13 Common Remote Job Titles Without Location Requirements

Ms. Career Girl

Average salary via PayScale: $71,968. Average salary via PayScale: $50,570. Average salary via PayScale: $61,389. Average salary via PayScale: $41,382. Average salary via PayScale: $71,145. Average salary via PayScale: $64,500.

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How Job Candidates Feel About the Interview Process, by Gender

Ms. Career Girl

To learn more about how each gender experiences the interview process in 2020, JDP surveyed 1,997 people about how they prepare for, and conduct themselves during interviews. Oftentimes competency informs a very important next-step in the interview process: salary discussions.

2020 158

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Entrepreneurs: Looking to Hire? Avoid These 3 Hiring Mistakes

Ms. Career Girl

Remember that hiring new staff comes with paying the necessary taxes and insurance, in addition to a salary.

2020 141

How to Prepare for a Pre-Employment Test 

Ms. Career Girl

After all, the cost to replace a worker is often around one-third to one-half the employee’s former salary. Are you getting ready for a pre-employment test in an interview process?

2020 141

“Side Letter” – Use to Amend “Standard” or “Existing” Agreements

Sklover Working Wisdom

But, today (a) your salary was raised, (b) your title was elevated, and (c) your target annual target bonus was raised from 65% of salary to 75%. Have an existing Offer Letter or Employment Agreement that is now out of date due to salary raise, title improvement of other point?

2020 130

Why Women Need to Start Talking About Their Salary

Ms. Career Girl

Yet studies have shown that people can only guess their coworker’s salaries half of the time. If you avoid money topics at work because you feel talking about salary with your coworkers is taboo, you may miss out on some valuable information. Money News Work talking about salary

2020 141

10 Mistakes to Avoid if You Want a Promotion

Jobacle

It always surprises me when I meet oh so clever university graduates who have read just about every book there is on salary negotiation and career advancement but don’t have the slightest idea about how not to irritate their boss.

2020 169

Taco Bell Hiring $100k Jobs

Evil HR Lady

Current salaries range from $50,000 to $80,000 according to MarketWatch. I’ve never worked at a Taco Bell, but I have worked fast food. The manager job seems, to me, to be a mix of business management, scheduling, HR, food preparation, job training, and babysitting. After all, fast food restaurants are often staffed by first-time jobholders who need a bit more hand-holding than people in other industries. It’s not an easy job.

2020 124

The Guide to Being a Great Interviewee

The Corporate Con/noisseur

As a side note, you should avoid asking personal or HR specific questions, especially anything regarding salary, time off, or work from home opportunities. The Guide to Being a Great Interviewee. A lot of work goes into an interview from both the employer and the applicants end.

2020 65

6.8 Million People Got a Raise Yesterday. Were You One?

Evil HR Lady

The federal minimum wage stays put at $7.25, but states are free to create their own minimum wage–whichever is higher (federal or state) is the legal lower limit for salaries. Twenty-one states had minimum wage increases go into effect yesterday –and Delaware had one go into effect in October. Overall, an estimated 6.8 million people will see their paychecks increase anywhere from $0.10 an hour (Florida) to $1.50 an hour (New Mexico and Washington).

2020 116

Why Paying 100K for a Taco Bell Manager Makes Complete Sense.

HR Capitalist

1, 2020, all of its company employees “can become eligible to receive” at least 24 hours of paid sick time per calendar year. Taco Bell said it will start the six-figure salary pilot later this year, but did not name an exact date. Taco Bell is going to pay managers 100K per year.

2020 64

recruiter named a lower salary than the job ad, what do candidates want to know about company culture, and more

Ask A Manager

Recruiter quoted a salary that’s half of what was listed in the job ad. Is it common to be offered a much lower salary than is posted in a job listing? A recruiter called me regarding it and said that the salary would be $24,000 a year to start. Say, “I wanted to verify the salary with you. I’m assuming, of course, that it is significantly under-market, given your current salary. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go….

2020 49

Making Sure You’re Job Hunting With The Right Expectations

Corn on the Job

It’s important to know what you are worth and when you start to look at various payment ranges, whether it’s an accounting career salary or working in a creative job, remember that the salary is determined by various factors. Pixabay – CC0 Licence.

2020 83

Email Examples Asking to Work from Home

The Corporate Con/noisseur

From a financial perspective, a typical employee with a flexible workplace is 45 years old and earns an annual salary of $58,000. Email Examples Asking to Work from Home.

2020 52

Reddit’s Best Resume Advice

The Corporate Con/noisseur

The base salary allowed is $15 an hour. Reddit’s Best Resume Advice. Reddit, unofficially dubbed as “the front page of the internet”, is a great resource for just about any piece of information or advice you can look for.

2020 52

coworker saw embarrassing content on my phone, my dad keeps responding to my employee on Facebook, and more

Ask A Manager

We’re even on the same page about salary (I took your advice and gave our range up front). It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Coworker saw embarrassing content on my phone.

2020 79

Negotiating a Raise After a Promotion

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Typically, many managers and employers will look to handle salary negotiations and increases in designated timeframes throughout the year. If you feel that your new salary does not adequately reflect your new responsibilities, you want to give sufficient time for yourself to realize that.

2020 52

the new overtime law is here — if you earn less than $35,568, read this

Ask A Manager

To be considered exempt, you have to meet that duties test, be paid on a salary basis (i.e., increasing your salary to the new threshold of $35,568 in order to keep you exempt and avoid having to pay you overtime. Are there any professions that don’t have to meet the salary test to be exempt? Teachers, doctors, lawyers, and outside sales professionals are not subject to the salary test; they are automatically exempt regardless of how much money they earn. salar

2020 64

I sent a text about my problem employee to the wrong person, growing out gray hair, and more

Ask A Manager

Salary is unrelated.). It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I sent a text about my problem employee to the wrong person. I find myself in a pickle and am a nervous wreck. I have been a manager at a healthcare facility for two years. It has not been easy. The manager before me was stepping down and knew me from my managers group. She badmouthed me during a staff meeting she held with the employees prior to my arrival. It was hell when I arrived.

2020 63

my boss uses too much styrofoam, requiring receptionist to wear a fake tooth, and more

Ask A Manager

Job finalist wants to know the salaries of the rest of the staff. During negotiations with a finalist the hiring committee is very excited about, and after salary negotiations were basically complete but not finalized, the finalist asked to see the salaries of the other five employees before making a decision. But my day job is in the public sector, where salaries are public information, and I’ve never hired for a senior leader of any organization before.

2020 46

update: will it hurt my chances of getting hired if I can only do video interviews?

Ask A Manager

About two weeks ago I applied for a job that is a huge step up in my career, in a medium sized company that has an incredible product, and best of all, with a salary that is more or less what I was hoping and wishing and praying for. Happy holidays, and here’s to 2020, the start of a new decade! Remember the person asking if only being able to do video interviews would hurt their chances of getting hired (#2 at the link)? Here’s the update.

2020 58

my favorite posts of the decade

Ask A Manager

What should a salary negotiation sound like? It’s the end of the decade. Here are 19 of my favorite posts of the 2010’s. My favorites of the weird. My coworker wants us to call her boyfriend her “master”. Because come on. A coworker stole my spicy food, got sick, and is blaming me (and the update ). Because total ridiculousness so rarely gets such a satisfying conclusion. My coworker has started faking a British accent. Because I love a spectacle.

2020 63

are these unreasonable expectations for a part-time contractor?

Ask A Manager

However, if I am only being compensated for 15 hours per week, I feel like being on call is an unreasonable expectation — especially since I need to take on additional freelance and contract work in order to make a sufficient salary. My contract did not indicate that I had to work for this organization exclusively, and I was under the impression that the department that hired me was clear that I would need to take on additional projects to equate to a full-time salary.

2020 59

my manager over-uses “like,” is lunch included in an eight-hour day, and more

Ask A Manager

can salaried employees be required to fill out a timesheet? It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My manager over-uses “like” My manager frequently uses the verbal filler “like” during meetings with clients. I’m strongly against policing people’s use of language, but I’m afraid he could be making my team look unprofessional.

2020 58

updates: the self-deprecating employee, the car-borrowing boss, and more

Ask A Manager

Good news first — I passed the promotion interview, which, it turns out, in my company means I automatically got bumped up to a higher salary band, and my boss (Fergusina) was then obliged to rethink the team structure so I’d have duties befitting my new grade. It’s the last week of “where are you now?” time at Ask a Manager, where I run updates from people who had their letters here answered in the past. Here are five updates from past letter-writers.

2020 57

I wasn’t the first choice for my job, I took a counteroffer but now want to quit, and more

Ask A Manager

This job is a HUGE step up for me (job title, description, salary, etc), but maybe I made a mistake to accept it? Ultimately I turned the other company’s offer down and stayed at my current job, but with more salary, bonuses, PTO, flexibility, and remote work options. It’s four answers to four questions. Here we go…. I wasn’t the first choice for my job, and I think it shows. I’ve started a new position that is a really great opportunity for my career.

2020 46

my boss jokes about my work “suitors,” my coworkers barged into my house when I wasn’t there, and more

Ask A Manager

Job application asks for salary history despite state ban. I am currently applying to a job which asks applicants to submit past three years salary history to the chair of the search committee. I live in Connecticut which banned employers and potential employers from asking for salary histories in 2019. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go….

2020 45

New Overtime Rules Start 1 January 2020. Are You Ready?

Evil HR Lady

Early this year, the Department of Labor announced the minimum salary to be exempt from overtime pay will be $646 per week, or $35,548 per year. But this number is based on the 20th percentile of salaries, which is the same way the Department of Labor calculated the numbers the last time the limits were changed–in 2004. To keep reading, click here: New Overtime Rules Start 1 January 2020. The post New Overtime Rules Start 1 January 2020.

2020 147

10 Fast-Growing Careers To Watch In 2020

Career Realism

If you want to switch careers, or still aren't sure which career you want to pursue, check out this list of fast-growing careers to keep tabs on in 2020. Pay : The average annual salary for a physical therapist assistant is estimated to be $48,090.

2020 73

7 Job Search Tips for Your 2020 Self

Competitive Resumes

predicts half of the population will be remotely employed by 2020. Everyone should imagine what 2020 will look like for their career. As you consider salary as a priority, you’ll also need to look at how much everything else means to you in your negotiation package.

2020 130

FLSA Games: Exempt Salary Threshold Moves from 23K to 35K.

HR Capitalist

1, 2020. To be exempt from overtime under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), employees must be paid a salary of at least the threshold amount and meet certain duties tests. Heads up, HR friends at all levels.

2019 74

8 Careers Forecast to Be in High Demand from 2020 Onward

Corn on the Job

Here are 8 careers forecast to be in high demand from 2020 going forward. They make a better than average salary with nursing being a career with job stability. If there is one thing which can be said about today’s workforce, it would be that all jobs are becoming highly specialized.

2020 52

4 Myths About Job-Hunting During A Recession

Career Realism

Recession or not, you should prepare for a typical salary negotiation process. If you've settled on a salary range, be ready to prove to the company why you would be worth the investment. Whenever talks about a potential recession come up, it naturally puts some people on edge.

2019 67

5 'Recession-Proof' Careers

Career Realism

These jobs usually offer competitive salaries and with many experienced professionals retiring, these fields are always looking for new and young talent. When a recession hits, many people immediately begin to worry about their jobs -- and with good reason.

2019 69

10 Fast-Growing And High-Paying Careers For Women

Career Realism

Overall, women looking to enter these fields can expect a good job outlook and an above-average salary. If you're a woman looking to change careers soon, then we've got something for you to check out. In March 2019, the U.S.

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Poll: Would You Take a Salary Cut if it Meant Hiring a Friend?

Career Realism

According to a new study , about 90 million workers won’t be needed by 2020. Here’s the question: Would you be willing to sacrifice a portion of your salary if it meant being able to hire a friend? Salary cut hiring image from Bigstock.

2020 77

the new overtime pay law is here (for real this time)

Ask A Manager

Department of Labor issued a final ruling today on the question of what salary level should make workers exempt from overtime pay, and here it is: If you earn less than $35,568, then starting on January 1, 2020 you must be paid overtime (time and a half) when you work more than 40 hours in a week. That was a huge change, and companies were scrambling to adjust, many of them raising workers’ salaries to get them over that threshold. salaryThe U.S.

2019 80

Steak ‘N Shake Makes a $7.7 Million Error. (You’re Probably Making the Same Error.)

Evil HR Lady

Managers are always salary exempt and are not eligible for overtime pay. ” People who manage two or more employees, earn at least $23,660 ( set to jump to $35,308 in January 2020 ) and have hire/fire/discipline power generally meet the conditions for exemption from overtime pay and can be paid a straight salary–regardless of how many hours they actually work. This is a common belief but it simply isn’t true.

2019 152

5 Careers to Go For in 2013

Jobacle

The Bureau of Labor Statistics is projecting a 30% increase in the number of employed software developers from 2010 to 2020. The average salary for a software developer, according to the BLS, is $90,530 per year.

2013 249

How Women are Changing the Face of Construction

Ms. Career Girl

However, the numbers are slowly climbing even with some industry experts predicting that one in four construction workers will be a woman by 2020. Their salary is roughly half of what white men earn and three-quarters of what Hispanic men earn for the same work.

4 Great Health Care Careers for Single Mothers

Resume Bear

Employment rates are high, salaries are decent and these careers come with transferrable skills. There is an expected growth rate of 52 percent for vet technicians between now and 2020, the U.S. Employment rates for U.S.

Desk or Labor Jobs Here Today, Consider Them Gone Tomorrow

Competitive Resumes

The short answer is contingent on training, certifications, and industry experience often determines salary. Studies in recent years say 40% (or a little less) will be contractors or freelancers by 2020. Below is a Quora response I wanted to share. The original is here.

2017 130

Centuries of Contribution: Social Service Careers in the Field of Criminal Justice

Career Alley

Median Salary: $47,200. Job Outlook: 18% growth by 2020. Median Salary: $38,100. Job Outlook: 27% growth by 2020. Median Salary: $42,500. Job Outlook: 25% growth by 2020.

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