Sat.Mar 21, 2020 - Fri.Mar 27, 2020

Is Teaching Right For You?

Career Alley

Teaching is truly a vocation and something that many people really love to do because it is very rewarding. But before you go out and get your masters of education online, you should consider all of the options that may help you decide whether it is the right career choice for you. Find your Dream Job teaching Teaching Careers

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How to Conduct a Job Search During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Ms. Career Girl

It’s mayhem out there. The Covid19 coronavirus has been declared a pandemic , and is affecting life as we know it. The business world is reeling as companies shutter their offices and factories, restrict business travel, and attempt to limit face-to-face contact. Each day there is a new report from state and local authorities, and the news keeps getting worse. The situation has been compared to a war, and the sacrifices Americans are being asked to make feel like wartime sacrifices.

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How to Help Your Laid-Off or Furloughed Employees Manage Unemployment

Evil HR Lady

As state after state closes all but essential businesses, many companies are laying off and furloughing employees. Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin, warns that unless the government acts appropriately, the country could end up with 20 percent unemployment. If you lay off (or furlough) your employees , they are eligible for unemployment.

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Career change and uncertainty: what to do when everything’s up in the air and you don’t have any of the answers

Career Shifters

Feeling groundless and apprehensive? Stuck in survival mode, unable to take action? Natasha shares 6 ways to reduce your panic and take back control in uncertain times

2020 167

5 Latest Ways to get the Job with the Help of Social Media

Career Alley

Networking plays a vital role; giving us access to people who can recommend us for positions or simply inform us of opportunities. Find your Dream Job Social Media

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How to Stay Positive No Matter What’s Going On

Ms. Career Girl

We live in challenging times, especially now during the coronavirus pandemic; nevertheless, there are ways to focus on the positive things in life. These powerhouse female authors will help you do just that by shedding light during these dark times. As the old saying goes, “always look on the bright side of life.” ” Stay positive with these inspired ideas.

2020 186

I Got Fired in My Dream Last Night, and My Dream Boss Did It Wrong

Evil HR Lady

Do you have stress dreams? They used to be that it was the end of the semester and I’d forgotten about a class and now I was going to flunk it. Or, I couldn’t remember my locker combination. Lately, they’ve been about moving (since I moved in September), where I need to be out of my apartment the next day but I haven’t packed anything. I wish my brain would use downtime to do something other than stress out. But, last night, I dreamed I got fired.

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5 Essential Tools for Small Businesses

Career Alley

Starting a small business doesn’t have to be overwhelming. By using the right tools, you can streamline the process to reduce the workload on yourself and allow you to enjoy the challenge of running your own company. Career Advice Small Business

2020 198

Covid-19 Pandemic Anxiety – Time For Some Inspiring Reading!

Ms. Career Girl

Just a few months ago, who would have imagined being asked, or required, to embrace social distancing, or shelter at home. The Covid-19 pandemic has changed all of our lives drastically. For some, it’s frustrating. For most of us, it’s brought anxiety and worry. We don’t know what tomorrow holds, and that’s unsettling at best. Anxiety about Covid-19 is becoming a problem by itself. I’ve found that keeping myself away from the constant flow of worrisome news helps.

2020 182

Why Your Sick Policy May be Causing Actual Harm

Evil HR Lady

Kathleen Moncrieff is a family physician who spends her time off sewing masks for herself and her colleagues, as there is a global shortage. They aren’t as good the commercially made masks, she admits, but they are better than nothing. She’s doing everything she can to help keep her community safe and healthy–and she has some sage advice for employers: Stop requiring sick employees to get doctor’s notes.

2020 165

Working Virtually Amidst Covid-19

Professional Resume Services

Many of us have been working from home for years. Now called a “Virtual” or “Remote” environment, with the global healthcare crisis consuming daily activities, many more of you are getting the opportunity to see that “working from home” isn’t always as glamorous as it seemed when you were working. Read more » The post Working Virtually Amidst Covid-19 appeared first on Executive Resume Services.

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Is Your Employer Taking The Right Care Of You?

Career Alley

No one should have to work a job where they aren't cared for or appreciated. You should feel valued at your job every single day by both your colleagues and your employer. Career Advice saftey

2020 198

A Covid-19 Message From The U.K. To Help You Cope

Ms. Career Girl

As we prepare for the next phase of our battle with Covid-19, author Kay Hutchison shares a few thoughts from the UK … Here in the UK we are probably a bit ahead of the US in terms of the scale of the pandemic. Over the weekend in the UK, all but the essential shops have been closing, people are stocking up with supplies like never before and the Government is urging social distancing and self-isolation.

2020 177

Sklover’s Thoughts for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“Yesterday’s gone, and tomorrow is blind. That’s why I live one day at a time.”. – Willie Nelson. Want a great way to reduce your stress, especially in stressful times? Many of us have found that it surely helps to continually remind ourselves to live life one day at a time. Don’t agonize and don’t fret. Don’t torment yourself or lose sleep about problems that have not yet arrived. Most things we fret about never take place. Just take your life as it presents itself: one day at a time.

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Leadership Tools for Executives Seeking New Opportunities

Professional Resume Services

Taking on a new leadership opportunity can come with undue stress surrounding the demands and qualifications of the role. Familiarizing yourself with the common tools executives use to operate at their full potential can make a major difference in your confidence entering the new position. Use the strategies listed below to give yourself a. Read more » The post Leadership Tools for Executives Seeking New Opportunities appeared first on Executive Resume Services.

2020 100

Successfully Managing Millennials in Six Words or Less

Career Alley

As a business manager, it's important to recognize the differences, adapt your expectations, and reap the benefits of the enthusiasm and energy that a relatively young workforce has to offer. Career Advice Managing Millennials

2020 198

Become a Shero. It’s Time To Up Your Game

Ms. Career Girl

March is Women’s History Month and a perfect time to reflect on the accomplishments of females throughout time. We call these strong ladies who are fighting for equal rights lady bosses, superwomen or sheroes. The last term was first coined during the suffrage movement in 1836 when women were fighting for their voting rights. A shero is defined as a woman who is admired for her courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities. Sheroes come in all shapes and sizes.

2020 116

THE HR FAMOUS PODCAST: E7 – COVID-19 + Work From Home (WFH) Advice from Dawn Burke.

The HR Capitalist

In Episode 7 of The HR Famous Podcast , long-time HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett and Kris Dunn (Jessica Lee on break) get together to with Dawn Burke (Senior Writer at Fistful of Talent, Sr. Consultant at Recruiting Toolbox) to talk about Work From Home, as tens of millions of American workers have been told to stay home, keep working and figure it out on the fly.

2020 99

From Journalist to Not-for-profit Founder

Career Shifters

“The work I was producing felt pointless and, to some extent, self-indulgent.”. Giovanni Fontana spent years holding out for his 'dream career', job-hopping between many different roles in the process. But when he took some much-needed time out to reflect, he finally discovered what was most important to him, and how to use it to get unstuck. Here's how he did it

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How to Cope When You Feel Overwhelmed at Work

The Undercover Recruiter

Work is a fact of life for most of us. We can’t choose whether we go to work or not because we need the money, so that means we have to put up with a lot of situations we wouldn’t necessarily choose to encounter and many of them can feel overwhelming. But just as we […]. How to Cope When You Feel Overwhelmed at Work Undercover Recruiter -. Workplace anxiety Coping Mechanisms exhaustion John G Cole netcredit.com overwhelmed stress

2020 69

The Sandwich Generation: How to Navigate a Healthy Work-Life Balance

Ms. Career Girl

Most people have to live through a sandwich generation phase of life. That stretch through your 30s, 40s, and 50s can be exhausting as you balance the demands of work, children, and aging parents. When you toss in the complexities of the increasingly remote, technologically sophisticated modern workplace, it can feel nearly impossible to find genuine work-life balance. The Challenges of the Sandwich Generation.

2020 109

THE OWL: A Metaphor For Life During the COVID-19 Lockdown.

The HR Capitalist

It's a weird time for all of us right now. Coronavirus. COVID-19. Being at home 100% of the time. It's a time for reflection. For meaning. Earlier this week I couldn't sleep. I looked at the clock - 4:30am - and I decided to make a bathroom run. On the way I heard it - an Owl calling/hooting in the woods outside my house. Owls are beacons of wisdom. An owl hooting in the distance is full of context and full of promise that there's a bigger meaning to all of this.

2020 95

How to Start a Freelance Writing Career

Competitive Resumes

I worked at a large, multi-national investment bank for over a decade before I started my writing career. It can take a huge leap of faith, but working for oneself has a number of amazing benefits! Of course, there are also many different challenges involved in leaving a typical 9-5 job; and it has to be said that such a move isn’t a good fit for everyone. There’s a lot of self-discovery that comes with working for yourself. Yes, working for yourself has perks.

2020 100

How to Hack Your Lunch Hour

The Undercover Recruiter

The importance of taking a lunch break cannot be understated. Both for your mental health as well as your physical health, your lunch break offers you an opportunity to decompress and take a break from the task at hand. But, unfortunately, not enough Americans take an actual lunch break. And while it’s important to eat, […]. How to Hack Your Lunch Hour Undercover Recruiter -. Workplace Lunch break Lunch Hour Office Hacks Soda TED talk

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?? What You Need To Be Doing To Job Search at Home in Quarantine Today

JobMob

Need to find a new job but you're stuck at home in coronavirus quarantine? There are plenty of effective things you can do while other people are in the same situation. Photo by Priscilla Du Preez. On Monday, March 23rd, 2020, Hannah Morgan of CareerSherpa.net and I hosted an open-ended Zoom online video chat for job seekers.

2020 61

How to Start Your Career Using Just Social Media

Undercover Recruiter

When it comes to career progression, using social media to find a job or for professional development is something not many think about. Social media can be very divisive when thinking about its impact. From trolls and censorship to worries about recruiters ‘spying’ on you, it can get quite a negative perception. However, it doesn’t […]. How to Start Your Career Using Just Social Media Undercover Recruiter -.

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How to love what you do and be more successful

Competitive Resumes

In part 1 of this blog series, we discussed how when you focus your efforts on your personal strengths you are much more likely to increase your contribution, excel in your career and find lasting satisfaction. So focusing on your strengths sounds like an interesting idea but how do you get started and how does it work in practice? Firstly, it’s important to get crystal clear on your own strengths.

2020 100

Work-Related Stress Causing Burnout for Nurses

The Undercover Recruiter

With the Coronavirus pandemic gripping most of the globe it comes as no surprise there is considerable pressure on our medical staff. Frontline medical workers such as doctors and nurses bear the brunt of a world health crisis like the one we are currently facing. It will be no surprise that research has found a […]. Work-Related Stress Causing Burnout for Nurses Undercover Recruiter -. Workplace Burnout nurses randstad work-related stress

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Best Office Pencil Sharpeners

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Best Office Pencil Sharpeners. While most business professionals opt for pens as their tool of choice when writing a document or signing a contract, there are some instances where a pencil would be both a smarter and better choice. These can include when drafting specs, drawing designs, and collaborating with other team members and colleagues. When it comes to pencils, there is perhaps nothing more important than the pencil sharpener.

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Best HR Software Solutions for 2020

Undercover Recruiter

Technology and HR have never been more critical in business. It’s impossible to imagine running a business without these two. HR software solutions have an essential role to play today. These systems are used for hiring, onboarding, managing, and training employees. Every business that wants to make these processes flawless should look to get a […]. Best HR Software Solutions for 2020 Undercover Recruiter -. Talent Acquisition 2020 HR Software Kamy Anderson ProProfs

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Focus on Doing What you Love – Delegate the Rest

Competitive Resumes

Networking, marketing, thought leadership, event delivery, product development, social media, relationship management and more – a life coach business demands a myriad of skills and abilities akin to the personified swiss army knife. Oh, and you should to be brilliant at them all too, right? But here’s the thing. Being good at everything is a fantasy that will torture you forever unless you let it go and learn to delegate.

2020 100

How to Be a Better Employer Brand Leader

The Undercover Recruiter

Where do you start when leveling up your employer branding? An experienced employer brand leader shares the strategies, tools, and skills that can make a difference. Sara Balaban is Employer Brand & Talent Operations Lead at Geller & Company. Have a listen to the episode below, keep reading for a summary and be sure to […]. How to Be a Better Employer Brand Leader Undercover Recruiter -.

2020 54

Interview Tips for Freshers

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Interview Tips for Freshers. A job interview can induce anxiety, nervousness, and unease in even the most seasoned professionals. But for freshers, that anxiety can be tenfold. Freshers generally have less direct work experience and work history, making the interview a bit more difficult to prepare for. However, there are still things you can do to prepare for an upcoming interview.

2020 40

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Career Realism

2020 57

How to Build Relationships with Generation Z

Water Cooler Wisdom

 Generation Z, defined as those born 1996-2012, is a diverse and cosmopolitan group of young people that may be inexperienced, but appreciates unique opportunities to contribute. What else do we know about them, and what can we do to better connect with Gen Z? They are city dwellers who stay put. Not only is Generation Z more ethnically and racially diverse than prior generations, but members reside in heterogeneous environments as well. 

2020 40

How to Beat Sunday Sadness

The Undercover Recruiter

Though Sunday is supposed to be a restful and relaxing day before the work week starts up again, the reality is that this usually isn’t the case. In reality, 80% of professionals actually spend their Sundays worried about the week ahead, or dreading going back to work. Given the name “Sunday Scaries,” this Sunday anxiety […]. How to Beat Sunday Sadness Undercover Recruiter -. Timebound Blues friends healthy Hello Bestow Sadness Sunday

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Best Jobs for People in Wheelchairs

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Best Jobs for People in Wheelchairs. Being in a wheelchair doesn’t have to limit your life or ability to work. Many employers, companies, and businesses actively look and seek out candidates of varying backgrounds to join their workforce. In addition, there are many laws and regulations which prohibit the discrimination of individuals based on disabilities. Although being in a wheelchair may make some activities more difficult, it generally does not limit your ability to work and be employed.

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