November, 2020

Hot New Titles For Your Winter Reading List

Ms. Career Girl

Winter is fast approaching, and there is no better way to spend this season that by curling up with a great new book. From romance, to poetry, to thoughtful YA, and women’s fiction there is something for everyone on this winter reading list! Chasing North Star by Heidi McCrary.

2020 229

How to Find and Connect with the RIGHT Recruiters on LinkedIn

Executive Career Brand

Recruiters are a major source of executive jobs and LinkedIn is a haven for them. They’re busy networking there, posting updates, and sourcing and assessing candidates. It only makes sense to connect and network with the right recruiters on LinkedIn.

2020 199
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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. .

2020 180

Updating Your Resume in 5 Quick Steps

Professional Resume Services

Has this happened to you? A company you’ve had your eye on for a while suddenly has an opening. You are perfect for it. Not only are you perfect for it but it’s the perfect role for you. More seniority, increase in pay, remote work options, family-oriented, and so on.

2020 179

How To Overcome The Limiting Beliefs You Have About Your Career Change

Career Shifters

The beliefs you hold about what's possible for your shift can leave you in paralysis. But what if the things you tell yourself are actually just one idea, in many disguises? Natasha shares a different perspective on your limiting beliefs and how to overcome them

2020 246

Why Firing the “Victim” Was the Right Thing To Do

Evil HR Lady

Have you heard the phrase “open the kimono” in a business sense? Yeah, me neither. But, apparently it was a thing. It shoudn’t be thing. It’s sexist, racist, and generally gross. And a redditor used it at work and all hell broke loose.

2020 243

You Can Recover From Setbacks – Here’s How

Ms. Career Girl

It doesn’t matter if you’re a newbie to the workforce or a seasoned pro, facing setbacks in your career can be devastating and hard to bounce back from.

2020 202

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The Difference Between Transcription and Captioning

Jobacle

Transcription and captioning seem to go hand in hand, so much so that many transcription services offer captioning too, but it’s important to realize that these are two very different disciplines, albeit if they do share some characteristics.

2020 161

Post-COVID Benefits to Expect from Your Next Employer

Professional Resume Services

The COVID-19 pandemic will have lasting effects on the workforce in more ways than one.

2020 141

From Corporate Life to Graphic Design

Career Shifters

“I couldn’t shake the feeling that I was missing out on something important in life.”. Carli Pfurtscheller spent years building a successful corporate career. But as the hours and the demands increased, the call for change grew louder.

2020 196

Thanksgiving Thursday: What HR Really Thinks About Their Jobs

Evil HR Lady

I love my job. Sure, I hate billing and doing the paperwork, but otherwise, there’s nothing I like more than helping people with their careers, their businesses, and their employees. It turns out I’m not alone.

2020 228

Quitting the Blame Game: 5 Ways to Tame Your Need to Blame

Ms. Career Girl

How do you behave when something goes wrong? Do you a) pause to gauge your part in the matter, accept responsibility, and move toward a solution? Or do you b) immediately look for someone else— anyone else—to blame?

2020 188

Are You Using LinkedIn Stories?

Executive Career Brand

LinkedIn joined the “Stories” game recently, following the lead of Facebook, Instagram, SnapChat, WhatsApp and Pinterest and is only available on mobile for now. Like other new features, this may soon roll out to all members, whether they use desktop or mobile.

2020 168

Bulk Christmas Gifts for Work-From-Home Teams

Jobacle

Enough said. While we all wait to turn the page on a year that has circled the toilet bowl, there is one last hope to put a smile on coworker’s faces: send them an inexpensive holiday gift that is both thoughtful and smile-provoking.

2020 161

Differentiating Resumes for Executives + Boards of Directors

Career Trend

Executives + Boards of Director Resumes Most executives and boards of directors resumes began as an individual contributor crossing off daily to-dos while rushing forward to do more and be more. As your clout grew, you managed others’ day-to-day accountabilities.

2020 132

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 ].

2020 130

Please Tell Me this CEO is Nuts

Evil HR Lady

This is not a creative way to get noticed. This is a stupid way to get noticed. If someone sent me $10 and asked for a job, I’d return the $10 and put them in the do not hire, ever category. It’s not cute. It’s not creative.

2020 229

4 Simple Practices to Make Your Workday More Productive

Ms. Career Girl

Melissa Steginus is a productivity and wellness specialist and author of the new book, Everyday Mindfulness: 108 Simple Practices to Empower Yourself and Transform Your Life.

2020 185

Is there videoconferencing etiquette I should know?

WorkAlpha

Needless to say, videoconferencing has become a primary way of communicating with colleagues, suppliers and clients. Here are some best practices for videoconferencing etiquette.

2020 130

Building the Perfect People Manager: Assertiveness and the Introversion/Extroversion Scale.

The HR Capitalist

Had the opportunity to present/workshop on "Leveling Up Your Managers of People" to a Vistage CEO group earlier this week.

2020 128

From Dance to Tech

Career Shifters

“I’d reached a point in life where I craved more stability.”. Rebecca Fennelly was ready for greater stability and a new challenge to get her teeth into. So, when the stars aligned for her to take an intensive retraining course, she grabbed the opportunity.

2020 164

For Thanksgiving Day:

Sklover Working Wisdom

“On many holidays, we celebrate our independence. On Thanksgiving, we acknowledge our dependence.”. – William Jennings Bryan. 2020 Alan L. Sklover All Rights Reserved. Commercial Use Prohibited. The post For Thanksgiving Day: appeared first on Sklover Working Wisdom. Uncategorized Recent Post

2020 130

Swiss Sunday: Corona Update

Evil HR Lady

What do they say about pride? It goeth before the fall? All summer I mocked my family and friends in the USA. Look at how amazing Switzerland is! We have so few cases of Corona! We follow the rules! We know how to wash our hands. And then fall hit. And it started raining.

2020 216

How to Weather the Election and the Rest of 2020

Ms. Career Girl

Fires. Pandemics. Mass political unrest. Economic precarity. The election crisis. 2020, anyone? It seems like this year is just one wave of crisis after another, and our mental surge capacities are dwindling the longer we weather this storm.

2020 173

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 101

5 Reasons I'm STILL Bullish On America: Election Day 2020.

The HR Capitalist

Election day is here. So many voices shouting, so let me add my thoughts to the mix with a bi-partisan thought that's not said enough these days: AMERICA: STILL THE BEST THING GOING. Let's start with my favorite songs from Hamilton, which you can find on Disney+.

2020 112

From Corporate to Not-For-Profit

Career Shifters

“I left work every day feeling drained and demoralised. Something had to give.”. Fed up with work he didn’t believe in, Ross Mitchell decided to hand in his notice and take a leap into the unknown.

2020 163

Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“I ask not for a lighter burden, but for broader shoulders.” ” – Jewish Proverb. If you can’t see the photo above, please [ Click Here ]. At work, at home, and everywhere else, we are each carrying a very heavy set of burdens.

2020 130

Easy Ways to Thank Employees in a Hard Year

Evil HR Lady

This has been a terrible year. Unfortunately, as a business, we’re just scraping by — and that’s despite the Paycheck Protection Program loan from the Small Business Administration. There’s no money for a lavish holiday party, year-end bonuses or even anything more than a $5 gift.

2020 201

6 Energizing Health Tips for Tired Professionals

Ms. Career Girl

Amid the economic crisis, a global pandemic and a historic presidential election, nearly two-thirds of Americans admit to being more tired than ever. Many people’s work and sleep schedules have shifted within the last few months, and, honestly, there’s more to worry about these days.

2020 166

Why Visual Representations of Diversity Aid an Inclusive Work Environment

The Undercover Recruiter

The workplace is where we spend most of our lives. Shouldn’t it, therefore, be a place where we can bring our whole selves to work without the fear of facing discrimination based on our ethnicity, culture, gender, age, or sexual orientation?

2020 97

Post-Election Skill for Leaders: Making All Feel Welcome & On Equal Ground.

The HR Capitalist

I read this post recently by William Wiggins at Fistful of Talent on Transgenderism. It's a simple, insightful piece on being aware. . Prior to reading William's post, I finished Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber by Mike Isaac.

2020 105

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

Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“If the path before you is clear, you’re probably on someone else’s.” ” – Joseph Campbell. At home or at work, whether we realize it or not, each of us travels down a “path” of sorts.

2020 130

The Real HR Show: What Happens When a Vaccine Comes Out?

Evil HR Lady

Right now, it looks like we will be getting a vaccine for Covid-19. Do you want to require your employees to get it? Brenda Neckvatal and I discuss what you should be thinking about. The post The Real HR Show: What Happens When a Vaccine Comes Out? appeared first on Evil HR Lady

2020 183

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?

2020 161

What Your WFH Team Really Needs: Unstructured Interaction

The Undercover Recruiter

New research suggests the problems with work from home (WFH) don’t emerge because employees are no longer co-located. Its weaknesses arise when leaders fail to create an unstructured connection.

2020 95