Tue.Mar 19, 2019

Social Media – Is it Really Bad For Us?

Ms. Career Girl

So, is social media bad for us? For some, the mere mention of the phrase “social media” can turn them away from whoever uttered it. Nothing can be worse than this attention-guzzling, addition-forming, artificial-feeling method of staying connected with friends and family.

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How to Keep the Drive Alive in an Executive Job Search

Professional Resume Services

Executive job searches are much different today than they were several years ago. You have so many different aspects to think about and it can be difficult to keep them all straight.

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Executive Resume Branding: Differentiate Your ROI Above-the-Fold

Executive Career Brand

Capture the attention of your target audience immediately and compel them to contact you. The post Executive Resume Branding: Differentiate Your ROI Above-the-Fold appeared first on Executive Career Brand.

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Please Stop Parenting Your Adult Children

Evil HR Lady

One of the reasons we don’t hire teenagers to run businesses is that we want adults. Adults should be independent, but a new survey shows that parents are continuing to parent their adult children way too far into adulthood.

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Finding A Job When You Don’t Speak The Language

Career Alley

As the world gets smaller and smaller, more people are focusing their attention on the idea of working in another country. The dream of building a new life in a better place is one which people have shared for a long time.

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“#MeToo is Now #YouToo, Too” – Dignity for one requires dignity for all

Sklover Working Wisdom

“Gender equality is a human fight, not a female fight.”. – Freida Pinto. ACTUAL CASE HISTORY : Gerald, a sales team supervisor, regularly made jokes about sex in team meetings, was known to often touch female team members “by accident,” and held private meetings with female sales team members in his office, with the door closed.

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10 Ways to Enhance Your Career in Project Management

Career Alley

Project Management is considered a stable and secure career choice because organizations will always implement projects and skilled professionals will always be required to handle those projects. Discover Career Opportunities Project Management

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Is Your Small Business Breaking Labor Laws? 5 Mistakes to Avoid

Jobacle

You’re a small business owner, not an employment attorney. But it’s still your responsibility to know which federal, state and local labor laws apply to you and to stay in compliance with them. Breaking labor laws could result in fines — or worse.

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Look Outside The Workplace To Enhance Your Career

Corn on the Job

When it comes to looking for a job or chasing a promotion, your focus will be on crafting the most effective resume. Focusing on your job experience and your achievements can help convince your employer that you’re the best person for the job, but is there more you can do to sell yourself?

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5 Ways to Encourage Career Progression as a Recruiter

The Undercover Recruiter

Increasingly, one of the most popular questions we’re hearing from candidates is ‘are there career progression opportunities?’.

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“Think BIG” by Dr. h.c. Harald Seiz – Why Self Belief is so Important to an Entrepreneur

Corn on the Job

Having travelled the path from a modest life as a child in Germany to becoming the founder and CEO of companies with an overall turnover of 100 million euros, Dr. h. Harald Seiz is perfectly placed to talk about the important role that self-belief plays in a career as an entrepreneur.

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my boss doesn’t trust my answers or my ideas — and keeps double-checking what I say with others

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’ve been at my job almost six months. It’s a wonderful job at a fantastic company. But there’s this one issue that I can’t get past: my boss never trusts my answers or creative solutions. I’m a senior analyst with years of experience. If I don’t know the answer to a question, I’m honest about admitting that I don’t know but I’ll research and get back to him. And I do find the answer.

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The Keys to Finding Meaningful Work

Corn on the Job

Image source. Most people search for careers that will provide them with financial security rather than looking for work that fulfills their passions and dreams. Find a career that is fulfilling seems to be left for those talented few that have an exceptional drive to succeed.

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I replied-all with an adversarial email, my boss and I dress alike, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I sent an adversarial email — and replied-all. I’ve seen plenty of articles about how to respond to someone who is unprofessional, but what do I do if I was the one who was unprofessional? I am a supervisor who often interfaces with management and sometimes takes on a management role. Recently, I was working with leadership to transition an employee into a new role on my team.

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my office is walking on eggshells around our overly-friendly coworker

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I am a mid-level manager on a team of about 15. We sit in an open office that includes other teams, but we’re all seated near each other. We have one of those office cultures where it’s normal for people not to say good morning when they come in, and to generally be quiet as people are settling in. We usually eat lunch at our desks, but will also eat in the lunch room, either as a group or one-on-one, depending on the day or our moods.

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how to negotiate salary after a job offer

Ask A Manager

I recently wrote about how to ask for a raise, but the easiest time to get more money is actually before you’ve been hired, while you’re still negotiating your job offer. I wrote a guide to negotiating salary as part of a job offer, including knowing how much to ask for, answering questions about your salary expectations, what to say when you get the offer, and more. It’s over at New York Magazine today.

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