Thu.Aug 08, 2019

Nerves Holding You Back? Here’s How to Power Forward

Ms. Career Girl

As a professional Vocal Coach for many years, I have observed many of the performers and public speakers I worked with being held back by nerves and insecurity. The one thing they all had in common?

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LinkedIn, Glassdoor, and Indeed Battle Illegal Job Postings Every Day. Here’s How

Evil HR Lady

“We have Filipino maids!” ” announced one Instagram ad, aimed at wealthy expats in the Middle East who may want to hire a live-in housekeeper. This ad wasn’t aimed at job seekers (although it certainly would discourage non-Filipinos from applying for a job), but many job postings show just as much bias and prejudice for specific groups.

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5 things to know before starting your own business

Boomers Next Step

Finally making the decision to start your own business is exciting, intimidating and invigorating all at once. It can be one of the most daring things we choose to do in our lives.

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?? Common Bad Job Search Advice To Ignore Every Time


Job search going poorly? Maybe you're following the wrong advice. Photo by Elijah Hiett. Everyone you ask – and some you don't – will have an opinion on what you need to do in your job search, and more so if your search is not going well, but some of that advice is just bad.

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Facing Redundancy: 9 Things To Do If You Think Your Job Might Be Made Redundant

Boomers Next Step

Are You Worried Your Job Might Be Made Redundant? You may have heard the rumours circulating at work that redundancies are about to be announced. You have heard and wondered, but you really don’t expect that your job will be affected.

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Interviews — When Your Boss Is Your Reason for Leaving

Avid Careerist

One of my resume clients (let’s call him/her Pat) reported to the CEO of a start-up business unit of a Fortune 500 company. Pat grew the business unit’s sales so. Read More. The post Interviews — When Your Boss Is Your Reason for Leaving appeared first on AvidCareerist. Uncategorized Interviews (15 More Posts

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Why Recruiters Need to Get on the Phone

The Undercover Recruiter

Recruiters! Did you know that you are interrupted at least 150 times a day! And still, your boss yells “Get on the phone!” That phrase was the mantra of many a recruitment leader in the early 2000s and continues to be said in every recruitment office across the globe. 68% of B2B business (eg.

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How to Write a Good Resume with Content That Grabs Attention and Builds Interest

Boomers Next Step

Your resume has two main purposes: 1. To represent you and your career in a way that keeps you in the running for a job opportunity when you aren’t there in person. Therefore, it’s important that it gets enough attention that it actually gets read.

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Dallas Staffing Services for Your Company

Corn on the Job

Staffing services became a thing in the United States after the Second World War. From the 1940s, the merits of hiring temporary labor made the industry thrive, as many business owners saw their use as a more preferable option to employing permanent workers.

Reviews For Investment Banking

Imarticus Learning

A career in finance and investment banking lets you shape the nation’s economy. This is a major feat of anyone’s career that enables them to scale their country’s economy while ascending their own career on the top. .

update: my boss wanted to go over my personal budget

Ask A Manager

Remember last week’s letter from a teacher whose boss wanted to go over her personal budget to spot places she could cut in order to buy classroom supplies with her own money? Here’s the update. I just left a faculty meeting and thought I’d give an update with some discoveries made.

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Emotions as Pointers

Career Tips Blog

Maybe emotions are just data to consider and if that's true, maybe we can intentionally lead our emotions where we want them to be. Personal Growth emotions

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should my office allow parents to bring babies to work?

Ask A Manager

It’s the Thursday “ask the readers” question. A reader writes: My company has recently proposed implementing a program that would allow new parents to bring their child to work until they are six months old. The proposed policy includes rules that would be put in place to mitigate any disruptions in the office. Even with those, my immediate reaction is an emphatic no. Before placing my vote, I’m turning to you and your readers for advice.

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we have to give our coworkers anonymous praise, coworker is offended when I don’t say “hi,” and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. We have to give all our coworkers anonymous praise. Team retreats are always a chore, but I just got this email with some information about what we’re doing at our upcoming one and really wanted to hear your thoughts on it. Each staff member is required (emphasis required ) to anonymously write something nice about every other staff member.

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is it true that nothing in a performance review can ever be a surprise?

Ask A Manager

This comes up here from time to time and I thought it was worth a post of its own: the idea that nothing in a performance evaluation should ever be a surprise. It’s right in theory, but it’s not that simple. It’s absolutely true that managers should be giving employees feedback throughout the year and shouldn’t blindside them with criticism in an annual review that they haven’t heard before.

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