Wed.Apr 22, 2020

What Being a Diverse, Female Entrepreneur Has Taught Me About Challenges and Uncertainty 

Ms. Career Girl

The spread of the coronavirus has severely impacted so many industries and businesses, and founders across the startup world, are moving quickly to adapt to this new reality. The general advice coming from venture capitalists has been to stay lean and don’t expect that fundraising will happen. But this has always been the startup reality for underrepresented founders.

2020 131

Transitioning Your MBA into a Career – Top Careers to Focus On

Jobacle

Are you in the process of working your way through an MBA degree program? Have you chosen an MBA degree based on the fact that it should be able to open a wide variety of career paths and leave your future open for whatever you choose? If so, then experts would agree you’re laying those first all-important stones in your path to success, but simply earning an MBA isn’t going to be enough to set you up.

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Ramadan Etiquette in the Office

Evil HR Lady

The Muslim holy month of Ramadan runs from April 23 to May 23 in 2020, which means that you may have co-workers who aren’t eating or drinking between sun up and sundown. Considering the days are quite long in the northern hemisphere this seems like it could be a long and miserable day. How should you act? To be honest, I had no idea. I’ve traveled a bit in the Middle East, but never over Ramadan, and my Muslim co-workers have been few and far between.

2020 133

The HR Famous Podcast: E11- The Future is $99/Month HR Managers (and thy stripper name shall be.)

The HR Capitalist

It’s episode 11 of The HR Famous Podcast , long-time HR leaders (and friends) Jessica Lee, Tim Sackett and Kristian Dunn kill some more time by recording a new episode on the pod (of course trying to flatten the curve in their respective isolation pods) focused on what virtual HR looks like today – including what kind of HR services you can get for $99/month. Plus there’s some stripper name talk too.

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Best Cubicle Privacy Screens

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Add Your Heading Text Here. Privacy is, as the old saying goes, golden. Whether you are writing a sensitive, confidential email or surfing the web at your work cubicle, privacy is essential, but not always guaranteed. When you’re looking to add some physical privacy to your cubicle workspace, look no further than a cubicle privacy screen. Cubicle privacy screens can be a great way to afford you with an additional layer of privacy, seclusion, and isolation.

2020 40

should people who sell MLM products put “business owner” on their resumes?

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: My sister and I have a difference of opinions on whether an MLM (multi-level marketing) consultant could put “business owner” as their title on a resume. My sister’s opinion is, “You’re putting your own money into it, you’re paying to use the name, you’re hiring your people, and responsible for all sales, training, accounting, organizing.

2020 36

company is trying to find out whose spouse has cancer, answering the phone when job-searching, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s six answers to six questions. Here we go…. My husband’s company is trying to find out whose spouse has cancer. My husband’s company is in the processing of signing with a new health insurance carrier. The owner of his company called him to discuss my health conditions (I am on his insurance). My husband told him my only problem was high blood pressure, which was under control. The guy calling said they were trying to find out whose wife was being treated for breast cancer.

2020 32

my employer is being too helpful about COVID and it’s making things worse

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I’m fortunate to work for an incredibly supportive employer and to have a really great manager. Last year I escaped an abusive relationship, confirmed my autism, and got therapy to process PTSD both from my ex and my childhood. My employer’s insurance covered all my therapy. I had a lot of days where I was too overwhelmed to function, and I needed a lot of flexibility. I made a point of disclosing honestly to my manager about why I needed the support.

2020 29