Sat.Oct 26, 2019 - Fri.Nov 01, 2019

How Kaplan Online LSAT Prep Can Help You Reach Law School

Career Alley

If you aspire to become a lawyer, it's important to note that it's never going to be an easy path. There are numerous tests and challenges that you have to pass along the way. Career Advice LSAT Prep

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Using Emotional Intelligence to Improve  Workplace Relationships and Your Career

Ms. Career Girl

Emotional intelligence affects every facet of your life. Cultivating this valuable skill will improve your confidence, boost your workplace morale and make it easier to collaborate with your coworkers. Every person has a degree of emotional intelligence, whether high or low.

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How to do a performance review of your manager

Cube Rules

It is coming to the year-end performance review time. We’re all concerned about our performance review, of course, but now is also a good time to review the performance of your manager in terms of how effective the manager is with you and your work.

2019 170

The Most Powerful Tool In Your Career Change Arsenal (Hint: You Use It Every Day)

Career Shifters

Scientists, inventors and entrepreneurs use it; it's sparked the greatest achievements in the world; and it's something you use every day (but likely not in the most powerful way).

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How To Get Into A Skilled Trade

Career Alley

A skilled trade career can be very rewarding, with great potential for professional development and a solid salary. Find your Dream Job Trade Careers

2019 241

5 Steps to Better Handling Colleagues Who Deny Reality

Ms. Career Girl

Up means down and down means up — We’ve all had colleagues who make it a practice of denying what we know is real. It happens in politics, science, business and anywhere: people whose beliefs are a million miles away from reality.

2019 187

Resume Tip: Why saying a proven track record of success is worthless

Cube Rules

Writing a resume is tough. You are supposed to compress your life into one page or two, or three or five — depending on which resume pundit you listen to — and provide those pithy statements about your work.

2019 141

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How To Advertise For A Job Successfully

Career Alley

It’s alright just putting your job advertisements onto a number of job sites, but the reality of that getting quality applicants is going to be hit and miss. Career Advice Job Search

Trying to Develop a Writing Process? Expert Insights Here!

Ms. Career Girl

I’ve been asked about my writing process many times, so here it is, short and sweet, messy and chaotic: 1. First, I think up all sorts of bad ideas for my books. My editor and agent are good enough to tell me that they are bad ideas. I think up more ideas. They’re still bad.

2019 136

Interview Question: What did you like least about your last job?

Cube Rules

Oh, the interview questions hiring managers will throw at us when we are must vulnerable during the interview. Things are moving along nicely, then comes this zinger: “Tell me what you least liked about your last job?”

2019 141

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.

2019 130

Essential Tips To Know Before Choosing A Degree That’s High in Demand

Career Alley

When you chose a major, always remember your ability. Doing so will help you narrow down your options. You can't expect to do well with a degree in biochemical science, when in fact, you hate science. Discover Career Opportunities

2019 185

6 Car Camping Tips For Women

Ms. Career Girl

As we move into November, camping season may be coming to a close for folks in northern climates. For those of us who live in the deep south, prime camping season is just now ramping up.

2019 130

From General Manager to Business Owner

Career Shifters

“I constantly felt that I was letting both my employers and my children down.”. Beverley Essam couldn't be the person she wanted to be with her work–life balance the way it was. So, she took time to re-evaluate, and to set up a bespoke career that meets all her needs.

2019 166

Sklover’s Thoughts for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“Why do they call it rush hour even though nobody moves fast?” ” – Robin Williams. Perhaps, for the sake of accuracy, we should replace it with “slow motion hour?” I don’t know how it is where you live, but where I do it seems we need to do something.

2019 130

9 Faces of HR Book Update: Is Salesforce Making Progress on Diversity Since Hiring a Chief Equality Officer?

The HR Capitalist

One of the cool things about writing a book that does at least reasonably well is you start to get questions flowing in about the content you included.

2019 112

How to Make ‘Bring Your Own Data’ Safe

Jobacle

Bring Your Own Data, more commonly known as Bring Your Own Device or BYOD, allows people to bring their own personally owned technology into the workplace. Many companies now hire contractors and freelancers, and providing them with IT equipment isn’t always feasible for such short-term contracts.

2019 153

What Career Is Right For Me?

Career Advice Guy

This is a difficult question and one that only you can answer. In this section, we’re looking at choosing a career, Read More. The post What Career Is Right For Me? appeared first on The Career Advice Guy. Career Zone

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Do You Know. that Stalking, including STALKING AT WORK, is now a CRIME in most States?

Sklover Working Wisdom

It’s not just a violation of company policies, but is even punishable by IMPRISONMENT. That is something that most employees don’t know, and even something that even most lawyers don’t know, either. What is stalking?

2019 100

Budget Season: Do You Have Any Ideal on Labor Costs By Project/Service?

The HR Capitalist

It's budget season for a lot of us, and in addition to revenue projections, one American pastime is alive and well in the budget process, even in 2020. Sandbagging! You know it's true.

2019 105

7 Ways to Receive Feedback on Your Job Application

The Undercover Recruiter

Getting rejected from a job you’d really wanted is never nice. But there is something you can do to make it seem less of a waste; a way to make it into a good thing for your long-term career trajectory. That thing is simple: asking for feedback. It’ll help you learn areas where you (or.

2019 78

How to Turn Your Internship into a Job Offer?

Career Advice Guy

Internships provide you with an excellent opportunity to gain work experience and learn new skills.

2019 88

AI Helping The E-commerce Stores To Dramatically Increase Conversions

Imarticus Learning

In today’s era of continuously developing science and technology, artificial intelligence has touched almost every possible domain in our lives. It has revolutionized technology to mimic the human brain.

2019 71

?? Choose An Awesome Volunteer Job To Get An Awesome Paid Job

JobMob

Can volunteering lead to a paid job? Volunteer work can help you in your job search, if you take the time to search for the right volunteer work. Photo by Anna Earl. Why volunteer when you're supposed to be looking for a job? Because it's the right thing to do?

2019 71

Are You Ready for a Career Change?

The Undercover Recruiter

If you’re tired of your job and you’re thinking it’s time to switch careers, you aren’t alone. 60% of working adults want a new career, but 40% of them don’t actually know which career they would want to switch to. Age doesn’t factor when it comes to a career change, as research shows both young.

2019 76

Job Interview Preparation: 50 Job Interview Questions and Answers

Career Advice Guy

As part of your job interview preparation, you need to make sure you read and review job interview questions, and how best to answer them.

2019 88

10 Scary management styles

Evil HR Lady

It’s Halloween, which is the best holiday because there are no family obligations where you have to tolerate your weird aunt, and there’s lots of candy. And there are also plenty of jump-scares to go around – even in the office. Your company may resemble a haunted house with all the scary managers running around. Here are 10 of the most frightening. The Ghost. Finding this manager when you need her, is almost impossible.

2019 100

Tom Hanks-O-Ween: Who Won Work It Daily's Halloween Costume Competition?

Career Realism

We've started a new tradition here at Work It Daily, and it involves lots of awkward clothing and fake facial hair. Our theme for the first ever Work It Daily Halloween Costume Competition was Tom Hanks characters, and boy, did we deliver.

2019 82

Halloween Horrors in the Workplace

The Undercover Recruiter

We’ve all experienced the kind of horrors like spiders and the odd mouse which can have people screaming in fear in the workplace, but there horrors of another kind which are more common in the office – the manager kind.

2019 67

Career Zone: Five Jobs That Pay Over 100K Per Year

Career Advice Guy

Graduate career advisors are often asked what careers pay over 100K each year.

2019 88

Help Set Performance Goals for Employees

Evil HR Lady

We often talk about performance goals for employees only in the context of an annual performance review, but goal setting can — and should — take different forms. Effective employee goal setting can take several forms. We often talk about performance goals for employees only in the context of an annual performance review. We rate and categorize employees, set new goals, and then we forget about it all until next year.

2019 100

Is LinkedIn Dying? What You Need To Know

Career Realism

Work It Daily has been getting an increasing number of people reaching out and asking, "Is LinkedIn dying?" This question isn't just coming from job seekers. Recruiters, professionals, and executives alive are frustrated with the platform, wondering if it's really as useful as it claims to be.

2019 81

The Top 6 Ideal Workplace Benefits

The Undercover Recruiter

In a time when we’re struggling to give pay raises or bonuses, more employers are investing in employee benefits to encourage retention and loyalty as well as maintaining a positive and enthusiastic workforce.

The Common Data Science Interview Questions To Remember.!!

Imarticus Learning

Data science interviews are often considered to be difficult and it might be difficult for you to anticipate what questions you will be asked. The interviewer can ask technical questions or throw you off guard with questions you hadn’t prepared for.

2019 56

Can an Exempt Employee Take on New Work for Extra Pay?

Evil HR Lady

Can full-time, permanent employees do freelance work for our California-based company if that work falls outside their job description? We have an employee who does design work on the side. We need to hire a designer and would be happy to use him on a freelance basis, but he will only do it if we pay him extra for the work. He’s an exempt salaried employee, if that makes a difference. To read my answer, click here: Can an Exempt Employee Take on New Work for Extra Pay?

2019 100

The Top 5 Job Interview Questions For Teachers (And How To Ace Them)

Career Realism

Teaching is one of the most important and fulfilling jobs out there. It also requires passion, dedication, and the ability to think quickly on your feet.

2019 79

7 Visualization Techniques to Calm Your Anxious Mind

The Undercover Recruiter

Everybody in the world is anxious. Professionally and on the street, it feels like you’re surrounded by natural enemies. And the most lethal of all is yourself: you with your insecurities, imposter syndrome, self-doubt, and habit of saying the wrong thing. Right?

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