Fri.Feb 08, 2019

How to Create a Positive Work Environment

Evil HR Lady

Most people come to work to, well, work. Employees don’t necessarily expect their jobs to be fun 24/7. But that doesn’t mean your workforce needs to do business under a depressing cartoon rain cloud. Here’s how to make working at your business a positive and productive experience, and why it’s worth doing so. Why Creating a Positive Work Environment Is Important. Most employees spend more time at the office than they do with their friends and family.

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Planning A San Francisco Corporate Retreat

Ms. Career Girl

Your boss just dropped the news on you. She wants you to plan a corporate retreat in San Francisco. While you’re probably flattered that she’s got that much confidence in you, you’re also in mild panic mode. You know that a well executed retreat will earn you lots of kudos.

What Does Google for Jobs Mean for Recruitment?

The Undercover Recruiter

After rolling out in the USA last year, July of 2018 saw Google for Jobs launching in the UK. As news that the search engine giant was turning its attention to the world of recruitment spread, there was a lot of speculation about what that might mean for recruitment. But now the service has been.

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6 Ways to Juggle Your Work Life and Personal Life in the New Year

Ms. Career Girl

In the current workplace environment, there seems to be great value placed on finding the perfect work-life balance. However, this idea of balancing the scales between your work life and personal life is a myth we need to blow out of the water.

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What Would Be The Career Path For an Agile Coach?

Imarticus Learning

The job role for an Agile coach originated from IT but is now in demand by various industries across the globe. If you’re a project manager and are looking to take the next step in your career, becoming an Agile coach might just be the perfect role for you.

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weekend free-for-all – February 9-10, 2019

Ask A Manager

This comment section is open for any non-work-related discussion you’d like to have with other readers, by popular demand. This one is truly no work and no school.). Book recommendation of the week: Late in the Day , by Tessa Hadley. Two close-knit married couples unravel when one when dies unexpectedly. That sounds horribly depressing but somehow it’s not?

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open thread – February 8-9, 2019

Ask A Manager

It’s the Friday open thread! The comment section on this post is open for discussion with other readers on anything work-related that you want to talk about. If you want an answer from me, emailing me is still your best bet*, but this is a chance to talk to other readers. * If you submitted a question to me recently, please don’t repost it here, as it may be in the to-be-answered queue.

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