Thu.Jul 30, 2020

Choosing Members of your Leadership Team as an Executive To Drive Culture (Best Boss Ever Podcast).

The HR Capitalist

Congrats my friend - you made it. You're an executive, and whether than means you're a C-level, SVP, VP, whatever - you're now expected to be strategic. There's a lot of areas to think about strategy when you're a leader.

2020 113

Why School Openings Matter to Your Small Business

Evil HR Lady

Many schools generally start in the middle of August. Like it or not, parents count on schools to provide not only an education but childcare. As many people learned when schools and daycares closed in the spring, it’s tough to work from home and watch and educate children all at the same time.

2020 151

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8 Worst Things on a Resume

The Corporate Con/noisseur

8 Worst Things on a Resume. Many applicants understand the importance of a well-written and buttoned-up resume. However, we still see examples of resumes that violate some basic, professional rules and etiquette.

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should I negotiate a job offer on the spot or ask for time to think it over?

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I am currently in the process of interviewing, and it’s my first time doing so for jobs where salary negotiations would be expected to come into play.

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I need time off work because of my husband’s alcoholism, boss doesn’t pay freelancers on time, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I need time off work because of my husband’s alcoholism. My husband is a severe alcoholic, something he has been “dealing with” for 4+ years.

2020 32

how can I be less emotionally invested during my job search?

Ask a Manager

It’s the Thursday “ask the readers” question. A reader writes: I am about a year into my job search and it’s really wearing on me emotionally. I finished grad school about a year ago in a STEM-related (but not lucrative) field.

2020 31

update: a client sent me a thank-you check as a way to avoid paying my boss

Ask a Manager

Remember the letter-writer whose client sent her a large thank-you check as a way of avoiding paying her boss, with whom he was embroiled in much drama? The first update was here , and here’s the latest: I wasn’t originally going to update again on this, but things went bananas, so I figured you’d like to hear since we are all a little entertainment deprived.

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