Thu.Apr 23, 2020

How To Use Video For Job Search and Personal Branding

Executive Career Brand

When I began collaborating on a new kind of customized video system for job search and career late last year, I did a Google search on “how to use video for job search“ Google loaded more than 5 billion results, but only a few results within the first 10 pages or so were actually about […]. The post How To Use Video For Job Search and Personal Branding appeared first on Executive Career Brand™. Executive Job Search Personal Branding personal brand video

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Tips and Resources for Staying Motivated Through COVID-19

Ms. Career Girl

The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has tossed everyone’s plans up in the air and forced many entrepreneurs to pivot their business operations. It’s an unsettling, unprecedented time, but it’s not time to give up. Entrepreneurs are known for their grit, ingenuity and drive – so keep going! Here are a few tips and resources for staying motivated and making it through this tough time: Get a Mentor.

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You Can Give Your Employee Antibody Tests, But You Shouldn’t

Evil HR Lady

Just about everyone wants to see life get back to normal–whatever that means. But, how do you do it safely? Some businesses are talking about doing antibody testing for Covid-19 to determine if people are safe to return to work. . Normally, medical tests (including taking workers’ temperatures ) would be prohibited by law, but nothing is normal right now. The Americans with Disabilities Act allows only tests that are necessary and directly related to employment.

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On This First Day of Ramadan

Sklover Working Wisdom

– A Message for All our Friends Who Observe This Holy Month: As the crescent moon is sighted, and the holy month of Ramadan begins, may Allah bless you and your family with happiness and grace you with warmth and peace!! 2020 Alan L. Sklover All Rights Reserved. Commercial Use Prohibited. The post On This First Day of Ramadan appeared first on Sklover Working Wisdom. Uncategorized Recent Posts

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Gray Aesthetics for Home or Work Office

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Gray Aesthetics for Home or Work Office. Creating a pleasing and comfortable aesthetic, whether at your home or work office, can oftentimes be difficult. This difficulty typically stems from color palettes and matching differing pieces of furniture, art, and electronics amongst one-another. While a more generalized rule, a gray background and scheme typically works well for most home and work offices.

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5 Skills That Will Be In Demand After COVID-19

Career Realism

Once companies start hiring again after COVID-19, there will be a LOT of competition for jobs. There will be people with the same experience, same degrees, and same hard skills competing for the same job. So, how will you stand out from the competition? "I

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How to Get a Job after the COVID-19 Crisis

Corn on the Job

The COVID-19 crisis has left a lot of people unemployed. For some, this period of unemployment is temporary and will resolve itself when the crisis has passed. For others, their role or place of employment no longer exists. While emergency programming might bridge the gap for now, what happens after the crisis is over? Here are some helpful tips for how to get a job after the COVID-19 pandemic. Set Short and Long-Term Goals.

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I gave relationship advice to my employee, company won’t hire me because of where I live, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I lost it and gave relationship advice to my employee. About a year ago, one of my direct reports, “Anna,” had a baby. The company we work for is notoriously not family-friendly (which I have experienced firsthand after my children were born), but she is a very talented and hard-working staff member and as her supervisor I was able to give her more flexibility than the company would offer.

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How COVID-19 Impacts Workers Over 50

Career Realism

Were you laid off due to the COVID-19 crisis and are now worried about age discrimination? Or, are you concerned about keeping your job while competing against a younger generation? If so, you're not alone. A question I've gotten a lot in the past couple of weeks is what can the older generation of workers do to protect their career & job search during a time of crisis.

updates: I’m worried my company is becoming too conservative, the equipment return, and more

Ask a Manager

Here are updates from three people who had their letters answered here in the past. I’m queer and worried our company is becoming too conservatively Christian to keep me (#2 at the link). Thank you so much for answering the letter! I didn’t read or respond to any of the comments at the time because, well … honestly I was kind of scared I’d hear that I’m being too sensitive and it’s not a big deal for a company to think LGBTQ+ content is inappropriate.

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How COVID-19 Impacts Workers Over 50

Career Realism

Were you laid off due to the COVID-19 crisis and are now worried about age discrimination? Or, are you concerned about keeping your job while competing against a younger generation? If so, you're not alone. A question I've gotten a lot in the past couple of weeks is what can the older generation of workers do to protect their career & job search during a time of crisis.

how can suddenly remote teams keep functioning well?

Ask a Manager

It’s the Thursday “ask the readers” question. A reader writes: Like many others, I am now managing a team that is fully work-from-home. I have a team of seven and we are typically dispersed across three cities anyway, but I’m stuck as to how to keep them feeling engaged / connected when they aren’t going into physical offices and seeing the colleagues they do share cities with.

2020 26

What To Do If You Can’t Pay Your Mortgage Due To Coronavirus

Career Realism

As layoffs continue in waves, many people are wondering how they'll make ends meet and manage their expenses. One of those expenses could be a mortgage. What should you do if you can no longer afford it? The average American has less than $400 in savings. People are really living paycheck to paycheck, and so they are really concerned. They're thinking, "what am I going to do?" And one of the first things they should do is look at their budget - where are their assets?

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where are you now? (a call for updates)

Ask a Manager

We clearly need a special mid-year updates extravaganza to distract us from Things. So: If you’ve had your question answered here in the past, please email me an update and let us know how your situation turned out. Did you take the advice? Did you not take the advice? What happened? How’s your situation now? (Don’t post your updates here though; email them to me.). Note: Your update doesn’t have to be positive or big to be worth submitting.

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is it a bad idea to work for a first-time manager?

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I need help in assessing the pros and cons of going to work for someone with no experience managing direct reports. I’m currently employed with an organization where layoffs are looming in the near future, and I have started looking for a position with a hopefully more stable company. I have over 10 years of experience leading teams or managing programs in IT and am looking at senior mid-level roles.

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