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How To Maintain a Career Outdoors Without Burning Out

Career Alley

Maintaining a career outdoors without burning out can be a challenge. Reassess your daily habits in order to retain consistent energy levels. Career Advice Outdoors

2020 153

Sklover’s Thoughts for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“Optimism is a force multiplier.”. – Colin Powell, Former Secretary of State. There is nothing that can make people, and groups of people, more effective in their tasks and successful in achieving their goals than is optimism.

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Chipotle Fined for More than 13,000 Alleged Labor Violations

Evil HR Lady

Chipotle Restaurants in Massachusetts got struck by fines that after all the penalties are assessed are closer to $2 million than the official $1.3 million. Child labor law violations. These fines are from the state, not the federal government, because each has different rules regarding minor employment. What’s perfectly legal in one state may be illegal across state borders.

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How to Secure Funding for Your New Business Venture

Jobacle

If you’ve got a great business idea but no way to fund it, don’t despair. There are several options available to you.

2020 130

7 Networking Tips to Help Advance Your Career

Career Alley

It’s all about who you know is not just a saying. Making contacts in your industry means widening the pool of potential advisors and opportunities. Career Advice Networking

2020 153

Chinese New Year

Sklover Working Wisdom

On This First Day of the Chinese New Year – A Message for all our Friends, Regardless of Ancestry: Legend has it that in ancient times, Buddha asked all of the animals to meet him on Chinese New Year. Twelve came, and Buddha named a year after each one.

2020 130

Workplace Passive-Aggressive Phrases that Everyone Should Use

Evil HR Lady

If you’ve worked in an office environment , you’ve received an email in a thread that says, “per my last email.” ” You’ve probably written it as well. It’s a helpful phrase that says very politely, “I’ve already answered this.” ” But it also clearly conveys the true meaning: “Can you read the stupid emails before you ask for information that I’ve already given you?”

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Top Career Paths in Interior Design

Career Alley

Interior design is one of the most high-paying and in-demand jobs right now. If you want to break into the interior design industry, you have to learn a trick or two. Discover Career Opportunities Interior Design

2020 153

What is Your #1 Piece of Advice You Would Give to Candidates?

The Undercover Recruiter

What is Your #1 Piece of Advice You Would Give to Candidates? Undercover Recruiter -. Talent Acquisition advice candidates experts Recruiter URPanel

2020 88

How Important Is Your Business Location?

Evil HR Lady

Which is more important: the ideal office layout or the perfect location? Of course, you want both — but, as with so many things, relocating your small business may force you to compromise. So, how do you make sure your new business location checks all the most important boxes on your list? Here’s where to focus your attention as you scope out a new home for your business. What Are Your Priorities? Should business location be your top priority? Amenities? There isn’t one correct answer.

2020 124

Deflection Devices: When Direct Reports Go Nuclear and Suggest You're The Problem.

HR Capitalist

If you're the manager I think you are, you're not hiding from providing feedback and coaching to your direct reports. But a funny thing happens on the way to you being manager of the year. Your people may not take the coaching - they may have reasons why they're doing what they're doing.

2020 66

9 Ways To Further Your Education

Career Alley

Whether you’re thinking of going back to school or you want to take business-related courses, there are lots of different ways to further your knowledge in a particular industry. There are various different methods to suit each and every person out there. Discover Career Opportunities

2020 153

Definitive Guide to the Two-Week Notice

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Definitive Guide to the Two-Week Notice. The two-week notice has become a standard for most corporate and retail jobs. Though not a requirement, it is generally preferred as a way to give notice to your employer and allow for a transitionary period.

2020 56

Revamping Your Office Emergency Management Protocol

Evil HR Lady

Where is your office emergency manual? If you can’t answer that question within a few seconds, it’s not much help to you in case of an emergency. What about your office emergency management team? Do they have a plan? No one wants to encounter an emergency at work , but everyone should be prepared for emergencies.

2020 124

Are There Any New Ideas in HR and Recruiting? The Difference Between Trademark/Copyright/Patent.

HR Capitalist

There's gon' be another cat comin' out Lookin' like me, soundin' like me, next year I know this They'll be a flipside, do whatchu you do Somebody'll try to spin off like some series. Everlast, " Rock Superstar", Cypress Hill.

2020 66

8 Ways to Minimize Legal Risk at Work-related Events

The Undercover Recruiter

Work-related social events are on the rise across most companies and can be a great way to bring all employees together to boost morale and encourage team cohesion.

2020 74

75 Things to do Online When Bored at Work

The Corporate Con/noisseur

75 Things to do Online When Bored at Work. There’s nothing worse than being bored at work. While it may sound like an enviable position, it is one that can definitely be soul-sucking and make the time move even more slowly.

2020 52

A Reporter’s Suspension After Tweeting About Kobe Bryant’s Dismissed 2004 Rape Case, Offers a Teachable Moment in Workplace Ethics

Evil HR Lady

Would you suspend an employee for a tweet? What if that tweet was about rape allegations against Kobe Bryant, who just died? What if the rest of the internet was focused on all his victories and the good he did, and your employee wanted to remind people that he wasn’t a saint?

2020 109

Kobe Bryant confessed to rape. That’s part of his story.

Penelope Trunk

As we sat down to dinner last night, my son said, “Look. Kobe died.” ” I looked at the phone screen. My first thought was: he was so young and oh my gosh his daughter. My next thought was: the rape.

2020 75

Designing an EVP That Resonates Locally and Globally

The Undercover Recruiter

This established tech consultancy is differentiating itself from its younger competitors by crafting the most personal EVP possible to reach both local and global talent. Anouska Ramsay is Group Talent Director at Capgemini.

2020 71

20 Reasons Why You Can’t Get a Job

The Corporate Con/noisseur

20 Reasons Why You Can’t Get a Job. There is perhaps no feeling more frustrating than applying to a position you’re qualified for and never hearing back. And while your resume and cover letter may be a perfect match for the role, you just can’t seem to catch a break and land an interview.

2020 52

my coworker has overstepped with my eating disorder

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’ve battled an eating disorder my whole life and it tends to come on when I am experiencing stress in situations that are out of my control. I recently ended my relationship with my fiancé of nine years which, as a result, triggered me to lapse back into old behavior. I thankfully saw the signs and took measures to try to alleviate the situation (not going to the gym, increasing my visits to my therapist, reaching out to friends and family for support, etc.).

2020 63

Bringing the Truth Into the Light: 5 Things Autistic Individuals Are Better At

Corn on the Job

An understanding of autism comes with many benefits. It is a condition that is often misrepresented based on surface limitations. Developing workable skills requires effective job training for autistic adults. Training is meant as a way to enhance potential rather than to hide it.

2020 52

What the World’s Richest Studied at College

The Undercover Recruiter

Not everybody is born into money, and even those who marry into extraordinary wealth sometimes prefer to do things their own way – right Meghan?

2020 68

All Things Employee Onboarding

The Corporate Con/noisseur

All Things Employee Onboarding. Employee onboarding is an essential process in any effective organization. However, many organizations downplay the potential impacts and rewards in developing a full-fledged and comprehensive employee onboarding system.

2020 52

I’m dreading a corporate meeting because of my weight gain

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I was hoping for some perspective, a pep talk, or some advice. Our large corporate meeting (the one time in the whole year where the whole company gathers) is coming up, and I am so embarrassed that I have put on some weight. I’ve actually put on some weight each of the past three years, but this year was the point where I looked in the mirror and thought “oh no!”

2020 58

The Downsides To Working From Home And What You Can Do About It

Corn on the Job

It seems so ideal. Working from home and not having to deal with long commutes, nosy coworkers and less distractions sounds like a dream to some. Those are really nice benefits and can certainly make a case for leaving the rat race and setting up a home based business or at least working remotely.

2020 52

Winter Woes: Three Steps Businesses Can Take to Banish Blues

The Undercover Recruiter

Winter: a season of shorter days, gloomy weather and hibernation. It’s therefore unsurprising that winter is often agreed to be the most depressing season of the year.

2020 63

Best Office Pool Tables

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Best Office Pool Tables. In our recent series, we’re examining the evolution of the modern workplace. We’ve seen a meteoric rise in open office spaces, co-working spaces, and a more relaxed, comfortable office environment.

2020 52

I’m stuck in endless interviews with a company that can’t make up its mind

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’ve been in an interview process for a job, but every time we reach the point where an offer should be made, the process is extended by yet another lengthy meeting with the senior staff. To say this process has been long is an understatement. This began in October when I applied to a different position and was asked to interview for a new, full-time role with the organization. The first interview was relatively straightforward and lasted an hour.

2020 57

Best Bean Bag Chairs for the Office

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Best Bean Bag Chairs for the Office. Bean bag chairs have come a long way since first being introduced in 1968. The original bean bag chair was created and developed by three Italian designers, Piero Gatti, Cesare Paolini, and Franco Teodoro during the Italian Modernism movement.

2020 52

30 Exit Interview Questions

The Corporate Con/noisseur

30 Exit Interview Questions. If you thought putting in your two-week notice was difficult, you may be surprised to learn that you may be asked to conduct an exit interview. Exit interviews are typically held by your human resources department.

2020 52

LinkedIn’s Talent Strategy Top 4 Trends for 2020

The Undercover Recruiter

With every new year comes a number of new trends and it’s no different when it comes to talent acquisition. LinkedIn has spoken to 7000 professionals in 35 countries to put together what they say are the biggest trends in recruitment this year. The 2020 Global Talent Trends Report has just been published by the […]. LinkedIn’s Talent Strategy Top 4 Trends for 2020 Undercover Recruiter -.

2020 61

How Recruiters Can Attract Top Candidates in Person

The Undercover Recruiter

It’s not always easy making a connection with top talent in person. Most often, they happen in speedy small talk at career fairs, off-hand conversations at industry conferences, or formal sit-downs during the hiring process.

2020 58

weekend free-for-all – January 25-26, 2020

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: All This Could Be Yours , by Jami Attendberg.

2020 58

the reason remote work can go spectacularly wrong

Ask A Manager

Remote work is increasing, and that’s a good thing – mostly. It means employees are regaining time they used to spend commuting, fewer drivers are on the road, companies are better equipped to attract and retain employees for whom remote work is a significant draw, and more people can work in sweatpants with cats by (or on) their keyboards. But for teams that allow remote work, good management is imperative, and all too often missing.

2020 57

should I stop bringing in treats for my team?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’m really hoping you can help me understand a situation that’s happening at work right now. I work at a large nonprofit supervising a team of caseworkers. The caseworker job is difficult in that the goals are high and the situations can be a bit intense because we’re dealing with people, including children, and their expectations and ability to communicate. That said, there are definitely some nice rewards!

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