Thu.Jun 25, 2020

Want to be Less Stressed Out? More Productive? Try This.

Ms. Career Girl

What strange and uncertain times we are living in, but there are some upsides to working from home. Not battling the morning commuter traffic is definitely one of them. What are you doing with all that extra time you have in the mornings? If you’re like most people, you’re probably sleeping in later or delving into emails before you’re even really awake or using that extra time to begin the battle of homeschooling your children. I’ve done all those things during the last few months.

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You Don’t Have to Give it All to Show True Leadership

Evil HR Lady

Photo by Kasumi Loffler. If you want to build employee loyalty, consider the example of Texas Roadhouse CEO Kent Taylor. He just donated his $800.000 in salary and bonuses to help keep his employees during the shutdown. Texas Roadhouse hasn’t had to lay anyone off or cut anyone’s pay. Well, no one got their pay cut except for the CEO, who did so voluntarily.

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Why scale is an important ingredient of your resume accomplishments

Cube Rules

Simply put: In your resume accomplishments, size matters. If you think about it, what you and the hiring manager are doing is seeing if there is a good fit for you on the team – one of the only three things every interview question is about. And scale is a big deal in determining your ability […]. Related posts: Your resume writing needs specifics. How to find business results for your resume accomplishments. Interview questions need clarifying. Job Search Resume Tips

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Searches for ‘Remote Work’ Increase Significantly During Covid-19

The Undercover Recruiter

Covid-19 is changing people’s work preferences with many now looking for roles that give them the flexibility to work from home. New data from LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network, finds that job searches for remote work have increased by 60% globally since March. Companies will need to adapt to existing policies and offer greater… Searches for ‘Remote Work’ Increase Significantly During Covid-19 Undercover Recruiter -.

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COVID Has Been Hard on my Friend: Jim, The Shoe Addict.

The HR Capitalist

I'm back with updates on work clothes. As a primer, I'm the same guy who was unafraid to bring you uncomfortable fashion classics like the following: BEST PRACTICES IN BLUE BLAZERS FOR THE CONTEMPORARY WHITE PROFESSIONAL CLASS MALE. BEYOND BLUE BLAZERS - THE PANTS CHOICES OF PROFESSIONAL WHITE MEN IN AMERICA. If you don't remember these classics, go take a look. There's nothing more fun than busting on how white guys dress. But I'm back with an update that goes beyond gender and race.

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When, and When Not, to Use Email

The Corporate Con/noisseur

When, and When Not, to Use Email. Email is one of the oldest forms of communication on the internet. Originally developed in the early 1960’s, email has evolved and is now one of the most common forms of communication, particularly for corporate workforces and employees. However, it is important to understand when, and when not, to use email as your main form of communication.

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ask the readers: how to unionize your workplace

Ask a Manager

A lot of workplaces have a lot of reasons to unionize right now , and organizing could be your only option if your employer is behaving badly and refusing to engage in reasonable dialogue with you and your coworkers. This is not my area of expertise, so let’s hear from readers with experiencing with unionizing. What advice would you give people wondering about forming a union, especially around protecting their jobs from retaliation? (It’s

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my well-meaning family keeps sending me terrible job leads

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: Because of the COVID-19 crisis, my job has temporarily furloughed me, and I’m not sure when (if?) it will ever come back to its normal capacity. So, I’ve been job hunting (actually, I was doing this even before the coronavirus crisis, but that’s another letter), and told my parents and sister that I would appreciate any help they might have to offer in these troubled times.

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updates: friends at work, the higher-earning male coworker, and more

Ask a Manager

Here are three updates from past letter-writers. Am I allowed to have friends at work if I work in HR? (first update here ). I’ve so been enjoying everyone’s updates and thought I’d send my own in. The last time I wrote to you, I had just started a new junior HR role at a larger organization after I survived layoffs at the first one. Unfortunately, after two years, I was miserable. I was doing work way above my title/pay grade (think director-level responsibilities on an entry-level salary).

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