Wed.May 22, 2019

Using “Retail Therapy” to Cope With Anxiety and Depression

Ms. Career Girl

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and it’s important to note that women are twice as likely to be diagnosed with anxiety and depression.

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What is an Application Tracking System – and why is it important?

Cube Rules

If you've done any research into writing a resume, you'll soon come across the dreaded ATS -- Application Tracking System. It's that dastardly beast that will grab your resume and throw it into the digital trash bin if you don't feed it right and correctly. It is the black box of resumes reviews -- machine driven […]. The post What is an Application Tracking System – and why is it important? appeared first on Cube Rules. Job Search Application Tracking System ATS Resume

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How Do You Manage Your Own Mental Health at Work?

The Undercover Recruiter

Our employees’ wellbeing is of utmost importance, there’s no denying that. But so is your’s.

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What jobs can you get with a Data Analytics degree?

Imarticus Learning

The Data Analytics industry is one of the fastest growing sectors, proving to be a job provider to thousands of potential professionals every year. Therefore, upon the successful completion of a Data Analytics degree, there are various job options that you can explore.

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McDonald’s Faces 23 New Sexual Harassment Complaints

Evil HR Lady

McDonald’s is the first job for many people. The wages aren’t high and they tend to hire people without a lot of experience for many of their positions. This is fabulous and they should be praised for giving people their first chance. However, there’s a downside to this: inexperience matters at work. It’s easy enough to learn how to make hamburgers and fries, but it’s not quite so easy to learn how to navigate a world of work.

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Do financial analysts use Python? In what ways?

Imarticus Learning

Finance professionals have long relied on the trawling through spreadsheets which makes their exercise an extremely arduous task. However, over the years they have had access to VBA( Visual Basic Applications) in Excel to customize functionality and automate worksheets.

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How to Think Like a Futurist

Water Cooler Wisdom

Being a futurist means paying attention to new patterns or trends that are slowly percolating up through the market and/or society that have the potential to catch on in a major way.

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I don’t want my employees to wear headphones

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I have two I.T. employees who like to wear headphones, not earbuds, at their desks during business hours. It’s awkward when someone approaches them for support and there’s a brief waiting period for the employee to remove the headphones and acknowledge the person. I find this unnerving when I approach either of them and have to wait, and suspect many of my users may feel the same. In addition, I think it simply looks bad for I.T. support.

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Can Chartered Accountants become Investment Bankers? How?

Imarticus Learning

Investment banking is a challenging and exciting career opportunity that many can pursue. Grit, determination and a smart attitude are what it takes to become an investment banker.

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how can you get around automated screening questions when you’re actually qualified for the job?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I just applied (at 9 pm) online for a nonprofit job I would be great at. I didn’t meet all of the requirements, but I wrote a passionate cover letter covering my skills in related areas that are the same as what they specified in the description — just for a different audience. In the required application fields (drop-down menus) where it asked, “Do you have two years of experience at [type of work]?”

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how much should we compromise for a dog-phobic coworker in a dog-friendly office?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: We’ve recently moved into a new office space, which is dog-friendly. This is great news for many of my coworkers, who are able to avoid costly sitters and walkers (we’re already allowed to work from home a few days per week, so bringing dogs in the other couple of days can do away with these costs entirely). However, one of my colleagues (let’s call her Jane) is really dog-phobic. Today another colleague (Lucille) brought her dog in for the first time.

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asking job candidates to go scent-free, baggy clothes at work, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Asking job candidates to follow our scent-free policy at interviews. I know you’ve covered scent-free office policies in the past, and that usually has to do with employees who are already working in the office. What about applying that same policy to candidates who are invited to the office for an interview? The admin team at the front of our office is very sensitive to strong smells (good or bad).

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