Sat.Apr 08, 2017 - Fri.Apr 14, 2017

Certified Tips To Become A Successful Real Estate Agent

Ms. Career Girl

The post Certified Tips To Become A Successful Real Estate Agent appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. The following is a guest post by Anurag Gupta. His bio follows. Real estate, being both an investment good as well as a consumption good, is progressing at a very fast pace.

Repurpose Your Career for the 2nd Half of Life

Competitive Resumes

Marc Miller is back on the show again to talk about his new book, “Repurpose Your Career: For the 2nd Half of Life.” ” He shares stories from his clients and helping them to align their interests and careers. Have you decided to make a career pivot in your career?

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How to Write An Irresistible C-suite Executive Resume in 10 Steps

Executive Career Brand

When was the last time you used your executive resume? When was the last time you even thought about it or looked at it? If you’re like many of the c-suite and senior-level executives I work with you’ve either never needed a resume to get noticed and land a job.

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Women Ask for Lower Salaries. It’s Hard to Fix.

Evil HR Lady

Women tend to ask for lower salaries than men do. So, what if we gave women the information on average pay for the position? Wouldn’t that solve the problem? You’d think it would, and I’ve long advocated for salary openness. Knowing what the average was for the position would certainly help you craft a salary, but an experiment at Hired, said it made the gap even wider.

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How to Impress Your Future Boss With a Powerful Cover Letter

Ms. Career Girl

The post How to Impress Your Future Boss With a Powerful Cover Letter appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. A Resume Is Not Just Enough: Yes, the resume is important, but it certainly isn’t the end all.

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How To Manage A Relationship When You Make More Money

Ms. Career Girl

The post How To Manage A Relationship When You Make More Money appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Maintaining a healthy relationship requires an equal amount of skill and experience. But when matters of the heart include money, it can make for a very sticky situation.

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McKinsey Report: Managing Others and Influence Safe From Next Wave of AI/Automation.

HR Capitalist

McKinsey has a pretty good report out about where machines/AI can replace humans, and where they can't. I'd encourage all in the talent space to take a look - here's the link.

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Work Meeting Survival Guide: 5 Easy Tips


Have you ever been in a boring work meeting? Chances are yes, and you know the feeling of being hit over the head with pointless numbers, meaningless diatribes and unnecessary brainstorming from your superiors.

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Reddit Users Prove Team Work and Group Projects Can Be Amazing

Evil HR Lady

. Credit: Reddit. In school, group projects were always a disaster. One control freak, two slackers, and you, who just wanted a good grade. (I’m I’m assuming that Inc. readers were the good students.) But what if there were a group art project and no boss?

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Ms. Career Girl

The post 5 ETIQUETTE TIPS FOR WORKPLACE EVENTS appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. The following is a guest post by Sharon Schweitzer. Her bio follows. Most people can recall basic table manners, but when it comes to office events, decorum is key.

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Degrees Measure Resilience In Employment.And That's Why We Require Them.

HR Capitalist

Do you have to have a degree to get hired at your company? . Maybe. Do you need a degree to be one of the best in any company? Hell no. That's probably why Ernst and Young decided to drop the degree requirement. Then why do we require degrees?

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5 Personalities Every Workplace Should Embrace

The Undercover Recruiter

Cultivating a positive workplace environment is not something achieved by a select few – everyone brings something of their own to the table. Forgive the cliché, but the modern office space is such a hive of activity that it is almost impossible for it to be led by a single presence.

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How to Decide What to Include in Your Resume

Blue Sky Resumes

Writing your resume can be daunting – especially if you’ve had quite a long career or achieved a lot in each of your positions. I know many people find it hard to know what to include.

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4 Best Strategies to Keep Your Remote Team Engaged


When you are running a business or even just managing a team, one of the most valuable things to help you achieve success is a valuable and engaged group of people. However, it isn’t always easy to get your team motivated and keep up employee performance. Team motivation is always down to their immediate manager […] Source. HR employee engagement remote teams remote work

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The Secret Hack You Can Use On LinkedIn To Help Recruiters Find You

Career Realism

The Secret Hack You Can Use On LinkedIn To Help Recruiters Find You. Work It Daily. How can you help recruiters find you on LinkedIn? Use this secret hack to increase your chances of showing up in LinkedIn search results… When you want to find something, what do you do? You probably Google it.

2017 24

Recent LinkedIn Changes: What Executives Should Know

Professional Resume Services

LinkedIn has made some changes to its services recently. Here’s what you need to know. LinkedIn has recently made some changes to their platform, and executives need to know about them.

4 Ways to Create a Company Culture That Boosts Productivity

The Undercover Recruiter

When you give a face to a company, you do more than pimp up your image on social media—you raise morale and enthusiasm of your team and make them more likely to be productive in the workplace. Culture is an important aspect of a company that affects its internal functions. The use of words like.

6 Things To Watch Out For When Reading An Employment Contract

Ms. Career Girl

The post 6 Things To Watch Out For When Reading An Employment Contract appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Starting a new job can be daunting and exciting – especially if it’s your first full-time, graduate job.

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How to Prevent Business Tech Overload

Water Cooler Wisdom

Technology for technology's sake can hurt. We are so inundated with new solutions that it's difficult to assess what's truly important. I discussed this issue with Amber Anderson, CEO of organizational advisory firm Kayson  in Phoenix; Rebecca Devaney, CEO of Hunter Creative Labs , a pro-social product development lab in Boston; and Thomas Smale, co-founder of online business brokerage FE International  in London.

HR Must Be a Catalyst for Change


Mahatma Ghandi said, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” As our worlds and the people in it adjust, organizations must, too. HR professionals are in a great position to be a catalyst for change in our workplaces. Right now, our world is becoming increasingly fluid, as Cecile Alper-Leroux mentions in her […] Source. Experienced HR benefits job descriptions recruiting work perks

How Can Recruiters Create Compelling Content?

The Undercover Recruiter

When did you last do an internet search of your company to find out what content is out there for your future employees to read? Have you ever adjusted your content strategy so that you can share the right information about your company?

5 Minutes To A Faster Job Search

Career Realism

5 Minutes To A Faster Job Search. Work It Daily. There are so many people out there who crave a faster job search. Despite spending hours online looking for jobs and applying to hundreds of job postings per month, they still can’t seem to land the right opportunities.

2017 14

Understanding Your Audience Is the Key to Great Onboarding.

HR Capitalist

I'm up over at CareerBuilder talking about how understanding your audience is the key to great onboarding , with some generational twists. Here's a taste: As with anything talent-related, generational differences should be considered as you are building your onboarding platform at your company. Here’s what you need to know about generations as it relates to onboarding: Millennials/Z – Hopeful that you don’t absolutely suck as an employer, but actively scanning for signs that you do suck.

Job Hunting Do’s and Don’ts for Recent College Grads


Job hunting is hard. And it doesn’t help when the advice you get is obvious stuff you could have figured out yourself. After all, you’re an educated professional in the making. What you’re really. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution. Career Entry Job Search job search recent grads

5 HR Talent Trends for 2017

The Undercover Recruiter

SilkRoad recently published its “2017 State of Talent” report examining more than 1,300 responses to surveys targeting HR professionals.

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employee got her colleagues arrested for smoking pot at a conference and now wants a transfer

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: Three of my reports (two staff and their team manager) were sent to a two-day conference on the other side of the state. According to one of the staff, Sally, when they were back at the hotel after the first day the team manager invited the two of them into his room and offered them a joint to smoke with him. Sally declined, her colleague did not. Sally told the front desk what her manager and colleague were doing, and the hotel called the police after confirming it.

Why Most Employer Branding Videos Are Like Bad 80s Hair Styles

Career Realism

Why Most Employer Branding Videos Are Like Bad 80s Hair Styles. Work It Daily. Most companies these days now know Employer Branding is a critical component of engaging and attracting candidates to their companies and jobs.

18 Job Boards Perfect for Diversity Recruiting Compliance Efforts


Job boards remain an excellent way to engage talent, especially diverse candidates. This is especially important if you are a federal contractor and required to focus on good faith efforts for nine protected classes that include: 1) Age (over 40), 2) Disability, 3) Genetic Information, 4) National Origin, 5) Pregnancy, 6) Race/Color, 7) Religion, 8) Sex and 9) Veterans. Under […] Source. HR diversity diversity hiring diversity recruiting good faith efforts HR compliance OFCCP

Recruit Fans, NOT Candidates!

The Undercover Recruiter

Should we stop advertising jobs to everyone and instead zoom in on the people who are our followers, fans and advocates? We speak to Steve Ward who has pioneered a new approach to talent attraction.

Why Being The Youngest In The Office Isn’t So Bad

Ms. Career Girl

The post Why Being The Youngest In The Office Isn’t So Bad appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. The following is a guest post by Ayah Granada. Her bio follows.

2017 11

Are You Suited For A Caring Career?

Career Alley

It doesn’t matter where you are on the career ladder, you might be having doubts about your chosen path. Career Opportunities Dental Careers Medical Careers

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what to do when a candidate’s salary expectations are too high

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: Our online application system asks candidates to provide salary requirements, and of course we have in mind a target salary for our new hire. How can I best respond to candidates who have salary requirements well outside our range? If the candidate’s target salary is literally double our budget, I don’t want to waste anyone’s time. My first inclination (almost always) is to just be upfront, to say via email, “Thanks for your interest!

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5 Crazy Work Rules That Drive Everybody Mad

The Undercover Recruiter

We all have times at work where we are left fuming at some nonsensical office rule. If you’ve ever had a boss enforce draconian measures, then you’ll know it’s the quickest way to reduce productivity and lower morale. All it does is inflame resentment towards management.

How to Create a Double-Duty Office on a Budget

Ms. Career Girl

The post How to Create a Double-Duty Office on a Budget appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. When you’re running low on space, having a designated office can seem like a dream.

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