Tue.Apr 16, 2019

Why You Should Consider a Flexible Job as a New College Grad

Ms. Career Girl

You’ve walked the aisle, received your diploma, and taken photos with your excited family and friends. Congrats! You’ve graduated college—now what? The journey of finding a job can be different for everyone: frustrating, long, short, easy, difficult.

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From Law to Teaching

Career Shifters

“I liked my work, but I felt there was something more out there for me.”. Myles Preston had a career itch that needed to be scratched. So, when he came across a structured training programme that provided the opportunity to explore his ideas, he leapt at the chance.

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Are You Showing Your True Personal Brand?

Professional Resume Services

A major part of a job search involves making your personal brand appear to be what you want it to be. However, executives often make the mistake of gearing their c-level personal branding more toward what they want others to perceive of them, rather than showing who they really are.

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6 Top Tips For Busy Entrepreneurs

Career Alley

While it may seem impossible to keep on top of absolutely everything, there are lots of tips and tricks you can follow in order to live a happy life in the world of business. Discover Career Opportunities Entrepreneurs

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How to Build the Perfect Applicant Funnel

The Undercover Recruiter

Recruitment marketing is still in its infancy when compared to either it’s older sibling HR recruiting, or it’s first cousin Marketing. There are plenty of ways you can streamline and improve your recruitment marketing tactics by borrowing from both of these related practices.

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I have to build with Legos during an interview, I don’t want to cross a picket line for work errands, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I have to use Legos to build something that represents me during an interview. Using your recommendations for resumes and cover letters, I landed an interview with what I believe to be my dream job. While prepping for the interview, I looked up some common interview practices for the company. Most of it was standard, but there’s one that threw me through a loop.

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Help! My Co-Worker Took Credit For Work I Did.What Do I Do?

Career Realism

In this week's episode of "Well This Happened", we want to know what you would do if your co-worker took credit for the work you did.right in front of your colleagues AND boss! We want YOU to be the career coach and tell us which one is the RIGHT answer! Think you know?

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Yikes! Here's How To Handle A Hiring Manager Mocking A Candidate

Career Realism

If you saw our first video, you might have heard about the awkward situation one of our viewers, Cam submitted. He's been working at a job for awhile, but recently overheard a hiring manager making fun of a candidate with autism right after an interview-not only awkward, but VERY unprofessional!

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my boss makes me hassle my coworkers for no reason

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I started working at my current job about eight months ago. My team is small — just my manager (a director) and myself (a manager) — and we have many projects that require us to work with other teams within our company. Most of the time, we are asking people from other teams to take time out of their daily workload to assist us. Asking people to jump in on projects is not always easy, especially when it feels like everyone is bogged down with a tremendous workload.

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I can see a coworker doing work for me incorrectly over her shoulder — can I step in?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I wonder if you could help me with a bit of office etiquette. There is a designer who works for my company. She is not my direct report and I don’t manage her in any way, but she does split her time between doing design work for me (she does two days of work for me a week) and the rest of the company. So I delegate, prioritize, give feedback, etc. over those two days.

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