Sat.Feb 16, 2019 - Fri.Feb 22, 2019

5 Tips to Turn Your Passion Into a Lucrative Side Hustle

Ms. Career Girl

A side hustle is a way to make money outside of your 9 to 5 and 37 percent of Americans have one, making an average of $686 per month. However, a side hustle is more than just a part-time job.

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Bossiness Is Not a Leadership Trait, No Matter What Sheryl Sandberg Says

Evil HR Lady

Note: This Sheryl Sandberg quote keeps showing up and I have strong feelings, so I’m re-running. “I want every little girl who someone says ‘they’re bossy’ to be told instead, ‘you have leadership skills,'” said Sheryl Sandberg. The COO of Facebook says she was told this, and look at her now! This quote keeps showing up on my Facebook feed, and while I love my friends, this quote is driving me nuts. Bossy is not leadership.

2019 146

Is it the Right Time to Ask for a Raise?

Professional Resume Services

Going to your boss and asking for a raise is always a sensitive topic of discussion. But if you ask at the right time and do a little homework beforehand, then you can at least minimize some of the awkwardness.

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Voluntary – Key Words & Phrases

Sklover Working Wisdom

Be on the lookout for. Voluntary,” as in “Voluntary Departure,” “Voluntary Resignation” or “Voluntary Waiver”. You’re quite likely to find the word “voluntary” in several work-related legal documents. If you do notice it, that word may be very advantageous to you.

2019 130

Tools & Strategies for Improving Collaboration in 2019

Ms. Career Girl

As your head content writer is waking up in beautiful, chilly Ontario, your marketing manager is nearing the end of her day in London. The two need to talk about their latest project, though — the deadline is fast approaching.

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Walmart Changes Will Force a Disabled Employee Out

Evil HR Lady

For the past 10 years, Adam Catlin has worked as the store greeter at the Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania Walmart. Catlin has cerebral palsy which affects his ability to walk, lift, and even hold a pen. But, he was able to greet people, which was the primary function of his job. However, according to store officials, on April 26, the job is changing–to include things that Catlin can’t do, like lift up to 25 pounds and be on his feet for a good portion of the day.

2019 137

Do You Have the One Skill Every Executive Should Possess?

Professional Resume Services

Executives often have a similar skill set, background and education. So how can you set yourself apart from the rest? There are plenty of ways to do so, but there’s one overlooked skill you must possess: listening.

2019 130

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How to Map Out Your Future When Your Boss Is Evasive 

Ms. Career Girl

You wanted to work at this company forever, but now that you’ve finally succeeded and are settling in, matters with your boss feel murky. She’s neither critical nor reassuring. In fact, you’ve yet to detect a crack in her poker face.

2019 168

Why You Should (Almost) Always Offer Severance Pay

Evil HR Lady

A severance package can seem somewhat silly. Why should you offer money to someone who will no longer be working for you? The reality is that any time you terminate someone, you should offer severance pay — or at least strongly consider it. Remember that before you initiate termination, you always want your employment attorney to double-check that you’re in compliance with all laws and that your documents are in order. You also want to be consistent in when you offer severance pay.

2019 128

From Marketing to Data

Career Shifters

“I don't miss the day-to-day stresses.”. After lots of research and exploration (and a few failed interviews), Alexander Fridriksson found a way to zoom in on his interests, upgrade his skills, and shift without risking his finances. Here's how he did it

2019 161

Making A Career Out Of Investing In Commodities

Career Alley

Whether you’re already on the path to becoming a career investor or just starting out, it’s important to first understand how investing in commodities works. Discover Career Opportunities Financial Careers

2019 160

Six Reasons to Learn How to Sew

Ms. Career Girl

Sewing has made a real comeback in these recent years and it may even be more popular than ever. Both women and men practice it and even kids started showing a bit of interest in it.

2019 168

The Viral Tweet that Explains the High Cost of Expertise

Evil HR Lady

Davy Greenberg summed up the feelings of a lot of us out there who make our living offering services directly : If I do a job in 30 minutes it’s because I spent 10 years learning how to do that in 30 minutes. You owe me for the years, not the minutes.– – davy. davygreenberg) February 15, 2019. The tweet went viral (with 36,000 retweets and 123,000 likes at this writing) and evoked a lot of emotion. This is something a lot of us can relate to.

2019 128

The Top 5 Small Business Health Insurance Options in 2019


Thanks to the rising costs of health care, individuals and businesses alike are looking for ways to get affordable coverage that works for them. While larger businesses have more options and less to worry about when it comes to coverage, small businesses are usually left out of the equation.

2019 152

5 Smart Tips for LinkedIn Self-Promotion

Career Alley

Smartly executed self-promotion is the key to career advancement, and in our hyper-connected days, LinkedIn is one of the best tools to help you do […]. Find your Dream Job LinkedIn Networking

2019 151

Equity Crowdfunding Needs More Female Founders – Are You Next?

Ms. Career Girl

The Money Culture Clash. Female startup founders might be able to identify with the following problem: their business growth is being seriously stifled by a lack of capital – they need money in order to achieve their big goals.

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Best Outreach Tips to Find a Great Career

Corn on the Job

You’ve just graduated from college, and it’s apparent that you need to get a job as soon as possible. Finding a good job requires some effort which can leave you devastated. In fact, you should be ready for a long search without getting an employer who is willing to hire you.

2019 87

Five Ways to Improve DevOps Productivity


Shifting to a DevOps approach can significantly improve the workflow and productivity of an organization, by bringing two parallel teams together to get things done.

2019 134

How to Demonstrate Your Leadership Skills in an Interview

Career Alley

In today’s competitive job market, recruiters are actively scouting for candidates with strong leadership skills. In the process, it has become important for job seekers […]. Discover Career Opportunities Interviews Leadership Skills

2019 148

What Questions Should You Never Ask in a Job Interview?

The Undercover Recruiter

Most job seekers know that when interviewing for a job, asking intelligent and well-thought-out questions is an integral part of the applicant evaluation process.

2019 110

Quiet is a sign of success

Penelope Trunk

When I was looking at apartments I didn’t notice the incredibly noisy construction right outside our windows. I attribute this oversight to the same phenomena that happens in the video where you count basketball passes – if you have never seen the video stop everything and go watch it. Quiet = money. Vox did a video on how quiet has become a sign of quality. And people sell quiet. Bose has become a noise reduction company, and so has Miele.

2019 75

Does Your Company Have A Great Internship Program?

Career Realism

Does Your Company Have A Great Internship Program? Work It Daily. Internships are an excellent way for people to learn the ins and outs of a successful business. It gives them the tools and resources they need to succeed in his/her future career.

2019 63

How to Nail Your Negotiation Strategy

Career Alley

Whether you’re looking for a new job, a raise or you need to learn different ways of managing clients, the art of negotiation is a valuable life skill. Discover Career Opportunities Negotiating

2019 151

Attracting High Performers

The Undercover Recruiter

Research around high performers in business, and what attracts then retains high performers in a business has greatly identified a shift in what was, to what is now an environment that can support high performers.

2019 109

some men in my office refuse to be alone with women

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I work for a mid-sized private company that, while not a religious organization, does have “Christian values” as one of its organizational tenets, and has many Christian employees (of which I consider myself one, but more on the liberal progressive side). Generally, they treat employees well, have flexible workplace policies, and overall strive to create a healthy work environment. For the most part, they succeed.

2019 87

10 Interesting Facts about Artificial Intelligence

Imarticus Learning

Artificial Intelligence has received a lot of focus and attention in the last couple of years. There has been a boom in the innovations that have artificial intelligence at its base. Obviously, the internet has played a crucial role in the development of artificial intelligence enabled services.

2019 84

What is the Best Alternative for College

Career Alley

The choice to continue your education past the required amount of schooling is a personal one, but it’s often a smart one if you’d like to improve certain skills and advance your career. Launch your Career Education Online Education

2019 148

The Evolution of the Flexible Workspace

The Undercover Recruiter

Just a few years ago, being employed generally meant you worked in an office that’s exclusively used by the company. The whole space is divided by department, with each section occupied by a team of your colleagues who work together for a common goal: growing the business.

2019 103

a client hit my parked car, is it gross to floss in the office bathroom, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. A client hit my parked car. I am an intern in a law office. The office has a parking lot, but interns are not allowed to park there because it is very small and the higher-ups want to leave the space for clients. I was picking up supplies for the office, so I parked in the lot so that I could unload my car. I parked against the wall of the garage, which is not an official spot, but many people park there anyways.

2019 86

Why Is Professionalism Important at the Workplace?

Imarticus Learning

Professionalism is perhaps the most misunderstood and over described term in modern times. Therefore, it is difficult to explain the precise expectation clearly. And because we often hear how vital it is to behave “professionally” we go on with our own interpretation of the expected perception.

2019 82

2019 Market Trends to Expect

Water Cooler Wisdom

The overall financial health of the global economy, as well as the resources we have available to make intelligent projections, will greatly impact business success in 2019. Let's have a look at two of the major market trends to expect this year. Continuing Stock Market Volatility. We enter 2019 with the financial sector in a  bear market. (A A bear market is an economy in which security prices drop 20 percent or more and stay low for a long time period.).

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5 Ways to Get the Most from Training for your Employees

The Undercover Recruiter

Effective workplace training is a huge part of keeping your employees working at their best. Whether it’s to learn new skills or keep on top of recent industry developments, training is vital to both employers and employees.

2019 95

update: we have twice-daily mandatory group therapy at work

Ask A Manager

Remember last week’s letter-writer whose office was requiring people to attend twice-daily group therapy ? Here’s the update. OP here! OMG it’s been a week. So when I wrote this, I called out the whole week because I couldn’t wrap my head around all of this, and I had luckily enough gotten a job interview somewhere else. I appreciate your comments and the support and advice and I’m going to give some back.

2019 81

What is the difference between Retail and Corporate Banking?

Imarticus Learning

Banks are no longer places where people would go deposit or withdraw their money and that would be the end of the story. Banks irrespective of their size and span have diversified into many segments.

2019 80

The 5 Types of Responses Hiring Managers Give to CVs

The Undercover Recruiter

When you’re a recruiter submitting candidates to your hiring manager for review can be an unnerving experience, especially when the response can be so varied.

2019 89

Making the Employer Brand Obvious

The Undercover Recruiter

Ever wondered whether it’s a blessing or a challenge to be one of the world’s best-known consumer brands, especially when it comes to employer branding? Well, we’ve been speaking to the American wireless voice and data provider T-Mobile US.

2019 90

Five Ways to Help Your Clients in the Lead up to Brexit

The Undercover Recruiter

With Brexit’s March 29 deadline quickly approaching, and no sign of a clear solution from the government, the recruitment market continues to be incredibly volatile.

2019 85