Mon.Aug 19, 2019

There’s Literally No Reason Why You Can’t Get A Job You’ll Love

Career Alley

finding a job that you’ll enjoy doesn’t actually have to be an impossible task. It may feel that way, but earning a living doing what you want is a genuine possibility. Discover Career Opportunities Change Jobs

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Herbal Gardens – Why and How To Start One in Your Kitchen

Ms. Career Girl

If you’re a typical career woman, you probably don’t have time to create and tend to a large backyard garden. But there’s an indoor alternative that’s much easier, and it can provide some great benefits. Herbal gardens are the perfect way to let your green thumb express itself.

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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“Be kind. Everyone you meet is carrying a heavy burden.” ” – Rev. John Watson. In working with other people – whether colleagues, customers, managers, or even competitors – don’t forget for a moment that each has a “difficult story” of grief, pain and concerns inside of them, and each is, from his or her own point of view, “carrying a heavy burden.” Just as you do and as I do, too.

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Could You be Doing More to Promote Employee Development?

The Undercover Recruiter

Research carried out by financial services firm the MPA Group has found that a quarter of office workers invest no time at all in professional development and learning new skills.

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3 Surprising Phone Interview Tips

Career Realism

Phone interviews are becoming more and more important in the job search. They are your gateway to get to the face-to-face interview. Employers try to screen candidates out with phone interviews because they need to narrow down their list of applicants to bring on site.

The Future Is Bright For Banking Implementation Of PSD2 and GDPR

Imarticus Learning

GDPR and PSD2 are all set to transform the banking industry by empowering the customer with multi-dimensional power over their personal data in 2018.

5 BIG Career Change Mistakes

Career Realism

After months (maybe even years) of careful thought, you have decided that the time is finally right to make a career change. This is one of the biggest decisions of your professional life and it will have a significant impact -- one way or another -- on your quality of life. Buckle up!

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Taking My First to College: One Reflection from the Capitalist.

HR Capitalist

It happened. Last Thursday, we took my oldest son to college. Drew Dunn is the first member of the Dunn nuclear family to leave the nest.

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Why Was It Difficult For Goutham?

Imarticus Learning

Goutham is here to share his journey from being an under-confident individual to a charming confident professional in the field of AML-KYC. Goutham’s ambition lies in the field of AML-KYC as he has always been passionate about learning how to prevent hefty penalties in any financial institution.

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why the littlest things at work can be so maddening

Ask A Manager

Judging by the mail I get at here, a lot of us feel quite strongly about relatively minor things at work. Some pet peeves make perfect sense, like being annoyed with people who leave food splattered inside the microwave or thinking dark thoughts about that guy who takes all his calls on speaker phone.

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A Reskilling Plan Has Become Essential

Water Cooler Wisdom

Back when I graduated from college, one was expected to leave school with nearly all the basic skills needed to succeed in a career. Maybe your employer did a more comprehensive orientation, maybe it provided access to the occasional professional development training course, and maybe you picked up a few things passively while engaging in job responsibilities or talking with your boss or mentor.

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interviewer said if you get a raise, the workload will go up for the entire team

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: Last week, I had my third interview for a position I’m very interested in and believe would be a great fit for my skill set. I thought the interview went well overall, but one comment the interviewer made about the team structure rubbed me the wrong way. He essentially said that each team runs like “independent small businesses,” in which the team lead would act as the “business owner.”

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Lifelong Jobs With Worldwide Opportunities

Corn on the Job

Most of the roles that people slip into are not long term. Instead, they’re easy roles to pick up, easy interview processes , and generally easy to settle down into. The people you work with will most likely be the support system you need to get you through the day.

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my coworker keeps giving me “help” that I don’t want or need

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I am a teacher. This is going to be my 20th year. Last year, I was transferred to a different school in our district due to budget cuts and things being shifted around. I now share a classroom with another teacher. She has been in this school/in this room for four years, and this is her first teaching job. I think she’s great at her job. The students like her, the parents like her, the administration likes her. However, I don’t especially like her all the time.

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my employee asked me to be a job reference, interpersonal issues and HR, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s four answers to four questions. Here we go…. My current employee asked me to be a last-minute reference. My staff member, who I hired a year ago, told me today that a former supervisor had reached out to them to interview for a new lateral role they had that my employee would be perfect for. My employee told me they loved their current job but it was a good opportunity worth looking at. They were now a finalist, contingent on a current supervisor reference.

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