Sat.Apr 06, 2019 - Fri.Apr 12, 2019

How to Be Limitless in Your Life and Career

Ms. Career Girl

We all have a similar goal. We want success to feel meaningful, we want our work to matter. But it doesn’t. And we feel stuck. No matter how hard we hustle and grind toward success, or how much we achieve it. That’s because the problem isn’t how we achieve success, it’s how we define success.

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7 Tips to Unfurl Your Executive Career

Career Trend

Executive Career Realities Fielding calls and creating correspondence was not my idea of an executive career when I landed my first role out of college. A bachelor’s degree in writing underpinned hope as I dove into my first opportunity as a fledgling writer, soaking up every chance to learn.

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Become A Better Leader Today

Career Alley

Arguably, the number one thing that you need to do if you hope to become a better leader is work on your confidence. As long as you feel confident, you will be much more likely to lead teams successfully. Launch your Career Leaders Leadership

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Netflix Faces a Pregnancy Discrimination Case

Evil HR Lady

Tania Zarak worked developing original content for Netflix from mid-2018 until her boss, Francisco Ramos terminated her on December 14, 2018. Zarak claims the termination was due to her pregnancy–which is illegal. Netflix, according to a statement given to Vox, said that they looked into the termination and it was not due to illegal causes and re-emphasized Netflix’s commitment to their employees’ and their families.

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Three Ways Women Hold Themselves Back – And What To Do About It

Ms. Career Girl

Have you ever felt like you just weren’t good enough to apply for a position… despite meeting all the qualifications? Do you ever feel the need to change yourself… because it makes other people feel more comfortable with you?

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From TV to Speech Writing

Career Shifters

“I wanted to work from home, during hours of my choosing.”. Heidi Ellert McDermott enjoyed her work, but when a change in her life circumstances meant it was no longer an option, she looked for ways to use her skills elsewhere.

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3 Unusual (But Effective) Ways To Choose Your Career

Career Alley

If you’re struggling to decide the next step in your career, or are considering a complete career change, then it might be worth seeking new inspiration. Launch your Career Career Choices

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More Women in Business Means More Cash for Women and Their Employers

Ms. Career Girl

Did you know that based on a recent research study from McKinsey , the most ethnically diverse companies are 35% more likely to outperform the least ethnically diverse companies.

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The Top Two Executive Resume Writing Tips

Professional Resume Services

When it comes to writing an effective resume, there aren’t any magic secrets to get you the perfect resume that will get you hired to any job you want.

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Becoming A Land Surveyor This Year

Career Alley

If you are searching for a new career path this year and you are looking to try something other than sitting in an office 9-5 every day, becoming a land surveyor could be an interesting job choice. Discover Career Opportunities Career Opportunities

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3 Benefits Your Employees Actually Want

Evil HR Lady

Employer benefits used to be straightforward — provide health care, dental care and a retirement plan and you were pretty much done. But today if you want strong employee retention and the ability to recruit great people, you need to keep up with the times. Of course, solid health insurance and a retirement plan are unlikely to go out of style. But there are several less conventional benefits that are rising stars, according to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).

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Tips for Seeking Out a Mentor from Successful Women Who Have Done It

Ms. Career Girl

Seeking out a mentor can be hard. Where do you look? How do you ask? However, mentorship can be a valuable tool in your career growth. In fact, people who have had a mentor are 130 percent more likely to be in a leadership role, according to Mentoring.org.

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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“I’m going to take the high road because the low road is so crowded.” ” – Mia Farrow. It is so, so tempting to “fight fire with fire,” to throw back at others the “bricks” they throw at you. I’ll admit it: I share temptations to “honk when I am honked at.”

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How To Create A Career Development Plan

Career Alley

One of the best steps that you can take to get your career moving in the right direction is to prepare a career development plan. Launch your Career Career Plan career planning

2019 151

Did Microsoft HR Ignore Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Complaints?

Evil HR Lady

Microsoft has over 130,000 employees, so it’s not at all surprising that there are bad employees in that bunch. Most companies have them. But, Quartz says they have an email chain from “dozens of women” detailing incidents where they felt discriminated against or that someone sexually harassed them and HR dropped the ball. As I’ve said before, bad HR is why we can’t have nice things.

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5 Ways To Stop Fueling The Fires of Judgement

Ms. Career Girl

We’ve all heard the phrase, “people in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones” and yet, when it comes to judging others, it seems that a lot of people are tossing an awful lot of thoughtless pebbles.

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“My Confidence Is Shattered. How Do I Convince Myself That I’m Good Enough To Try Something New?”

Career Shifters

Sitting behind a desk every day was always Rachel's idea of hell. But somehow, she's found herself doing just that, in an uninspiring role that's drained her confidence and creativity. How do you find meaningful work when you're convinced you've got nothing to offer

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How to Make Your Social Networking Work for You, Not Against You

Professional Resume Services

Networking has changed in many different ways over the last several years. Nowadays, many people who attend actual networking events are already familiar with the people in attendance, even though they’ve never actually met before. The power of social networking is phenomenal and plays a significant role in c-level personal branding. Everything you do online. Read more » The post How to Make Your Social Networking Work for You, Not Against You appeared first on Executive Resume Services.

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Help Set Performance Goals for Employees

Evil HR Lady

We often talk about performance goals for employees only in the context of an annual performance review, but goal setting can — and should — take different forms. Effective employee goal setting can take several forms. We often talk about performance goals for employees only in the context of an annual performance review. We rate and categorize employees, set new goals, and then we forget about it all until next year.

2019 126

Is Opening a Franchise the Right Move for You?

Jobacle

It has been estimated that 1 out of every 12 businesses in the United States is a franchise. From fast food to real estate, there is a great deal of money to be made in opening one of these businesses for yourself.

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The difference between Financial Analysis and Economic Analysis

Imarticus Learning

Financial and Economic analyses are essentially used to determine the costs incurred and the resulting benefits from investing in a project. They both involve ascertaining the NPV or the net present value of a project based on its estimated present and future cash flows, appropriately discounted.

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How to Make Your Social Networking Work for You, Not Against You

Professional Resume Services

Networking has changed in many different ways over the last several years. Nowadays, many people who attend actual networking events are already familiar with the people in attendance, even though they’ve never actually met before. The power of social networking is phenomenal and plays a significant role in c-level personal branding. Everything you do online is critiqued and criticized, so it can be easy to make mistakes and derail your job search.

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Five Ways to Beat Imposter Syndrome at Work

The Undercover Recruiter

If you’re part of the estimated global 70% who experience imposter syndrome at some point in life, the persistent feeling that you’re not as good in your career as other people think you are has nothing to do with skill level or competence, but the impossibly high standards you’ve set for yourself.

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Spring Cleaning Your Office Desk

Jobacle

Your desk is a germaphobe’s nightmare. Interesting, considering your home is spotless and your car is shined to the max. Yet, for some strange reason, you let the place where you spend the majority of your time go to hell. Reorganizing folders and stacking papers does not constitute cleaning.

2019 130

rejecting anyone who doesn’t send a thank-you note is terrible hiring

Ask A Manager

There was a big kerfluffle on Twitter this weekend when the executive managing editor of Business Insider published an article saying that she refused to hire anyone who doesn’t send a thank-you note after their interview. It doesn’t matter if they were otherwise her top candidate — if they don’t send a thank-you, they get rejected. Hey, I wrote something! … I’ve been hiring people for 10 years, and I still swear by a simple rule: If someone doesn’t send a thank you email, don’t hire them. link].

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Is a Career in Investment Banking Lucrative For Any Individual?

Imarticus Learning

For many, investment banking is a career that gives the best of all worlds-job satisfaction, money and a respectable lifestyle. Read onto to find out why everyone wants to join this industry. Fancy suits and briefcases and a gait with pride are only the exterior attributes of an investment banker.

Outplacement and Managing the Employer Brand

The Undercover Recruiter

As we work in an environment of constant change many organisations will have to make hard decisions with regards to manpower planning this year. Many will need to restructure and make changes to their employee teams as part of their HR strategy.

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Tips For Preparing For Your Next Job Interview

Career Realism

During our weekly live Office Hours on our YouTube Channel , we get lots of questions lots of questions around interview prep and how to answer questions in the interview.

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here’s a real-life example of a fantastic cover letter

Ask A Manager

I often get asked for examples of good cover letters, and a reader recently sent me a great one that I want to share. This is a fantastic example of how someone without a ton of work experience (she’s still a student!) can make a compelling case for why they’d be a good hire. When I talk about how your cover letter should present info about you that’s not in your resume, this is what I’m talking about.

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How To Thrive in An Investment Banking Career?

Imarticus Learning

Investment banking is a lucrative and passionate aspect of the financial sector which can be pursued by anyone provided you have the grit and drive for it. Read on to know how? . A richly rewarding career, investment banking can be an option for those who have an eye for numbers and detail.

What Policies Should an Organisation Have in Place to Support Mental Health?

The Undercover Recruiter

Welcome to our new online series on Mental Health in the Workplace. Taking care of our employees’ mental health is vital and we’ve brought together some of the world’s experts on this topic to share their thoughts with you. Our panel of 10 specialists will tell you everything there is to know about supporting your. View Article. What Policies Should an Organisation Have in Place to Support Mental Health? Undercover Recruiter - Recruiting & Talent Acquisition Blog.

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TEVA: 4 Strategies for Organizational Change

Learning Voyager

I was the Training Manager supporting the R&D unit of a global pharma-chemicals company. The business unit head from Frankfurt had flown to New Jersey for a management meeting and, to my great surprise, asked to see me. In a meeting that lasted only a few seconds, he shook my hand and said, " Please help them to change." He was talking about my client group, a community of research scientists and technicians.

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my coworker is routinely late because of she stops for coffee, letting a man open a door at an interview, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My coworker is routinely late to work because she stops for coffee first. I have a question about a coworker, Sansa, who is routinely ~5-10 minutes late (2-3 times a week). Her job does not require she be here at 9 on the dot. I know being a stickler about a few minutes is not good.

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Beginners Guide to Investment Banking

Imarticus Learning

Investment banking is an expansive and challenging field which several individuals can pursue. Here is everything you need to know to kickstart your career in investment banking. . Investment banking is a field that one can pursue with passion and determination.

Why You Should Join the New SmartDreamers Academy

The Undercover Recruiter

Sponsored Content SmartDreamers, a global provider of recruitment marketing automation software, today announced the release of SmartDreamers Academy, a one-stop learning center for all things hiring, talent acquisition, and recruitment marketing automation (RMA).

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Tips For Reaching Out & Working With Recruiters

Career Realism

During our weekly live Office Hours on our YouTube Channel , we get lots of questions lots of questions around recruiters and best practices on reaching out and working with them.

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I wet my pants at my new job

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I am writing to you in a state of extreme mortification. I, a full-fledged adult, wet my pants at work. What makes this worse is that this is a brand new job that I absolutely love, but now I’m thinking about just quitting and never showing my face there ever again. For context: I am a woman who had several medical procedures last year that left me with some minor bathroom issues.

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