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6 Reasons an MBA Can Be Exactly What You Need for Your Dream Career and Future

Career Alley

If your career goals involve any sort of management or leadership position, then there are a fair few specific skills you will need to possess. An MBA program is designed to teach you all of these important skills that will prepare you for a senior management position. Discover Career Opportunities

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Are You Building Your Executive Personal Brand with LinkedIn Comments?

Professional Resume Services

Your executive LinkedIn profile brings you more benefits than simply the ability to connect with other professionals.

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11 Ways To Stay Engaged in The Dog Days of Summer

Ms. Career Girl

53% of workers report feeling an increase in distraction from June through December, in a phenomenon the business world has dubbed “the summer slump,” or the dog days of summer. As vacation picks up and heat increases, employees can get weary and lose motivation.

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4 email practices to significantly improve your communication

Cube Rules

Email is the bane of my existence. I get too many emails, emails that don’t pertain to my work (much) and emails that I spend way too much time trying to figure out what the person is asking for.

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5 Free Resources To Help You Launch Your Career In Digital Marketing

Career Alley

If you want to build a career in digital marketing, it’s crucial to increase your knowledge and skills. Launch your Career Launch Your Career

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Why Your Employees Need Sick Days — and Unsick Days

Evil HR Lady

We always want employees to take a sick day when they have the flu or come down with a stomach bug. It allows them to recover and keeps everyone else from getting sick. But what about using an “unsick day” to help prevent these illnesses in the first place? The concept is gaining traction, and for good reason. Staying healthy is about more than just bouncing back from illnesses quickly, and employees need the freedom to take time off for preventive checkups, vaccinations or therapist visits.

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4 Methods to Kick Imposter Syndrome Before It Affects Your Career

Ms. Career Girl

Social media (and the personal branding phenomenon that keeps it ticking) can make it seem like everyone has it together. In turn, too many young women entering the workforce believe the myth that they must be perfect.

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How To Turn Your Love Of Anything Into A Career

Career Alley

Turning what you love into a career is truly the dream, but it’s not a pipe dream. In this article, we are going to see how you might be able to turn your love of absolutely anything into a career. Launch your Career advance your career

2019 170

Can My Employer Change Me from Hourly to Salary?

Evil HR Lady

I woke up this morning to three emails from people asking essentially the same question: Can my manager stop paying me overtime by declaring that I’m a salaried employee? While giving an entirely correct answer would involve looking carefully at the job description, the answer is almost always no. Human resources manager and employee-relations expert Rebecca Goldbach says, “Everyone is born non-exempt.”

2019 174

5 Ways to Attract Local Clients for Your New Freelance Business

Ms. Career Girl

We spend much of our time marketing online, attempting to reach a broader audience on social media or our website. While digital marketing is important in today’s online world, you could be missing opportunities to grow your new freelance business with local clients.

The #1 Way For Recruiters To Build Creditability With Candidates.

HR Capitalist

If a recruiter is good at what they do, they'll talk to a lot of people in a given week. Some of those conversations are short, some are long. There's a variety of information traded between candidate and recruiter - it's a two-way exchange.

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The Experts Who Help You To Land Your Dream Job

Career Alley

It’s fair to say that if ticking off the skill requirements in every job description were all it took to land your dream job; there would be fewer job seekers. Find your Dream Job Dream job

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How Citibank’s New Policy Almost Ruined My Vacation

Evil HR Lady

I’ve had a Citibank credit card for almost 20 years but Citibank canceled it on Thursday. I have a monthly storage shed payment that hits the card, but otherwise, I rarely use it. But, I pay it off every month and am generally a low maintenance kind of a person. (I I realize, paying it off every month and not using it a ton means I’m not a hugely profitable customer, but I was loyal.). I’m also an American citizen who lives in Switzerland.

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Tips to Make Your Business More Diverse and Inclusive

Ms. Career Girl

As a woman in business, you likely understand how diversity and inclusivity can strengthen and protect your brand. Including team members with a variety of experiences leads to shaping products, services, and customer journeys in a way that reaches more people and provides more genuine experiences.

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Job Search – Ensuring Nothing Negative Comes Up In Your Background Search

Career Alley

A National Police Check contains a list of a person’s disclosable court outcomes and pending charges from all Australian police jurisdictions. This includes traffic and non-police prosecuted matters. Career Advice background search

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How Internships Helped Real People Succeed

Evil HR Lady

As part of my internship , way back in 1997, I got to testify before the Utah State Senate about the ease of finding information about making homemade explosives on the internet. It wasn’t what I saw myself doing when I applied for an internship to work for the Utah Legislature, but it sure was interesting. The Utah legislature is a true citizen’s legislature–it only operates for 45 days per year and almost all the senators and representatives have jobs.

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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness.” ” – Chinese Proverb. Oh, sure, this saying is quite common and often considered trite. But, too, it is important to keep in mind in these difficult times. Take a positive step instead of being angry at those who take negative ones. Engage in an act of kindness instead of being angry at those who hate. Do what’s right instead of being upset at those who do what is wrong.

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Cut Through All the Reference BS with This Single Question.

HR Capitalist

No one ever gives you references they expect to be negative in any way. . You know this, right? When someone calls you up for a reference check and you do anything short of saying they're unbelievable (they provided your name after all), it's not being borderline neutral.

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What Are The Career Opportunity For FinTech In India In 2019?

Imarticus Learning

Fintech’s has the potential to transform disruptively each and every industry. Its main originators the crypto market and blockchain technology are active in the hiring process.

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How to Do Diversity and Inclusion Training Right

Evil HR Lady

In April, at a Sephora store in Calabasas, California, a store associate allegedly called security to make sure a customer wasn’t stealing. That customer was African American singer-songwriter Sza, who tweeted about the incident and accused Sephora of racial profiling. Sephora representatives responded saying that they were looking into it.

2019 139

Which Social Media Recruitment Campaign Have you been Most Impressed by?

The Undercover Recruiter

There is always one campaign that stands out from the crowds. Most people kick themselves for not thinking of it first. But what usually happens is it inspires recruiters to come up with their own campaigns in a bid to make it bigger and better than their rivals. This week our panel of social media.

Breaking Down the Onboarding Style of Steve Ballmer, Former Leader at Microsoft.

HR Capitalist

I'm over at my other site today - Fistful of Talent - talking about the leadership style of former Microsoft leader Steve Ballmer. Ballmer is retired and now owns the Los Angeles Clippers, and his leadership style was on full display earlier this week.

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Difference Between Investment Banking and Venture Capital

Imarticus Learning

Venture capital and investment banking are different, important types of professional finance companies. Not many can differentiate between them except academicians and the experts in the financial circles. Let us explore the differences by defining the two firstly.

Building the Brand of Employee Relations

Evil HR Lady

When people think of Human Resources, their interaction at work is most likely with the employee relations team. The employee relations person is the one you go to when you struggle with your boss, workload, or co-workers, but she’s also the person you see when your boss is having trouble with you. If you’re getting put on a performance improvement plan, being laid off, or straight-out fired, it’s the employee relations person who will be there for that. .

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How to Help Your Employees Recover From Their Mistakes

The Undercover Recruiter

So your clumsy employee made another mistake. What’s it going to be? A telling-off? Sarcastic jokes at their expense? Or just a stern lesson on how to do things properly? As it turns out, the most valuable way to respond to employee mistakes may be to help them learn to forgive themselves.

2019 114

Is Workday Really the Most Used ATS in the World?

HR Capitalist

If there's one thing that's consistent in the TA/Recruiting world, it's hot takes related to Workday Recruiting. Which is why a recent report that shows Workday Recruiting is now the most used ATS among Fortune 500 companies is fascinating. . Many of you object to that finding. But it is science!

2019 81

The reason there’s no #Metoo for domestic violence

Penelope Trunk

The #Metoo movement has focused on workplace harassment, and I keep thinking: when will #Metoo include domestic violence? I try to imagine what it will it look like so I can help make it come faster. Workplace law only recently caught up with women’s experience.

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weekend free-for-all – July 27-28, 2019

Ask A Manager

This comment section is open for any non-work-related discussion you’d like to have with other readers, by popular demand. This one is truly no work and no school.). Book recommendation of the week: Mrs. Everything , by Jennifer Weiner.

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6 Ways to Manage Your Workload this Summer

The Undercover Recruiter

It happens every single year, yet we always seem surprised when the schools break up and summer arrives, as it often feels as though it has come from nowhere.

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Bernie Sanders: Proving the Compensation Side of the People Business is Problematic.

HR Capitalist

Let me start by saying this is not intended to be a political post. It is intended, however, to show the complexities of running a SMB (small to medium sized business). Need a case in point? Try Bernie Sanders.

How To Know When It's Time To Change Jobs

Career Realism

Remember when you started at your current job? You may have felt excited about the opportunities that were ahead, and the new skills you were going to learn on the job. Fast-forward to present you at your job. Do you have that same excitement? If not, you may want to consider switching jobs.

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can you fire someone solely for being racist?

Ask A Manager

In an interesting juxtaposition with a letter from earlier today, a reader writes: I know you have answered a few variations over this, but I am hoping for a more clear answer in reference to my situation. Recently, my company hired someone that was extremely racist. He worked with me on his first day, where he dropped the N-word six times.

2019 88

Sun, Sea and Flexibility

The Undercover Recruiter

Employers know all too well the wistful daydreaming that comes with the summer months. As temperatures rise, holidays increase, and childcare demands become 6 weeks long, employers could turn down the rising heat workers are facing, by offering flexibility when they need it most.

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How to Change Your Name on LinkedIn & Why You’d Even Want To

Avid Careerist

Your name and photograph provide the bedrock foundation of your personal brand online (LinkedIn, social media, etc.). Because of this, as your personal and professional lives evolve, you might find. Read More. The post How to Change Your Name on LinkedIn & Why You’d Even Want To appeared first on AvidCareerist. Uncategorized LinkedIn Privacy Settings (6 Posts) Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile (16 Posts

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How To Write A Cover Letter Recruiters Will LOVE

Career Realism

True or false? Recruiters don't read cover letters. Most people may think this is true, but guess what? They're wrong! Recruiters do, in fact, read the good cover letters. So, what does that tell us?

is my employee taking advantage of the flexibility I give her?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: In my current position (where I’ve been for two years), I’m a first-time manager of two direct reports, both of whom are salaried, not hourly, employees. One of them — who’s younger, less experienced, more eager — rarely asks to adjust her work hours or work from home, and is generally happy to do anything I ask her to do.

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