Sat.May 04, 2019 - Fri.May 10, 2019

10 Books for Mom – For The Mom Who Does It All

Ms. Career Girl

Mothers can be the most influential person in a woman’s life and each year we get to celebrate the mothers who love, cherish and support their children and those most important to them.

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Advantages and Disadvantages Of Using a Temporary Recruitment Agency

Career Alley

With employment at a record high, it is becoming a lot more difficult for businesses to attract the correct level of talent into their business and they are sometimes having to think outside of the box. Find your Dream Job Recruitment

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Patience, Grasshopper: Culture and Qualifications Fit Take Time

Career Trend

The Reality of Job Search Patience, Grasshopper: If ever this phrase was more applicable, it is during executive job search.

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Overcome Age Discrimination in Your Job Search by Changing the Perception of You

Executive Career Brand

Are you 50-ish, in a job search, and worried about age discrimination? It’s time to recapture the “Benjamin Button” in you. Age discrimination is real and it can be crippling. Earlier in your career, doors were swinging wide open and now it seems virtually impossible to get your foot in one of them.

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Do You Know The Symptoms of High Blood Pressure?

Ms. Career Girl

Of course, there are none. That’s why high blood pressure has been called the silent killer. And why 46% of Americans have hypertension, or what we commonly call high blood pressure. It’s the second most common cause of preventable death from any cause in the U.S.,

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The Challenges & Joys Of Working Abroad

Career Alley

Take a look at some of the challenges and joys of working abroad, with the goal of making it a little easier for you when it does happen to you. Discover Career Opportunities expats Working Abroad

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Are Cover Letters a Thing of the Past?

Professional Resume Services

The two traditional components needed to apply for a job include a cover letter and a resume. As technology and the job searching process has evolved, though, many people wonder whether it’s still necessary to include a cover letter with their application.

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Robyn Matarazzo: Yes, You Can Have it All, Do it All, and Be it All

Ms. Career Girl

I think I find stability in professional chaos, which has made me a great business woman. I started my business with the intent of doing business development for small businesses in Westchester County. And thought that I would remain local and truly just enjoy always being close to home.

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Did You Know That. Employer-Paid Moving Expenses are Now Taxed as Employee Income?

Sklover Working Wisdom

Yes, the 2018 “Tax Reform” law in the U.S. made employer-paid and employer-reimbursed relocation costs – even when your moving is requested by the employer – income to the employee, and thus taxed to the employee? Yikes!

2019 130

The Importance of LinkedIn Groups

Professional Resume Services

You can take your job search or career to the next level by using all of the features LinkedIn offers to your advantage. The truth is, though, many executives aren’t proactive enough in this regard. A key aspect of your LinkedIn profile development is joining various groups related to your industry.

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Patience, Grasshopper: Culture and Qualifications Fit Take Time

Career Trend

The Reality of Job Search Patience, Grasshopper: If ever this phrase was more applicable, it is during executive job search.

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Are You a Good Neighbor – or The One Everyone Hates?

Ms. Career Girl

Most of us humans are quite adept at recognizing what annoys us. But you’re perfectly normal if you aren’t quite as conscious of how what you’re doing might be affecting others. And there’s no place that’s more evident than on the home front.

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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“To be rooted is perhaps the most important and least recognized need of the human soul.” ” – Simone Weil. This observation upon the human experience is, to me, extremely profound, near universal and very powerful.

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The Importance of LinkedIn Groups

Professional Resume Services

You can take your job search or career to the next level by using all of the features LinkedIn offers to your advantage. The truth is, though, many executives aren’t proactive enough in this regard. A key aspect of your LinkedIn profile development is joining various groups related to your industry.

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How to Make Employees Happy

The Undercover Recruiter

Successful businesses have three things in common: an excellent leader, satisfied customers, and happy employees. Compensation can only keep employees long enough. But a positive work environment with attractive perks and benefits to supplement their salary can make happy employees stay for longer.

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Too Many Men: How Female Photographer Vicky Grout is Slaying the Grime Scene 

Ms. Career Girl

Grime music has really shot up in popularity over the last few years with artists such as Skepta and Stormzy making headlines in papers and festivals more and more often.

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On This First Day of Ramadan

Sklover Working Wisdom

– A Message for All our Friends Who Observe This Holy Month: As the crescent moon is sighted, and the holy month of Ramadan begins, may Allah bless you and your family with happiness and grace you with warmth and peace!! 2019 Alan L. Sklover All Rights Reserved. Commercial Use Prohibited

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“I’ve Got Too Many Ideas. How Do I Choose A New Career?”

Career Shifters

Linda's left a stressful and exhausting job. Now she's ready to start something new. The only question is, what? When you've got so many potential paths in front of you, how do you choose the right one

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Upskilling the Workforce

The Undercover Recruiter

Employers are increasingly finding ways to upskill existing staff rather than recruiting new staff for their organizations.

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Sweating it: The Serious Implications of Hyperhidrosis

Ms. Career Girl

On these hot summer days, we become more self-conscious than usual. We buy more expensive and stronger antiperspirants, we keep checking in secret for sweat marks, and we have a perfume nearby for emergencies. We try to hide from the sun at all costs.

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Cinco de Mayo

Sklover Working Wisdom

To All Our Friends. Who Celebrate. Cinco de Mayo. Cinco de Mayo literally translates from Spanish as “Fifth Day of May.”

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Welcome to Tax Hell, Little Earl of Sussex

Evil HR Lady

Congratulations are in order to Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, as they welcomed their yet unnamed son into the world yesterday. The new little Earl ( he won’t get a Prince title like his cousins ) weighed in at a healthy weighs 7lbs. 3oz and comes with a life long tax burden.

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The Race to Close the Tech Gap

The Undercover Recruiter

An anticipated 8.6 million new tech jobs are expected to emerge over the next decade. This is a startling statistic for modern companies to digest, especially as they already face challenges to fill existing tech and IT jobs due to a growing shortage of digital talent.

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What is Blockchain Technology? Step-by-step Guide For Beginner

Imarticus Learning

Data-driven industries will take the Blockchain-Route to enhance data usage, storage and issues like transparency, trust, cryptography and more. Blockchain is an alternative providing decentralization of data which otherwise was maintained by the central server.

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My Manager Is Holding A Grudge Against Me. Help!

Career Realism

In this week's episode of "Well This Happened", we want to know what you would do if your manager was holding a grudge against. How would you address this with them? We want YOU to be the career coach and tell us which one is the RIGHT answer! Think you know?

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You Won’t Be Happy Until You Follow Adam Sandler’s Hilarious Advice from Saturday Night Live

Evil HR Lady

Saturday Night Live isn’t really known for helping people make better life choices (although the Steve Martin, Amy Poehler, and Chris Parnell sketch “Don’t Buy Things You Can’t Afford” is a clear exception). But, this past Saturday Adam Sandler gave amazing (and hilarious) advice to all of us: you can’t get away from you.

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Where and How to Reach Your Next Sales Superstar

The Undercover Recruiter

In this agile era, in which the biggest difference between two products or services often comes down to branding, businesses need to renew their focus on their strongest resource: their people.

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What are some Data Analytics Internship questions?

Imarticus Learning

What do Data Analysts do? Data analytics (DA) is the science that deals with examining raw data sets to understand the useful information they contain. This process is aided by specialized software systems.

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????? 7 Ways People Usually Fail at Salary Negotiations

JobMob

Avoid the common salary negotiation mistakes that cost you the most. Photo by Benjamin Elliott. This is a guest post by Joseph Richards. As very few of us are ever directly taught how to negotiate our salaries , the culture we are from determines in large part how comfortable we are negotiating.

Should I Suspend an Employee While I Investigate?

Evil HR Lady

A patient has accused one of our employees of a HIPAA violation. The patient says the employee looked up her medical records and shared the information with her neighbor. We are, of course, conducting an investigation, but this is our first HIPAA investigation, so we’re not sure what to do while it occurs. Should the employee be suspended while we investigate? Should we withhold her patient access? Should she be paid? Naturally, if we find that she did do this, she’ll be fired.

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How Listening to Your Mom Teaches You About Management

The Undercover Recruiter

Always listen to your mother, the adage goes, because sooner or later you’ll realize she was right all along. Sometimes it’s hard to take mom’s advice.

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What is It Like to Work As a Data Analyst?

Imarticus Learning

If the job of a data analyst is your career choice, then research well because this is the job that you will be doing day in and day out for many years.

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what’s the pettiest thing you’ve done at work (or seen done)?

Ask A Manager

One thing that’s funny about work is that people can really, really worked up about things that they’d be far better off just letting go — think, for example, of 12-paragraph rants about office supplies or the person who threw away a coworker’s mug as an act of revenge over work assignments. I want to hear about the pettiest thing you’ve ever done at work, or seen done. Share in the comments!

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7 Lawsuits Claim Amazon Fires Pregnant Women

Evil HR Lady

Amazon is all about the money. They fully admit to firing people based on a computer algorithm. They also are a huge company, with over 600,000 employees. With that many employees, you’ll end up with a lot of pregnant women–each woman has a manager. All it takes for a lawsuit is for an employee to feel that they were treated unfairly and for a lawyer to be willing to take the case. . While some employment lawsuits result in huge payouts , most don’t.

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The DIY Guide to EVP Development

The Undercover Recruiter

Some people pay hundreds, or even thousands to get professionals to help them define its Employee Value Proposition (EVP) but there are ways to do it yourself in-house.

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Five Ways to Understand Importance of Big Data

Imarticus Learning

Modern times handle Big-data and the amount of data just keeps growing by the moment. Today enterprises not only use the data generated by them but also cull the data from internet services, audio clips, video s, social posts, blogs, and other sources. Understanding Importance of Big Data.

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a happy ending

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’ve been reading your blog for many years, starting when I was miserable and stuck in a role with an awful manager, and your advice has made a big impact on how I approach work and applying for jobs. Most recently, I was laid off last fall from my job at a small nonprofit. (My

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