Mon.Sep 18, 2017

September Career Horoscope: What Does This Month Have In Store?

Ms. Career Girl

Capricorn (December 22 – January 19). As the workaholic star sign , you love what you do and work hard to excel within your chosen field – keep going and working your hardest this month in order to see everything come to fruition. Your hard work will pay off!

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12 Ways Introverts Can Survive Networking Events

Jobacle

Networking introverts. Sounds like an oxymoron, right? Talking is not what I do. I’d rather walk into a lion’s den in a steak suit than sit around networking with folks I’ve never met before. I’ll opt for being devoured, thank you very much.

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The Importance of Deal Sealing

Career Alley

Whether you’re a boss or not, learning how to seal the deal is the single most important thing you can do if a career in business is your goal. Deal sealing is an art and, much like any other art both in the world of business and out of it, it takes time to become well versed in it. So, you must devote time to perfecting your deal sealing tactics and style! Read on for advice on how to do so. Career advice Career Advice

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Is Your Work Environment Safe?

Ms. Career Girl

The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) employs about 2,100 inspectors to cover more than 8 million worksites around the country. That comes out to about one inspector per 59,000 workers.

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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“What the lion cannot manage to do, the fox often can.” ” – German Proverb. At work, as elsewhere, the size of the negotiator does not determine the success of the negotiation.

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“How Do I Get Employers To See Past My Job History?”

Career Shifters

Miranda's motivation has reached an all-time low. She enjoys some aspects of her role, but the environment isn't working for her. How do you move sideways when your experience is pointing you back to where you don't want to be

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Student Job Hunting for New Freelance Writing Gigs

Jobacle

Being independent is the boldest step that every student takes after a certain point of time. They desire to be financially and socially independent and do things what they want to.

Your Wellness Program Just Crossed the Line Into Weird

Blogging4jobs

Free food is consistently one of the most popular work perk not directly related to work itself (i.e. flexibility, half days). People love to eat for free and FS Investments is happy to give all of its employees three free meals a day… so long as they participate in the company’s “all-encompassing” wellness program. During […] Source. HR wellness wellness programs work perks

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Early Data On Impact of Google for Jobs on Indeed Sponsored Listings.

HR Capitalist

As most of you are aware, the launch of Google for Jobs a few months back was thought to be a significant blow to Indeed for 2 reasons: 1--Indeed was not listed as a partner that would automatically have its jobs included/indexed in the Google for Jobs product, and.

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Enjoying Online Business Opportunities

Boomers Next Step

“I’d love to work from home.” ” When I work with people changing their careers, or even just chatting socially with people, so many express the desire to work for themselves. Frequently this is followed by “I’d love to create a business online and work from home.”

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4 Ways to Hire Specialized Talent

The Undercover Recruiter

There’s always been a debate over whether it’s best to hire people who have lots of general skills or one very specific skill. And while there are cases to be made on both sides of the argument, there’s definitely a time and place for specialized talent. Do you know how to find it? How to. View Article. 4 Ways to Hire Specialized Talent. Undercover Recruiter - Recruitment & Talent Acquisition Blog. Employer Recruiting evaluations job postings Larry Alton specialized talent Target Audience

can I talk to my boss about how she’s treating my coworker, interview exercises, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Can I talk to my boss about how she’s treating my coworker? A colleague of mine — let’s call her Sarah — just got promoted to the level of supervisor, moving above myself and two other colleagues. This was a bit of a surprise to us all. Sarah hasn’t had any management experience, and she’s clearly trying to feel out her role.

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