Wed.Dec 02, 2020

High Emotional Intelligence Can Help You Land an Executive Job

Executive Career Brand

Hard skills will always be an important consideration in hiring. But people with superior so-called “soft” skills, or Emotional Intelligence/Emotional Quotient (EI/EQ), are becoming more sought after. EI/EQ ties into personal branding.

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Here's Your ATS Market Share Rundown!

The HR Capitalist

If there's one thing I love in the HR Tech Community, it's great recurring research - the type that's not a flash in the pan, but gets released every year so you can track changes. This type of research helps build a vendor/partner brand, and if done right, it's a total gift to folks like you and me.

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Do you have what it takes to successfully manage a remote team? This webinar is the perfect chance to find out.

Evil HR Lady

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Seven Tips to Measure If Your Talent Acquisition is Working

Undercover Recruiter

Attracting the best people into a business is one of the biggest challenges facing many companies, however, while most employers understand the need for an effective talent acquisition process to attract and hire the right people, many haven’t developed a way for evaluating its effectiveness.

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Expectations

Career Tips Blog

I get what I expect and allow. …I I expect cooperation. …I I expect beauty. …I I expect love. …I I expect friendship. …I I expect joy. …I I expect laughter. …I I expect fun. …I I expect wellness. …I I expect cool experiences. I expect and allow all that I enjoy.

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How do you say goodbye to a dog?

Penelope Trunk

Our dog died. Well, we put him down. Put him to sleep is what the vet in Boston said. Maybe “to put down” is only for a goat or a pig. I’m not sure. We knew Sparky would die soon because the vet wouldn’t operate on his cancer. His heart wasn’t good enough.

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4 Unconventional Ways for Students to Find the Perfect Summer Job

Algrim.co

It can be difficult to land a job right now. As a student, you need every method you can find to pay for school, including scholarships, grants, loans, family support, savings, plus a steady income. Working a good job i

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Microsoft is removing the user names from its creepy “productivity score”

Ask a Manager

In response to a backlash, Microsoft has agreed to remove the user names from its new “Productivity Score” function that we talked about earlier this week.

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my old job ripped off another company, should I tell my coworkers why my boobs are gone, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My old job ripped off another company. I just finished a year long project with a really great place. It went really well and they have strongly hinted at me coming back next year for more projects and supporting my continued work in my field.

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my employee wants too much time off for the holidays

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: Two of my employees are hourly graduate students who mostly work nights and weekends when our full-time employees do not. The position is pre-professional, meaning we treat them like any other professionals, while giving them coaching and help looking for full-time work in the field.

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update: my coworker is a Covid denier

Ask a Manager

It’s “where are you now?” month at Ask a Manager, and all December I’m running updates from people who had their letters here answered in the past. Remember the letter-writer whose coworker was a Covid denier and was monopolizing group calls with rants about it? Here’s the update.

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update: my work is getting more and more religious and I’m an atheist

Ask a Manager

It’s “where are you now?” month at Ask a Manager, and all December I’m running updates from people who had their letters here answered in the past. Remember the letter-writer whose work was getting more and more religious and she’s an atheist ? Here’s the update. I wrote to you about me being an atheist and my work becoming more religious. (A A commenter called it a “Jesus hijack” and I haven’t stopped laughing since.)

2020 30

updates: asking out an ex-boss, kids taking note at your meetings, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s “where are you now?” month at Ask a Manager, and all December I’m running updates from people who had their letters here answered in the past. Here are four updates from past letter-writers. Should I ask out my former boss? My update is that my ex-boss is now once again my boss! 2020 happened while he was trying to change industries and we had an opening, so with my encouragement he took it. This is mostly good news – he was (and is now again) the best boss I’ve ever had.

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