Mon.Jan 20, 2020

7 Hot Career Paths if You Enjoy Working with Children

Career Alley

If you're unsure what career path you want to take but do know, without doubt, children should be part of that path, you have several options from casual jobs to solid career choices. Discover Career Opportunities Careers Working with Children

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Advice I’d Give To My Twenty-Something-Self Entering the Workforce

Ms. Career Girl

I’m at a point in my life when I think I can fairly claim to know a few things. I’ve had many years of work experience spanning restaurant, legal, academia, p harmaceuticals and the publishing/film industries. And th ere are things I wish I’d known when I was starting out.

2020 141

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Sklover Working Wisdom

“When I marched in Selma, I felt my legs were praying.” ” – Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel. Every now and then there appears a person who reminds us of our highest aspirations.

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Ask the Capitalist: "KD, I've Been Fired and Need Your Help".

HR Capitalist

Heard from a great executive type in my network a few weeks ago. The story was a common one - this exec made a move, then figured out the culture, boss and job wasn't exactly as she had envisioned.

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Decorate a Small Cubicle

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Decorate a Small Cubicle. Learning how to decorate a small cubicle can help you feel more comfortable, relaxed, and at-home in your office space.

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Preventing Burnout in the Multi-generational Gig Economy

The Undercover Recruiter

Nuffield Health’s latest whitepaper – The effects of remote working on stress, wellbeing, and productivity – has discovered remote working correlates with higher workplace wellbeing but can also offer unique business challenges.

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my new coworker seems to be asking us if he should cheat on his wife

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: We recently hired a new person, Tulio, to join my team. Our structure is such that there are two groups to our team, group A (which I am in) and group B (which he was hired into). We both report to Wanda, who is remote and currently finishing up medical leave (we have an interim boss who we are transitioning out of reporting to). Tulio’s role has been hard to fill (there are about four of them covering different geographical territories).

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my employees keep going over my head

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I supervise a small group of people, and was told recently that they doesn’t like me giving reminders or asking for updates (or, possibly, they don’t like how I do that). This isn’t the first mention of it, but apparently what I’ve tried to do differently hasn’t helped. My problem is, no one from the group directly mentions it to me; all of the feedback is from my manager.

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