Thu.Apr 19, 2018

Miss America on The Value of Public Speaking

Ms. Career Girl

The Miss America Organization is more than a competition, it’s a 365 day effort to advance scholarship and service. It is a voice for young women who are looking to participate in social change. Today, the Miss America Organization is more relevant than ever.

How to Make Your Executive LinkedIn Profile Stand Out

Professional Resume Services

Utilizing LinkedIn to its fullest extent is important for professionals at any level. Whether you’re looking for a new job actively or if you simply want to boost your brand, seeking assistance from a LinkedIn profile writing service is never a bad idea.

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4 ‘Deal-Breakers’ You Should Throw Out of Your Hiring Rubric

Evil HR Lady

We’re in a serious hiring slump. Nearly half of small business owners say they’re struggling to find qualified job applicants , and more than a third have been unable to fill recent openings. So how can you deal with this extreme labor shortage ? Try widening your applicant pool—by considering candidates you previously would have rejected. Now, hear us out. We know many of the common hiring “deal-breakers” were established for a reason, but times—and the economy—have changed.

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4 Benefits of Conducting Exit Interviews

The Undercover Recruiter

To put it simply, an exit interview is an interview which is conducted with an employee who is leaving the company.

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WEBINAR: I GOT YOUR TEXT: 5 Ways Smart HR Pros & Recruiters Use Technology and Communication Style to Close More Candidates

HR Capitalist

OK, stay with me here HR friends. It’s never been harder to gain the attention of the best candidates on the recruiting trail.

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It’s Hard to Speak Up

Blogging4jobs

In light of the #metoo movement, one thing I continue to see is people admonishing victims for not speaking up sooner. It’s the ultimate defense: if it was so bad, why didn’t you speak up. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution.

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This is a course for INTJs

Penelope Trunk

This course runs May 7 – 10 at 8pm Eastern and includes four days of video sessions and email-based materials as well as a weekly meeting with special guests for four weeks. The cost is $195 but you can save $50 if you use this coupon code in the next two days: SMARTAF. Sign up now.

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Career Zingers # 24: Beauty Is Not About How We Look, It Is About How We See

David Zinger

To find beauty, see with fresh eyes. Susan, my wife, received some lovely roses. After a number of days I was ready to throw them out as they were withering. Susan stopped me, she cut the stems and put the roses in a new vase.

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should I create an Instagram for my dog to make me stand out to interviewers, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s four answers to four questions. Here we go…. Should I create an Instagram for my dog to make me stand out? I was recently informed that I didn’t get a job that I really wanted. I ended up asking the hiring manager for feedback and one thing she told me was that one candidate wrote a book outside of work hours about how they dissolved their student loan debt (they also hand-wrote a thank you note, which apparently they appreciated more than my emailed thank you note).

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How to Get a High Paying Chef Job

Corn on the Job

Image source. If you’re someone who lives and breathes food and you’re always in the kitchen cooking up a storm, you probably dream of working as a chef, where you can do what you love every day and get paid for it. The good news is, there is no shortage of chefs jobs to go around.

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company offered me a job, then yanked the offer, then re-listed the position

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: After job searching for several months, I was offered a position that lined up perfectly with my career goals. It wasn’t a dream job but a definite stepping stone on the path to a dream job. My start date was set, my resignation was sent to my manager, and I was excited for some new challenges.

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bitterly fought office coffee wars: share your stories

Ask A Manager

On a post last week about coffee wars, someone left this amazing comment : Without thinking hard, I recall the coworker who made herself a fresh pot every morning then dumped the contents so no one else could have any. The coworker who charged people for coffee the company supplied (she kept the money). The coffee pot that got moldy because no one would clean it.

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my employee is snarky and rude

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I recently started a new job and learned through my manager that a person on the team had interviewed for the role I was offered. This is a new position that was formed as part of a restructure and from what I understand, the person who applied felt he was a shoo-in for the position since he has been working here for several years. Anytime someone from the team asks me a question, this person is quick to respond, “Why would she know? She’s new to the business.”

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