Sat.Oct 31, 2020 - Fri.Nov 06, 2020

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 204

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.

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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

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 164

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 181

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

Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“Hate. Throughout history, it’s caused a lot of problems in the world. But it hasn’t solved a single one yet.” ” – Maya Angelou. Hatred. Where does it come from? So very much of hatred comes from ignorance, fear of “others,” anger over perceived bad treatment.

2020 130

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Your Money: Why Interest Rates Matter

Ms. Career Girl

Why You Need to Understand Interest Rates. Knowing the basics about money is absolutely essential in 2020. The days of wanting a man to take care of all the financial decisions are long gone, along with wearing heels and pearl necklaces to do the dishes. Thank goodness! Women work.

2020 151

Performing the Core Functions of HR Remotely

Evil HR Lady

Your Human Resources department isn’t just a team of experts in managing people—they’re experts in managing your company’s people. And if it’s operating effectively, your HR folks have tried and true tactics for keeping things running smoothly.

2020 154

This Halloween:

Sklover Working Wisdom

“With a Child’s Eye, Delight in De Light of the Day.” ” – Al Sklover. So many pumpkins, so little time. It is a day of costumes and candy, of giving treats without demanding a clean room or homework be done in return. It is a special day for all the kids.

2020 130

From the Police to Finance

Career Shifters

“I became worn out with the inconsistent work schedule.”. Shia Cruciani needed a better work–life balance. But when the traditional job-application route didn't work out for her, she took a different approach.

2020 141

What Student Job Seekers Really Want from Recruitment Post COVID-19

Undercover Recruiter

A new report reveals how marketing and recruitment processes should be organized to ensure your business is attractive to student job seekers.

2020 76

How to Make Your Organization more Life-Friendly (5 Tips)

Evil HR Lady

Family-friendly workplaces are a great idea – you want a place where people feel comfortable taking an hour or two out of a day to go to a parent-teacher conference, or with a schedule that means you won’t be working until 9:00 at night. But, why on earth do we need to call this family-friendly?

2020 151

6 Funniest Videos On Recruitment That Recruiters Need To Watch Right Now!

Recruit CRM

Everybody loves a good old funny video! We understand that recruiting itself can be a super stressful process and being a recruiter yourself, you would have heard innumerable funny recruitment stories from your colleagues or hiring managers.

2020 75

7 Tips for Remote Job Interviews

Catherines Career Corner

Explore these 7 tips for remote job interviews. These days, for an array of reasons, most job interviews are held remotely. Like any interview, you need to prepare before the big day.

2020 69

pretending to be Canadian, and other Machiavellian triumphs at work

Ask a Manager

Last week, I asked about Machiavellian things you’ve seen or done at work. It turns out … there were a lot of stories. So many that I couldn’t fit my favorites in one post. Here’s part one, and part two is coming tomorrow. The job hunting assistance.

2020 55

The Real HR Show: “Why Doesn’t HR Support Employees?

Evil HR Lady

Have you heard this before? Complaints that HR doesn’t support employees? Well, it’s not that simple! The post The Real HR Show: “Why Doesn’t HR Support Employees? appeared first on Evil HR Lady

2020 142

8 Business Development Strategies For New Recruitment Agencies

Recruit CRM

One of the toughest challenges when it comes to setting up a successful recruitment agency is to understand how business development works. Once you have a good grasp over it, you can make the best use of your time and meet all your monthly targets proficiently.

2020 65

8 Proven Ways to Deal With Job Loss During a Pandemic

Catherines Career Corner

Explore 8 proven ways to deal with job loss during a pandemic. Have you been made redundant or been put on unpaid leave due to COVID-19? These are 8 proven ways on how to cope with job loss during this challenging time. By Catherine Adenle These are 8 proven ways to deal with job loss […].

2020 87

Rewarding Careers To Try In 2021

Corn on the Job

After a difficult year in 2020, many of us have stood back to look at what is truly important in our lives. Sadly, many people have lost their jobs this year and a host more people have been furloughed, causing a lot of our careers and futures to be uncertain. .

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Working When Election Tensions Are Still High

Evil HR Lady

My fondest dream was to wake up to a clear presidential election winner. As of 6 a.m. Eastern time on November 4, it was clear that wasn’t happening. It would take days. Days of indecision means days of mounting pressure. My Twitter and Facebook feeds are getting increasingly stressed out, with both sides convinced the other side is cheating. When a result does come out, are some people going to blow? Retailers in major cities expect election violence and have boarded up their storefronts.

2020 109

5 Tips For Recruiters To Hire Candidates With Disabilities

Recruit CRM

As per the Annual Disability Statistics Report , 1 in every 8 people in America has a disability and this number keeps rising with time. Companies have always been facing a war when it comes to recruiting the right candidates.

2020 52

95+ Career Quotes to Inspire a Professional Life [2020]

Algrim.co

A career is a fulfilling part of life. It provides everyone the opportunity to advance themselves, expose themselves to new opportunities, potential learnings, and become a person who can provide value to others. Our careers provide us more than monetary gain (or money).

2020 52

how to explain to interviewers that you left a job due to burnout

Ask a Manager

On a post earlier this week, a commenter offered this excellent advice on what they said to interviewers after quitting a previous job due to burnout, and I want to highlight it here: I burned out hard from my last job, and quit after only a year.

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How to Effectively Network Online

Catherines Career Corner

Explore how to network effectively online. Now more than ever, knowing how to network online is essential. Due to the pandemic and remote working, online networking and connections are more important than ever. Here are tips on how to effectively network online in order to advance your career.

2020 60

6 Ways By Which Recruiters Can Combat An Economic Crisis

Recruit CRM

The recent global pandemic has caused an economic downturn in most parts of the world. This potential downturn on the horizon can lead to several companies being affected.

2020 52

The Pros And Cons Of Being A Doctor

Corn on the Job

Finding the perfect career path in 2020 can be more challenging than you think, and going into a whole new field after losing a job can be more than intimidating. Today we want to talk about one of the most revered and respected career paths in the world – a doctor. . Doctors are miracle workers, they spend their days saving lives and helping people all over the world. Becoming a doctor will easily be the most challenging thing you ever do, but it will also be the most rewarding. .

2020 40

my employee doesn’t wear a bra on Zoom meetings — should I say anything?

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I’m a man who manages a team of eight. We are all remote since COVID started. It’s become noticeable in the last few months that a woman on the team, let’s call her Samantha, is not wearing a bra during zoom calls. She isn’t dressing provocatively or sexy.

2020 49

How to Prepare Your Team for the Day After the Election

Evil HR Lady

I don’t know whether Donald Trump will be re-elected or if Joe Biden will be our next president, but I do know that there will be much rejoicing and much weeping no matter who wins. It’s just that the rejoicers and the weepers will change places.

2020 147

let’s talk about kindness at work

Ask a Manager

We talked earlier about Machiavellian behavior. Now let’s talk about times at work when people have gone out of their way to do good or be kind. Please share stories of kindness at work in the comments. (It’s

2020 47

is someone impersonating my remote coworker, ex-boss snooping in emails, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Is someone pretending to be my remote coworker? I am working from home (like so many of us) and relatively new in my position (less than two months).

2020 44

if you need a distraction tonight, here are some classic Ask a Manager letters

Ask a Manager

Looking for a distraction tonight? Here are some of my all-time favorite Ask a Manager letters, and some notorious ones too. a coworker stole my spicy food, got sick, and is blaming me (and the update ). my coworker wants us to call her boyfriend her “master”.

2020 43

I think my employee is overpaid

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I have an employee who is overpaid for her position. I inherited this employee from a former manager who hired her two years ago. Our business revenue has declined dramatically in the past 12 months, and I know I could hire someone to do the same job for about $20,000 less per year.

2020 43

client shows up without an appointment, despite repeated requests not to

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I run a small business that sells specialty items online on behalf of clients who either ship items to us or schedule appointments to make drop-offs at our office.

2020 43

am I going to regret not pursuing a more high-powered career?

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I graduated from college about two and a half years ago, and have worked at least part time in my field for closer to five years (but have been a full time employee since graduating).

2020 42

stories of Machiavellian triumphs, part 2

Ask a Manager

Last week, I asked about Machiavellian things you’ve seen or done at work. Here’s part two of my favorites. Part one was yesterday.). The Alaskan get-away. Years ago, I was overworked and underpaid And hardly ever got to take time off. At one point I got sent to Alaska to meet with an important stakeholder. When I was about to board the flight to Anchorage, I got an email from that person that they would not be available after all and would need to reschedule.

2020 42

why can’t I get feedback about why I was rejected for a job?

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: Do any interviewers give feedback anymore if you don’t get the job? Since being furloughed, I have been frantically applying, interviewing, and getting to second and sometimes third rounds of the hiring process, and then I get rejected.

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