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4 Hot Careers in the Automotive Industry

Career Alley

The automotive industry is one of the biggest in the entire world. Careers in the automotive industry provide stable, high-paying jobs. Find your Dream Job Automotive Careers

Writing Your Board of Directors Resume: Know Your Audience

Career Trend

Writing Your Board of Directors (BOD) Resume Recruiters hiring for board-level candidates have requirements unique from recruiters filling a corporate executive-level role. Understanding the audience’s distinctive needs is imperative when building a board of directors resume.

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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“A slim settlement is worth more than a fat lawsuit.” ” – Yiddish Proverb. Let this lawyer of 36 years tell you the truth: this proverb is quite wise. Or, as one lawyer once defined a lawsuit for me: “A lawsuit is a $200 court filing fee and a dream.”

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Why To Do Lists work for task management – until they don’t

Cube Rules

Having a method of managing your to do list is a vitally important job skill for the Cubicle Warrior. The problem is that word there — manage. I don’t know about you, but I don’t do it very well. The Harvard Business Review just recommending blowing up your to do list altogether. The author offers up […]. The post Why To Do Lists work for task management – until they don’t appeared first on Cube Rules. Job Performance

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Modernize Your Recruitment Marketing for Gen Z

The Undercover Recruiter

Every generation to enter the workforce has influenced recruiting strategy, and Gen Z is no different. What’s the new competitive edge with these diverse, tech-savvy candidates entering the workforce? Recruitment marketing.

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The Ultimate Glossary of Terms About Machine Learning

Imarticus Learning

Machine learning is an artificial intelligence application which provides computer systems with the ability to learn on its own and improve with experience without any explicit requirement of additional programming.

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can I use dark humor at work?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I have a dark sense of humor. I now realize that my boss does not. During a standard “how was your day off” conversation between my supervisor, manager, and a few peers, my manager mentioned that he was a chaperone for one of his kid’s field trips to Gatorland. Naturally, I asked if any of the kids on the trip got eaten by an alligator.

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coworkers at my new job want to oust the CEO, a company I rejected keeps rejecting me back, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Coworkers at my new job want to oust the CEO. I recently started a new job in a very small office, only six people. Staff has had many problems in the past with the president/CEO. I have noticed that his leadership style is not conducive to a successful or positive work environment.

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what should you do if you’re asked to work for free in a job interview?

Ask A Manager

If you’ve interviewed for a job lately, you might have been asked to do an assignment to demonstrate your skills and show how you’d approach the job — anything from writing a press release for a communications job to coding a webpage for a web development job. In theory, this is a good thing. Some people interview deceptively well but turn out to have lackluster skills once they’re hired. And other people don’t do well in interviews but would be great at the job.

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