Fri.Jan 19, 2018

Job Search News – January 19, 2018

Competitive Resumes

This is your job search news – THE POST HOLIDAY LAYOFFS EDITION – – with articles and resources centered around learning so enjoy! I’ve read them, and you can feel free to comment on them in any form you’d like. Leave a message on the “send voicemail” button on your right.

2018 28

Dear 22-Year-Olds, There Are a Few Things You Need to Know About Business Emails

Evil HR Lady

The terrible date between Aziz Ansari and “Grace” made the internet go crazy and opened up all kinds of debate over the #metoo movement. The story’s author, Katie Way, though, has made herself a topic of news over her completely inappropriate email to HLN anchor Ashleigh Banfield after someone from Banfield’s staff contacted Way and invited her to come on the show. It’s an unequivocal no from me. The way your colleague Ashleigh (?),

2018 26

5 Must Know Graduate Recruitment Trends

The Undercover Recruiter

Having worked at the forefront of the graduate recruitment industry for a number of years, 2017 stood out as a year dominated by technology – and this will undoubtedly continue into 2018, too.

2018 13

Catching Up On Compensation and Work Perk Trends

Blogging4jobs

2017 was a wild ride for Human Resources. The fast pace of political and economic change meant a lot of uncertainty and while many of the administration’s core policies are set in stone by now, Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution. HR bonuses compensation work perks

2017 11

When Your Boss Acts Like a Dinosaur and You Just Serve Up The Brontosaurus.

HR Capitalist

In case you missed it, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is the latest leader VP level FTE of the free world to espouse the benefits of having his underlings print stuff out for him to chew on. Damn kids! Where's my digital information printed out on something I can take notes on?

2018 10

More Trending

BACK TO WORK!

Call to Career

For women who have taken time off from work to raise their families and/or take care of an ailing family member, getting back into the workforce can sometimes be a daunting task. In many cases, things have changed since they left. The job search landscape is different, and convincing employers that you are a good hire is not easy to do.