COVID Lockdown Netflix Recommendation - "American Factory"

The HR Capitalist

That's why I'm here with a Netflix Recommendation that only a professional manager or HR person could get excited about. If you haven't had great exposure to globalization yet in your career, I can't recommend American Factory enough. I know, you're burned out on streaming.

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Opportunity for Great HR Pros: Making Remote Work Recommendations Post-Covid Including Financial Gain.

The HR Capitalist

4--Now you - the HR/Talent Pro - make a recommendation to you leadership team on that we learned a lot about working remote during COVID , and your company should take advantage of more remote work as not only a recruiting advantage, but a financial advantage. . It's all going to change!

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2020 Is The Year of HR Playing Offense.

The HR Capitalist

Welcome to 2020. And my biggest need in 2020 is to not be a victim. That's why I hope that 2020 is the year of you and me playing offense, not defense. If you like this blog and the voice it's written in, pick up my book as a tool for a fast start in 2020.

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A 2020 Guide to Spatial Reasoning Tests

Jobacle

. Space is something we probably all feel we’re lacking in 2020, as our world shrinks to the size of our four walls. We recommend practicing as many spatial reasoning tests as you can while you have this extra time on your hands. The post A 2020 Guide to Spatial Reasoning Tests appeared first on Jobacle.com. And while this year has certainly taken some adjusting to, there are a few positives that can come from having more hours on your hands.

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THE HR FAMOUS PODCAST: E18 – TORIN ELLIS – GOING ALL IN ON D&I IN 2020

The HR Capitalist

He recommends for non-black people to go to each other and figure out why such discrimination has happened for many years. . The HR Famous Crew welcomes in author, SiriusXM radio host, and D&I Talent Strategy expert, Torin Ellis , to talk about how and what organizations can do in light of recent events surrounding the George Floyd killing.

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HR Generalists (at all levels) Win By Adding Specialist Learning Paths to their Portfolio.

The HR Capitalist

So here we are - 2020. I always recommend you start with a conversation with the person you work for. Take a 6-question quiz to receive a curated list of recommended programs, based on your interests, learning style, and expertise.

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How Buffer Approaches Salary Transparency (It's Kind of Cool)

The HR Capitalist

The fact Buffer provides one salary they pay for each job (they don't adjust for who you are, that's how they keep it consistent and can do transparency) means that they have elected a single point to pay within a salary range recommended by salary surveys from a provider like Numbeo.

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10 Steps for Building the Resilience to Move from Trauma to Triumph

Ms. Career Girl

Following are ten strategies I have used and recommend building the resilience to move from trauma to triumph, and bouncing forward.

2020 169

5 Latest Ways to get the Job with the Help of Social Media

Career Alley

Networking plays a vital role; giving us access to people who can recommend us for positions or simply inform us of opportunities. Find your Dream Job Social Media

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Be Brave: Raising Girls That Stand Up, Speak Out, & Embrace Their Feminine Power

Ms. Career Girl

I recommend that when a girl reaches age 9 – it could be sooner or later – a parent sits down and gives them “the talk.” Not a talk about sex but a talk about power, what it is and who has it. By age 9, a girl already has nascent sexuality. She notices her impact on boys.

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5 Ways to Improve as a Female Leader in the Workplace

Ms. Career Girl

That’s why Carstoiu recommends: “Disconnect from your work routine, move your attention over to other matters, go exercise or simply meditate. Despite having a record-high number of female CEOs running Fortune 500 companies, this still only represents 6.6

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Review: An Affordable, Adjustable Standing Desk

Ms. Career Girl

Would I recommend to a friend? I am extremely careful about what I recommend to a friend. I’d feel no hesitation in recommending the products at Autonomous. I first saw an adjustable standing desk at a Las Vegas CES show a few years ago.

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The CDC’s Guidelines on When Employees Can Return to Work May Surprise You

Evil HR Lady

Although, if their doctor recommends one, you should defer to their doctor.). Previously, the CDC recommended a negative test after being exposed or being infected before resuming contact with other people.

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20 Best Paper Shredders for 2020

The Corporate Con/noisseur

20 Best Paper Shredders for 2020. We’ve therefore compiled a list of the 20 best paper shredders for 2020. That option tends to be more expensive though, which is why we recommend starting with paper shredders.

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weekend open thread – September 26-27, 2020

Ask a Manager

Book recommendation of the week: With or Without You , by Caroline Leavitt. This comment section is open for any non-work-related discussion you’d like to have with other readers, by popular demand. Here are the rules for the weekend posts.

2020 26

Organization Is The Key to Happiness: Working from Home Zen

Ms. Career Girl

I recommend beginning with old papers – add them to the recycling bin (or shred them), along with files and calendars you no longer use. I recommend focusing on one project a month; working on it a little at a time can be cathartic and is the ultimate stress-free plan. As the Covid-19 restrictions continue, many of us career girls still find ourselves working form home.

VIDEO: 3 THINGS SMART HR LEADERS ARE FOCUSING ON DURING THE COVID RECOVERY

The HR Capitalist

FOT recommends you take a look at SHRM Education Spring 2020 Catalog and pay close attention to these programs and e-learning modules: 32 – Consultation: Honing your HR Business Leader Skills.

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Crafting Your Edge Instead of Chasing a Job

Ms. Career Girl

The process for preparing your consulting report involves collecting market and industry data, applying your knowledge and expertise in analyzing the data, and then presenting recommendations for how best to resolve the company’s challenge. For the first time in 30 years, recent college graduates are more likely to be unemployed compared to overall workers. This is happening at a time of historic overall low unemployment rates.

2020 186

What Can Recruitment Agencies in Adelaide Do for your Business?

Jobacle

Recruiters will be able to find candidates with relevant skill sets who they can recommend for an interview. If you are running your own business in Adelaide that is currently thriving, then you are one of the people who will highly benefit from hiring a recruitment agency.

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weekend open thread – September 12-13, 2020

Ask a Manager

Book recommendation of the week: Juliet, Naked , by Nick Hornby. This comment section is open for any non-work-related discussion you’d like to have with other readers, by popular demand. Here are the rules for the weekend posts.

2020 29

Changing and Expanding Amidst the Impossible and Unfavorable

Ms. Career Girl

During these times when social distancing are recommended, companies can employ more interactive technology to enhance communication and engagement between staffs and with their customers.

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weekend open thread – September 19-20, 2020

Ask a Manager

Book recommendation of the week: The Two-Family House , by Lynda Cohen Loigman. This comment section is open for any non-work-related discussion you’d like to have with other readers, by popular demand. Here are the rules for the weekend posts.

2020 27

HR Book Review: The Office (The Untold Story of the Greatest Sitcom of the 2000s: An Oral History).

The HR Capitalist

Recommended book if you liked/loved the office and need a summer read. PS: The Office probably couldn't be made in 2020. On my summer reading list is The Office: The Untold Story of the Greatest Sitcom of the 2000s: An Oral History. I originally grabbed the book because it presented an opportunity to connect with my youngest son, who like a lot of kids, has consumed the entire series 3+ times on Netflix.

2020 111

HR TROLLS: Thinking Unemployment on Steroids Means You Have a Compensation Problem.

The HR Capitalist

I belong to multiple online groups covering HR on a variety of platforms - you know the type - people can post questions on problems they're having in their HR shops and get help, advice and recommendations from their peers. Short post today, but an important one.

2020 112

How Your Company Can Go Greener

Ms. Career Girl

Research what your state recommends and then request a no-cost audit from utility-sponsored programs. Every company wants to make a difference, and these efforts usually focus on their consumer base.

2020 138

This is Not How You Do LinkedIn

Evil HR Lady

Recommendations mean a bit more because the person actually knows you (theoretically) but because they aren’t confidential, they mean just about nothing. I love LinkedIn. I really do. I’ve made friends there. I’ve found many new clients there. And, I’ve had some really fun, business-oriented discussions there. I’m happy to connect with any of you there. But, today, when I checked my LinkedIn notifications, I found this. I have never worked with this person.

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weekend open thread – August 29-30, 2020

Ask a Manager

Book recommendation of the week: The House in the Cerulean Sea , by TJ Klune. This comment section is open for any non-work-related discussion you’d like to have with other readers, by popular demand. Here are the rules for the weekend posts.

2020 28

Top Tips To Stand-Out In Healthcare Fields

Jobacle

Remember, once again that as with selling points if you tailor your recommendation to your goals, your outcome can improve significantly.

2020 153

weekend open thread – August 22-23, 2020

Ask a Manager

Book recommendation of the week: Before the Fall , by Noah Hawley. This comment section is open for any non-work-related discussion you’d like to have with other readers, by popular demand. Here are the rules for the weekend posts.

2020 28

weekend open thread – September 5-6, 2020

Ask a Manager

Book recommendation of the week: One to Watch , by Kate Stayman-London. This comment section is open for any non-work-related discussion you’d like to have with other readers, by popular demand. Here are the rules for the weekend posts.

2020 27

weekend open thread – August 15-16, 2020

Ask a Manager

Book recommendation of the week: Luster , by Raven Leilani. This comment section is open for any non-work-related discussion you’d like to have with other readers, by popular demand. Here are the rules for the weekend posts.

2020 29

Things to Consider Before Reopening Your Business After COVID-19

Ms. Career Girl

The old layout of your pre-COVID office might not serve the social distancing recommendations needed to keep you and your employees safe. Follow the CDC’s recommendations for properly disinfecting. The coronavirus pandemic has created unimaginable difficulties for many businesses. As states begin the reopening process, business owners must navigate these challenges to minimize damages to the lives and livelihoods of themselves and their employees.

2020 112

Job Hunting: Best Practices for Today’s Job Market

Professional Resume Services

A fortunate few never actually look for jobs: they are recommended by colleagues or recruited by former co-workers. For the rest of us, here’s a toolbox of best practices to make job-hunting easier and more productive. Personal Branding is Part of the Process DO have a recently-updated resume. Have it reviewed and reworked by an. Read more » The post Job Hunting: Best Practices for Today’s Job Market appeared first on Executive Resume Services.

2020 109

MORE MUSIC TO WORK BY: Anna Meredith

The HR Capitalist

Good news - I have another recommendation for music that's great for the background while you work - Anna Meredith. Who out there likes to work to music? When you're working on your laptop, music can either help or hurt your attention.

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weekend open thread – July 11-12, 2020

Ask a Manager

Book recommendation of the week: Friends and Strangers , by J. This comment section is open for any non-work-related discussion you’d like to have with other readers, by popular demand. Here are the rules for the weekend posts.

2020 31

Swiss Sunday: Coronavirus Version

Evil HR Lady

The canton recommended it, and our church leaders decided it was a good idea. The federal government prohibited all gatherings of more than 1000 people and recommended no more than 200. Usually, I’d be at church on a Sunday morning, but today I’m home because church meetings have been canceled. That means that Basel’s Fasnacht is canceled. This is the largest Fasnacht celebration in Europe, as far as I know. You may wonder why it’s after Ash Wednesday instead of before.

2020 174

Is Caffeine Boosting or Sabotaging Your Productivity?

Ms. Career Girl

That’s why we recommend that you pay closer attention to how long the effects of caffeine last in your body. . We recommend that you properly hydrate your body when you first wake up in the morning because you’ve been dehydrated for hours while sleeping.

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weekend open thread – July 18-19, 2020

Ask a Manager

Book recommendation of the week: I Capture the Castle , by Dodie Smith. You may also like: all of my 2019 book recommendations all of my 2017 and 2018 book recommendations all of my 2015 and 2016 book recommendations weekend open thread – July 18-19, 2020 was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. This comment section is open for any non-work-related discussion you’d like to have with other readers, by popular demand.

2020 28

Time to Transform Your Personal HR Brand By Saying Yes! (Even When You Mean No!)

The HR Capitalist

I recommend you take a look at SHRM Education Spring 2020 Catalog and pay close attention to these programs and e-learning modules: 32 – Consultation: Honing your HR Business Leader Skills. Let’s talk about your personal brand inside the world of HR. More to the point, let’s talk about saying “yes” as an HR leader/HR pro. The biggest stereotype the world has about HR is that we’re the corporate people police, there to say no to everything we can – regardless of our level.

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weekend open thread – July 4-5, 2020

Ask a Manager

Book recommendation of the week: Carrie Pilby , by Caren Lissner. This comment section is open for any non-work-related discussion you’d like to have with other readers, by popular demand. Here are the rules for the weekend posts.

2020 28

Sklover’s Thoughts for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

I thoroughly enjoyed it, and enthusiastically recommend it. “You’re not alone, at work, anymore” © 2020 Alan L. “There is a set of advantages that have to do with material resources, and there is a set that have to do with the absence of material resources – and the reason underdogs win as often as they do is that the latter is sometimes every bit the equal of the former.”. – Malcolm Gladwell. Listen up: this is important.

2020 100

How Do I Successfully Communicate Changes to My Employees?

Evil HR Lady

With all the new laws, policy changes and recommendations lately, I feel like our handbook needs to be updated every three days. How do we successfully communicate these changes to employees? Given the high volume, it feels like more people are going to ignore them. To read my answer, click here: How Do I Successfully Communicate Changes to My Employees? The post How Do I Successfully Communicate Changes to My Employees? appeared first on Evil HR Lady. Cornerstone Uncategorized

2020 118

Why You Should Require Employees Take Vacation

Evil HR Lady

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation has a longstanding recommendation that banks have a two-consecutive-week vacation policy: To keep reading, click here: Why You Should Require Employees Take Vacation. When you launch a business , you tend to know everyone in the office. As such, it can give you the feeling that you can trust everyone. But small and mid-size businesses make up 68 percent of employee theft, according to Hiscox, an insurance company.

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