Mon.Apr 17, 2017

Beauty Bias: Do Attractive People Really Have The Edge In The Workplace?

Ms. Career Girl

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More Reasons Career Success Can Come Through Blogging

Competitive Resumes

Job seekers should consider blogging as a way to increase your career success and choices. In the process, it will increase your career chances. I bought back my longtime friend Keith Townsend to talk about his journey.

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Don’t Let Student Debt Hold Back Your Career, Why You Should Refinance Before Rates Rise

Ms. Career Girl

The post Don’t Let Student Debt Hold Back Your Career, Why You Should Refinance Before Rates Rise appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. For millennials especially, carrying a large amount of student debt can be worrisome.

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How Many LinkedIn Connections Are Good For Executive Job Search?

Executive Career Brand

One of the questions my c-suite and senior-level executive clients most frequently ask me is: Does it matter how many people I’m connected to on LinkedIn, and who should I connect with – everyone who asks?

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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“There are two kinds of success, initial and ultimate.” ” – Winston Churchill. In fact, initial success can be your enemy. It’s like hitting a home run in the first inning, and then sitting back to relax. no doubt, a sure path to losing the game.

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More Trending

Should You Talk Politics in the Office?

The Undercover Recruiter

Last month, Kyle S. Reyes contributed an article to the New Boston Post describing the most recent recruitment drive at his company, Silent Partner Marketing. Reyes had instituted a questionnaire – the ‘Snowflake Test’ – which all candidates were required to answer. Among the questions?

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The Increasing Tinder (For Vendors) Vibe of LinkedIn.

HR Capitalist

When I accept your LinkedIn invite, I'm not swiping right. I'm just doing something slightly less than giving you a business card. I use LinkedIn a lot. I don't put myself out there as a Lion, an open networker, etc, mainly because I'm not even sure what those things mean.

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LinkedIn is Listening: Impressive New and Returning Features


It’s always a beautiful thing when a large company listens to customers. But what about listening to free users of your site? LinkedIn is doing just that. The company is adding features as well as. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution. Social Media LinkedIn sandra sandra long

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How to be an Email Master

Personal Excellence Blog

(Image: Courtney Recker ). We live in an information saturated world today where our inboxes are fuller than ever and we receive more emails than before. Digital communication has become the primary way we communicate with anyone, if at all.

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How Can Employers Support Autistic Workers?


Over 3.5 million people in America are on the autistic spectrum yet only 19.3 percent of people with disabilities were working or actively seeking work as of 2014. Why do autistic people to appear to. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution. HR adults with autism autism disabilities hiring reasonable accomodation recruiting

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8 signs you’re a bad boss

Ask A Manager

No manager sets out to be the sort of boss who demoralizes their staff or makes people dread coming to work. And yet, given the number of people who report working for terrible managers, clearly there are loads of bad bosses out there. Most bad bosses aren’t bad people. Rather, managing is a skill like any other, and too many managers don’t take the time to develop that skill. But if you’re in charge of people at work, it’s crucial to take a look at what kind of boss you are. At U.S.

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I don’t want to go to an office slumber party, I can’t get an extra day off before my wedding, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I don’t want to go to an office slumber party. I work in a department of 21 and we have VPs, AVPs, and assistants, and we are mixed gender. One of the assistants sent a calendar invite to a slumber party at her house to all of the women in our department. She wants us to build relationships and she said we also get to act like teenagers but with alcohol.

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my boss is upset that I told my coworkers I was resigning before I told him

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I recently decided to change jobs and accepted a great new position. I’m close with two people on my team (I often see them socially outside of work) and I told them when I began my search and when I was offered the new role. When I gave my notice, my current manager mostly took it well, but had one big question for me: “Have you told anyone else?” ” I told him I had, and then he demanded to know exactly who I told.

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how should you handle wardrobe malfunctions at work?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’ve had the unfortunate luck of several wardrobe mishaps during work hours. I’ve ripped clothing across seams, broken heels, spilled entire meals or drinks on myself, been rained on so hard that I could wring my shirt out like a towel, sat on something that needed to be cleaned off, etc. In some instances, I could leave early to address the problem (spilled entire meal on myself, rained on), and other times, I’ve had to deal with it at the office.

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