October, 2018

Use LinkedIn Wisely in Your Executive Job Search

Executive Career Brand

I would guess that the majority of executives in job search, or planning one, know that they need a LinkedIn profile. Too many stop there. They may fill in a little information in their profile, but they rarely do much else.

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Working Anyway: On Physical Challenges – Reflections from a Retiree

Ms. Career Girl

Chances are, right now you are in pretty good health, and maybe aging or physical difficulties are something you think may not happen until decades from now… and I truly hope this is the case.

2018 242

If You’re Going to Rage Quit, Do It Right

Evil HR Lady

When your boss is horrible , or customers have unreasonable and rude requests, or you just can’t take it anymore, you may wish to “rage quit” your job–walk out in a dramatic fashion. Quitting without notice makes for some sweet revenge. Who can blame you?

2018 179

Reasons Why Leadership Development Is Important

Career Alley

Leadership development refers to expanding the leadership characteristics in employees. The goal of this is to grow the potential of future leaders within the company. Launch your Career Leadership Leadership Skills

What Got You Here Won't Get You There: The 3 Career 'Rules' Keeping You Trapped In Your Shift

Career Shifters

You're not stupid. So why are you so stuck? Natasha shares 3 'common sense' ideas that are so ingrained, you can't even see them – and how to un-learn them to start making progress in your career change

2018 216

Are You Listening to Bad Career Advice?

Professional Resume Services

Asking for advice when you’re struggling with making a decision can be valuable. However, when it comes to getting career advice, you have to be careful who you’re listening to. Most people you ask won’t intentionally give you bad advice, but it also may not be very valuable to you.

2018 151

Worried About Age Discrimination? 9 Things on Your Executive Resume That Show Your Age

Executive Career Brand

Several years ago I wrote the post Is Your Executive Resume Still Partying Like It’s 1999?, and then updated it more recently. Sadly, I’m still seeing executive resumes that look and read like the ones I was writing 15-20 years ago.

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I Have No Idea Why I Was Just Fired

Evil HR Lady

I am hoping you can help me understand this. I have worked as a contract worker (meaning no benefits, and being paid by the recruiter’s company). . . I was working for 6 weeks, and then I get a call after 5:00 p.m. from the recruiter who tells me my assignment ended, and that the place I was working for does not want me to show up for work the next day. Of course, I ask why? And I am told, ” you were not a good fit.” ” . What does that mean?

2018 180

Reasons to Use a Recruitment Agency

Career Alley

If you are a jobseeker currently looking for his or her next career change, you may find yourself wondering whether you should use a recruitment agency or CV distribution service in a bid to generate more potential leads. Find your Dream Job Recruiters

2018 153

From Management Consultant to Childcare Entrepreneur

Career Shifters

“I couldn't miss the chance to fix something I could see wasn't working.”. Ever come across an opportunity too enticing to turn down? Zarja Cibej loved her job, but the lure of a problem in a crucial market, and the solution she could create to solve it, was simply too appealing to pass by.

Work for Hire – Key Words & Phrases

Sklover Working Wisdom

What is meant by: “ Work for Hire ”? A “work for hire” (or “work made for hire”) is an item of creative content that was made on the job. Examples include written works, data analyses, visual presentations, songs, computer code and programs, and useful forms and booklets.

2018 130

3 Reasons I Won’t Connect with You on LinkedIn

Executive Career Brand

I’m fortunate and grateful to receive lots of requests to connect on LinkedIn. Heeding the same advice I give my executive job seeking clients, I connect with most people who ask me. Expanding my network on LinkedIn means more people to learn from and communicate with.

2018 164

What You Should Know About Your Sleep, Work, and Productivity

Ms. Career Girl

This post is sponsored by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Today’s work environment is both demanding and competitive. So much so that it’s common, and sometimes expected, that work weeks edge into the 50 or 60 hour range. In the U.S.

2018 244

Employee Time Tracking and Analytics 101 for Managers

Evil HR Lady

That is 10:00 am Eastern Time! It will be fabulous, I promise! The post Employee Time Tracking and Analytics 101 for Managers appeared first on Evil HR Lady. Exclusive EHRL

2018 176

How To Start A Successful Medical Practice

Career Alley

The study of medicine is hard enough, involving learning many practices and procedures of medicine. Starting a medical practice will take almost as much dedication as the field of study. Find your Dream Job Medical Careers

2018 153

From Charity to Children's Clothing

Career Shifters

“I needed a new challenge, but one that allowed me to work flexibly.”. Samantha Collen loved her work. But then her personal circumstances changed. Here, she shares how she found a niche that was an ideal match for her skills, surprisingly close to home

2018 207

Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“Winning without fighting is the best of skills.” ” – Sun Tzu. This proverb is truly the essence of what I offer on this blogsite. It is precisely what I espouse for employees at work: fighting is costly, causes damage, and employers generally have greater resources to fight.

2018 130

The #MeToo Movement and Diversity in the Workplace

Executive Career Brand

The #MeToo movement is a defining moment in fourth-wave feminism, and continues to have a dramatic impact on all of us. at work and in our personal lives. The phrase was first used in 2006 by Tarana Burke, to draw attention to the sexual abuse of women of color. It has since […].

The Must-Read Books of Fall By Our Favorite Female Authors

Ms. Career Girl

After a long workday or a week spent in the office, there’s nothing better than settling into a comfortable spot with a warm drink and a great new book. If you’re looking for a fiction story to relax with this fall, these are the must-read new releases by women that we think you’ll love.

2018 220

How to Empower Your Employees to Make Better Business Decisions

Evil HR Lady

Steve Jobs was notorious for his autocratic leadership style. Instead of empowering his employees to make their own decisions, he would set the strategy, goals and method—and expect them to follow suit. While Apple was incredibly successful under his leadership, some of the downsides of this style are apparent since his passing in 2011. The most recent example involves the removal of movies from people’s iTunes accounts.

2018 163

5 Ways To Know If You Should Go Back To School Or Not

Career Alley

Grade school teachers are our most important resource because they are the ones instructing our future generations. A teacher need only answer these 5 questions […]. Discover Career Opportunities

2018 132

Money isn’t the Only Thing That Should Contribute to Happiness at Work

Professional Resume Services

Are you happy with your job? When people are asked this question, they often times aren’t sure how to answer it. They might be happy with the paycheck they receive every two weeks, but they might dread going into the office every day.

2018 130

“You expect me to believe THAT??!!”

Sklover Working Wisdom

Coffee was a perk; now it’s a grind. According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, employees are being given more choices than ever regarding the varieties of coffee provided for free by their employers at work. And, they are complaining about it more than ever before.

2018 130

Top 6 Traits of The Best Executive Resume Writing Services

Career Trend

Four Executive Resume Writers Articulate Traits of the Best Executive Resume Writing Services. The post Top 6 Traits of The Best Executive Resume Writing Services appeared first on Executive Resume Writing Service. Barb Poole executive resume Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter Janice Worthington Resume Writer Rosa E. Vargas branded resume professional resume writer resume Resume Story resume strategy Resume Update resume writing

2018 124

How to Defend Against Five Emotional Vampires At Work

Ms. Career Girl

Emotional vampires wear many different disguises — from workplace bullies to needy relatives to poor-me complainers. Intentionally or not, these people can make us feel depressed, overwhelmed, defensive, wiped out and angry.

2018 215

Why Student Loan Repayment Is Not the Benefit You Should Offer in 2019

Evil HR Lady

Americans are drowning in student loan debt. The average person (as of 2016) graduates with $37,172 in debt. That’s a tremendous burden and businesses are doing the right thing in helping their employees pay down this debt. That’s the general consensus, but it’s not actually the best use of your benefit dollars. Here’s why. Student loans are voluntary. Yes, rich kids can get through school without student loans, Yay. But, I’m not talking about that.

2019 155

“Say Yes To The Butterflies.” Alex's Real-life Career Change Lessons

Career Shifters

When Alex Brooks joined the Career Change Launch Pad, she thought she’d end up with a new job. Instead, she overhauled her entire life. Here, she shares the shift in perspective that put her back in the driver’s seat and doing what she loves

2018 181

What to Do if You Have Employment Gaps in Your Executive Resume and LinkedIn Profile

Professional Resume Services

Believe it or not, it’s more common for people to have employment gaps on their resume and LinkedIn profile today than ever before. There are plenty of reasons for this as well.

2018 130

Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“Outer order contributes to inner calm.” ” – Gretchen Rubin. Got a few minutes waiting for a phone call? Arrived at the office a little early due to light traffic? Perhaps you came into the office on a Saturday to retrieve something.

2018 130

Secrets Executive Recruiters Can’t Tell You and Tips for Working with Them

Executive Career Brand

I always advise executive job seekers NOT to rely entirely on executive recruiters to get them into a job. If you reach out to several recruiters and then sit back and wait for them to connect you with a job, you may be waiting a long time. Most of your job-hunting efforts should revolve around […]. The post Secrets Executive Recruiters Can’t Tell You and Tips for Working with Them appeared first on Executive Career Brand.

2018 117

Why do so many workers remain silent about toxic work behavior?

Ms. Career Girl

Virtually every American worker has been the target of toxic work behavior at some point in his/her career and, yet, the majority of us never report it.

2018 221

3 Open Enrollment Best Practices Every HR Manager Should Know

Evil HR Lady

Every HR manager counts down until the first day of open enrollment. This year, that date is November 1. As the busy season fast approaches, it’s important to be adequately prepared. Review the following three open enrollment best practices and ready your organization for a successful open enrollment season. Gather Your Materials. If you wait until the last minute to get things ready, you’ll be more stressed and less prepared to answer employee questions.

2018 151

“My Mind Is Going Round In Circles. How Do I Find A Way Through The Confusion?”

Career Shifters

Rachel's stuck in analysis paralysis. She gets no joy from her job, but she's struggling to work out if making a leap is anything more than a pipe dream. When you're terrified of getting it wrong, how do you figure out which way to go

2018 178

How Your Executive Resume Could Be Bringing You Down

Professional Resume Services

When you’re hard at work trying to find a new job, you may think the best thing you can do is to send your resume to as many employers as possible. The reality is this could actually be hurting your chances of getting a call back, especially if your resume isn’t in the best possible shape.

2018 130

Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“Set a goal so big that you can’t achieve it until you grow into the person who can.” ” – Zig Ziglar. There’s nothing like a great challenge, an outsized goal, a vision both clear and far from today, to light a fire under your chair. Like shooting for the stars.

2018 130

The Best Morning Work Routine Ever

Jobacle

In the words of the infinitely wise Mary Poppins, “Well begun is half done.” That is, if you start something off right, you lay a solid foundation for success – a principle that’s especially applicable to the world of work.

2018 169

How To Prepare Yourself For The Best Job Opportunity Ever

Ms. Career Girl

Your dream job has an opening, they’re taking applications, and you couldn’t think of a better role for yourself – it’s like this job was made for you! It’s incredibly exciting when we find that perfect role, and nerve racking when we realise how much we really want it!

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