Sat.Aug 19, 2017 - Fri.Aug 25, 2017

The Boss’s Husband Is a Jerk. Can Getting Along with Him Be Required?

Evil HR Lady

I work for a woman-owned trucking company. Boss Lady has a husband that is always present, but he is not officially on any paperwork as he collects disability. This husband has verbally assaulted a particular driver on two occasions in the past week. As in yelling and chasing after the driver as the driver tried to get away from him. Now the driver has been told that he will only continue to be employed there if he is nice to the husband. My question is basically if this is legal?

2017 53

How to Dress the Part and Win at Work

Ms. Career Girl

Whether it’s fair or not, you’d be surprised how much your appearance can play a role in how business associates view you. Showing up with wrinkled clothing and out-of-place hair can have an unwelcome effect on your career.

2017 46

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Go Your Own Way By Setting Up As a Contractor

Corn on the Job

If you work in a hands-on job, you’ve likely learned a lot from various people. You might not have gone to college, but perhaps you went to a vocational school or completed an apprenticeship, and you learned as you earned.

GLASSDOOR GOLD: "I'm Not Getting Into This With You".

HR Capitalist

You hate Glassdoor. But amidst all the negativity - and the fact your worst employees are at least 5 times more likely to leave a review than your best employees - are nuggets of truth. Can we agree on that? I was looking up a company over the weekend and found this gem. Please click through or enable pictures if you're an email subscriber for the clip below. . . . Manager - "We've got to let you go. You're not a good fit.". Employee - "Why am I not a good fit?".

Defending Yourself Against False Sexual Harassment Charges

Evil HR Lady

The workplace isn’t filled with angels, and sometimes the devils sexually harass other employees and sometimes they make false accusations. The reasons can range from a genuine misunderstanding to a well thought out lie in the attempt to undermine or destroy someone else’s career. If you are falsely accused of sexually harassing someone, you need to know what to do. Here are a few tips for getting through this nightmare.

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Mark Zuckerberg Is Doing the Right Thing by Taking Two Months of Paternity Leave–Instead of Four

Evil HR Lady

Priscilla Chan and her husband, Mark Zuckerberg, are expecting their second daughter. Any new baby is exciting, but when the baby is Facebook royalty, the world listens to what Dad is going to do about the new baby. Zuckerberg says he’ll take two months of parental leave when the new baby makes her appearance–one month after the birth and then the month of December. He assures us that “I’m pretty sure the office will still be standing when I get back.”

2017 44

Accessorizing For Your Body Shape: Golden Rules For Getting It Right

Ms. Career Girl

When you want to look your best, the chances are that you already know the right clothes to wear to complement your body shape. If you need a little volume in your hops, for example, it’s a good idea to reach for the nearest A-line skirt.

2017 34

The Future of Education and the Future of Work Are Linked

Blogging4jobs

I recently read an article about a meeting of a Tasmanian leadership group. The group was talking about the future of work and what it means for Tasmania. The issues they discussed, especially how. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution. HR future of education future of work Skills Training

5 Do’s and Don’ts for Recruiting High-Level Candidates

The Undercover Recruiter

The recruitment process can be the bane of many a firm’s existence. What should be an exciting time of growth and inspiration can often turn into a nightmare-inducing catastrophe. The knowledge that every new person added can either move the team forward or backward can make the undertaking unnecessarily stressful and complicated, draining valuable resources. View Article. 5 Do’s and Don’ts for Recruiting High-Level Candidates.

2017 22

Today’s Solar Eclipse Will Blind You, Destroy Your Business and Steal Your Cat.

Evil HR Lady

Judging by the number of articles on the internet right now about how everyone is too dumb to survive the solar eclipse without going blind, I expect that by this afternoon, most of the population will need to visit an ophthalmologist. If only I had known about this back when I was choosing my career path, I could have gone to medical school and starting later today I could be filthy rich. In addition to everyone becoming blind, apparently, we are going to go broke as well.

2017 26

3 Things You Can Start To Do Now To Increase Your Income

Ms. Career Girl

Is your budget such that you frequently run out of money before you run out of month? If so, it may be time to look at some options to increase your income. Here are three paths you can start on today that can help you increase your income and build a better and more secure financial future.

2017 34

New to HR? Conducting Your First Interview

Blogging4jobs

There are a variety of styles employers use when conducting interviews and no two companies are exactly the same. Throughout your career, I’m sure there have been interviews that you. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution. HR interviews new to hr

2017 22

“How Do I Transfer My Passion To A New Environment?”

Career Shifters

Kristen likes the people she works with and the way she works, but not the job itself. When you have some of what you want in your career (but not all of it), how can you join the dots to have everything light you up

2017 19

Are ESPN’s Viewers Really this Dumb? Their Management Sure Thinks So

Evil HR Lady

ESPN thought its viewers would be offended by a man named Robert Lee. No, not the Confederate General, whose statue was at the center of the recent Charlottesville protests. This is an Asian man who is a sportscaster. ESPN pulled him from commenting on a University of Virginia football game because they were afraid that their viewers would be offended.

5 inspirational female architects

Ms. Career Girl

Being a woman in an industry as traditionally male-dominated as architecture can be tough. Very tough. In fact, in the 2016 Women in Architecture survey , 68% of women said that the construction industry has not accepted the authority of the female architect.

2017 33

6 Steps to Engaging with Your Workforce

The Undercover Recruiter

Engaged employees demonstrate higher levels of performance, commitment, and loyalty. To build an engaged workforce, there are all sorts of things you can use to inspire employees.

The Secrets to Relocation For Business and Work

Blogging4jobs

Two weeks ago my family and I made the move to Austin, Texas. I purchased a coworking space in Austin we just launched called Duo Works. At present, I’m living in a sea of moving boxes. We have. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution. Life Duo Works life moving relocation

how to reject a really bad internal applicant

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I am in a fantastic position: I got promoted in May and get to build my own team from within the department. I’ve had interim team members up to this point, but people have now applied for two permanent positions. I have three applicants for these positions. Here’s the problem: our job is fairly customer-facing, and requires mostly independent work. Two of the applicants, Chachi and Joanie, would be a great fit for the work we do.

2017 19

College Dorm Ahead? What To Take, What To Leave Behind

Ms. Career Girl

Whether it’s you or your college-bound daughter, if there’s life in the dorms awaiting you, it’s going to require some big adjustments. From the choice of how much and which “stuff” to bring along to the attendant emotions, it can be challenging.

2017 21

5 Tips on Encouraging Women in Business

The Undercover Recruiter

Tips on encouraging more women to progress in business are just as effective for encouraging more men to stay and climb the career ladder in your organisation as well. The aim is to create a culture where everyone can work in a way which makes them feel productive and engaged.

3 Ways To Find the Missing Piece In Your Workforce

Blogging4jobs

Indeed recently compiled a list of the best jobs of 2017, based on number of job postings, salary and growth opportunity. What we found is that technical roles continue to be in high demand – . Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution. HR hard to fill hiring process recruiting talent pipeline

my employee shouted “F you!” at a coworker — but he was provoked

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’ve been a manager at my company for nearly 10 years, but only with my current team for about six months. My role is hectic, and at the insistence of my own manager I am regularly required to attend meetings and other sessions away from the office, leaving the team to fend for themselves. The team is generally pretty easy to manage, but there are a couple of personalities that cause me some issues.

2017 19

Be the Product

Ms. Career Girl

There’s not a week that goes by where I don’t read some article explaining successful people’s morning routines. I’ve stopped reading them as I generally end up feeling like I’m still not doing enough. Feeling bad about yourself is not a great way to start the day.

2017 21

How to Reinvigorate Your Workforce

The Undercover Recruiter

Productivity is high on current business agendas, both at a national-level and for individual business leaders as ONS figures continue to show a fall in the output per hour. In order to attain good financial results, customer satisfaction and high output, employee engagement needs to be a priority.

Why Is This Manager Riding Your ### In The (NFL) Workplace?

HR Capitalist

Capitalist Note: Please make it stop. This slow season on the sports front is killing me. Can football go ahead and get here so we have some meaningful programming? No, baseball doesn't count - sorry - at either the pro level or the Little League World Series level.

new employee faking her social media following, my manager tries to sell me products I don’t want, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s four answers to four questions. Here we go…. My manager is trying to sell me multi-level marketing products. I am currently in my first position after graduate school. I have been in this position a little over a year, and was recently promoted. I really love what I do and the people I work with. I am a little nervous when news of my promotion comes out for one reason: MLMs (multi-level marketing programs). A family member of my supervisor is involved in a side hustle for an MLM.

2017 17

Figuring Out the Female Boss: Two Key Steps

Ms. Career Girl

A bad boss can make the workplace miserable. And sometimes this person is a woman. Given how much time people spend in this office, life itself can become wretched. You start to feel angry, humiliated, anxious, and depressed.

2017 21

18 Reasons Every Company Should Use Gmail

The Undercover Recruiter

Even in 2017, email can be considered the circulatory system in the body of your business. While other communication tools such as SMS, instant messaging, Slack and CoSchedule often augment a company’s communication strategy, email remains the solid core of business correspondence.

The Solar Eclipse Killed Work Productivity in America.

HR Capitalist

OK - that title's click bait, but wait, don't leave. First up, Reuters DID report that American employers saw at least $694 million in missing output from the roughly 20 minutes that outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas estimated workers took out of their workday on Monday, Aug. 21 to stretch their legs, head outside the office and gaze at the nearly two-and-a-half minute eclipse.

working with an over-complimenter, former employee is angry we didn’t acknowledge a death in his family, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Working with an over-complimenter. We have this new coworker. She has a really nice demeanor, so when she gave me a couple of compliments, like clothes and makeup, it didn’t seem like a big deal. Now that a few months have passed, I can honestly say the complimenting has gotten out of control. It’s every single day!

2018 16

How To Turn Football Party Leftovers Into DIY Beauty Recipes

Ms. Career Girl

Hi guys! I’m Heather Marianna, creator of Beauty Kitchen , an all-natural beauty and skincare line with whimsical products including red wine eye gels, chocolate sugar scrub, watermelon lip mask, bath bombs, clay masks and more.

Barclays Puts Creepy Sensors to See Where All the Bankers Are

Evil HR Lady

You’d be perfectly okay with your boss installing a monitoring device called “OccupEye” that can tell them when you’re at your desk and when you’re not, right? The fact that it has a creepy name doesn’t really help me feel comfortable about such a device.

Should You Blind Hire?

The Undercover Recruiter

Prejudice in recruitment is prevalent and hard to overcome. Human beings aren’t good at being perfectly unbiased. We all have bias, conscious or unconscious, and it’s this deep-rooted nature of human prejudice that remains a recurring hurdle in diversity recruitment.

my office posted “no complaining” posters, dinner with my boss cost me $500, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My office posted “no complaining” posters. My workplace recently put up these posters around the office in an attempt to… Well, I guess their hope is to improve morale in the long run. I find it condescending, but I’m not sure if that’s fair or if the generally low moral here is clouding my judgment. The posters say: “The No Complaining Rule: Employees are not allowed to mindlessly complain to their coworkers.

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