Is Your International Travel Destroying Your Moral Compass?

Evil HR Lady

To keep reading, click here: Is Your International Travel Destroying Your Moral Compass? The post Is Your International Travel Destroying Your Moral Compass? My son was a baby when our family moved to Switzerland. If you have any s tereotypes of the Swiss in your head , it’s probably that they are clean and orderly. This stereotype overwhelmingly plays out. For example, the street cleaner truck goes down my suburban street every week.

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4 Tips For Surviving As An Intern

Career Realism

For those interns who are following their dream job at less than minimum wage, I feel your pain. Consider finding a temporary paid gig and creating a savings fund you’ll be able to live off of during your time as an intern. Job Search intern internship

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6 Dream Jobs For People Who Love To Travel

Career Realism

Travelling is like getting a tattoo or piercing; once you have your first taste of culture, excitement, and utter freedom, you spend your time fighting back your wanderlust. But what if you could get paid to travel? Travel Guide. Travelling Nurse.

Marketing Your Study Abroad Experience

Ms. Career Girl

How to Use It: Companies often encourage or mandate employees to take cultural awareness training, especially immediately prior to expanding to international markets. Prepare for a Career with an International Dimension.

Top tech jobs that let you travel

Corn on the Job

Now, tech jobs can be much more luxurious, with many of them allowing you to travel around the globe. It is the contractual nature of this job role that allows for so much travel. Working in tech used to be all about installing Adobe Reader updates and turning things off and on again.

should I consider a job that requires 75% travel?

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A reader writes: Should I even consider a job with 75% travel required? This job is a promising lead, but I’m worried about the 75% travel required. It’s for a state court system, so I’m not even sure why I would be traveling. I’ve traveled for work before. 75% travel is a lot. But the majority of people would really struggle with this much travel, and I think you’re in that majority.

Best Travel Apps to Try This Year

Ms. Career Girl

Luckily, when it comes to travel, you’re not likely to find yourself searching for a helpful option for long. Whether they’re helping you find a taxi, saving you dollars or pointing you in the direction of the best sights to visit, there is an app to solve every potential travel problem.

How to Study Abroad on a Budget

Ms. Career Girl

Look for Travel Deals. Also, plan to travel a bit before or after your program. Some places are simply cheaper to travel to than others. If you’re planning on taking your cellphone, see what kind of international plans your phone carrier offers. Get Travel Insurance.

Travel Items Checklist: 10 Things I Never Travel Without

Personal Excellence Blog

Are you a frequent traveler? Being an avid traveler, I’ve learned from experience that there are certain things I should always travel with because they make my life so much better. International Debit Card. Travel Kits for Toiletries. Travel trave

can I refuse to travel for work, I got emotional in a meeting, and more

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Can I refuse to travel for work? The job description for this position did not mention anything about traveling. The contract I signed did not mention anything about traveling. Since this is a grant-funded position, I felt that I wouldn’t be asked to do long distance travel due to costs. Anyway, the reason I can’t do long distance traveling is due to a sick family member I am helping to take care of. Many interns are offered jobs at the end.

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how to reject an internal candidate, I can’t afford interview travel, and more

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How to reject an internal candidate. We have an opening and two internal candidates applied. I can’t afford to travel for interviews. This position currently has 3 full-time reports and 3 interns. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I am a new manager at a small nonprofit (less than 10 employees). I don’t know them well since I’ve only been with the organization for about two months.

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my boss complains about me to my parents, my boss doesn’t want me to work while traveling, and more

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I work remotely but my boss doesn’t want me to work while traveling. I had three other offers at the time and chose this job because it’s remote and I love to travel. I have an international trip coming up and assured my manager I would be working at the regular hours, available my usual phone number, and connected to strong wifi. But a week later, he decided I am not allowed to work while traveling and I must take my entire time away as vacation days.

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what should an internal “farewell” email say?

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About Me Contact Books Reviews Ask a Manager what should an internal “farewell&# email say? February 4, 2011 A reader writes: I have to send the “farewell&# mass internal e-mail to my co-workers. I am curious what you would say about the mass internal e-mail bidding goodbye.

Creativity Hacks You Can Do While Flying

Ms. Career Girl

Business travel can sap your creativity, with long hours and the airport-office-hotel-airport circuit. Is the woman in 14F going to interview for a job on the International Space Station? Featured News Travel & Leisure air travel creativity hacks creative us of air travel time

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4 Things Happy People Do (& You Should Too)

Ms. Career Girl

3) Travel. If you think you can’t afford it full-stop, then research the many ways that you can travel to exotic locations for next to nothing. Solo travel is incredibly rewarding. Featured Goals Productivity Beth Leslie happiness Things Happy People Do travel

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International Relations Internships

Career Realism

Three premier organizations offering international relations internships in those fields are the World Bank, USAID, and the United Nations. With an official goal of reducing poverty, the World Bank describes itself as the “world’s leading international development organization.”

I have to share a hotel room with my boss on an international trip

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During my interview, my boss mentioned we had one international event for 2016. Now, she has booked a second international event and is on track to book a third in 2016. Planning an international event is incredibly challenging and time consuming. I also wasn’t aware I would be traveling this much for work and traveling outside of my comfort zone. If I am being required to travel internationally for work, I should at least have private accommodations.

update: my employee is refusing to travel because her husband said she can’t

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Then, after a new intern joined our office, she announced that as a Christian woman, she could not meet privately with any unmarried men (this only applied to the intern). In private, I asked her if the intern had done something that made her uncomfortable or if there was anything I needed to know. But to keep up morale, I took all of her trips instead, and didn’t ask anyone from her team to do it since they didn’t get the extra travel pay.

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I took a year off to travel and now employers are holding it against me

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I recently pursued a life-long goal to take some time off and travel the world for a year. I also list my travels in my resume as a Personal Achievement. after taking some time off to travel, and highlight skills and lessons learned while overseas. Also, one potential interviewer asked me how I could prove that I didn’t get it “out of my system” and I wouldn’t quit a year down the line to travel again? Travel doesn’t belong on your resume.

unpaid internships, travel stipends, and revoked agreements

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A reader writes: I recently accepted a position as an unpaid intern at a nonprofit. Fresh out of grad school with an MA and a significant amount of debt, at my interview I requested that I be reimbursed for travel. She praised my work and then told me that they just passed a new budget and could no longer compensate me for travel. As for this particular situation, I’m skeptical that your manager couldn’t find the $60/month for your travel stipend.

The Rise of The Asia-Pacific As The Place To Go For Business-Minded Expats

Ms. Career Girl

China and India are now home to eleven of the top 30 most dynamic cites in the world according to the City Momentum Index (CMI) – compiled by international professional services firm, JLL. Ask MCG News Travel & Leisure Asia-Pacific business expats expat destinations expats

nude photos of a former employee, I hate my work travel, and more

Ask A Manager

Either he’s sloppy and didn’t own up to his mistake (I would have followed up with the client apologizing for accidentally including her on an internal email and to please disregard – it’s not as though he said something terribly insulting or something). I hate how much I’m traveling for work. That turned out to be the case for the first few months, but my time traveling has expanded in recent months. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go….

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5 Different Jobs With An International Business Degree

Career Realism

You’re in college and decide that you want to pursue international business. There are many segments to international business, so there are several questions you need to ask yourself: What part of business are you interested in? How much do you want to travel?

How to make business travel manageable | Penelope Trunk's Brazen.

Penelope Trunk

About this blog | About my company, Brazen Careerist | Penelopes guide to starting a blog How to make business travel manageable Posted to: Productivity | Self-management November 11th, 2009 Digg Reddit StumbleUpon Tweet This Facebook Last year I traveled almost every week. Some weeks I traveled to three different cities. If you are excited about business travel, thinking it’s a free ticket to see the world, you should stop reading now. I love travel.

How To Find A Career That Lets You Travel The World

Career Alley

More people than ever want to quit their jobs and start travelling the world. Travelling the world shouldn’t be pure escapism. Here are a few jobs that allow you to travel and earn money at the same time. Travel Writer.

should I invite my lonely intern over for dinner?

Ask A Manager

I am currently supervising an intern, “Fergus,” who is a grad student in his mid-20s. His home city is an eight-hour drive away (or a one-hour flight away), which makes it a bit impractical for him to travel home every weekend. While our organization currently has around 20 interns, I gather that HR has not organized any social events for them (and in any case, most other interns live locally and already have their circles of friends, and social lives, etc).

3 Great Places for Incentive Travel

Ms. Career Girl

The post 3 Great Places for Incentive Travel appeared first on Ms. Incentive travel is a trip which someone goes on to get a new skill, as part of a rewards program, or even as a group trip to build morale in your team. The post 3 Great Places for Incentive Travel appeared first on Ms.

3 Amazing Thailand Resort Experiences

Ms. Career Girl

But it’s landscape varies from stunning sandy beaches washed by crystal waters to remote mountain villages to the international city of Bangkok. Top that off with the availability of very reasonably priced five star resorts, and it’s travelers nirvana.

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Working Abroad: 5 Steps To A Stress-Free Relocation

Career Realism

Having to organize paperwork in a foreign country can be one of the worst experiences of travelling and you really don’t want to deal with this when you are starting a new job. International Drivers license. Travel insurance. Change expat relocation traveling working abroad

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Let’s Go International

Ms. Career Girl

I’m traveling to Spain by myself for 11 days. While my parents are complete wrecks about the whole thing, I couldn’t be more excited to travel on my own- it just allows more opportunities to do what I want to do, go with the flow, and meet new people.

Exhaustion Has No Prejudice


A past lesson including booking two international trips practically back-to-back, one was two weeks in the South Pacific and the other was two weeks in the UK for work with a short nine days between trips. Mainlining Sanity.

company wants to have tea with my family as part of an international interview

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to Switzerland with her husband and kids a few years ago and knows all about international relocations. If you’re going to any reasonably sized city there will be an expat group and lots of English speakers, and an international school for the kids. International relo is really expensive. Everyone should go read Suzanne’s blog now, and send her all your questions about international relocations.

my former intern ghosted her new job, coworker won’t stop talking about his Porsche plans, and more

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My former intern ghosted her new job — should I contact her to see if she’s okay? Last fall I had a terrific intern who was in her last year of school. So, when Former Intern asked if I would be willing to act as a reference for her when she began applying for full-time jobs after she graduated, I was happy to do so. One of my new teammates, Carguy, interned for us for a year and has been working for us full-time since September. It’s five answers to five questions.

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OMG, The Blogging4Jobs #SHRM14 Orlando Guide is Amazing!


Get the skinny on shopping, food and travel tips for Orlando. I’m a frequent traveler to Orlando. Traveling and navigating around Orlando can be a challenge which is why planning and preparation for Orlando SHRM is so key. Check out our exclusive SHRM Orlando Guide.

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15 Air Fare Hacks That WILL Save You Money

Ms. Career Girl

People that succeed with travelling on a budget do two things very well: First , they identify booking techniques that get them results. Don’t let inflated ticket prices keep you from traveling or make you pay over the odds. Ethnic Travel Agents.

work travel expenses with a baby, required to be on the “fun committee,” and more

Ask A Manager

Work travel expenses with a baby. In terms of childcare, we have emergency back-up daycare and also an annual allowance of $400 for childcare reimbursement if you need to work outside of regular hours or while traveling. I need to book work travel but am waiting on a job offer. I’m waiting for an offer for an internal position I applied for a few months ago. If there’s an easy way to get out of the travel, I’d just do that.

my job is making me travel and I hate it

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I am an engineer in research and development at a medium sized international company. There are only four engineers in my group and most of them travel as much or more than me. Here is my problem: I hate to travel. I absolutely dread traveling and almost have a panic attack every time I have to get on that plane, can’t sleep for a week leading up to the trip, etc., but I have been able to control it when traveling at this frequency.

United States Colleges Offer Opportunities for International Job Skills Development


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HR Capitalist

The next role I'm going to share with you is a great one - I've been retained to help Masonite International find a great HR leader to join its team as a Sr. Kinetix and Kris Dunn ( HR Capitalist , Fistful of Talent ) are working exclusively with Masonite International to fill the critical role of Senior Director of Human Resources - North America. We’ll validate your I-9 when you join the company with your passport due to the travel.

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Finding The Perfect Hotel For Your Trip

Ms. Career Girl

Whether it’s a road trip or international travel, most of us love to travel. While there are a ton of booking sites out there, here are some tips to find the perfect hotel for your travels. The post Finding The Perfect Hotel For Your Trip appeared first on Ms.

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