Sat.Jun 15, 2019 - Fri.Jun 21, 2019

Executive Resume Story: The Process Is Long and Without a Finish Line

Career Trend

An executive resume story and a picture share integral attributes.

2019 207

How to Bounce Back from Stress at Work

Ms. Career Girl

When work is stressing you out, you can feel it right when you wake up. Instead of feeling inspired and ready for the day, you might feel trapped or fatigued. That feeling of dread is a clear sign of stress at work.

2019 194

Working Abroad: Healthcare Careers In New Zealand

Career Alley

If you are interested in working in New Zealand, you should know that the healthcare system has changed substantially over the past few decades. Career Advice Working Abroad

2019 153

Do You Have the Spark to Advance Your Executive Career?

Professional Resume Services

We all hit points throughout our career where we hit a stall or things become stale. This could be due to getting comfortable with your current position or simply not knowing what direction you want to go.

2019 153

In the job interview, she whined about her current job. That cost her the new job.

Cube Rules

One of the consistent pieces of job interview advice is to not speak badly about your current job – especially if you go into a victim mentality, or, for that matter, your horrible manager. It is a truism. I believe it is true as well.

2019 141

Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“There is no one luckier than he who thinks himself so.” ” – German Proverb. This is a pure and penetrating insight into the power of perspective. We can pity ourselves, we can enjoy ourselves, or we can empower ourselves, simply by how we choose to see ourselves.

2019 130

Keep Applying To Jobs – But Not Getting Any Replies?

Career Alley

Study the job description and be prepared to convince the interviewer why you are the perfect person for the job. Make sure you understand all aspects (there is nothing worse than not fully knowing the details of the job for which you are being interviewed.

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Many candidates don’t answer the job interview question. Here’s why that’s a problem.

Cube Rules

Here's a situation I've faced when conducting job interview way more often than I should: I ask a question and the question is never answered. After listening to an answer, I ask, "What role did you play in achieving those results?" Straightforward enough.

2019 141

From Research to Food

Career Shifters

“By Saturday evening I'd already be dreading my return to work on Monday.”. Nena Foster longed to do something more creative – and with greater flexibility to fit around her family.

2019 183

Target Brings a White Collar Benefit to Retail–Even for Part-Time Employees

Evil HR Lady

The problem with children is that they need care. First, you have to take time off to actually birth and bond with them, and then, even when you’ve secured daycare or the kids are in school, things happen and you have to scramble. (A A “snow day” for schools won’t necessarily result in your job being closed, but there goes your childcare.)

2019 128

A Career With Legs – Working Your Way Up

Career Alley

If you have recently joined the world of careers or you are looking to make a switch, you might also be future planning. You want a career that has an upward motion for you. Discover Career Opportunities advancement

2019 118

Father’s Day

Sklover Working Wisdom

“My father gave me the greatest gift anyone could give another person: he believed in me.”. – Jim Valvano. All dads know the truth: being a father is all about giving. This is the day you hope to hear, just this once, “Thanks.” Hold on to that thought; it may be a year before you hear it again. Like my son, Sam, once told me, “Father’s Day is just like Mother’s Day, only I don’t have to buy a present.” Oh, well…being a father is still my favorite hobby.

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How Good Is Investment Banking As A Career

Imarticus Learning

Have you chosen an IB career? Read on, to see if you are a good fit here. Investment banking has very good scope for MBAs, undergraduates, Masters in Economics, Statistics etc, data analysts and young interns who can learn-on-the-job.

3 Ways to Bolster a Culture of Learning at Work

Evil HR Lady

Mercer’s 2019 Global Talent Trends study found that 73% of executives predict significant industry disruption in the next three years. Your company can be caught in the wake of that disruption or be the leader that affects change. A strong culture of learning at work is an essential competitive advantage in this quest, providing individuals with opportunities to elevate their skill sets, challenge assumptions about the way things are done, and collaborate with peers to push operations forward.

2019 125

So You're a Tough Interviewer, Eh? How's that Working Out For You?

HR Capitalist

Let's talk about the myth of being a tough interviewer. . So you're a tough interviewer. You automatically go on the offensive in any interview setting, some would even call your style "on the attack." You are confrontational, basically calling bulls**t on the candidate you have in front of you.

2019 78

Candidate Experience: The Good, the Bad and the Downright Ugly

The Undercover Recruiter

With businesses still having to work hard to compete for high-caliber employees, recruitment really has become a two-way process. It is not just about employers assessing and selecting the best candidate, it is about talented people assessing and picking the best employers.

2019 110

How Can You Prepare For a New Age Banking Interview?

Imarticus Learning

How can you prepare for a new age banking interview?

How Microlearning Delivers Huge Results

Evil HR Lady

There’s no shortage of people who want to learn, as Google has shown us. The internet giant recently found that 70% of millennial YouTube users watched online videos to learn something new or discover more about a personal interest, according to Think With Google. Just a few months later, YouTube reported that this interest prompted Google to invest $20 million in educational content through its Learning Fund program.

2019 128

Google for Jobs: A Stat That Will Make Go Hmmmmm.

HR Capitalist

First, a quick definition - in 2017, Google launched Google for Jobs , a service dedicated to making Google a primary job search source for all.

2019 70

How Stress Can Be Costing Your Workplace

The Undercover Recruiter

If you are unsure about the overall mental health of your office, it might be beneficial to know the treacherous fact that stress is costing the United States about $300 billion per year.

2019 101

Cruise Ship Travel Experience

Boomers Next Step

Cruise ship travel and second-hand brushes with fame. Cruise ship travel offers all sorts of entertainment, from full-on variety shows in the theatre to small venue entertainment that entices you to hang around the bar for an hour or two.

Netflix’s New Prank Show (with Stranger Thing Star Gaten Matarazzo) Torments an Already Vulnerable Population

Evil HR Lady

You know him as one of the kids dealing with the Upside Down on Netflix’s Stranger Things, but if you see him coming now–you should be the one to run. Gaten Matarazzo is producing and staring in a new prank show, Prank Encounters, and Netflix just ordered eight episodes. Deadline describes it as follows : Each episode of this terrifying and hilarious prank show takes two complete strangers who each think they’re starting their first day at a new job.

2019 122

can I ask my coworkers why they didn’t hire my daughter?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: My daughter applied for a job at the university where I’m currently employed, in a department supervised by three very good friends of mine. I’ve known them all for over 20 years. I consider them great coworkers and friends. My neighbor also applied for the job.

2019 96

6 Signs You Need to Use Video in Your Daily Communication

The Undercover Recruiter

Every day, you entrust some of your most important and valuable messages to a form of communication short on clarity, short on personality, and short on results.

2019 93

How To Use Failure To Your Advantage

Career Realism

Beginning with the first "F" on the school report card, we are trained to fear failure. That fear only grows larger as we become adults because the stakes become higher. While fear of failure is only natural, it's important to make sure that fear doesn't become debilitating.

2019 83

Nevada Is the First U.S. State to Make It Illegal to Refuse Employment for Marijuana Usage–and It Won’t Be the Last. How to Adjust Your Drug Screening Policies.

Evil HR Lady

Nevada wasn’t the first state to approve recreational marijuana usage , but it is the first to make it illegal to discriminate against users. That’s not the language used in the bill, but that’s what the law does. Instead of leaving it up to an employer to determine if they want a drug free workplace, you have to treat marijuana users as equals to non-users.

2019 115

Tips For A Student For Career In Investment Banking

Imarticus Learning

Want to pursue a career as an investment banker? Are you a graduate in Commerce, Business Administration, Finance, Economics etc? If you have answered with a yes, then you can pursue a career in investment banking.

3 Reasons Why ‘Bring Your Dog To Work Day’ Should be Everyday

The Undercover Recruiter

With today being ‘Bring Your Dog To Work Day’, it seems an apt time to reflect on why having dogs at work can be a real asset to your business and more than just a meaningless fad to attract millennials.

2019 86

How To Answer The Dreaded "Tell Me About Yourself" Question

Career Realism

The dreaded interview question, "Tell me about yourself," stumps a lot of folks. People of all ages and experience levels often fail to answer this one correctly, in a way that conveys meaningful information to the interviewer--information they will actually use to consider your candidacy.

2019 83

?? How To Evaluate New Job Offers

JobMob

For best results, negotiate with yourself before negotiating with employers. This is a guest post by Joey Trebif. We've all been there. We make the decision that it's to time leave our current employer and look for another job.

2019 52

What Is Credit Risk Management

Imarticus Learning

When credit risks are effectively managed you meet the mandatory regulatory credit risk requirements and also go beyond the mandate and create better risk models for improvements in your business.

2019 52

How to Build a Robust Employer Brand

The Undercover Recruiter

When you see the letters SAS you might be thinking of the super-skilled British army force, or an airline or even a shoe brand but in this instance, we are referring to the B2B tech company.

2019 86

Would You Rather Have Mornings Or Nights Off?

Career Realism

The traditional work day is changing. Is telecommuting just a trend? Or is it a movement? It's hard to tell at this point. Technological advancements made within the last ten years have provided workers with new flexibility in their jobs.

2019 83

are these men hitting on me via LinkedIn or are they legit business contacts?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’ve noticed in the past year or two there are quite a few people (typically middle-aged men) who are reaching out to me via LinkedIn (I am a 20-something woman) trying to recruit me. While I do have a lot of experience, I’m wondering if it’s odd that some of these professionals are reaching out to me as I am under the impression it should be the other way around. They are the ones with the experience and connections while I’m the one building my network.To

2019 74

How Do I Become Credit Risk Analyst

Imarticus Learning

A CR analyst finds job roles in the credit, lending and risk management divisions of commercial banks, companies offering credit cards, and NBFA or other financial institutions.

2019 52

Did You Know? Seemingly Little Things That Can Affect Your Instagram Posts

Corn on the Job

Whether you’re using Instagram to build your brand , run your business, or earn some extra cash as an influencer, you’re always looking for ways you can improve your posts and get more engagement. As a business or influencer, engagement is the key to success.

2019 52

Help! My Manager Is Stealing My Clients & Sales

Career Realism

In this week's edition of Well, This Happened, the series that lets you become a career coach, we tackle a workplace dilemma from Taylor. Do you think you know how to answer this AWKWARD situation? Let's find out.

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