Sat.Aug 17, 2019 - Fri.Aug 23, 2019

There’s Literally No Reason Why You Can’t Get A Job You’ll Love

Career Alley

finding a job that you’ll enjoy doesn’t actually have to be an impossible task. It may feel that way, but earning a living doing what you want is a genuine possibility. Discover Career Opportunities Change Jobs

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How to Begin Your Career as an Independent Author

Ms. Career Girl

How do I begin a career as an independent author? There are probably as many different ways to answer that question as there are independent authors. We are all unique individuals, coming from different backgrounds, with our own stories, traveling our own journeys, with varied outlooks and dreams.

2019 214

“How Do I Find An Exciting New Role – Without Taking Another Step Backwards In My Career?”

Career Shifters

Zadie's role is becoming an increasingly poor fit, and she's ready for a new challenge. The problem is, she's already re-started from the bottom of the ladder once before, and she's not keen to do it again. How do you move into exciting new work without taking a drop in status and salary

2019 164

15 Crazy True Day-in-the-Life Stories from Real HR Managers

Evil HR Lady

Earlier this week, I shared some stories about what real HR looks like. Human Resources deal with people and people will always have new problems. I shared the article on LinkedIn and Facebook and I got more new stories. If you’re an HR person you’ll nod in agreement with all of these. If you’re not in HR you’ll reaffirm your decision to go into something sensible.

2019 163

Avoid These Mistakes When Going Solo

Career Alley

Everyone starts with a brilliant business idea. However, your journey to entrepreneurship needs to include many more steps before you’re ready to launch a business. Discover Career Opportunities Entrepreneurship

2019 153

How to Budget Your Time for the Self-Care You Need

Ms. Career Girl

Balancing a busy career with your own personal life is an ongoing challenge, and the pressure to perform at your best, take on big projects, and increase your productivity at work can leave you feeling drained once you’re home.

2019 173

Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“Be kind. Everyone you meet is carrying a heavy burden.” ” – Rev. John Watson. In working with other people – whether colleagues, customers, managers, or even competitors – don’t forget for a moment that each has a “difficult story” of grief, pain and concerns inside of them, and each is, from his or her own point of view, “carrying a heavy burden.” Just as you do and as I do, too.

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Clever Steps To Repair Your Company’s Online Reputation

Career Alley

The process of repairing your online reputation will not give you a result overnight. You need to exert some effort before you reap the rewards. Discover Career Opportunities online reputation Reputation

2019 153

Are You Stressed Out? So is Everyone Else!

Ms. Career Girl

Do you feel stressed out more often than not? If so, you’re not alone. Millennial burnout, stemming from chronic, mismanaged stress, has been a hot topic this year and been talked about everywhere from BuzzFeed to NBC.

2019 170

Forget Work-Life Balance. Try this Instead

Evil HR Lady

Work-life balance is an elusive dream that lots of companies and people ask for. Companies declare that they offer a great work-life balance and people aim for short commutes and telecommuting to have a great work-life balance. There’s a problem, though. Balance is not what we are looking for. Think of a seesaw (or teeter-totter, depending on where you grew up). To be balanced everything needs to be the same and nothing can move.

2019 129

How to Succeed: Match Your Career to Your Learning Style

Jobacle

There’s no question that learning is a lifetime phenomenon. Even when you finish your academic education, your learning still continues. Whether you learn through your work, through social interactions, or through new interests you develop, you’ll never stop gaining wisdom.

2019 141

The Best Skilled Trade Careers to Pursue

Career Alley

You don’t necessarily need a four-year degree to find your dream job. Manual labor can be just as lucrative, with top blue-collar workers earning annual mean wages well above the $50,620 national average. Launch your Career Trade Careers

2019 153

Why Everyone Needs a Side Hustle and 4 Ways To Create It

Ms. Career Girl

Many people are dissatisfied with what they earn, but find the prospect of leaving their job to find a better paying one exhausting.

2019 164

4 Simple Service Rules Every Field Technician Should Follow

Evil HR Lady

When you hire technicians, your first priority is ensuring that they can perform their job. Do they have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to repair a washing machine, install a furnace or troubleshoot that troublesome software? If they don’t yet have the specific skills you’re looking for, do they have the experience and capacity to learn them on the job?

2019 127

Could a Facebook Business Page Help You Grow Your Career?

Jobacle

At the end of 2018, there were an estimated 80 million business pages on Facebook, as reported by Hootsuite. While many individuals think that you need to have an official business to open one of these pages, this assumption is incorrect.

2019 141

Increasing Your Qualifications And Opportunites As A Healthcare Professional

Career Alley

Sometimes in the world of business and trade, all you need is a few years of experience to go from a junior role to a middle management position. Discover Career Opportunities Health Care Healthcare Careers

2019 141

Herbal Gardens – Why and How To Start One in Your Kitchen

Ms. Career Girl

If you’re a typical career woman, you probably don’t have time to create and tend to a large backyard garden. But there’s an indoor alternative that’s much easier, and it can provide some great benefits. Herbal gardens are the perfect way to let your green thumb express itself.

2019 157

Moving Up to a Coworking Space

Evil HR Lady

When your organization is small enough and the work can be done remotely, it might not seem worth dragging your employees to one central location — especially considering the cost of leasing a private office. And, conveniently, employees generally love telecommuting. Globally, 70% of professionals work from home at least one day per week , and 20% work remotely regularly.

2019 120

Tips to Stay Safe When You’re at Work

Jobacle

It’s important to keep yourself safe at work. Your employer has a responsibility to maintain a safe workplace, but you also need to protect yourself. There can be serious ramifications to workplace injuries, particularly when they’re serious enough for you to take time off work.

2019 130

How To Build A Credit Scoring Model With The Machine Learning?

Imarticus Learning

Credit bureaus and lending institutions have embraced big data and machine learning to develop credit score models on the basis of which the creditworthiness of a borrower is judged.

2019 74

How To Make A Business Presentation Interesting

Ms. Career Girl

Every great business presentation has the same element: an entertaining, well-informed speaker. It’s the speaker that can make or break a presentation, regardless of the topic.

2019 141

Can You Pay Your Employees to Attend a Political Rally?

Evil HR Lady

Last week, a company in Pennsylvania made headlines when they told employees to either attend a Trump rally, take a vacation day, or take a day off. It seems like an abuse of power for a company to demand attendance at a political rally. Although technically, it was an “official event” and not a campaign one , that is just semantics. Trump’s opponents are campaigning heavily , and Trump urged attendees to vote for him.).

2019 115

How To Build The Perfect Restaurant Website

Jobacle

Restaurants with a quality online presence generate more foot traffic than those without their own websites. For this reason, many restaurant owners are inquiring about building the latest restaurant websites with menu options, online ordering and social integrations.

2019 130

How to Start an Online Business

Boomers Next Step

Do you want to start an online business? Are you considering an online business? Do you want to start an online business but do not know where to start? Are you currently running an offline business and would like to utilize the power of the internet to grow your profit?

2019 70

Ten Tips to Help You Cope With Anxiety

Ms. Career Girl

During multiple periods in your life, you’ll feel your heart racing when facing a stressful situation. You might also witness your palms get sweaty when dealing with a difficult situation. When that happens, you’re dealing with anxiety.

2019 130

Why Life Skills Are Also Needed

The Undercover Recruiter

I have often written about the skills, attributes, and experience that a recruiter should ideally possess to be successful however I wanted to take the opportunity to recommend the other aspects of your life you should also focus on if you want to ensure you achieve all of your potentials.

2019 100

?? Top Useful Ways Job Seekers Are Using Video Today

JobMob

How to get the most out of YouTube to get a job. Photo by Jakob Owens. While there's a good chance you have a smartphone camera capable of recording video in full HD or even 4K, there's an even better chance you've never tried using it as a job search tool.

2019 64

Best Mid-life Career Change Tips

Boomers Next Step

Mid-life Career Change Tips Making a mid-life career change is a little tougher because of family and financial commitments. But, with the right amount of preparation, you can shift gears and do what you love.

2019 60

3 Surprising Phone Interview Tips

Career Realism

Phone interviews are becoming more and more important in the job search. They are your gateway to get to the face-to-face interview. Employers try to screen candidates out with phone interviews because they need to narrow down their list of applicants to bring on site.

Could You be Doing More to Promote Employee Development?

The Undercover Recruiter

Research carried out by financial services firm the MPA Group has found that a quarter of office workers invest no time at all in professional development and learning new skills.

2019 94

Ashwadhama Expresses How Imarticus Learning Gave His Career a Starting Point.

Imarticus Learning

Ashwadhama joined Imarticus Learning as a fresher. He was just out of his graduation when he decided to make a career in Investment Banking and went for a training program by Imarticus Learning, and that was the starting point for his career.

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When Turnover Is High But That Means You're World Class.

HR Capitalist

Good leaders attract followers; great leaders create more leaders. Turnover sucks. Except when people promote themselves by leaving you, and you have a track record of that being the primary cause of your turnover.

2019 73

How To Connect With Potential Employers During Your Job Search

Career Realism

It's hard to be passionate about a job when you have no connection to the company. How do you show enthusiasm in your cover letter and job interview if you don't absolutely love what you'd be doing, or where you'd be doing it?

2019 78

How to Successfully Manage a Large Team

The Undercover Recruiter

For any career-driven individual, embarking on a managerial role is the next step to progressing and moving up the ranks in their career. However, being a manager can be a demanding job with a lot of responsibility – especially when you add managing a large, multi-cultural team to the mix.

2019 89

Why Bookkeeping Bots Are An Important Part Of Fintech Business World?

Imarticus Learning

Bots can keep your records in various areas of your business and the bookkeeper can integrate the books of the various departments to help you get a complete overview to base your crucial budgeting decisions. No wonder then that the fintech startups focus on bots in record keeping and accounting.

2019 52

how can I navigate office politics when I hate hierarchy and authority?

Ask A Manager

It’s the Thursday “ask the readers” question. A reader writes: I recently left a long-term job that I was pretty happy in, but had very limited earning potential and no real opportunity for growth. I was offered an amazing opportunity in an industry I’d been trying to break into for a while and just finished my first week there. I really enjoyed my first week, and I really, really want to succeed in this job.

2019 72

How To Answer 7 Of The Most Common Interview Questions

Career Realism

Interview questions are not as straightforward as they seem, and answering just one question incorrectly may put you out of the running for a job. The takeaway? Be ready to read between the lines.

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