Sat.Mar 23, 2019 - Fri.Mar 29, 2019

Why Active Listening Is So Important (and How to Learn It)

Ms. Career Girl

Don’t let the name fool you—soft skills are some of the most important skills you can develop. And among them, active listening is one of the best soft skills you can master.

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Sure-Fire Signs that it is Time for a Career Change

Career Alley

Have you ever had one of those days when your heart just isn’t into it anymore? If you feel as though this doesn’t work, then you may want to explore the possibility of a new career. Find your Dream Job Career Change

2019 163

How to Combat Digital Noise + Add Value

Career Trend

There’s a whole lot of noise in the world. What are methods to combat digital noise and add value? The internet hums with people selling ideas and wares, competing for intellectual bandwidth. Bombarded with multitudinous data and images, prospects scan sights, sounds and images.

2019 151

From Teaching to Portfolio Career

Career Shifters

“I couldn't take the stress and misalignment anymore.”. Feeling bitter and hopeless, Jackie Boylhart sought help to plan a gradual shift into work that felt like a better fit. Here, she shares why slow and steady wins the race, and how her mindset's been key to the process

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How to Use Your Time Wisely When Searching for an Executive Job

Professional Resume Services

Not too many people truly enjoy the time they spend searching for a new job. While working with an executive resume writer can be an enjoyable and pleasant experience, it’s not the first place executives want to be at any given day.

2019 137

Shaping the Modern Times: 5 Human Resources Trends to Take Note of in 2019

Career Alley

Today’s workforce focuses on learning new things each and every day as they aspire to grow. Today's managers are working on ways to create different opportunities aimed at promoting and engaging their teams. Discover Career Opportunities Human Resources

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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“People start to heal the moment they feel heard.” ” – Cheryl Richardson. It is so, so true.

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What Do You Know About Social Recruiting?

Professional Resume Services

The vast majority of employers today look on social networks before even considering bringing a candidate in for an interview. Too many executives believe they don’t need an online presence since the experience on their resume speaks for itself.

2019 133

7 Ideas for Starting Your Transportation Business

Career Alley

Whether it’s pizzas or parcels, families or groups of schoolkids: there’s always something or someone that needs to be somewhere else, and someone somewhere willing to pay for this to get the job done. Discover Career Opportunities Entrepreneur Small Business

Improving Decision-Making Processes in the Workplace


Everyone has their own unique struggles with making decisions. Even the most logical people have shortcomings in this department. It’s always essential to optimize outcomes when you’re making choices for an organization. These are a few ideas for improving decision-making in the workplace.

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“How Do I Make Progress Towards My Dream Career, When I Can't Afford To Retrain?”

Career Shifters

James is serious about changing his career. There's just one problem – he can't afford to study for the qualification he needs to pursue his ideal work. How do you make progress with your shift, when you don't have the money to make it possible

2019 181

Uptight Coworkers? Spiking Their Drinks with LSD is Not the Way to Solve this Problem.

Evil HR Lady

Do your coworkers lack a sense of humor? Are they not excited about happy hour on Thursdays? Well, a 19-year-old Enterprise Rent-A-Car worker in Missouri admits to giving his coworkers LSD laced drinks to his coworkers because “they were too uptight, and needed to have better energy.” ” “…allegedly told investigators he did it because “they were too uptight, and needed to have better energy,” [link] — Alyssa Hernandez | High on HR (@highonhr) March 23, 2019.

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The 11 Best Spring Reads For Female Entrepreneurs

Ms. Career Girl

If you’re working on a goal for 2019 to be more successful, educated, patient, or just a better leader in general, you’ve come to the right place. A wonderful way to keep moving towards your goal is to pick up impactful books. But as a female entrepreneur, how do you know what to read?

2019 156

4 Things Hiring Managers Look for In Resumes


A resume is an effective tool for conveying your interest and eligibility for a new job. However, many job seekers find it challenging to stand out from the competition and don’t know how to optimize their resume to catch the eye of their would-be future employer.

2019 163

Job Security Secret: If you hear “At Will,” think “Unless Otherwise Agreed” (“U.O.A.”)

Sklover Working Wisdom

Job Security Secret: If you hear “At Will,” think “ Unless Otherwise Agreed ” (“ U. Whenever an employee talks about having no Job Security, they almost always mention that they are only an “at will” employee.” The discussion should not end there. Most people know that “at will” employment means that either the employer or the employee may end their work relation at any time. It is a kind of harsh freedom for each party to end the work relation.

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Don’t Believe Your Boss and HR When They Tell You This

Evil HR Lady

“You will not be eligible for unemployment because you are quitting,” said John’s boss and HR manager. That makes sense, right? But there was a lot more to the story. John’s company wanted to transfer him across the country–from Indiana to Arizona. He turned down the transfer, and so they said he had to resign and wouldn’t be eligible for unemployment or severance–because they had offered him a perfectly good job.

2019 146

Riding a Business Career? Rein in Your Career Success By Taking The Right Path!

Ms. Career Girl

So, you’ve got your business career launched with a bachelor’s degree. Now, there are career path choices that can make a huge difference in both personal satisfaction as well as earning potential.

2019 151

What are The Short Term Professional Courses After Graduation in Finance?

Imarticus Learning

Many freshly graduated aspirants are found to be in quite a dilemma these days. This is mainly because of the fact that the world is becoming quite a competitive space.

2019 83

How to Resuscitate Employee Motivation

The Undercover Recruiter

You’ve got the best people on board. They can do the job like The Avengers while juggling a bunch of oranges. But – The spark has gone. Their performance nosedived, and it feels frustrating. You even tried Cheetos and Lava lamps to get performance numbers back up.

2019 109

The 5 Employment Laws Every Manager Should know

Evil HR Lady

Employment law is complicated and can have big repercussions for your company if employees fail to adhere to it—either out of ignorance or neglect. A talent contractor for Comcast was just forced to pay $7.5 million to settle a lawsuit over unpaid overtime—a violation of employment law. While you can’t expect everyone at your company to be experts in the law (that’s why you should have an attorney on retainer), your managers should be trained on the basics.

Sustaining Innovation vs. Disruptive Innovation

Ms. Career Girl

Being a successful business leader means having a clear understanding of what drives a company forward. It means having a firm grasp on the knowledge of how today’s decisions affect tomorrow’s bottom line.

2019 130

Become Data Scientist in 90 Days

Imarticus Learning

Data science is similar to any other field of science. The scientists involved conducted their own research and based on the information available form hypothesis and theories.

2019 82

How to Get the Best Feedback on Your Recruiting Process

The Undercover Recruiter

Because your recruitment company wants to be sure to connect with the highest echelon of potential job candidates and companies seeking to hire, it is imperative to utilize the most convenient and effective methodology when it comes to your overall processes.

2019 107

You Can Support Women and Ban Babies from the Office

Evil HR Lady

Babies are so adorable. I’ve had two and would have had more if circumstances were different. Some companies allow new moms to bring their babies into the office for a while. If that’s what you want for your company, that’s great! But you don’t need to feel guilty for one minute about saying no to a request to bring a newborn into the office.

2019 141

Outsmart LinkedIn’s Ugly Gray Logo Box

Avid Careerist

If your profile sports an unattractive gray box next to your current job title, it’s time to learn how to add a company page and logo to LinkedIn (stick with. Read More. The post Outsmart LinkedIn’s Ugly Gray Logo Box appeared first on AvidCareerist. Uncategorized Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile

2019 65

A Newbies Guide to Investment Banking

Imarticus Learning

To the layperson with limited knowledge of commerce and banking, ‘Investment Banking’ is bound to be a mystery of sorts.

3 Ways Learning and Development Programs Improve Your Employer Brand

The Undercover Recruiter

Sponsored content A strong employer brand attracts strong talent. Here’s how L&D programs help you do just that. It’s no secret that employer brand and employee engagement are intertwined.

2019 104

The Benefits of Employee Assistance Programs

Evil HR Lady

Every employer knows that employees want health insurance and a retirement plan, but employee assistance programs are also very important, even if you’ve never heard of them. What are employee assistance programs (EAPs)? Basically, an employee assistance program helps employees solve non-work problems. They can provide assistance with finances, legal issues, and even marriage problems.

2019 131

How To Negotiate The Salary You Deserve

Career Realism

Negotiating salary can be a scary, intimidating experience. However, if you go in prepared, it doesn't have to be that way - you can confidently negotiate for a salary you deserve. But how?

How do data scientists publish their work?

Imarticus Learning

A data scientist is someone who has a skill set and qualification in interpreting and analyzing complex data that a company deals with. This interpretation and analysis make it easier for the general public to understand it.

2019 77

6 Ways to Get the Best Out of Junior Resourcers

The Undercover Recruiter

When you’re looking to recruit the best possible candidates for your vacancies, having a strong, high performing resourcing team is vital.

2019 102

New Jersey Makes It Illegal To Require Victims in Discrimination or Harassment Cases to Remain Silent

Evil HR Lady

When companies settle harassment, discrimination, or retaliation cases, it’s pretty standard that all parties sign non-disclosure agreements. For example, a Florida man had to give back an $80,000 settlement for discrimination after his daughter blabbed. But, New Jersey has decided enough is enough , and from now on, if the victim wants to keep everything quiet, they can, but if they want to speak up, there’s nothing to stop them.

Where We Start

Learning Voyager

Sometimes a career transition can feel groundless, like there is nothing but air beneath your feet. My career has evolved in some interesting ways. It did not go according to a plan. What plan? There never was one. What there was, I believe, was an inner truth.and an inner guidance system.

2019 75

10 Common Myths About Machine Learning

Imarticus Learning

Meta description- Some myths about machine learning have been generated over the years. This article will enlighten whether they are to be believed or to be ignored. . Overview.

2019 75

Creating a First-Class Recruiting Process with Surveys

The Undercover Recruiter

Sponsored Content Recruiting is one of the organization’s most vital functions. When your goal is attracting talent that’s highly motivated and high-performing, the first step to getting there is listening.

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Do Keyword Research

Boomers Next Step

Keyword Research Is Essential Your content marketing strategy’s success depends largely on the keywords you target so you need to do keyword research.

2019 52

an employee keeps complaining to me about her boss, who I manage

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’ve been the director of my library for about two years now, and there’s one employee who I’m having a really hard time understanding how to manage. Cynthia is managed by Jessica, and I manage Jessica. Cynthia is very type A and holds people to incredibly high standards. This sometimes makes her difficult to work with, as she is very meticulous and gets upset when others don’t work in the same manner as she.

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