Mon.Nov 30, 2020

5 Tips for Working With an Outplacement Service

Jobacle

Losing your job can be a devastating experience. Unfortunately, the current global situation is leaving a lot of people unemployed or looking at an industry change. This experience makes a tough situation even more challenging. .

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Funding Female Careers: Are Women Financial Equals in the Workplace?

Ms. Career Girl

While many companies are attempting to do their best when it comes to gender inequality, it’s still not where we want it to be. Since women are paid 82 cents for every dollar a man makes, it leaves room for improvement. But how different is work for men and women?

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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“I don’t fail. Either I succeed or I learn.” ” – Nelson Mandela. If you can’t see the photo above, please [ Click Here ].

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A Social Media Gaffe Destroyed Her Business. Learn From Her Mistake

Evil HR Lady

A little bit over a year ago, Sara Christensen’s business, Kickass Masterminds, went up in smoke.

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What Should Your Holiday Work Celebration Look Like This Year?

The Undercover Recruiter

Hard as it is to believe, 2020 is finally drawing to a close. The year has brought more challenges than expected, and most are far from over.

2020 103

From Coaching to Consultancy

Career Shifters

“I needed a more resilient career after facing a challenging time.”. Heather Black wanted more flexibility and security in her work. So she invested in retraining, overcame imposter syndrome, and built a new career with a wealth of opportunity along the way. Here's her story

Microsoft’s creepy new “productivity score” tells your boss how often you attend meetings, answer email, and use Word

Ask a Manager

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I couldn’t use sick time after my boyfriend had a stroke because we’re not married, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s four answers to four questions. Here we go…. I couldn’t use sick time after my boyfriend had a stroke because we’re not married. I have a pre-COVID question about something that is still bothering me after more than a year.

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how do you hold an office holiday party during a pandemic?

Ask a Manager

Usually at this time of year, my inbox fills up with questions about company holiday parties: How many drinks are OK to have there? Should I bring a date? Do I really have to go at all? This year, the questions are quite different – and nearly all along the lines of “what do we even do for the holidays in a pandemic?” Many employers are simply canceling holiday celebrations, since there’s no way to safely gather.

2020 33

is it right to fire someone for being arrested for a (horrible) crime?

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: Recently a coworker of mine failed to show up for his shift a few days in a row, and his supervisors were unable to reach him on his phone. Eventually, someone went to his home, where they were informed of the reason he hadn’t been at work — he was in jail. The company immediately fired him. The crime didn’t happen while he was on the clock, on company property, or involving any other employees. On one hand, I get it.

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