Thu.Feb 18, 2021

No Cell Phones on Breaks

Evil HR Lady

I have a friend who has worked for a golf course for over 20 years. The golf course recently implemented a policy that prohibits employees from using their cell phones at work EXCEPT for lunch breaks. .

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10 Important Questions to Ask in an Interview

Ms. Career Girl

You’ve landed an interview — congrats! With any luck, your hunt to find an internship or a job will soon be over. The next step is to impress the hiring manager and convince them that you’re the right person for the role. One way to make a positive impression on hiring managers?

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Wynter Research panels

Evil HR Lady

Sponsored post. Want to give back to the HR community while having a low-key side hustle ($90-$180/hr)? Join Wynter’s research panel. Take industry surveys, be compensated every time you do it. A survey takes 10-15 min. Call to action: Learn more about the panels.

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How to Tell if a Company’s Culture Is Right for You

Ms. Career Girl

Whether you’re trying to find internships in college or land a better job , company culture should be high on your list of things to look for in your next opportunity — perhaps even higher than a paycheck. Why is company culture so important, you might ask?

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?? How To Get A Digital Marketing Job Without Any Experience

JobMob

Want to get into digital marketing and have no experience? These are the steps you'll want to take. Photo by James Pond. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to move their operations online, which has affected job search in a number of ways.

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10 Ways Employees Can Be More Proactive At Work

Career Realism

Proactivity, as defined by organizational behavior, is “anticipatory, change-oriented, and self-initiated behavior in situations, rather than just reacting." When a person is proactive, they are acting in advance of a future event.

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Smart Job Search Tips for the COVID-19 Season

Corn on the Job

Image Credit. In times of uncertainty, job seekers who want to develop their careers tend to apply for any job that looks attractive or pays the bills. However, this can be unproductive if career development is at the forefront of your search.

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my boss won’t manage a terrible employee, my coworker scream-yawns, and more

Ask a Manager

This post, my boss won’t manage a terrible employee, my coworker scream-yawns, and more , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My boss won’t do anything about a colleague’s terrible work, which I rely on.

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is applying for jobs a numbers game?

Ask a Manager

This post, is applying for jobs a numbers game? , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I’ve been job searching for what feels like forever but in reality is probably about six months.

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the hot sauce contest, soup-gate, and other work contests gone awry

Ask a Manager

This post, the hot sauce contest, soup-gate, and other work contests gone awry , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. “We had a hot sauce eating contest at work years ago that ended with the crowd demanding that the contestants stop before they got hurt (and passing the hat to come up with a second prize) and then one contestant threw up in the bushes on the way to his bus and the other was up all night and didn’t come in to work the next day.”

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