Mon.Oct 12, 2020

How to Keep Your Career Safe in the Age of Technology

Ms. Career Girl

It’s December 31, 1999, and everyone around the world awaits the arrival of both the century and millennium.

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Sklover’s Thoughts for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“Inhale the future, exhale the past.” ” – Unknown. Breathing. it’s something that most of us aren’t used to thinking about. It just, well, sort of happens.

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Coaching Your Team on Responsiveness: Don't Focus on What's Fair, Focus on the Game.

The HR Capitalist

If you're a manager of people, at some point you're going to get an escalation that sounds something like this: "I just heard from Sharon, Rick isn't answering her emails and she's rightfully frustrated.".

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How on Earth Is HR Supposed to Prepare for 2021? (3 Tips)

Evil HR Lady

Neelie from AIHR: Can you write an article for us? Me: Sure. Any topics? Neelie: Perhaps how in the ^*!&#$ &#$ HR is supposed to prepare for 2021? Ahh, this is such a good question. HR people have to plan – we have cyclical things we plan for.

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Fresh Perspectives for Post-Pandemic Working

The Undercover Recruiter

Forecasting like the weather is fraught with difficulty, but at least the Met Office has decades of data, advanced modeling technology all combined with huge experience.

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What to Do When Your Employees Want a Stress Leave

Evil HR Lady

The Center for Disease Control reported that, as of late June, 40 percent of adults were struggling with mental health or substance abuse. Forty percent. Chances are a good number of your employees are in that 40 percent, and you may well be also.

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4 Practices That Can Make A Big Difference In Your Company

Corn on the Job

Growth is possible for both small and large businesses, but for all these growth miracles to happen to your company, you will have to work smart to achieve them. You will need to think both tactically and strategically.

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More Trending

when you’re inexperienced, how can you know if something is worth complaining about or leaving a job over?

Ask a Manager

I’m off today, so this is a reprint of a post from 2013. A reader writes: If one is unhappy at their work, whether it’s due to their actual responsibilities or problems with their bosses, coworkers, clients, etc.,

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working from home is making a lot of people miserable

Ask a Manager

We traditionally tend to think of working from home as a perk. You can do your laundry while you work. You can stay in pajamas and control your own thermostat. You can take the dog for a walk. But after being abruptly forced to work from home full time this year, a lot of people have discovered they don’t like it nearly as much as they thought they would.

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team is meeting in-person despite company rules, counting school as work experience, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My team is meeting in-person despite mandatory telework requirement. I’m lucky in that I work for an organization that recognized the importance of telework early on in the pandemic.

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