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

Five Little-Known Ways to Stand Out in Your Interview

Career Alley

There are tons of different ways to give a good interview, and many have been discussed at length. Whether you're doing your research on the company to practicing for interview questions ahead of time, all types of preparation are important. Nail the Interview interview

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How I Made My Entrepreneurial Goals a Reality

Ms. Career Girl

Ever since I was little, I’ve been an entrepreneur at heart. When I was just six years old, you could usually find me making little trinkets, setting up a “shop” in my basement, and selling them to my family and friends.

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5 Simple Tips for Answering Phone Interview Questions

Cube Rules

Once your resume is out there, the next step in the hiring process is usually a phone interview with a recruiter. Someone who is an intermediary between you and a hiring manager interview.

For Thanksgiving Day:

Sklover Working Wisdom

“On many holidays, we celebrate our independence. On Thanksgiving, we acknowledge our dependence.”. – William Jennings Bryan. 2019 Alan L. Sklover All Rights Reserved. Commercial Use Prohibited. The post For Thanksgiving Day: appeared first on Sklover Working Wisdom

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Short Term Loans: A Relief To Your Bad Credit Between Jobs

Career Alley

Even the unemployed and those switching between jobs can get a loan, provided that they fulfill certain criteria. Career Advice debt Debt relief

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What Does Integrity in Business Actually Mean?

Ms. Career Girl

Every entrepreneur knows how vital it is to have employees you can count on to succeed in business. This is why loyalty and integrity are the two selection criteria on most of the soft skill selection lists of any Human Resource department.

2019 180

Leading A Double Life At Work? Why This Is Keeping You Trapped – And What To Do About It

Career Shifters

Feel like a fraud in your job? As though you're only a fraction of yourself from Monday to Friday? Or, worse, someone else altogether? This is likely affecting more than just your mood.

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Keeping Up with a Changing Job Market: 6 Recession-Proof Jobs We All Need to Know About

Career Alley

If you’re after a career that provides you with job security, here are six recession-proof jobs that you need to know about. Find your Dream Job Job Market jobs recession proof jobs

2019 141

Big Media Finds out that Salary Secrecy is Dead. Spreadsheets Share Everything

Evil HR Lady

There is, theoretically, a senior editor at The New York Times who earns $195,000 a year plus a $40,000 bonus and another senior editor who earns $128,000 with a $10,000 bonus. I can’t verify this (“Hi, New York Times, could you give me a list of salaries, or perhaps connect me with the editor who ears $195K?”), ”), but it doesn’t matter–it’s what someone is reporting, and perception becomes a reality.

2019 144

From Software Trainer to Digital Nomad (Plus Post-Shift Update)

Career Shifters

“It was miserable. I knew there had to be a better way.”. Esther Inman was sure that if she put her mind to it, she could find more-flexible, location-independent work. So, she took a leap of faith to make it happen.

2019 165

Work with KD: Content Creator/Brand Accelerator Job at Kinetix in Atlanta.

HR Capitalist

Attention Atlanta Connections - Cool opportunity to do fun brand and marketing stuff with yours truly. Please share this with folks you think might be a fit! Click this link to apply - full job posting at link and also below: -. Content Creator/Brand Accelerator.

Survival Of The Job Seekers- Interview Tips Your Competition Doesn’t Know

Career Alley

Everyone wants to know what the secret is to get an edge on the competition while job searching. The best place to turn to when it comes to this is to the people who interview and hire for jobs themselves. Nail the Interview Interview Tips Interviews

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This Dutch Grocery Store Asked Their Employees to Strip Down to Their Underwear and Take a Picture

Evil HR Lady

Pop Quiz: You want to change your employee uniforms and need to know which sizes to order do you. Ask your employees their sizes. Ask a clothing manufacturer to deliver uniforms based on population statistics. Ask your employees to take a picture of themselves in their underwear and upload it to an app. If you’re Dutch Grocery Store Albert Heijn, you picked C, and boy was this a bad idea.

2019 142

Data Analytics Changing the Structure of Media and Entertainment Industry

Imarticus Learning

Big Data Analytics Course is a highly searched course on Search Engines. Also termed as Data analytics, it is among the indomitable tools that allow businesses to compete in the market. Around 73% of the businesses are involved with Data Analytics in some ways.

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What Makes a Good Boss?

The Undercover Recruiter

From the ridiculous antics of David Brent in ‘The Office’ to greedy Montgomery Burns in The Simpsons, there are many awful fictional managers on TV. What about in real life?

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Who Sucked Out The Feeling? You Did.

HR Capitalist

Look around could it bring somebody down If I never made a sound again? Who sucked out the feeling? Sucked Out by Superdrag. Quick thought while I'm on vacation. Let's say you're on a conference call, you've got 3 people in a room and either another person or team on the other line.

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Don’t Let Thanksgiving Turn into a Performance Appraisal

Evil HR Lady

Fifty-five million Americans will travel 50 miles or more this week for Thanksgiving , according to AAA. You’ll probably either end up at a relative’s door or have relatives showing up at yours. And it will be great. Or it will be terrible. And the difference between these two options isn’t food-based, but rather performance appraisal based.

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grown women are not “girl bosses”

Ask A Manager

To all the marketing people who keep emailing me pitches where they call grown women “girl bosses”: This is gross and sexist and you should stop. They’re women, not girls. And the default for “boss” is not male. Boss” covers all genders. You don’t need to modify it with gender, just like you wouldn’t (one hopes) say “girl pilot” or “girl lawyer.”. Or “boy boss.”.

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How to Keep Your Staff Productive Without Sacrificing the Festive Spirit

The Undercover Recruiter

Despite being a celebratory month for all in the working world, the month of December can pose some additional challenges for employers and employees alike.

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Consumer Needs are at the Forefront of Digital Transformation in Banking

Imarticus Learning

‘Going digital’ applies to so much more than just using social media or moving data to cloud devices. In the banking sector, it relates to a complete overhaul of the way banks and credit unions understand, contact and please customers– the digitization in banking as they call it. The first step to a successful digital transformation in the banking sector starts with an understanding of the attitudes, desires, and choices of digital consumers.

Don’t Use “Unemployed” To Describe Yourself. Here’s Why.

Career Realism

I want to take a minute to talk about the word "unemployed." If you're one of the more than 15 million Americans who is unemployed at the moment, I want you to listen up because I want you to stop using that word in your vocabulary from this day forward. It is a negative word. It is a defeatist word.

2019 69

should I tell an employee the real reason I’m firing him?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I manage employees who start with a three-month probationary period. I have a current probationary employee who has not taken direction well, has acted defensively and challenged basic instructions about how to do his job, has rolled his eyes when provided with feedback on how to do certain tasks, and ironically who has also sought me out for instructions in situations where the course of action for him to take should have been immediately obvious.

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Purposeful Productivity

The Undercover Recruiter

Work matters to your people and they want their work to matter in the world. Finding that alignment enhances fulfillment at work, leading to increased productivity, innovative and creative working, and means employees are more likely to stay in the role. Sounds idealistic?

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What if you would like to switch your career towards Blockchain?

Imarticus Learning

There has been an incredible advancement in the evolution of Blockchain technology over the past couple of years. In various sectors in the society, from healthcare, education, logistics, industrial supply chains and more, Blockchain has been adopted and implemented upon industries.

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LinkedIn For Beginners: The #1 Thing Job Seekers Need To Do

Career Realism

A common question I get from job seekers on LinkedIn is: "What is the best way for employers to notice your LinkedIn profile and how should it be set up?" Well, the answer is pretty simple.

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the document bonfire, the dragon video call, and other amazing work moments

Ask A Manager

One of my favorite things about running this site is getting to hear people’s mortifying stories from their pasts. In lieu of any more posts today since it’s Thanksgiving, here are some of my favorites from the last 12 years. •. •. •. •. •. “I work from home, and since my job doesn’t require much video calls, I used to dress pretty chill when I was at home. Then, my friend bought me a Kigurumi, aka that one piece pajama shaped like an animal, with the hood that is shaped like an animal.

2019 62

How to Use your Brand Story to Attract New Talent

The Undercover Recruiter

Every company has a brand, but how many of you know about the story behind the brand? For some companies, the story is bigger than the brand and they use that to their advantage. Like the American health care giant CVS Health.

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Cryptocurrency Careers that Will See High Demand in the Future

Imarticus Learning

Over the last year or two, cryptocurrency has spread like wildfire through the interwebs, evolving from a once unknown form of payment to one that’s preferred and advocated for by thousands across the globe.

2019 56

Candidates’ Priorities in the Modern Workplace

The Undercover Recruiter

As recruiters, we need to understand what makes our candidates tick. To gain a deeper insight into candidates’ priorities, Tiger Recruitment recently commissioned a survey of 1,000 UK employees, with interesting results.

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This Simple Benefit Could Help You Recruit Top Talent

The Undercover Recruiter

Seventy-eight percent of professionals have experienced feelings of burnout at some point in their careers, according to new research.

2019 93

4 Tips on Taking Your Recruitment Business Global

The Undercover Recruiter

Setting up a recruitment business anywhere isn’t a task to be taken lightly, but once you start to go international things become more complicated.

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Difference Between Full Stack Developer and Software Engineer

Imarticus Learning

Technical jobs and designations may appear confusing, but they have clearly defined roles and responsibilities. Similarly, technical courses also specifically focus on a specific layer of developing an application.

Why Agile is Important

Imarticus Learning

Any software methodological framework used to plan and structure the development of a system is a development methodology. Over the years, many development methodologies have evolved according to the needs and wants of the business. Scrum, Lean and waterfall methodologies are examples of this. Like any other methodologies, these too have their strengths and weaknesses. Amongst these, Agile methodology has proven its effectiveness in larger and smaller organizations.

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one of the managers who reports to me only hires conventionally attractive people

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’m pretty confident one of the managers who reports to me is (consciously or not) biased towards hiring really good-looking people. He’s hired just under a dozen folks over the last year, and to a person, those hires are extremely attractive women (and one man who made an early-career switch away from literal modeling), in a way which feels way too overwhelming and consistent to be a coincidence.

2019 61

should students prioritize interviews over classes, complaining about my sister’s manager, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Should graduating students prioritize interviews or schoolwork? I’m responsible for hiring at my company, and we have a lot of opportunities for graduating seniors — roles that are truly entry level and not “entry level but we still want 1-3 years of experience.”

2019 61

this is one of my favorite cover letters ever

Ask A Manager

Today I’m sharing with you one of my favorite cover letters of all time. This is a superb example of how to use your cover letter to make a strong case for yourself without resorting to repeating your resume … which is the most common mistake I see people make. The caveats I’ve learned to give when sharing these: • The writer has allowed me to share this here as a favor to me and to readers. Please remember he’s a real person when you’re commenting. This writer’s voice is his voice.

the family I work for won’t pay me under the table anymore, I was rejected for being late to an interview, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. The family I work for doesn’t want to pay me under the table anymore. I’m 22 and receive social security disability benefits due to a legitimate disability which makes it impossible for me to work. However, once or twice a month I babysit for a single dad who I’ve known forever. The kids are great, and they’re asleep 90% of the time. The dad knows about my disabilities and that I receive benefits.

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