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Three Ways to Discover What Holds You Back

Ms. Career Girl

You are in this business or career because you wanted to make a difference and do what you love. What you may have noticed is that while things can go smoothly, there are times that you may feel stuck. It’s normal, but most people don’t know how to free themselves. Being a psychotherapist for years before I became a business coach has been extremely helpful, so let me share some things I’ve seen. The most important concept you need to know is this…. YOUR BRAIN IS NOT YOUR FRIEND.”.

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American Airlines Plans to Lay Off Almost 25,000

Evil HR Lady

Yesterday, tech reporter David Shepardson got a copy of the WARN letter that American Airlines sent to almost 25,000 employees. Breaking: @AmericanAir sending WARN notices to nearly 25,000 employees pic.twitter.com/ZFH3cg553i — davidshepardson (@davidshepardson) July 15, 2020.

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Sklover’s Thoughts for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“The little things? The little moments? They aren’t little.” ” – Jon Kabat-Zinn. That is such a “large” and important point: so many “little things” and “little moments” are far from “little.” Now that my yoga studio of many years has closed, I am attending yoga classes online. I so much miss the friendly “hiya’s” and smiles and hugs of those that I saw weekly at the yoga studio. They didn’t seem like “big things” then, but I miss them “bigly” now.

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Interesting CHRO/VP of HR Move: Eileen Moore Johnson is the new EVP and CHRO at Scientific Games

The HR Capitalist

We've got a new recurring feature/segment on The HR Famous Podcast - The CHRO/VP of HR/HR Leader "Move of the Week". Will we do it every week? Not sure. But it's interesting to keep an eye on who's making moves in the world of HR and note the ones that are really interesting. First one we covered this week was Eileen Moore Johnson becoming the new EVP and CHRO at Scientific Games.

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Looking Toward the Future? Five Ways to Choose the Right Career Path

Ms. Career Girl

Deciding what you want to do with your life and your career is not revolutionary – it is evolutionary. Since you will spend much of your life at work you owe it to yourself to understand what inspires you and motivates you, and match those beliefs with your personality, skill set, interests, and values. Only then will you be able to optimize your prospects for success, fulfillment, and happiness. Deciding on a career is part art and part science. It is an art because it is personal.

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Why You Should Require Employees Take Vacation

Evil HR Lady

When you launch a business , you tend to know everyone in the office. As such, it can give you the feeling that you can trust everyone. But small and mid-size businesses make up 68 percent of employee theft, according to Hiscox, an insurance company. What if there was an easy way to reduce your exposure ? And what if you already had this system in place, but you just weren’t taking advantage of it? It’s vacation. Send your employees on vacation. Here’s why.

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From Freelancer to Start-up CTO

Career Shifters

“I was desperate not to go back to a 9–5 job.”. When Anvar Azizov came across the darker side of being an independent freelancer, he knew it was time to change his relationship with work. The opportunity that found him came with a big learning curve, but he's been open to the challenge. Here, he shares how he found his feet in a whole new role

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5 Tech Side-Hustles To Help You Make Money Right Now

Ms. Career Girl

Have you ever dreamed of starting your own business or earning extra income? If your answer is yes, then now is the time to get started ! Your skills and talents can be lucrative sources of income. Earn extra money to keep you afloat, get ahead or invest in the future. No matter your knack, there are surprising ways to gain supplemental income. Especially if you are tech savvy, there are plenty of opportunities available.

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How Do I Successfully Communicate Changes to My Employees?

Evil HR Lady

With all the new laws, policy changes and recommendations lately, I feel like our handbook needs to be updated every three days. How do we successfully communicate these changes to employees? Given the high volume, it feels like more people are going to ignore them. To read my answer, click here: How Do I Successfully Communicate Changes to My Employees? The post How Do I Successfully Communicate Changes to My Employees? appeared first on Evil HR Lady. Cornerstone Uncategorized

2020 114

An Employer Brand Expert’s Post-Pandemic Forecast

The Undercover Recruiter

Regardless of the extent to which your business has been disrupted by COVID-19, we’ll all re-emerge from varying degrees of lockdown into a changing world. What does this mean for employer brand and its leaders? Simon Barrow, creator of employer brand, explores employer brand’s relevancy to a world in the midst of a crisis and… An Employer Brand Expert’s Post-Pandemic Forecast Undercover Recruiter -. Employer Branding Coronavirus Covid-19 Employer Branding Podcast Simon Barrow

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COVID Economy: There's Probably Some Big WARN Notices On The Way.

The HR Capitalist

Our economy during the COVID crisis has been a strange beast. The stock market rebounded in a strong way after dropping 35%, even though unemployment remains high. We're in a recession, and while the layoffs and furloughs have occurred, the federal government acted quickly and provided job-saving stimulus in the way of the Payroll Protection Act (for small businesses) and stimulus for entire industries like Airlines, Healthcare and more.

2020 83

My Candidate Failed His Final Interview At The Last Hurdle. This is How You Don’t

Career Advice Guy

Apologies for the rant, but I’ve worked very hard over the last few months to get David, a candidate that I. Read More. The post My Candidate Failed His Final Interview At The Last Hurdle. This is How You Don’t appeared first on The Career Advice Guy. Development

2020 68

The Real HR Show: Gate Keepers of the Corporation & How it Build Them into an Effective Force

Evil HR Lady

The post The Real HR Show: Gate Keepers of the Corporation & How it Build Them into an Effective Force appeared first on Evil HR Lady

2020 114

Protected: Live Life To The Full And Do The Things You Love To Do

Boomers Next Step

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post. The post Protected: Live Life To The Full And Do The Things You Love To Do appeared first on Boomers Next Step. Designing Your Retirement Silver Sages Sharing Stories Travel

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Talking HR Reporting with Shana Lebowitz Gaynor of Business Insider (The HR Famous Podcast)

The HR Capitalist

In episode 22 of The HR Famous Podcast , long-time HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett and Kris Dunn are joined by Shana Lebowitz Gaynor to discuss her work at Business Insider and specifically her articles about SHRM’s handling of BLM statements and top HR innovators. The crew also talks about Tim’s Utah adventures, the CHRO move of the week, and KD’s many ideas for HR-related articles at Business Insider. .

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Is Your Business Falling into the Gender Pay Gap?

The Undercover Recruiter

Is your company forward-thinking and proactive in creating a positive and fair working environment, or being dragged down by old-fashioned institutional values? One example of a deep-seated structural inequality is reflected in the Gender Pay Gap. Fifty years after the 1970 Equal Pay Act proscribed discrimination by gender in the workplace, women still earn on… Is Your Business Falling into the Gender Pay Gap? Undercover Recruiter -.

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Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas Food Prices

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Entertainment. This post is part of The Corporate Con/noisseur’s Entertainment category. This category looks to provide information on topics to do outside of work and the workplace. We look to provide timely and relevant information on questions we receive and try to help you have fun outside of work. × × Dismiss alert. Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas Food Prices. Going to the movie theaters is a timeless tradition.

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The Pleasures Of Travel – Eating Local Foods

Boomers Next Step

I confess that meandering slowly through local markets, eating traditional local food, is one of my greatest joys when I am travelling. It is wonderful to eat where the locals eat, to be part of their lives for a short while.

Customer Retention Tools for 2020

Water Cooler Wisdom

Customer retention analytics programs that measure reach and impact can go a long way in helping business owners  improve marketing campaigns  as well as products and services overall. They can also help make it easier to cross- and upsell existing customers, and to keep them over the long haul. (As As we know, it's far less expensive to  retain a customer  than to recruit a new one.). Top Customer Retention Analytics Tools.

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30+ Customer Service Interview Questions and Sample Answers

Algrim.co

Review customer service interview questions before an upcoming interview! A customer service representative is a professional who takes phone calls, emails, support tickets, and support requests on behalf of the customer.

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Regal Cinemas Popcorn and Food Prices

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Entertainment. This post is part of The Corporate Con/noisseur’s Entertainment category. This category looks to provide information on topics to do outside of work and the workplace. We look to provide timely and relevant information on questions we receive and try to help you have fun outside of work. × × Dismiss alert. Table of Contents. Regal Cinemas Popcorn and Food Prices. Going to the movie theaters is a timeless tradition.

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How To Deal With 3 Sticky Behavioural Interview Questions

Boomers Next Step

The good news is that you’ve been called in for an interview! But wait just a minute, the bad news is that you’ve been called in for an interview! You are under the spotlight The long-awaited interview can be your ticket to a new and better job, but it can also be an anxiety producer […]. The post How To Deal With 3 Sticky Behavioural Interview Questions appeared first on Boomers Next Step.

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my coworker told me to stop flirting with a student employee

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I am part of the HR department at my workplace, and we hired “Andre” a few months ago as a part of our student group. He’s only 18, but he’s been a hard worker and always takes initiative around the office. I was part of Andre’s interview panel, so I’ve always been in contact with him and friendly with him since we brought him on board.

2020 41

How Do You Start a Career in Digital Marketing?

Corn on the Job

When it comes to starting your career, there are many different aspects that you will need to think about and consider. Of course, you are going to want to make sure you get all of the proper research and schooling that the area you want to go into offers. However, this may not be enough for you to really get a grasp on what you need to do.

2020 40

Funny Gifts for Your Boss

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Funny Gifts for Your Boss. While not all of us have the luxury of having a boss or manager with a sense of humor, for those of us that do, it can be a blessing and make the workday that much more enjoyable. If you happen to have a laidback and cool manager, consider these funny gifts for your boss for their next birthday or holiday. When it comes to buying funny gifts for your boss, you will still want to err on the side of caution.

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The Pleasures Of Travel – Eating Local Foods

Boomers Next Step

I confess that meandering slowly through local markets, eating traditional local food, is one of my greatest joys when I am travelling. It is wonderful to eat where the locals eat, to be part of their lives for a short while. The post The Pleasures Of Travel – Eating Local Foods appeared first on Boomers Next Step. Travel travel stories

my boss is discriminating against my pregnant employee

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: We have a colleague who has just left to spend a year working remotely (well, we’re all working remotely now!) so he and his wife can live near her family for a year. We needed to split his role into two anyway, so we hired someone, “Jane,” to take over his day-to-day work, and he is working on more independent projects while he’s away.

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3 Incentives To Encourage Carpooling In Your Company

Corn on the Job

When it comes to encouraging carpooling in the workplace, it is no longer just about saving the environment – although it does contribute significantly to this cause. Promoting ridesharing to your employees has multiple other benefits, including increased productivity and improved employee well-being, and it can even act as a benefit attracting potential employees.

2020 40

Shipt Interview Questions

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Shipt Interview Questions. Shipt, founded in 2014, is a major player in the delivery space. Now owned by the Target Corporation , it offers delivery of groceries, home products, and select electronics to consumers. Shipt is one of the best side gigs and hustles that you can sign-up for and rivals the pay that other gig work can pay. Looking to make money online? Check-out our list of the best beer money sites ! Looking to join Shipt and get your groceries delivered? Check-it out here !

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Interview Questions To Ask And Avoid

Boomers Next Step

If you want job interview success it's best to prepare a well thought out list of intelligent interview questions, regardless of the level of seniority you have achieved during your career. You will impress your prospective new employer during the interview process if you demonstrate knowledge of their business and ask appropriate questions. . The post Interview Questions To Ask And Avoid appeared first on Boomers Next Step.

2020 40

employers are sick of the pandemic, and employees are paying the price

Ask a Manager

Four months into the pandemic in the U.S., employers increasingly are bringing employees back to the office, whether they want to return or not. And they aren’t making those decisions based on any public health milestones; rather, it appears to stem from plain old pandemic fatigue. Employers seem to be embracing the same magical thinking as so many individuals are — we’re ready for it to be over, so we’ll just act as if it is — often at great expense to their workers.

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7 Tips to Prepare For Coming Out of Isolation

Ms. Career Girl

I’ve been in extended isolation before. As an expedition leader in Antarctica, I spent nine months in temperatures hovering around minus 35 degrees, with a lack of privacy and the mundane nature of the days and the interpersonal pressure of living with 17 other people was extraordinary. I had prepared and trained well for this environment and we had a great year. What I wasn’t prepared for however, was coming home.

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The Best Job Search Spreadsheet Ever

The Corporate Con/noisseur

The Best Job Search Spreadsheet Ever. Applying to open job roles can be frustrating, taxing, and overwhelming. However, keeping track of thee number of job applications you’ve applied to can be equally as frustrating and taxing. That’s why we’re going to discuss the best job search spreadsheet ever and show how utilizing this spreadsheet can help you to keep track of all the applications you’ve sent in.

2020 40

How to Abbreviate Million

The Corporate Con/noisseur

How to Abbreviate Million. As you advance in your career, you’ll likely begin handling accounts in the millions of dollars. While quite an accomplishment, you may be unsure of how to relay this information appropriately on your resume. Below, we are going to discuss how to abbreviate million on your resume and cover letter to ensure that no information is lost.

2020 40

should I lie on my resume to make myself stand out?

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: Like many people, I am desperately applying for jobs right now. I have also been frequenting job-seeker forums to get advice and tips. One thing I keep seeing is tips on how to embellish your resume and then “cheat” the background check. For example, imagine your actual job title was “administrative assistant,” but you put “office manager” or “administrative services manager” down in your job application.

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weekend open thread – July 18-19, 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. Here are the rules for the weekend posts. Book recommendation of the week: I Capture the Castle , by Dodie Smith. A very amusing but penniless family lives in a crumbling castle in 1930s England, but everything changes when two rich American brothers become their new landlords. It’s delightfully written. How had I never read this before?

2020 31

staff says safety rules “make them feel contagious,” owner pretends not to be in meetings, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My staff is upset that our safety precautions are “making them feel contagious” I manage an essential small business with 10 employees. We’ve had employees work in teams (and work from home for those who can) since the beginning to limit cross-exposure to each other. We’ve made some missteps, but we’ve mostly done a lot of things well during COVID that everyone seems to feel good about (based on ongoing feedback).

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