Wed.Jun 12, 2019

Start Anew On A New Path: Changing Your Career Successfully

Career Alley

Whether you just graduated from college or have been working at the same company for 20 years, it’s important to remember that it’s never too late to make a change. Discover Career Opportunities

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5 Fitness Secrets from the Diaries of the Best Personality Trainers

Ms. Career Girl

Your fitness level is directly proportional to how hard and how often you work out. Everyone knows this. Yet, it is not easy to maintain the kind of motivation level it needs to work out regularly.

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Are You Making the Most of Your HR Data? Here’s What Businesses Are Doing with HR Analytics

Evil HR Lady

HR data is a rapidly evolving field. We can now track workplace trends and issues that weren’t even a thought in our minds twenty years ago. We can even use predictive models to alert us to employees who are thinking about leaving before they resign. Despite the potential, the availability of data and tech can be overwhelming. Why do organizations collect HR data and how are they making the most of it? HR Acuity asked, and the answers may help you direct your own company’s efforts.

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How can a career transition take you to the next level?

Imarticus Learning

Climbing the corporate ladder to advance your career is taxing – long nights, tight deadlines and more can take a toll on you and your pursuit to succeed. The millennial generation loves switching jobs on the regular, and it is crucial that you’re able to make these transitions smoothly.

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everyone got laid off except me, men who pretend to be scared of women now, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Everyone got laid off except for me. I work for a small business (3-5 employees) and I had known the company was having some financial trouble for some time. Everyone in my office got laid off except for me.

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Wellbeing in the Gig Economy

The Undercover Recruiter

The onward march of the gig economy means that most of us now work as contractors or freelance workers and it suits many of us down to the ground. There’s an abbreviation especially for these workers: TVCs which stands for “temps, vendors and contractors”.

How To Leave A Job (Without Burning A Bridge)

Career Realism

Before you start your new job, you have to take care of business at your current one. Depending on your relationship with your employer, this can be a difficult conversation. But, it doesn't have to be.

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This FREE Quiz Will Help You Thrive At Work

Career Realism

What if I told you there was a magical FREE way to determine which careers you should be pursuing in your job search? Ok, so it's not exactly "magic" -- but it's pretty close. It's Work It Daily's Career Decoder Quiz. This quiz will help you determine your work persona.

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my coworkers love talking about murder

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I have a weird problem and I don’t know what to do. A group of my coworkers loves discussing murder. Like, they love it. True crime is their favorite form of entertainment. They spend long periods talking about the gruesome details of their “favorite” crimes. Yes, they have referred to certain rapes, murders, and abductions as their “favorites.”) ”) Recently, they discussed the murder and rape of a six-year-old girl, allegedly by her father.

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should I report coworkers for mean tweets about an intern if someone could get caught in the crossfire?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: My workplace currently has an internship program in place. One of the universities that sends interns is a religious school — it has strict worthiness guidelines, tells students to report their fellow students who might be breaking rules, etc. Having attended it myself, I can understand how that atmosphere might set one up poorly for the regular working world. One of our interns from that school recently had an IT person help her set up a new computer.

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when a job candidate asks “how did I do?”

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I had a weird situation today when interviewing a candidate and I was hoping to get your read on the situation. At the end of the interview, he asked us for an on-the-spot evaluation, saying something like, “So, what do you think of me so far?” ” I nearly did a spit-take because it caught me off guard and quite frankly really rubbed me the wrong way.

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