Tue.Apr 24, 2018

5 Tips for Professional Networking

Professional Resume Services

Everyone has heard about the importance of networking, and it’s no secret the most successful executives generally have a large network. The more you network, the more you’ll be able to boost your executive profile and earn yourself a great reputation within your industry and beyond.

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How Job Seekers Can Get Noticed by Employers Online

Competitive Resumes

How to stand out to employers online is frequent question and subject for job seekers. It’s one of the hardest things to do on the Internet since there is so much noise competing to be heard. The day has come to show how you add value to employers, peers, and prospective connections online.

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Feed Your Coffee Habit and Still Maintain Your Budget

Ms. Career Girl

People the world over are addicted to their daily coffee. And in the U.S., at anywhere from $2 and up per cup that means a whopping annual ding to your budget of over $750 if you indulge your coffee habit in that cozy coffee house down the street.

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Why A Compelling Story Is Vital For Career Change – And How To Craft Yours

Career Shifters

Feel awkward or confused when you talk about your shift? Unsure of who you are anymore, since so much has changed? Natasha explains how a great story can help you find confidence, connections and opportunities as a career changer – and the key principles you need to tell yours brilliantly

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Dear Hiring Manager, Perhaps You Should Write the Thank You Note

Evil HR Lady

You should always write a thank you note after a hiring manager takes her precious time to step down from the clouds above to allow you to beg her for a job. Or something. Look, I hate this. Just what are you exactly thanking the manager for ? Taking the time to talk with you and consider your application for the job, right? But, what were you really doing?

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From the Military to Wealth Management

Career Shifters

“My career was increasingly preventing me from being a present father and husband.”. Nick O'Sullivan was looking for greater freedom and work–life balance. He discovered it in a completely different field than he thought he would. But making the transition was no easy task.

Women at Work: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome


You’re not who you say you are. People are going to find out you’re not as smart/talented/competent as you pretend to be. You’re faking it and you’re not making it. Sound. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution.

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When Your Dream Job Demands A Move

Corn on the Job

If you’re stuck in a career that makes you want to literally claw your eyes out because you’re that bored, then it might be time to find yourself a new career. So many people condemn themselves to a life in an office, staring at the same four walls, doing a job they’re only doing for money.

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What Work Worries Keep Your Employees Up at Night?

The Undercover Recruiter

Learning how to engage millennials in the workplace has turned into an utmost priority for most business leaders. But what is found is that efforts to try and fight back these issues might not have come to fruition yet. At least that’s what is suggested by people’s online searches.

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Six ways to save ink when printing for your business

Corn on the Job

In business, the only way your company can succeed is to operate at a profit. This means that you must not only hit your sales targets but keep a watchful eye on your overheads.

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get your signed copy of the new Ask a Manager book now

Ask A Manager

There’s just one week left to get a signed copy of the new Ask a Manager book, Ask a Manager: How to Navigate Clueless Colleagues, Lunch-Stealing Bosses, and the Rest of Your Life at Work. If you pre-order now, you can sign up for a free signed bookplate here.

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"PRETEND WE'RE HAVING AN ARGUMENT": The Glass Office Everybody Watches You Go Into (From "Billions").

HR Capitalist

Workplace Artifacts - objects or situations made by human beings, with specific cultural interest or meaning in the workplace. --. You know it's official when I make up my own definition, right? OFFICIAL.

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who pays for coffee, combining an interview and a trip, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Who pays for coffee? I started working in a new office a few months ago and am trying to navigate coffee buying etiquette. My new office is very small. There’s only my boss and me in my department, and another department with a handful of staff members. Also, I work for a nonprofit, so the budget for expenses is small. Finally, before starting this new job, I was out of work for a while, so I am trying to be frugal and to save some money.

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Strategic Onboarding is Essential for Vulnerable Financial Institutions

Water Cooler Wisdom

In the financial world, failing to effectively onboard new employees can be catastrophic. There are the usual costs associated with new hire turnover (nearly a million dollars a year for the average organization), but in addition, unprepared new employees may unknowingly commit expensive and illegal accounting and compliance errors and may feel so frustrated with their jobs that they depart for better opportunities. Today’s Onboarding Is So Much More Than a One-Day Orientation.

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my coworker won’t stop complaining about work

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: A friend and coworker of mine (we met at our current job and became friends outside of work), I’ll call her Donna, is deeply unhappy. Her morale is low and rightfully so—her manager is, to be blunt, incompetent, and she’s had to put up with multiple negative experiences over the past couple of years. She’s been looking for another job but without much success. We work in a relatively niche industry so she’s had trouble finding much, though I’ve tried to help her.

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my boss pressures me to take sick leave, but I can’t afford to

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I work in a small office of less than 10 people, and even then, there’s usually only two or three of us actually working within it on any given day. I started off as an intern but have since been taken on as an employee – though I have never been given a contract stipulating annual leave or sick days. I just know what hours I work and what my rate of pay is.

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