Your Workspace Affects Your Mental Health and Productivity

Ms. Career Girl

No matter how much you enjoy your job, the workplace is entirely intended to elicit the maximum productivity from its employees. However, it is equally true that the workplace can cause stress, and an oppressive atmosphere can hamper productivity.

2020 246

What You Need to Know (and Do) About the Generation Gap at Work 

Ms. Career Girl

Allowing flextime options lets them manage the multiple demands on their schedules, such as parenthood or their part-time commitments. Crossing the Generation Gap at Your Workplace.

2020 219

Five Ways to Be Heard at Work

Ms. Career Girl

According to Gallup’s State of the American Workplace report, only 30% percent of employees strongly agree that their opinions count at work. As an individual contributor, people manager, or somewhere in between, we all have the power to create inclusive spaces.

2020 167

There Are Six "Manager of People" Brands - Which One Are You?

HR Capitalist

Any manager of people has a lot on their plate. After all, a general pre-requisite to getting your first manager job is being a great individual contributor. Just because you're a manager doesn’t mean you stop cranking out individual contributor greatness.

2020 76

How To Support Employee Mental Health and Wellness

Ms. Career Girl

If you’re a manager or business owner, what can you do to bolster employee mental health? Most importantly, how can you make your workplace more supportive and inclusive for all, including those with mental health concerns? How to Recognize Mental Health Concerns in the Workplace.

2020 174

How to Prepare for a Pre-Employment Test 

Ms. Career Girl

Depending on which test employers use, the assessment can also help determine how well the hiree will perform in the workplace. Replacing managers can even cost one to two times the prior worker’s wages. Are you getting ready for a pre-employment test in an interview process?

2020 203

Amazon Lawsuit: Managers Scoured Job Candidates’ Social Media for Race and Gender Info

Evil HR Lady

The second: her manager told her to “scour” job candidate’s social media to determine race and gender/ethnicity and then fired her when she complained. McCarrick claims that her managers wanted her to search out race and gender to increase diversity at Amazon.

2020 168

4 Ways to Help Employees Adapt to New Leadership Roles

Professional Resume Services

Helping employees adapt to their new leadership roles through career goal management, training, and feedback allows new leaders to transition with ease while moving the company closer to. Career & Workplace Career Networking

2020 130

Time on Your Hands? – Get Valued Credentials Online

Sklover Working Wisdom

When that sunny day does dawn, you will then be a better workplace navigator and negotiator for yourself and your loved ones, and able to give more to your loved ones and to the world. 2020, Alan L.

2020 130

How Data Skills Benefit More Than Your Career

Ms. Career Girl

Rather, in today’s technological world an understanding of data science and data management can take you a lot farther even in your personal life. Choosing to focus on data management may just be the best thing you can do for yourself. Managing Data.

2020 151

Why You Should Take a 30 Day Booze Break

Ms. Career Girl

Dr. Hafeez explains that “any person seeking help with weight management has heard the advice ‘don’t drink your calories,’ alcoholic beverages are some of the drinks that most easily overwhelm your caloric consumption.

2020 178

How to Navigate Through Menopause AND Your Career

Ms. Career Girl

In the workplace, women’s bodies are usually the subject of discussion when they decide to start or grow their families. We need to start talking about menopause in the workplace.

2020 130

Tips to Advance Your Career During the Covid-19 Crisis

Jobacle

For example, if you’re in the hospitality industry, maybe you take online courses so that you can work your way up to a management position. You could head back into the workplace with a new credential. Build Your Time Management Skills.

2020 172

“Waterfall Distribution” – What’s That? The Private Equity Pitch to Employees

Sklover Working Wisdom

We are not writing about workplace issues related to the coronavirus because, frankly, we are not health experts, and there is, it seems, little employees can do to “negotiate” about such issues. 2020, Alan L.

2020 130

Hiring Your First Employees: Making the Move from Small Business to Employer

Ms. Career Girl

Make sure that you understand the details of your state’s employment law, including the minimum wage that you need to pay, how to avoid any potential discrimination in the workplace, and how to keep your employees’ schedules legal.

2020 150

E-presenteeism and Burnout: Impact of Mental Health on Employees

The Undercover Recruiter

New research reveals that three in five (58%) HR managers fear that the mental health impact of working from home due to Coronavirus is so great that they will lose staff, who could be forced to take time out of work due to burnout.

2020 87

10 Mistakes to Avoid if You Want a Promotion

Jobacle

Although it may seem unfair, when it comes to formal workplaces and promotion, appearances do matter. But if you get into the habit of asking for your boss’s assistance with everything other than tying your shoes, you are not exactly going to look like management material, are you?

2020 208

what’s reasonable for managers to expect of parents working from home?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: What are reasonable expectations for managers whose employees are now working from home? It is frustrating to hear “I can’t” do such and such when she would have been able to do it easily in the workplace.

2020 114

myCorona: The One Thing To Remember As a Manager of People on 3.20.20.

HR Capitalist

Seriously, though - what follows is all you need to remember and the biggest value I can provide for the good people that read this blog and are managers. You've got a lot going on as a manager at your organization in a pandemic world. Change Communications Workplace

2020 70

3 Benefits Of Working A Temporary Job Following A Layoff

Career Realism

A Chance To Build Your Network Working a new job means new co-workers and new managers. It shows your range of skills as a professional and an ability to adapt to different workplace surroundings.

2020 79

Employee retention: 7 Ways To Retain Your Talent in 2020

Ms. Career Girl

This new ambition is all well and good, unless of course, you’re the manager wanting to retain that talent and keep staff turnover to a minimum. With this in mind, here are 7 top tips to retain your employee retention in 2020.

2020 195

#COVID-19: The Truth About Video Calls and Your Career.

HR Capitalist

The workplace has always been competitive. Branding in HR Career Advice Change Communications Leadership Managing Talent WorkplaceTime for some tough love.

2020 88

Transitioning Your MBA into a Career – Top Careers to Focus On

Jobacle

Think about how it can help with customer relations, engaging with the community, helping with brand recognition and management, and even marketing. And that is the outside communication; it also helps with interpersonal skills inside the workplace.

2020 141

how to respond when coworkers IM me “hi” with no indication of what they need

Ask A Manager

how to respond when coworkers IM me “hi” with no indication of what they need was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. advice about your coworkers workplace practicesA reader writes: At my work, we have an instant messaging system.

2020 97

The World Needs More Businesses that Call Bull * on Ageism.

HR Capitalist

Here's more of what he shared in his LinkedIn post : "Our writers, art directors, strategists, producers, directors, editors, designers, and account managers are chosen on talent, not age. If you're in a management role, you've got two goals this year.

2020 96

my employees don’t want to return to work because they’re making more from unemployment

Ask A Manager

answers to your questions about the new unemployment benefits law here's what an unemployment benefits worker wants you to know my employees don’t want to return to work because they’re making more from unemployment was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

2020 114

BEST HIRE EVER PODCAST - Liz Desio, NYC HR Pro Impacted by COVID.

HR Capitalist

14:33: Liz’s take on being a new manager and the challenges she faced dealing with imposter’s syndrome. Best Hire Ever Podcast Career Advice Change HR Jobs Recruiting Talent Workplace

2020 68

COVID Lockdown Netflix Recommendation - "American Factory"

HR Capitalist

That's why I'm here with a Netflix Recommendation that only a professional manager or HR person could get excited about. As a manager of people or an HR pro, you'll find the contrast between cultures fascinating and the HR and management issues in this culture mashup fascinating.

2020 71

here’s a real-life email from an employer that’s managing its re-opening well

Ask A Manager

Beginning May 18, which is the earliest date the governor and the mayor have set for workplace reopening, we will allow another small number of our staff to reenter the building for work, whether it is every day or just some days each week. the plague workplace practicesAs some companies start to figure out what bringing people back to work will look like, here’s a real-life example of an organization that’s doing it well.

2020 74

The HR Famous Podcast: e9 - For HR Leaders, "1" is the Loneliest Number.

HR Capitalist

Employee Relations HR Famous Podcast HR Insider Leadership Managing Talent Workplace

2020 73

my company charges us PTO when we work from home while sick

Ask A Manager

It’s possible your manager, when faced with work not getting done that day, will either push back on the policy herself or exempt you from it on a case-by-case basis. my company charges us PTO when we work from home while sick was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

2020 76

bosses are panic-buying spy software to monitor remote workers

Ask A Manager

Well, this is a terrible indictment of employers’ utter lack of understanding about how to manage remote workers : I’m quoted (in part, questioning how these managers are getting any work done themselves). workplace practices

2020 108

our boss pushes us to share how we’re doing emotionally at team meetings

Ask A Manager

And if my feelings are “everything is on fire and I’m worried about death at every moment,” how on earth am I supposed to phrase that to my manager in a way that doesn’t alienate everyone? You get to decide what you do and don’t share, and your manager is being rude.

2020 85

should I move in with coworkers, should managers not use a “busy” status, and more

Ask A Manager

You can end up taking on other people’s work battles as your own, when you otherwise wouldn’t have (whether it’s a beef with a colleague or a chilly relationship with a manager). Should managers not set their online status to “busy”? It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go….

2020 73

what to do if your company isn’t handling coronavirus well

Ask A Manager

If your company has said it encourages people to work from home but your own manager isn’t backing that up, talk to HR. workplace practices

2020 114

Let's Look at Glassdoor Reviews.For Glassdoor the Company!

HR Capitalist

Think about it, it's part of what they sell in their packages - we'll teach you to make/manage review requests from people who have experienced positive events - a promotion, a big salary bump, etc. Here's the slice of Customer Success Manager Reviews , which comes in a "winter is coming" 2.7

2020 73

Why Online Education Makes Sense

Jobacle

Studying online demands more self-motivation and time-management skills, as you will spend a lot of time on your own without someone physically guiding you. Such a trait will make you stand out in the workplace and beyond.

2020 130

The Benefits of Taking a Master’s Degree To Enhance Your Career

Jobacle

The flexibility of the course itself also allows learning from the comfort of your own home or workplace. Some essential skills you’ll master include: Time management. Many people strive to take their career to the next level.

2020 130

Furloughs/Layoffs During COVID-19: Best Delivered Via Video or an Analog Call?

HR Capitalist

Hang in their HR, TA and manager of people peeps. Change Communications WorkplaceI've got a post up at Fistful of Talent this morning called How S**T Got Sideways as Companies Furloughed/Laid Off People in the COVID-19 Meltdown.

2020 70