Wed.Mar 20, 2019

Tips for Turning Your Career Into Your Own Business

Ms. Career Girl

Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “You must do the thing you think you cannot do.” If you’re considering jumping head first into being a solopreneur or launching a business that utilizes the skills you’ve obtained throughout your career, you must embrace Eleanor’s advice.

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Rewarding Mental Health Careers

Career Alley

If you want a career where you can make a difference to people lives, where you can have a positive and lasting impact on their well being, consider one of the many options of jobs in caring for mental health patients. Find your Dream Job mental health

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How the #MeToo Movement Is Making an Impact on Workplace Sexual Harassment Policy

Evil HR Lady

The #MeToo movement threw the whole country for a loop, but no one more than HR and employee relations managers. Human Resources generally investigates claims of sexual harassment , but many companies had been doing a poor job of this. While most of us don’t have Matt Lauer types lurking in our cubicles, there are plenty of people who didn’t come forward to HR — or who came forward and were ignored — for fear of messing with the star players.

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How To Write An Executive Resume The Right Way

Resume Writing

careersteering. Strong Foundations of an Executive Resume If you’re thinking about an executive career change, you’ve probably asked yourself if you should write your own resume or find an executive resume writer to create the resume/CV for you.

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Employee Retention Strategies to Boost Your Recruiting Efforts

The Undercover Recruiter

Employee retention plays a big part in how recruiting, and sourcing strategies are created and executed. That’s a given.

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The Recruitment Entrepreneur – A Series of Articles

Recruit CRM

Prologue: Having co-founded a startup in the recruitment technology space (recruitcrm.io) many of our customers are young ‘Recruitment Entrepreneurs’ I do often get the request for guidance on a range of issues faced by them. With more than a decade of experience in the recruitment/staffing industry at leadership levels, I feel it would be useful to share my experience regarding. Source. Blogs

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my coworker uses all-caps for everything, can I ask my office to stop swearing, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My coworker uses all-caps for everything. My team recently hired a new employee to help pick up some of the slack when it comes to the admin tasks we deal with on a day-to-day basis. Our new employee (Sansa) is enthusiastic about the job, a quick learner, and well liked by everyone in our organization. Her work is also very consistent and accurate.

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More Trending

my team got matching tattoos … and other lack of boundaries at my start-up

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I work at a tech startup in a place where that isn’t very common, and there’s always been a blurring of work camaraderie/ being actual friends because we’re all younger adults, but this is a new level: a majority of my team (eight out of 12 team members, including our department head) went away on vacation together and got matching, work-related tattoos. The tattoos are small and subtle (think: the letters C T and we’re the chocolate teapots department).

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is being visibly stressed at work a sign of commitment?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: Can you advise on a discussion I was having with a colleague? We were chatting casually and I said that whenever she has been panicked and overwhelmed in the past — and felt sure everyone would blame her for the unfolding disaster with a client — it has always turned out well. She has even been acclaimed recently for how she handled a tough situation which she was sure would reflect terribly on her. She is good at her job and widely seen that way.

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how to say no to your boss

Ask A Manager

I get a ton of letters from people who are really unhappy about something their boss is asking of them, but don’t feel they can push back because they’re internalized the idea that you’re never supposed to say no to your boss — that they’d look like a prima donna or difficult, or not a team player. But the reality is, in many cases you absolutely can push back or say no to something your boss is asking of you, as long as you do it the right way.

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