Mon.Nov 23, 2020

Updating Your Resume in 5 Quick Steps

Professional Resume Services

Has this happened to you? A company you’ve had your eye on for a while suddenly has an opening. You are perfect for it. Not only are you perfect for it but it’s the perfect role for you. More seniority, increase in pay, remote work options, family-oriented, and so on.

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The Money Mindset Shifts That Changed My Life

Ms. Career Girl

I grew up in the Midwest as the daughter of immigrants. We didn’t grow up with a lot of money, but we grew up with a lot of love and a lot of determination to succeed. Like many immigrant children, I learned that money was not to be wasted. Every dollar mattered.

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Easy Ways to Thank Employees in a Hard Year

Evil HR Lady

This has been a terrible year. Unfortunately, as a business, we’re just scraping by — and that’s despite the Paycheck Protection Program loan from the Small Business Administration. There’s no money for a lavish holiday party, year-end bonuses or even anything more than a $5 gift.

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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“I ask not for a lighter burden, but for broader shoulders.” ” – Jewish Proverb. If you can’t see the photo above, please [ Click Here ]. At work, at home, and everywhere else, we are each carrying a very heavy set of burdens.

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Why the Recruiting Industry May Never Be the Same

Undercover Recruiter

2020 has presented recruiters and job seekers with unimaginable circumstances and significant societal challenges, leading to the transition of key processes toward more virtual recruiting.

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5 Tips for Handling a First Interview after Graduation

Finding a job is particularly hard these days. The only more challenging case is looking for the first one. Unfortunately, stress and anxiety are inevitable parts of this process. Although it’s quite normal to feel uncomfortable about the whole situation, too much pressure can

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HR is giving me bad vibes, but I like the hiring manager

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I went on an interview for a job in a different industry (academia), I’ve always had a passion for education so even though I knew I would likely be taking a pay cut, I still applied and was willing to take the offer if it was a good fit.

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we can only bring our spouses to the holiday party if we have kids

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I’ve considered writing in years past about my company’s Christmas party, but I never felt like I had any agency to change things. This year the Christmas party is cancelled (obviously) so when we resume next year (hopefully) it will be a chance to re-set the rules, so to speak. Our company has about 80 employees. Christmas at our workplace is very family-oriented.

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how can I find new hires who will be comfortable with our “boys club” culture?

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I’m looking to add a new employee to my team, most likely a recent college graduate, and I’m not quite sure how to come up with questions to ensure a good cultural fit. Our team is a bit of a “boys club” with cursing and the occasional inappropriate joke made in smaller group settings.

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