Thu.May 28, 2020

Things I Learned from My Terrible Playlist

Evil HR Lady

My brother challenged us all to make a playlist of our favorite 25 songs. The rules are no Christmas music, only one song per artist, and it shouldn’t take more than five to ten minutes to make. The latter is so that you don’t overthink it. I love music. i love all kinds of music.

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VIDEO: 3 THINGS SMART HR LEADERS ARE FOCUSING ON DURING THE COVID RECOVERY

HR Capitalist

FOT mainstays Kris Dunn and Tim Sackett talk shop in this video, riffing on 3 things HR Leaders are focusing on during the COVID recovery , including overall HR agility, HR Communications/Branding and topgrading talent in a down economy. Video below!

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my company charges us PTO when we work from home while sick

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I work at a small employer (under 100 employees) that, while dynamic and forward-thinking in its work, can be quite behind-the-times when it comes to administrative policies.

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Best Mail Holders for Desks

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Best Mail Holders for Desks. While the number of physical letters and mail sent and received has dropped precipitously since the advent of the internet, many large companies and government agencies continue to utilize physical mail to conduct official business dealings.

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my boss wants me to make DIY disinfecting wipes to mail to employees, company won’t reimburse my plane ticket, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My boss wants me to make DIY disinfecting wipes to send to employees. My role is administrative in nature and I tend to do any ad hoc projects for the company.

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Creating Photographic Memories And Stories: Your Family Legacy

Boomers Next Step

The post Creating Photographic Memories And Stories: Your Family Legacy appeared first on Boomers Next Step. Your Employment

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let’s talk about mid-life career changes

Ask A Manager

It’s the Thursday “ask the readers” question. A reader writes: I would love a whole post on mid-life career changes! Especially if people are willing to share their specific fields.

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More Trending

updates: none of my coworkers have contacted me after my layoff, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s a special “where are you now?” season at Ask a Manager, when I’m running updates from people who had their letters here answered in the past. Here are three updates from past letter-writers. None of my coworkers have contacted me after my layoff. I was the OP of the “none of my coworkers have contacted me after my layoff” post published 10/31/19. I appreciate it! Seeing that others went through the same experience was healing in itself.

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am I going overboard with praise for my team?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: One of my struggles in managing my team is with recognition – but oddly, not the usual problems of under-recognizing effort. I’m afraid I may occasionally get too effusive with my thanks for my team’s comfort, or thank someone one time too many. Additionally, I find that I occasionally stun some of them by thanking them for doing tasks that I find incredibly helpful, yet they consider to be business as usual.

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