Sat.Mar 13, 2021 - Fri.Mar 19, 2021

Lawsuit: Employees Not Paying for Pre-Shift Covid Screening

Evil HR Lady

For the past year, employers have been regularly screening employees for fevers and other Covid-19 symptoms. If you’ve attended one of my Covid webinars (the next one is on March 23) , you’ve heard me bring up the question of employee pay.

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How to Network on LinkedIn Like a Pro

Executive Career Brand

If you’ve read anything about executive job search best practices, you know that networking is the best way to land a great-fit gig. You also know that includes building your LinkedIn network and staying active there.

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How to Avoid Being Invisible While Working From Home

Ms. Career Girl

The past year has changed the way many of us work. Many more Americans than ever are working from home. So much so, it’s now earned its own acronym, “WFH.” ” Figuring out how to stand out in a crowd and form meaningful relationships with managers is more important than ever.

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Saint Patrick’s Day

Sklover Working Wisdom

To All Our Friends Of Irish Descent, and All Who are Blessed with the Irish Spirit: “May you have all the happiness and luck that life can hold — And at the end of all your rainbows may you find a pot of gold.” ” Happy St. Paddy’s Day. from All of Us at. SkloverWorkingWisdom.com.

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What I’m Reading

Evil HR Lady

Offspring #2 was deeply disappointed that Can I Bring My Pet Monkey to Work by Charles T. Passaglia was not about how he could get permission to bring his pet monkey to work, but rather about employment law. I’m working on him and will bring him to the employment law dark side soon enough.

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Now What? 11 Practical Ways To Turn Your Vague Ideas Into Clearer Paths For Your Next Career

Career Shifters

Feeling like your career change has hit a plateau? Got a few areas of interest, but no idea what to do next with them, or what they might look like in reality? Natasha shares 11 practical actions to help you find fresh inspiration, greater focus and deeper confidence in your career direction

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The Difference Between a Soul mate and a Life Partner

Ms. Career Girl

Have you often wished for your soul mate for as long as you can remember? Wishing on shooting stars and blowing dandelions to get the chance to wish for your one and only soul mate. It has happened to the best of us.

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The Story of How a Zoom Meeting Saved a Woman

Evil HR Lady

A year into the pandemic, and we’re all tired of Zoom meetings, but one woman may owe her life to a Zoom court hearing. State attorney assistant Deborah Davis noticed that the victim in a domestic abuse hearing acted strangely, and she asked the Judge to investigate.

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From Law to Tech Start-up

Career Shifters

“I felt I had a lot more skills than my existing job was making use of.”. Rebecca Kacaba had more to offer, and longed to be part of an expanding new industry. After putting in long hours growing her fledgling business on the side, she took the leap and went all in.

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Building a Small Business After Bankruptcy

Ms. Career Girl

Filing for bankruptcy is a spiritually-depleting, financially-depressing, just downright hard experience to go through. Whether you file through an attorney or on your own, each stage can be overwhelming to navigate, and thinking about life after bankruptcy seems far off.

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Recruit CRM's Recruitment Entrepreneurs Series Ft. Michael Orlowski

Recruit CRM

Hailing from North Carolina, Michael Orlowski is the founding member of Talent Champions Council which is a leading private membership community for innovative talent strategy and is for anyone who believes people are a company's greatest asset.

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Paid Time Off For Covid-19 Vaccines? It’s the Law in NY and Elsewhere If You Mandate the Jab

Evil HR Lady

New York State just passed a law–effective March 12, 2021–that requires bu sinesses to provide four hours of paid time off (PTO) for each Covid-19 vaccination an employee receives.

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6 Reasons A Flexible Work Schedule Will Change Your Life

Career Realism

Having a flexible work schedule is becoming one of the most sought-after job perks. According to a survey conducted by FlexJobs , 97 % of respondents said a job with flexibility would have a positive impact on their overall quality of life.

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COVID Stress – How to Calm Yourself Down When It All Gets to Be Too Much

Ms. Career Girl

Now that the pandemic has raged on for nearly a year, people’s stress levels are through the roof. Teachers, healthcare employees, and other frontline workers, along with parents, kids, and all other citizens, are feeling the impact.

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Can Recruiters Avoid Gender Bias In Workplace With These 4 Steps?

Recruit CRM

The World Health Organization (WHO) clearly states that about 1/3rd of a person's life is spent at work. Therefore, how he/she spends their time at work will determine their overall well-being, happiness and mental health.

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I thought of work as my family — and then they laid me off

Ask a Manager

This post, I thought of work as my family — and then they laid me off , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

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6 Tips For Working Women With Families

Career Realism

Working women with families: Are you getting what you deserve at work? I once responded to a concern from a woman who worked for a government agency. She reported winning several awards a year, but believed she was not being promoted because she had special needs children.

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5 Things Possessed By Successful Women In IT

Career Realism

With organizations and communities dedicated to supporting women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers, the opportunities for women to break into the IT field are increasingly plentiful.

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5 Women-Led Companies That Hire Remote Workers

Career Realism

More and more professionals are looking for remote jobs as a result of COVID-19. In response to this demand, and to attract top talent, an increasing number of companies are relaxing their previously strict rules on working from home, and are now open to, and hiring for, fully remote positions.

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Negotiating Salary: Tips For Professional Women

Career Realism

Although negotiating salary should come naturally to women, it's not usually the case.

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3 Reasons Why Job Boards Could Hinder Your Search

Career Realism

At one time, job boards were the way to go for job seekers. It's where you could post your resume for employers and recruiters to view, and apply to job openings. But today, it's a different story.

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Hiring Now.Twilio

Career Realism

Are looking for flexibility and the opportunity to be on the cutting edge of technology? You may want to consider a career at Twilio. Here's a snapshot of what it's like to work at Twilio. What Is Twilio?

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I reported my boss to HR on my first day, an AWOL manager, and more

Ask a Manager

This post, I reported my boss to HR on my first day, an AWOL manager, and more , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I reported my boss to HR on my first day.

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I flew out for an interview — and they ended it after one question

Ask a Manager

This post, I flew out for an interview — and they ended it after one question , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I went on an interview for a position in another state that I was really excited about. I work in a niche field and jobs rarely open.

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I want to ban my staff from debating who should be eligible for a Covid vaccine

Ask a Manager

This post, I want to ban my staff from debating who should be eligible for a Covid vaccine , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I am a senior manager at work.

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Captain Awkward and I answered some letters

Ask a Manager

This post, Captain Awkward and I answered some letters , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A year ago, right before the lockdown, Jennifer of Captain Awkward and I met up for drinks and ended up collaborating on some letters. A year later … maybe with the end of the pandemic in sight? … we’re doing it again, minus being in-person and minus the drinks.

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can I recover from a bad reputation at work?

Ask a Manager

This post, can I recover from a bad reputation at work? , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I’m a professional in an office setting (working from home now but usually we are in the office) and I’ve been at this job for about seven years.

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our boss told us where we can and can’t grocery shop, unfriending someone I have to fire, and more

Ask a Manager

This post, our boss told us where we can and can’t grocery shop, unfriending someone I have to fire, and more , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Can our employer tell us where to grocery shop during Covid?

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is there a professional way to call BS?

Ask a Manager

This post, is there a professional way to call BS? , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I’m working on a project which is being done in a non-standard way. The process we are using is not the norm, but it’s something we end up doing somewhat frequently.

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my younger staff prefer communicating by text, boss keeps missing our meetings, and more

Ask a Manager

This post, my younger staff prefer communicating by text, boss keeps missing our meetings, and more , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My younger staff prefer communicating by text.

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has Covid killed work-life balance?

Ask a Manager

This post, has Covid killed work-life balance? , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

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company sent us PayDay candy as “appreciation,” manager discouraged me from getting vaccinated, and more

Ask a Manager

This post, company sent us PayDay candy as “appreciation,” manager discouraged me from getting vaccinated, and more , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go….

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my old boss is now my peer, asking for a pay increase for working from home, and more

Ask a Manager

This post, my old boss is now my peer, asking for a pay increase for working from home, and more , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My old boss is now my peer — but keeps acting like my boss.

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the office admin refuses to speak to me

Ask a Manager

This post, the office admin refuses to speak to me , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I began a job with a new organization in December, with a downgrade in responsibility but a moderate increase in salary. My supervisor was hired at the same time (from another department within the organization) and did not assume her new role until the new year. This left a few weeks where I was reporting to the person who would become my boss’s boss.

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it’s your Friday good news

Ask a Manager

This post, it’s your Friday good news , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s your Friday good news, with more accounts of success even in this weird time. I just had my annual review, which I was absolutely dreading. This year has been so hard.

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managers can’t be held hostage by a bad employee

Ask a Manager

This post, managers can’t be held hostage by a bad employee , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I belong to a church of the type where people’s families have attended for generations. One of our members has acted as secretary for over 20 years.

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I’m always late to everything!

Ask a Manager

This post, I’m always late to everything! , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s the Thursday “ask the readers” question. A reader writes: I’m a recent-ish college grad and am working my first position related to my college major (although I’ve been working since I was 17). My entire life I’ve been late to everything. I have no idea why. I’ve tried clocks and timers and tricks, talk therapy and even hypnotherapy and medication, all to no avail.

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