Thu.Oct 22, 2020

????? 5 Things Student Job Seekers Need To Know For 2021

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Preparing for your first career job search? Here's how to adapt for a recruiting year like none before. Photo by sean Kong. This is a guest post by Rob Feinstein.

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Financial Planning

Boomers Next Step

What is a financial plan? A financial plan mainly reflects the current financial situation of a person, the person’s monetary goals, and the necessary steps to be undertaken to achieve those set goals.

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I won money on a game show, and my coworkers resent that I wasn’t laid off

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A reader writes: Pre-pandemic, I was on a game show. The game show itself isn’t well known, but I did win a small but not life-changing sum (think like three months salary after taxes).

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my coworker slept with my boyfriend, feedback for an excellent employee, and more

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It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My coworker had an affair with my boyfriend. I became very close friends with a coworker. We work extremely closely, every single day, and that moved into a friendship outside of work too.

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starting a new job when you’re working remotely

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It’s the Thursday “ask the readers” question. A reader writes: I’ve just accepted my very first job offer and should be starting in a few weeks’ time.

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should our office ban smelly foods?

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A reader writes: My staff are busy so I do not discourage them from eating at their desks. My problem is the type of food because some produce strong odors. For example, kebabs are smelly and the smell lingers throughout the afternoon, and if dropped on desks they can stain! We don’t have enough room for a designated eating area, so eating at their desks is the only option. Do you think that banning certain foods is unreasonable? I answer this question — and four others — over at Inc.

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