Thu.Oct 17, 2019

Top Reasons to Choose a Career in the Medical Field

Career Alley

Medicine is among the most sought after and respected careers for young aspirants. In the past decade, the medical field has undergone tremendous changes and […]. Discover Career Opportunities Medical Careers

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Let Mindfulness Guide Your Career Choice

Ms. Career Girl

Some careers are chosen carefully, and some can feel like they’re thrust upon you. Mindfulness can help you in choosing a career because it makes you fully aware of what you want to do professionally, and it keeps you from settling for a position that’s not a good match.

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How Corporate Giving Can Increase Employee Engagement

Evil HR Lady

When you’re brainstorming how to increase employee engagement, corporate giving is probably pretty far down the list. And, to be fair, it may not measure up to other strategies like flexible schedules and good management. But a giving program can help your employees feel better about the company and, in turn, work harder for its success. Employees prefer to work for companies that have a clear objective other than just making a profit.

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What Is The Difference Between Trade Confirmation And Affirmation?

Imarticus Learning

Trade-in contemporary. With the advent of technology in the financial domain, the nature and frequency of financial transactions have reached the zenith. Trade deals are commonplace given the money earning potential it holds.

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Should we be Charging Candidates in Skill Short Markets to Find Them Their Next Role?

The Undercover Recruiter

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5 Ways To Be A Happier, More Confident YOU

Career Realism

Have you noticed that when you're happy, you tend to be more productive, confident, and successful? Heck yeah! That said, we're all guilty of feeling negative sometimes, which can significantly damage those things.

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can you put firing someone on your resume, I know who’s clogging our toilets, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Can you put on your resume that you fired a poor performer? I’m in a senior leadership role, and when I took over one of the teams in my organization I identified that the direct manager of that team was a great individual contributor but wasn’t really successful in her manager role. I worked with her to figure out her real interests and strengths and helped her to realize that management really wasn’t for her.

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I’m worried my coworkers’ food handling is going to make someone seriously ill

Ask A Manager

It’s the Thursday “ask the readers” question. A reader writes: I am about four months into a new job, and my coworkers have been very nice and easy to work with. However, I am very concerned about the way that they manage food safety. We are going to have a potluck soon and I don’t think I can bring myself to eat anything after witnessing various food-safety related incidents.

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my new hire went AWOL on her first day

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I recently offered a job to someone who accepted and set up a start date. When the person was due to come in for her first day, about a half hour before her shift, I got an apologetic email about a medical emergency (ankle sprain), but she did not specify if she still wanted to work with us. I followed up with a phone call and left a voicemail wishing her well and discussing the position, and also sent a an email with the same information.

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can I avoid talking football without annoying my boss?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I work in an environment where there are three to five of us (depending on the day) who spend a lot of time together just due to the nature of the work and the set-up of our office. There are three to four of us at the same level and one boss, and it’s a highly hierarchical structure (what our boss says goes). I genuinely like everyone I work with and feel lucky to have such great coworkers, but there’s one thing (of course) that really bothers me.

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