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HR Doesn’t Care about Your Feelings

Evil HR Lady

Yesterday, I encountered a question on an HR forum. The poster asked about an employee who had just changed religions, was now a Muslim, and wanted to wear “Muslim clothes.” ” This violated the company’s dress code, she said. Was she required to accommodate the request?

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Ten Resilience-Building Habits to Master

Ms. Career Girl

National Nurses Week is May 6 through May 12. While COVID-19 continues to wreak its havoc, some frontline workers are coping with the stress better than others. Dr. Wayne Sotile and Dr. Gary Simonds say they are healthcare’s “thrivers.”

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4 Tiers of Nursing Credentials


You can identify as a nurse after just a few months of training, and you can identify as a nurse after decades of advanced education and workplace experience. So, what’s the difference? There are tiers to nursing credentials that many prospective nurses should understand before entering the field.

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How To Make a Career Change

Executive Career Brand

If you’re one of the millions of people who lost their job because of the pandemic, or for another reason, you may be considering a career change. Maybe your industry dried up, and you have no choice but to look elsewhere.

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From Financial Services to Farm Stays

Career Shifters

“It made me feel depressed, like I was selling my soul.”. Hannah Jones' corporate career left her feeling trapped and low. When a promotion helped to put things into perspective, she began a process of exploration. Organically, and gradually, this led her to her new path. Here's her story

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Workplace Relationships – How to Make Them or Break Them

Ms. Career Girl

When I sat down to write this article about workplace relationships and friendships, my mind wandered to a wildly different, yet not-too-distant time. I recalled the time a work friend and I were both in San Francisco for our massive company conference in 2019.

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Etiquette Tips That Will Help You Succeed In Your Next Video Interview 


If you are on a job hunt right now, the chances are you have come across jobs offering video interviews as a part of the recruitment process. In a 2012 survey by OfficeTeam, 60 percent of companies used video interviews to boost efficiency while hiring.

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How to Write an Executive Resume When You Don’t Have a College Degree

Professional Resume Services

Do you know what one of the most common concerns I hear from clients? “I don’t have a degree.” ” Executive job seekers come to us to rewrite their resumes and in doing that we need to create their story. For some people, that does not include education.

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Finding Joy Through Grief

Ms. Career Girl

The year 2020 will go down in history for most of us as a year we will never forget. All of us battled isolation, financial uncertainty, lives and routines being upended, and racial issues dominating our headlines and brains.

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Common Workplace Injuries Affecting U.S. Healthcare Workers


Hospitals are among the most dangerous places to work, according to a report by the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

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Mother’s Day

Sklover Working Wisdom

“God could not be everywhere and therefore he invented mothers.”. – Jewish Saying. If you can’t see the photo above, please [ Click Here ]. To every mother, grandmother, and great grand-mother out there, THANKS. Today is Your Day. It’s even named after you.

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Let's Look at Open Jobs + Unemployment Benefits Through the Lens of a Recruiting Department.

The HR Capitalist

Do you believe that COVID-related unemployment benefits are preventing people from rejoining the workforce?

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Washingtonian CEO Is Right and Wrong About Returning to the Office

Evil HR Lady

Working in the office was the rule until companies and governments encouraged everyone to stay home due to the Covid-19 outbreak. The vaccine is available to everyone over 16 who wants it, and infection rates are down in most areas. Several states have lifted their Covid restrictions altogether.

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3 Common Construction Equipment Jobsite Accidents and How to Prevent Them


It’s no secret that construction remains one of the top ten most dangerous jobs not only in the U.S. but all across the globe. A recent report states that each year thousands of injuries and triple-digit fatalities related to construction machine and equipment operation are realized. .

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A Wake-Up Call: Tackling the Employee Insomnia Crisis

The Undercover Recruiter

When COVID-19 struck this time last year, most employees were forced to work from home. One of the results of enforced remote working is the rise in the number of people experiencing insomnia.

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?? Where Are You Most Likely To Find Your Resume?


Stop googling “find my resume” Check these places instead when you can't find your resume files. Photo by Jeremy McKnight. Job seekers often go a few years between job searches.

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Should You Draw the Line With Employees’ Individuality?

Evil HR Lady

A reader question: Some of my employees have asked about bringing their “authentic self” to the workplace. I want to encourage individuality and the good things that come with that, but how can I still make it clear that they need to behave appropriately at work?

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5 Popular Recruitment Trends For 2021

Recruit CRM

As the war for talent gets more brutal, companies are making large investments in technology to gain a competitive advantage. Randstad alone spent $393 million on IT last year!

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How To Answer The "What’s Your Biggest Weakness?" Question In A Job Interview

Career Realism

Even though it's one of the most common interview questions out there, everyone hates being asked, “What's your biggest weakness?" during a job interview. It's hard enough showing your potential during an interview.

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don’t do this

Ask a Manager

This post, don’t do this , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

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Scaling Employee Relations as Your Organization Grows

Evil HR Lady

Startups are exciting: Five, ten people–all wearing multiple hats and working long hours, with the dream of making their fortunes.

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15+ Responsive Recruiting Email Templates | Ready To Send

Recruit CRM

Communication is vital if you want to maintain a proper relationship with your candidates and clients. Unfortunately, G2, in a survey, has stated that about 52% of candidates don’t receive any form of communication from recruiters about two to three months after applying.

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4 Things Companies Should Be Showcasing To Prospective Employees In 2021

Career Realism

Companies that are consistently looking to add new talent to their teams don't have time to mess around. In order to attract the right type of candidates for job openings, companies need to be upfront about certain things that job seekers are looking for in a company.

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my employee is overwhelmingly emotionally needy

Ask a Manager

This post, my employee is overwhelmingly emotionally needy , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I am a department head for a medium-sized nonprofit. I have eight direct reports and I report directly to the CEO.

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Biden Blocks Trump’s Gig Worker Rules

Evil HR Lady

The Biden administration just unraveled a Trump-era rule change that offered to make it easier for companies to classify–or reclassify–their workers as independent contractors rather than employees.

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10 Positive Ways How Recruit CRM Has Been Changing The Recruiting World

Recruit CRM

In the beginning, every brand or company is in that specific dropout stage where they've extraordinary plans, very little time, and a small team of enthusiastic individuals who want to give it their all. This was exactly how Recruit CRM looked in the beginning 3 years back.

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5 Tips For Motivating Your Team

Career Realism

Motivating your team can be a challenge, especially during the summer when no one wants to be stuck in the office and everyone is daydreaming about the beach. When your employees aren't "in it to win it," your brand will suffer.

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my coworker’s constant emails make me less productive

Ask a Manager

This post, my coworker’s constant emails make me less productive , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

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Divorce showdown Bezos vs Gates which is saddest

Penelope Trunk

Marriage with kids is co-parenting and ironically, divorce with kids is co-parenting: same decisions, same values, same uneven emotional investment.

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7 Lower-Stress Remote Jobs For Working Parents

Career Realism

Working parents already lead very stressful lives. So, it only makes sense for them to seek lower-stress jobs where it's easier to achieve work-life balance and avoid burnout.

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Get Creative With A Career At TikTok

Career Realism

TikTok has become somewhat of a cultural phenomenon and has given everyone (everyday people, celebrities, and even politicians) a platform to get creative and build their brands. But filming video isn't the only way to get creative at TikTok.

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Moving Up: How To Transition Into A Leadership Role

Career Realism

Whether you're managing a team or leading a country, making a transition into a leadership role can be a bit of a challenge. If you want to start off on the right foot, there are a few things you should keep in mind. Here are 11 tips for successfully transitioning into a leadership role.

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GitHub Is Focused On Bringing Developers Together

Career Realism

A global workforce needs platforms where people can collaborate with others, even those who are thousands of miles away GitHub's platform accomplishes this mission for software and coding developers, and that need will likely increase in the years ahead. What is GitHub?

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3 Companies Hiring Remotely For Sports Lovers

Career Realism

Are you interested in combining your professional skills with your love for sports? There are multiple job opportunities available that allow professionals to do this. Some of these opportunities even allow you to work from home. Here are a few companies hiring now.

we need paid family and medical leave — and a new bill in Congress would give it to us

Ask a Manager

This post, we need paid family and medical leave — and a new bill in Congress would give it to us , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s no secret that the U.S. has terrible support for workers, particularly around paid family and medical leave.

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I manage the CEO’s horrible nephew, quitting a job I love over money, and more

Ask a Manager

This post, I manage the CEO’s horrible nephew, quitting a job I love over money, and more , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I manage the CEO’s nephew and he’s horrible.

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CEO wants staff to buy his wife’s book, junior assistant keeps calling me “hun,” and more

Ask a Manager

This post, CEO wants staff to buy his wife’s book, junior assistant keeps calling me “hun,” and more , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. CEO is pressuring staff to buy his wife’s book.

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