Tue.Oct 20, 2020

The Real HR Show: Pushing Back on Your CEO

Evil HR Lady

In a continuation of our Just Say No October series, we’re talking about saying no to the executive team. Sometimes the most important thing an HR person does is say, “No, that’s a terrible idea. Here’s why.”

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Talking About Glassdoor's New Diversity Ratings with Joel Cheesman.

The HR Capitalist

In Episode 18 of BEST HIRE EVER , Kris Dunn chats with Joel Cheesman , founder of Poach and Ratedly (as well as a co-host of the aptly-named Chad and Cheese Podcast ) about the addition of Diversity Ratings on the Glassdoor platform. .

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From Teaching to Own Business

Career Shifters

“After working for other people for so long, I wanted something that I could call my own.”. James Alger had a working lifestyle that many would envy. But all the perks in the world couldn't satisfy the growing urge he had to create something of his own.

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staff doesn’t say thank you, reference checker only wanted to hear about “exceptional” candidates, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Our staff doesn’t acknowledge the ways we’re trying to make them feel appreciated. I am a partner at a small (15-person) organization that has transitioned to remote work relatively easily since COVID.

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5 Unconventional Questions To Get You Unstuck In Your Career Change

Career Shifters

Sluggish, frustrated, and running the same old circles in your head? Craving a fresh perspective but don’t know where to look? Natasha shares 5 things you can ask yourself to see your shift (and the reasons you’re stuck) in a new light – so you can get moving faster into more fulfilling work

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my boss never praises my work

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I work as an assistant for the development team of a nonprofit. I’ve been in this role five years. My manager, Jane, who is far and away the most influential person in the organization, never praises me.

2020 32

new coworker is a rude know-it-all

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I have been working on a project for over a year, and over the last six months I have taken over the lead responsibilities. For the last year, our entire team of four has been women. Several weeks ago, a new coworker, “Mark,” started. Mark has experience in our field and has worked on similar projects with other companies. He keeps telling our team that he has very high expectations/standards and what we are doing is not meeting them.

2020 31

when is struggling financially worth it for your career?

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: Three months ago, I made the transition from my multiple low-paying jobs in the nonprofit world to a much better-paying single job in government. I love the money. I love it! I literally get overwhelmed and start grinning like an idiot when I think about how I can afford an apartment by myself and sock away money in savings (both of which are firsts for me). I do not love the job itself.

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