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The Best High Paid Jobs (That Don’t Require Years Of Training)

Career Alley

A skilled trade career can be very rewarding, with great potential for professional development and a solid salary. Find your Dream Job highest paying jobs Salary

2020 290

Job Hunting Tips When You’re Changing Career Fields

Ms. Career Girl

So you’ve decided you’re going to try for a new job. Not just a new job really, but a new job in a completely new field. Congrats! Now it’s time to really buckle down and make it happen. But what are the first things you should even do to prepare for changing career fields? Commit.

2020 218

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How We Are Navigating Job and Life Change Amid a Pandemic

Career Trend

Sometimes in our lives ambiguity reigns.

2020 199

Age Discrimination or Protecting a Vulnerable Employee?

Evil HR Lady

My “position” was called back to our store after furlough but I was not. My coworker, who I trained and share the position with, was called back yesterday. No one will answer my calls or questions about my possible return. I am 58 years old and have had higher evaluation scores than my coworker.

2020 231

5 Ways to Provide the Best Small Business Customer Service

Career Alley

In today's competitive industries it can be difficult to stand out from the crowd, especially when your business is small. The best tool available for you to stand out is through your customer service strategy. Career Advice customer service

2020 261

Is the Pandemic Making You a Chronic Worrier? Here’s How to Stop.

Ms. Career Girl

Karen McGregor says not only does worry suppress our immune system, it keeps us. from living the life we were meant to have—pandemic or no pandemic. Here’s how. to dismantle your worry channel and create a healthier, happier life. Is it possible to have a worry-free pandemic?

2020 185

From Manufacturing to Aerospace

Career Shifters

“I knew that I was becoming less and less of my usual, happy self.”. Lisa Jimenez was angry, frustrated, and finding it increasingly difficult to go to work every day. With the support of a trusted friend, she took action, even though she didn't have all the answers.

2020 202

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Making Freelancing Sustainable

Career Alley

The need for people to work from home, whether they’re freelancers or full-time workers, has never been shown to be as important as during the COVID-19 pandemic. Discover Career Opportunities Freelance

Five Ways to Be Heard at Work

Ms. Career Girl

According to Gallup’s State of the American Workplace report, only 30% percent of employees strongly agree that their opinions count at work. So, where does that leave the other 70%?

2020 167

Why Some Employees Don’t Want You to Reopen

Evil HR Lady

Jamie Black-Lewis owns two spas that had to close due to Coronavirus shutdowns. Like many other small business owners, she applied for and received a loan under the Payroll Protection Plan.

2020 174

Tips to Advance Your Career During the Covid-19 Crisis

Jobacle

The world can feel a bit like it’s at a standstill right now with the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. Many people are out of work, whether they’re laid off, furloughed, or just not able to go into work right now. .

2020 172

Don’t Think You Have An Entrepreneurial Spirit? Here’s What To Do!

Career Alley

When you’re passionate about your business idea and you are confident it can help people, you’ll be on to a winner. Career Advice Entrepreneurship

2020 201

Making Your Company Permanently Remote-Friendly

Ms. Career Girl

The COVID-19 crisis has driven many companies into the remote work world. As the initial wave of the response to the virus shut down business operations across the globe, brick-and-mortar enterprises found themselves scrambling to shift their activities onto the cloud.

2020 150

Why It’s Okay to Hate Working from Home

Evil HR Lady

In the past, survey after survey showed that the majority of people want to work from home. Well, now we’ve had a chance. For the past six weeks or so, every job that could be done from home has been done from home. And you know what? It’s okay to hate it.

2020 174

A 2020 Guide to Spatial Reasoning Tests

Jobacle

. Space is something we probably all feel we’re lacking in 2020, as our world shrinks to the size of our four walls. And while this year has certainly taken some adjusting to, there are a few positives that can come from having more hours on your hands.

2020 141

Looking For A Mobile Job? Here’s What You Need To Know

Career Alley

Mobile jobs are the natural development of a fluid society and economy – employers now have the technology, foresight, and will to give their employees more flexibility. Discover Career Opportunities mobile mobile job

2020 201

Importance of Going for Walks During the Pandemic

Ms. Career Girl

For millions of people around the world, the recent pandemic has uprooted lives and caused excessive amounts of stress. While having to deal with shelter-in-place orders and lockdowns, it is important to find ways to combat stress and keep your physical and mental health in check.

2020 138

Leading a Company Through an Employer Brand Refresh

The Undercover Recruiter

Allianz is a European multinational financial services company headquartered in Munich, Germany. Its core businesses are insurance and asset management. The organization is undergoing major transformations, including a global refresh of its employer brand.

2020 93

These Are The Ten Best Bits of Career Advice I have Ever Been Given

Career Advice Guy

I’ve been working for twenty plus years, across five continents and 28 countries, with some of the best businessmen and women. Read More. The post These Are The Ten Best Bits of Career Advice I have Ever Been Given appeared first on The Career Advice Guy. Career Advice Guy

2020 88

my employees don’t want to return to work because they’re making more from unemployment

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’m a small business owner who had about 45 employees before the COVID-19 shutdown hit us hard. We laid off or furloughed the entire staff, and we’ve now been approved for and received a PPP loan.

2020 114

When Employees Want COVID Unemployment Over a Job at Your Company.

HR Capitalist

This post is for the business owners (and the HR pros who support them) that have lower paying jobs that have been thrown into turmoil by the COVID lockdown and the resulting recession. The company I'm a part of isn't part of this situation, but I've been following the news closely.

2020 76

Your Employer Value Proposition and COVID-19

The Undercover Recruiter

A pandemic, or any crisis, will be an acid test for your corporate furniture such as purpose, values, principles, behaviors, etc. In the employer brand world, we have to ensure our EVP is robust and is delivering what it promises, in good times and bad.

2020 81

Doctors will stop giving an ADHD diagnosis. Here’s why.

Penelope Trunk

Recently a flurry of articles about academic overachievers appeared in scientific journals. Specifically, the research found that people with a diagnosis of Autism were more frequently high achievers in school. And people diagnosed with ADHD were more frequently low achievers in school.

2020 105

Inspiring Women in Automotive History

Ms. Career Girl

For some uplifting information and stories during this uncertain time, check out this post that highlights women in the motor industry and their heroic achievements!

Time to Transform Your Personal HR Brand By Saying Yes! (Even When You Mean No!)

HR Capitalist

Let’s talk about your personal brand inside the world of HR. More to the point, let’s talk about saying “yes” as an HR leader/HR pro. The biggest stereotype the world has about HR is that we’re the corporate people police, there to say no to everything we can – regardless of our level.

2020 73

have your kids take notes at your meetings, and other weirdly out-of-touch advice for the quarantine

Ask A Manager

I offer for your enjoyment this amazing email I received this week: I thought you and your readers might be amused by a meeting that my spouse’s company had recently. The topic was “Tips on Staying Productive While Working from Home with Kids” and the meeting was hosted by three people from their HR department. Some of the tips included: Have your kids listen in on meetings and teach them how to take notes.

2020 81

This is a great time to make a career change

Penelope Trunk

I learned about bouncing back from the diet industry. This is not surprising. All the best research about personal development comes from the diet industry because there’s so much money to be made if you can figure out how to help people lose weight.

2020 95

Best Office Trash Cans

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Best Office Trash Cans. While we may not necessarily like to discuss certain topics within an office or professional setting, it is important to ensure that your workspace, whether at a home or work office, is setup for peak productivity and efficiency.

2020 52

THE HR FAMOUS PODCAST: e12 - Getting Paid to Not Work

HR Capitalist

In episode 12 of The HR Famous Podcast , long-time HR leaders (and friends) Jessica Lee, Tim Sackett and Kris Dunn come together to talk quarantine watching habits, unemployment insurance coverage and the Payroll Protection Plan.

2020 68

update: I’m burned out and overworked and my bosses keep piling more work on me

Ask A Manager

I’m kicking off a special mid-year updates season, because we need it. Every day from now until the end of May, I’ll be running updates from people who had their letters answered here in the past (this will be on top of regular posts). .

2020 80

How to Cope with Long-Term Uncertainty

Water Cooler Wisdom

As much as experts want to predict how the coronavirus situation will pan out, the truth is that no one really knows what's going to happen. The good news is that there are several things business owners can do to reduce their uncertainty.    1. Act on the outcomes you can realistically anticipate. Businesses based on in-person interaction already know that customers won’t be coming in for a while.

2020 40

Inspirational Desk Décor

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Inspirational Desk Décor. We’ve previously discussed the importance of creating a home or work office that is accommodating and pleasant to your own style. This includes a beach desk décor theme, ideas to create a more Zen-like theme, and Disney desk accessories.

2020 52

How to Meditate

David Zinger

I encourage you to read, download, and share this very brief, under 7 minute, guide to meditation based on my 40 years of meditation experience. You will find it easy going, playful, and potentially very helpful. An easy going guide to meditation.

2020 52

update: my boss has violent tantrums and punches holes in walls

Ask A Manager

It’s a special “where are you now?” season at Ask a Manager, when I’m running updates from people who had their letters here answered in the past. Remember the letter-writer whose boss had violent tantrums and punched holes in walls ? Here’s the update.

2020 78

I saw my coworkers’ private messages mocking my weight, my coworker has permanently borrowed my laptop, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I saw my coworkers’ private messages mocking my weight. I recently hosted a Zoom call for my work team. At the end of the call, I was sent the transcript for the meeting’s group chat, as it contained some important notes.

2020 77

my employer wants me to come back at half my pay, coworker posts awful things on Facebook, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My employer wants to bring me back to work — at half my old pay. I live in California and I was a bar manager making $26/hour plus tips (only when bartending, not managing). Shelter-in-place happened and my boss laid off the whole company.

2020 77

should I ask an employee to dress more professionally on video calls?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I am lucky to be able to work remotely during this crisis, which means multiple Zoom or Teams calls each day. I lead a team at a fairly conservative employer, and one of my employees shows up in a baseball hat and hoodie for every team meeting.

2020 76