Thu.Sep 21, 2017

Does the Law Require that You Let an Employee Nap?

Evil HR Lady

Napping is popular among just about everyone other than toddlers , who desperately need naps, but are convinced they are prohibited by the Geneva convention. Culturally, though, we just don’t do it.

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Why Women Rock As Business Leaders & Simple Tips On How To Climb The Ladder Of Success!

Ms. Career Girl

Today’s business landscape is changing. Women make up half of the workforce, and in 50% of families, women are the sole or co-breadwinners. Gone are the days where “leadership” is perceived solely as a male trait.

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A Note to Our Jewish Friends.

Sklover Working Wisdom

Our Best Wishes to all. Our Friends of The Jewish Faith – and all others, too – for a Sweet, Happy, Healthy, Safe and. Prosperous New Year. 2017 Alan L. Sklover All Rights Reserved. Commercial Use Prohibited

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Perspectives on Failure: Your Role as a Manager

Ms. Career Girl

Failure is inevitable in the business world. No matter what, you’re going to encounter both isolated and widespread failure regularly throughout your career. That’s just the harsh reality of modern business.

2017 130

What to Include in a C-level Executive Biography

Professional Resume Services

Many executives make the mistake of simply rewriting their resume and calling it their biography. Including a lot of numbers, statistics and data may look impressive, but it’s not necessarily what needs to go on an executive profile.

2017 130

More Trending

stolen lunches, missing mugs, and other petty office thefts: share your stories

Ask A Manager

Workplace thefts are usually a lot pettier than Monday’s letter about the person who stole an intern’s jacket. Like this from a commenter recently: “I have a Bath and Body eucalyptus (mini) hand sanitizer next to my computer. Turns out someone has used it up, then refilled it with water so it wouldn’t look like it was used. It costs a buck.” ” Or this : “I had someone steal my pyrex dish once.

2017 78

4 Top Tips for Becoming Debt-Free Quickly

Corn on the Job

Today, it’s perfectly normal to be in some level of debt – whether it’s a credit card that you use for emergencies, a loan that you took out to buy a new car, or even the mortgage for your home.

2017 52

update: my company’s accountant is nitpicking my pretty frugal travel expenses

Ask A Manager

Remember the letter last month from the person whose company accountant was nitpicking his travel expenses in the most ridiculous way ? If you didn’t read the comments, you missed this insane detail from the letter writer: “Actual comment at the last checkin with Bob, regarding a ~$12 tab at Chipotle: ‘Ordering extra guacamole is wasteful of member dues.'” ” Here’s the update. Thanks for writing a reply to my question!

2017 70

Which Bad Habits can cost you a job?

Corn on the Job

Are you planning to start your corporate career and wish to excel in the company? Well, in that case, there are some red flags that you need to nip from the roots to have a respectable career.

2017 52

telling my boss about a rumor he might lose his job, advocating for my staff, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. There’s a rumor my boss might lose his job. I am in a predicament where a coworker has told me he overheard a rumor that my boss is being ousted by the president. Allegedly, they are bringing in an even more senior head of our group (new role) to be his boss, with the ultimate goal of eliminating my boss’s role. This coworker is an office gossip, and I have seen many of the rumors he has spread to be credible.

2017 59

Want to earn $100 for your insight in a research study from ADP?

Corn on the Job

Hi Corn On The Job readers! Are you interested in potentially earning $100 for your time in providing insights on tools you already use? Click HERE or go to: [link] ?Source=cotj Source=cotj to take the research participant intake survey!

2017 52

can you ask a reference what they said about you?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I am currently in the middle of the hiring process for a job I very much want. There are an extremely limited number of positions available in this area and I am fortunate enough to have moved past the first round of interviews with the top company in this niche. I received an email two weeks ago letting me know I would be informed of next steps within two weeks.

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