Baby On Board! How To Job Search While Pregnant

Career Realism

How To Job Search While Pregnant. Job searching for two? As a pregnant job seeker, you’re likely experiencing a myriad of emotions – excitement, happiness, fear, and stress. Taking on a job search while pregnant can be a challenge. Fortunately, we’ve got some great tips that will make your job search a little easier: Related: 5 Tips For Job Searching While Pregnant. Quality of Insurance/Benefits.

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Justice Department Sues Nation's Largest Mortgage Insurance.

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Keyword Search HCX for your Favorite Author / Content. HCX Jobs. Search. Justice Department Sues Nation’s Largest Mortgage Insurance Provider for Discrimination Against Women on Paid Maternity Leave. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, alleges that MGIC required women on paid maternity leave to return to work before the company would insure their mortgages. Recruiting / HR Jobs. Search Jobs.

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5 Tips For Job Searching While You’re Pregnant

Career Realism

Bringing a baby into the world is a wonderful thing, but some fear that it will hold them back in their job search. Before you start looking for a new job, check out these quick tips for job searching while you’re pregnant: 1. Before you start your job search, you need to consider what obligations you will have for your new baby, job search, and potential new job. Job Search Strategy

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How To Inadvertently Sabotage Your Job Search

Career Realism

Could you be sabotaging your job search ? to ensure employers would make hiring decisions based only upon information directly related to the requirements of the job. But, despite these laws, many excellent job seekers sometimes still get passed over based on personal information the hiring managers should never have known in the first place. How To Inadvertently Sabotage Your Job Search How can employers use personal information to make hiring decisions?

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Job Hoppers: Advice Before & After You Hop

Careers Done Write

One that remains true is, “Better to have a job to get a job.” ” Candidates who are employed fair much better when job-searching. 39% surveyed named job-hopping, 31% stated being unemployed for more than one year, and 28% said that gaps in the employment history were the biggest obstacle. If you are thinking of quitting before you have a new job, consider that decision very carefully.

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Dear Job Seeker, I’ve Been There

Workology

As the host of the Job Search Secrets show and a career blogger, I regularly dish out job search advice often times out of the goodness of my heart. A couple weeks ago, I gave a job seeker some career advice about applicant tracking systems and career assessment that accompany many online career websites. He expressed his frustration with the application and job search process especially online assessments. No insurance.

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7 Things Dads Should Ask About Before Taking The Job

Career Realism

So you’re looking for a job, any job. If you want to avoid at least some of the stress of combining work and family obligations, set up a time with the human resources office before taking the job. Paid Paternity Leave. Most employers that offer paid leave distinguish between maternity leave and paternity leave, although a small number offer “gender-neutral” parental leave. Health insurance benefits vary quite a bit among employers.

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Performance Improvement Plan a Fraud? – Here’s 12 Clear Indicators

Sklover Working Wisdom

Here are but a few examples: (a) not mentioning that you were given a special assignment that took up half of your time; (b) not mentioning that all other producers had four assistants, while you were assigned only one; (c) not mentioning that you were on maternity leave for four months of the 12-month measurement period. Here is an example: you did not train your staff well when, in fact, training your staff is not part of your job description.

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my boss is showing off his new $900,000 house, my weakness is my temper, and more

Ask a Manager

This is understandably salt in the wound, but I’d focus more on whether you’re happy in the location you live in and happy with your job despite the changes in management. Should I leave out the frustration bit and just focus on my other weakness during those questions? Legally they shouldn’t do it — under the Americans with Disabilities Act, any inquiry about an employee’s heath or medical condition must be “job-related and consistent with business necessity.”

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tiny answer Tuesday — 7 short answers to 7 short questions

Ask A Manager

We all keep hearing from Jane how John also applied for Jane’s job and that he might have hard feelings. These are grown-ups and this has nothing to do with you (in fact, it’s hard to imagine something that has less to do with you), so you should stay out of it and leave them to resolve it on their own. I don’t think her and her husband can afford to not have her work at least part time, so her just leaving altogether isn’t a possibility.

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my coworker closed her trunk on my arm and didn’t apologize, hiring family, and more

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I work as a runner for a law firm, so a good portion of my job involves making deliveries and such. It did hurt a lot, and while I’m not the kind of person to whine over every little scratch (hence why I just ignored it until our job was complete) an apology would have been nice. I am job searching. Many jobs ask me to apply with my “desired salary” (which at least is better than salary history). It’s five answers to five questions.

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letting a former thief make amends, the ego blow of not being interviewed, and more

Ask a Manager

My husband and I both manage small teams at our respective jobs, both at cultural heritage institutions. In theory, they could require you to disclose more as a condition of remaining in your job … and while that sounds awfully punitive, I can imagine a situation where they required that because they were wondering if you were somehow involved in the initial disappearance of the items. I recently returned to the office from maternity leave and am pumping several times a day.

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is employee taking too much sick leave, I keep getting surprise raises, and more

Ask a Manager

Is my employee taking too much sick leave? I’m a relatively new manager and I’m struggling a little with how to handle one of my employee’s use of sick leave. At least once in the past nine months, she’s blown completely through her accrued sick leave. If she has the sick leave to take, it’s not really fair to tell her that she can’t take it. I enjoy my job a lot, but the pay is well under market value. Worst of luck in your job search.”.

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BNET Column: Forget the job hunt. Have a baby instead. | Penelope.

Penelope Trunk

About this blog | About my company, Brazen Careerist | Penelopes guide to starting a blog BNET Column: Forget the job hunt. Posted to: Job Hunt | Women September 7th, 2010 Del.icio.us This is the most up-to-date career advice you’re going to get for dealing with a down-in-the-dumps job market. There are very few available jobs that require a graduate degree. The hardest thing to do in adult life is (in this order): raise kids, stay married, and hunt for a job.

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is allowing smoke breaks unfair to non-smokers? — Ask a Manager

Ask A Manager

Reply Slaten January 6, 2011 at 7:30 pm Unless you’re getting complaints from non-smokers I say leave well enough alone. At one office, we jokingly called it Positive Peer Pressure – if we could get them to avoid smoking during the day so many days out of the month, our manager allowed us all to leave a little early one Friday a month. They do, however, drive insurance rates into the ground along with their ashes. Some places do give maternity leave to men.

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