Thu.Feb 07, 2019

Executive Job Search Blogging: Anyone Can Learn To Do It, and Excel

Executive Career Brand

Do you know how beneficial having a blog can be when you’re in executive job search? Having your own blog will help you build your personal brand and differentiate the value you offer as a candidate. in a way that almost nothing else can top. An added bonus. you […].

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This Company Lets You Turn Your Unused Vacation Days into Student Loan Payments

Evil HR Lady

Americans have fewer vacation days than their European counterpart s, and yet we still don’t use them al l. Some companies allow you to roll them over and cash out when you quit, but for many Americans they just disappear into the ether. If you don’t use all your vacation days, it’s just a boon for the company–they get more work out of you for no more money.

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5 Signs of Great Feedback—And How to Give More  

Ms. Career Girl

Employees consistently report that they want more feedback. This continues to be an issue in 2018, according to a new study from Reflektive , which found that 94 percent of employees would like to receive feedback in real time.

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How to Build and Manage Your Personal Brand Online

Professional Resume Services

You can have an extensive amount of experience with unique skill sets and seem like a perfect fit for a job, but employers will still be hesitant to hire you if you don’t have a solid online presence. In this day and age, leaders have to be visible to the public.

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The Business Benefits of Employee Health Assessments

The Undercover Recruiter

It’s a fact; people are a company’s most important asset. So, it follows that the healthier your employees are, the healthier your business will be as a result.

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boss asked someone to take her family off her health insurance, how to encourage someone you’re rejecting, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My boss begged my coworker to take her husband and baby off her health insurance. So I recently started a new job in a very small office right before the New Year. As I was being hired, they were doing their budget for 2019. My boss, who is not my favorite person in the world, forgot to budget for my benefits.

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people call me “young lady” when I’m clearly not

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I am in my 60s. I don’t look like like a fossil, but I don’t look like I am in my 20s or 30s, either. Today I went to a store where someone who was in his 20s or 30s looked at me and said, “How can I help you, young lady?” ” The store wasn’t busy, so I told him what I have told others a few times: “When you call me young, it makes me think you immediately notice how old a person is before you consider them as an individual.”

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how to deal with a boss who flips out and yells

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I work on a team of four – our manager and the three producers. Our manager is not very experienced with managing, and we tend to pick up a lot of the slack for clarifying directives, managing vendors, setting plans, etc. Personality-wise, our manager is typically very playful and her goal is for us to all be friends. However, every now and then, she’ll flex her authority in a very authoritative fashion, as if to say, “Look. This is not up to discussion.

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how can I make my first business trip go smoothly?

Ask A Manager

It’s the Thursday “ask the readers” question. A reader writes: What should I expect from my first ever business trip? In terms of lodging, meals, travel, the really basic scheduling stuff that may seem obvious after one or two of them but would surprise a first-timer — I just want to get a mental lay of the land. My manager invited me to go to my industry’s largest conference on the other side of the U.S. from where we work.

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