Mon.Jun 17, 2019

How to Bounce Back from Stress at Work

Ms. Career Girl

When work is stressing you out, you can feel it right when you wake up. Instead of feeling inspired and ready for the day, you might feel trapped or fatigued. That feeling of dread is a clear sign of stress at work.

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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“There is no one luckier than he who thinks himself so.” ” – German Proverb. This is a pure and penetrating insight into the power of perspective. We can pity ourselves, we can enjoy ourselves, or we can empower ourselves, simply by how we choose to see ourselves.

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How Microlearning Delivers Huge Results

Evil HR Lady

There’s no shortage of people who want to learn, as Google has shown us. The internet giant recently found that 70% of millennial YouTube users watched online videos to learn something new or discover more about a personal interest, according to Think With Google. Just a few months later, YouTube reported that this interest prompted Google to invest $20 million in educational content through its Learning Fund program.

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So You're a Tough Interviewer, Eh? How's that Working Out For You?

HR Capitalist

Let's talk about the myth of being a tough interviewer. . So you're a tough interviewer. You automatically go on the offensive in any interview setting, some would even call your style "on the attack." You are confrontational, basically calling bulls**t on the candidate you have in front of you.

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6 Signs You Need to Use Video in Your Daily Communication

The Undercover Recruiter

Every day, you entrust some of your most important and valuable messages to a form of communication short on clarity, short on personality, and short on results.

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can I ask my coworkers why they didn’t hire my daughter?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: My daughter applied for a job at the university where I’m currently employed, in a department supervised by three very good friends of mine. I’ve known them all for over 20 years. I consider them great coworkers and friends. My neighbor also applied for the job.

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ANSWERED: How To Explain A Large Gap In Your Work History

Career Realism

In this week's episode of Well This Happened , we discussed Rich's tough situation. Rich left his job to take care of a sick family member. Now, 2 years later, Rich is trying to re-enter the work force.

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Keys To Building A Winning Workplace

Career Realism

Sports are a great distraction from everyday life. As a fan, there's nothing more thrilling than when your favorite team wins a championship. In many ways, a successful workplace is a lot like a championship-caliber sports team. Bear with us, it's not as crazy as it sounds.

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What Do You Need to Become a Financial Analyst?

Imarticus Learning

One of the most coveted jobs that companies look for is financial analysts. They are sometimes misconstrued as working with bond or stock markets to help their higher employers make certain investments.

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I’m the boss who’s always late

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’m part of the senior management of a small nonprofit organization (about 25 employees). I’ve been with the company for several years and have consistently been a stellar performer, which is why I’ve been promoted several times since joining the company. I do have, however, one major flaw — I am always late. Doesn’t matter if it’s in the morning, the afternoon, or the evening.

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How Do You Become a Financial Controller?

Imarticus Learning

Are you great with number crunching and have excellent organizational skills, then this job should be what you are aiming at! A financial controller makes the most important decisions in the business with regard to the finances of the company.

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my employee caused a drunken scene at coworker’s wedding

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I am a team leader in a very small company. My team only has two other members. A few weeks ago, one of them, Jamie, got married. A few other colleagues and I were invited to the evening reception. The other member of the team got drunk and was abusive to many guests and even knocked small children over on the dance floo When everyone was trying to leave, he started to get naked and violently abusive in the venue’s car park.

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Would You Work For Them? Here Are The 5 Greatest TV Bosses

Career Realism

Work culture and pop culture come together often in television shows. One character people either love or hate: the boss. They stick out to you for a reason, especially if they're a good boss. So, we want to highlight the bosses that set a good example.

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interviewer asked about my politics, showing reliability on a resume, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My team is reorganizing and I’m going to report to a peer. My manager called me the other to tell he was making some changes, and I may not like them. But he doesn’t want me to see this as a demotion. He is going to have me report to someone that is in a parallel role to mine. He gave two reasons for this change. One was to consolidate the number of people reporting to him because he’s overextended.

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Did You Know? Seemingly Little Things That Can Affect Your Instagram Posts

Corn on the Job

Whether you’re using Instagram to build your brand , run your business, or earn some extra cash as an influencer, you’re always looking for ways you can improve your posts and get more engagement. As a business or influencer, engagement is the key to success.

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