Sat.Feb 09, 2019 - Fri.Feb 15, 2019

Chilling Winter Thrillers Sure To Keep You Warm and Reading All Night

Ms. Career Girl

As the winter chill continues to set in, there’s no better time to pick up the season’s best new suspenseful thrillers. If you’re looking to get swept away by a great new chilling read during your time off this winter, one or more of this winter’s best thrillers will be just what you need.

2019 268

Swiss Saturday: The Passive Aggressive Note

Evil HR Lady

A couple of days ago, a neighbor placed the above note in our mailbox. Here’s a rough translation (as I’m not a professional translator). Dear Lucas Family, Is it too difficult to walk through the house before you go to bed (and turn all the lights off)?

2019 248

Recruiting Strategy: How to Be the Greener Grass

Career Trend

Would your leadership benefit from a boost to their recruiting and hiring strategy? Seeking work where the grass is greener is a key motivator spurring job seekers. In my latest Glassdoor post, I share ways actively-recruiting companies can capitalize on this employee itch.

2019 138

5 Tips to Boost Your Online Personal Brand with LinkedIn

Professional Resume Services

Spending time on LinkedIn profile development can set you up for success in many different ways. One of the main benefits of LinkedIn is it gives you a platform to demonstrate your personal brand.

2019 130

Ready for Change, Positioned for Success: Habits of Successful Business People

Ms. Career Girl

It’s clear that people who are able to use their talent, intellect, and determination to translate a good idea into a successful business are doing something right.

2019 207

How HR Can Use Performance Reviews to Help the Whole Company

Evil HR Lady

It’s not hard to understand why an increasing number of companies are choosing to do away with annual performance reviews: according to one study , over 94 percent of employees would prefer their manager address feedback in real time rather then wait until the end of the year. But annual performance reviews aren’t all bad. Formal ratings provide a macro-view of performance and engagement levels across the company. If the results of any group (department, experience level, etc.)

2019 173

Did You Read about Glassdoor.com.?

Sklover Working Wisdom

Wall Street Journal Analysis: “Companies Game Glassdoor Rankings”. According to a recently published report by The Wall Street Journal, there’s good reason to doubt the credibility of Glassdoor employer rankings that so many employees use to decide which employers to work for.

2019 130

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Does Your Sweetheart Influence Your Sweet Tooth?

Ms. Career Girl

Does who you are with have an effect on what you choose to eat? Here’s an experiment adapted from a study on food choices in a romantic to try with your partner. A Valentine’s Day Experiment.

2019 157

Happy Valentine’s Day: These Jobs Increase Your Chances of Divorce

Evil HR Lady

On February 14 we celebrate love in the name of St. Valentine, who was beaten, stoned, and decapitated because of his support of marriage. So, basically, it’s always been a bummer of a holiday, which brings us to divorce. Here are, according to a 5-year study, are the professions most prone to unhappily ever after. Gaming managers 52.9 percent Bartenders 52.7 percent Flight Attendants 50.5 percent Gaming Services Workers 50.3

2019 158

Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“The second kick of the mule can’t teach you anything more than the first kick should have.” ” – Farmer’s Proverb. Walking behind a mule is a dangerous mistake, and can result in a kick you won’t soon forget. Hopefully, you will have learned its lesson, and will not forget it.

2019 130

Know What to Research Before Your Executive Job Interview

Professional Resume Services

Doing your homework prior to going into a job interview can be the difference between being considered a viable candidate or having your resume pushed to the side. Companies want to hire someone who shows they are willing to do their due diligence in order to make a quality decision.

2019 130

What Do I Do If Someone I’m Close To Seems To Have an Addiction Problem?

Ms. Career Girl

When we have the uneasy realization that perhaps a family member or close friend may be suffering from a substance abuse problem , it is very easy to get overwhelmed.

2019 153

Knowing this One Truth Saved My Friend’s Job (and It Could Save Yours)

Evil HR Lady

A couple of weeks ago, I got a call from a friend. She was in a panic: her husband’s boss told him he had the option of being bumped down to an intern or resigning. The intern job came with intern level pay and responsibility , of course. They placed a legal document in front of him and begrudgingly gave him 24 hours to sign it, or he would be fired. Now, this took place in Switzerland, and my friends are also expats.

2019 150

How Flex Working Schedules Are Benefiting the World

Jobacle

More employees are enjoying flexible work environments now than ever, with one survey revealing that at least 43% of American workers are working remotely at least part-time.

2019 179

Know What to Research Before Your Executive Job Interview

Professional Resume Services

Doing your homework prior to going into a job interview can be the difference between being considered a viable candidate or having your resume pushed to the side. Companies want to hire someone who shows they are willing to do their due diligence in order to make a quality decision.

2019 130

Advertising Tips For Your New Side Hustle

Ms. Career Girl

If you’ve got a new side hustle or small business venture in the works, gaining customers is top priority. So like most other businesses, advertising is a requirement.

Bad HR Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

Evil HR Lady

Recruiters and hiring managers regularly ghost job candidates. You know how it works–candidate comes in, interviews, sometimes multiple times and then the recruiter never, ever gets back to the candidate again. Emails are unanswered. Phone calls are ignored. And no one in Human Resources cared. Employees have started ghosting their employers. Managers are shocked when someone just stops showing up.

2019 148

Ace That Phone Interview!

Career Alley

There are definite advantages to being interviewed on the phone, and they shouldn't be ignored. Before you get on the phone you have the opportunity to lay out a variety of resources to give you a boost during your interview. Nail the Interview Interviews Phone Interviews

Highest Paying Jobs for Felons | Get a Second Chance

Jobacle

Once you are labeled as a “felon” it can be very challenging to get back to the normal life. Moreover, getting a job is even more difficult. After all, not many people would like to hire someone who had spent time in jail for some criminal activities.

2019 169

“I’m Scared Of Not Being Good Enough.”

Career Shifters

Lena's feeling anxious and unsettled in her career. She's also struggling to believe she'll ever be able to secure her ideal work. When it feels like a huge risk to put yourself out there, how do you find the courage to show others what you're capable of

2019 162

5 Cost-Effective Employee Benefits to Complement Your Health Plan

Evil HR Lady

A strong benefits package is one of the most effective ways to bring in talent and keep your best employees where you want them — that is, at your business, helping your bottom line. Some benefits are more attractive than others, of course. Almost 90 percent of job applicants say they would consider accepting a lower salary for better health benefits.

2019 136

Tips to Enhance Your Chances of Landing Your Dream Job

Career Alley

Your resume is what represents you before your hirers or employer, and is often what guides these parties to a hiring decision. Therefore, ensure that it offers the best representation of you. Find your Dream Job Dream job

2019 172

5 Things You Can Do With a Music Degree

Jobacle

Finishing university can be tough. After several years of studying, making new friends, and immersing yourself in student nightlife, the “real world” is suddenly upon you.

2019 169

From Teaching to Portfolio Career

Career Shifters

“I was crying every day before going to work.”. Frustrated by the limitations of her role, Sarit Gafan decided to take some time out to explore her options. Here's how she harnessed the power of volunteering for her shift, and created the contacts that ultimately led to an exciting new opportunity

2019 152

How To Become A Financial Analyst With No Experience?

Imarticus Learning

A Financial Analyst performs the very vital job of evaluating market trends, setting-up long-term goals, financial policies and deciding upon when and what investors should be made for an investor’s or company’s profit.

2019 91

Top Paying Trucking Jobs

Career Alley

If you love cruising the open road, then working in the trucking industry can be an enjoyable and lucrative career. It’s also in high demand: […]. Find your Dream Job Driving Careers

2019 158

How to Get Better at Small Talk

The Undercover Recruiter

You might be the greatest professional your industry is yet to discover. And you might even excel at talking about your business and selling your skills as you network. But there’s one aspect of the job interview that can elude the best of us: small talk. It may sound like, well, a little thing.

2019 114

Minimum Viable Product in the World of HR.

HR Capitalist

If there's one thing that HR could do better at, it's caring less about being perfect and shipping more HR product. You see it all the time in the world of HR. We have big plans. Those big plans include the need for project planning, for meetings, vendor selection and deep thoughts.

2019 101

What Is It Like To Work As A Data Analyst?

Imarticus Learning

What does a Data Analyst do? Is a very logical question, because of the broad range of tasks performed by a data analyst, it could at times get a little confusing to really understand the key focus of the title.

2019 87

Action Changes Things

Learning Voyager

Last September, we had a gathering at my church for a conversation about the crisis. The triggering events were the downfall of Cardinal McCarrick and the Pennsylvania report about widespread clergy abuse of children.

2019 61

How Texting is Helping Recruiters Screen 10 Times the Candidates Daily

The Undercover Recruiter

With the U.S. unemployment rate at an all-time low, hovering under four percent, the talent market is getting more and more competitive. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are 6.7 million job openings and just 6.4 million available workers to fill them.

2019 111

we have twice-daily mandatory group therapy at work

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I am really uncomfortable with a new development at my office and I feel like quitting is the only option now. I’m an administrator for a private recovery and mental health center, not a clinical or medical staff member, so I’m not at risk for emotional burn-out. We were notified last year that we now have a mandatory group therapy session as a staff first thing in the morning (8 am) and before we leave (5:30 pm) and that all staff must participate.

2019 86

What is the Learning Curve for Python Language?

Imarticus Learning

Most people will tell you that Python is the easiest languages to learn and should be one of the first languages that you should learn when considering a career in programming. Well, they are mostly right, parting with the good piece of advice.

2019 83

The Cold-Blooded Art of Owning/Getting In Front of Huge Career Mistakes.

HR Capitalist

Let's face it. If you're in the game and playing to win. you're going to have some failures. Sh*t that goes sideways. . Regrettable situations", as I like to refer to them.

2019 86

Why Ethical Interview Practices Are Crucial For Your Business

The Undercover Recruiter

Maintaining high ethical standards within the workplace is crucial for the success of a company, and this starts from the moment a candidate walks into the interview room. Any unethical treatment of workers can seriously damage your business reputation and, by extension, its profitability.

2019 108

how do I not lose hope in a highly competitive field?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’m in a very competitive, very niche academic field. I’m writing because I wonder if you and your readers can tell me how to keep going when I’m losing hope as this roller coaster of a search keeps on rolling. I have been applying for jobs since last year, and I have had one — ONE — interview. A recent rejection informed me that I was one of 322 applicants for a position. This is the norm.

2019 85

What is Full Stack Developer Salary

Imarticus Learning

Full Stack Development is the best career prospect today with unlimited growth and scope.

2019 83