Hiring Nerds? Better Prep Your Managers. (Just ask the Miami Dolphins)

HR Capitalist

When it comes to everything that''s going on with the Miami Dolphins, you can talk about harassment, hazing, discrimination, etc. To find out more about what nerds have to do with the Miami Dolphins, check out my post that''s up over at Workforce.com. I think it''s a cautionary tale of what can happen when you hire "nerds". Here''s a taste: Jonathan Martin is a nerd. He’s a Stanford University grad whose parents graduated from Harvard.

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Why A Miami Business Administration Degree Can Advance Your Career

Career Realism

With unemployment rates in the Miami area at 8.7% A few possible jobs (and average annual salaries in Miami) for those with a degree in business administration include: City Manager – $76,000. However, with the average cost of living in the Miami area between $37,000-60,000, depending on the number of people in your household, a business administration degree can provide necessary income for the family.

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Best and Worst Cities for Job Seekers

Resume Bear

Louis, MO Detroit, Michigan Miami, Florida Las Vegas, Nevada Riverside, California Los Angeles, California Sacramento, California Portland, Oregon Memphis, Tennessee Providence, Rhode Island Top 10 Cities for Job Seekers to Find a Job: Washington, D.C.

Best and Worst Cities for Job Seekers | Resumebear Online Resume

Resume Bear

Louis, MO Detroit, Michigan Miami, Florida Las Vegas, Nevada Riverside, California Los Angeles, California Sacramento, California Portland, Oregon Memphis, Tennessee Providence, Rhode Island Top 10 Cities for Job Seekers to Find a Job: Washington, D.C.

Email a Professor Today

Ms. Career Girl

Blog Directory Contact Subscribe Email a Professor Today by Nicole Crimaldi on September 13, 2010 I’m made the 5 hour trek back to my Alma mater, Miami University, Thursday after work to lead a few Entrepreneurial Marketing classes taught by my favorite college professor. Career Girl Marketing to Gen Y Women. Home About Archives Write for Us!

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Monday Must-Reads: Live in the Moment, Live a Happier Life

Ms. Career Girl

Katie and I spent the weekend in Oxford, Ohio visiting our Alma mater Miami University for the first time since we graduated 4 years ago. Career Girl Marketing to Gen Y Women. Home About Archives Write for Us! Blog Directory Contact Subscribe Monday Must-Reads: Live in the Moment, Live a Happier Life by Nicole Crimaldi on April 19, 2010 Happy Monday! I hope you had a great weekend.

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Best and Worst US Cities for Finding Employment-Should We Care?

Career Solvers

Louis, Detroit, and Miami top the list for worst cities for finding employment and Washington, D.C, Home About Us How It Works FAQs Contact Resources Request a Proposal Tuesday, July 13th, 2010 Best and Worst U.S. Cities for Finding Employment-Should We Care? My colleague over on the AOL Jobs and Careers Channel, Lisa Johnson Mandell , just wrote a post about the ten toughest and easiest cities to find a job in.

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Hilton’s $21 Million Reason to Honor a Dishwasher’s Religious Schedule Request

Evil HR Lady

Marie Jean Pierre worked as a dishwasher at Conrad Miami Hotel. How did Conrad Miami (owned by Virginia-based Park Hotels & Resorts, formerly known as Hilton Worldwide) screw up so much that the jury not only found them guilty of violating the Civil Rights Act of 1964, but threw in millions in punitive damages? She requested Sundays off and from 2009 to 2015, the company had no problem accommodating her request, which was for religious reasons.

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5 Degrees that are Worth the Effort

Career Copilot

Whether it is Miami graphic design schools or traditional colleges, a few degrees stand out as worth the time and effort. In an economic market that is growing pessimistic about the usefulness of college degrees, it is important to differentiate between degrees that are worth the effort and expense and those that are not. Fortunately, five degrees [.]. Your Career

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SUPER BOWL BIG THOUGHT: We Expect the Great Leaders to be in a Bunker, Not Domesticated.

The HR Capitalist

Your evil genius has left the bunker, tasted sunlight and a tropical drink in Miami, and the edge is less sharp than it once was. Leadership is a funny thing in many ways. . For example, the better leader you are, the more you get stereotyped, and those stereotypes usually involve: --Crazy work ethic. Never seen them weak. Always distant enough to make tough calls, or willing to make those calls. Uber competitive. Keeps people guessing .

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Three Women Who Have Made Major Career Strides After 30

Ms. Career Girl

About: Lori Riviere is the owner of The Riviere Agency (locations in NY, LA, and Miami). Lori went on to obtain a bachelor’s degree in advertising from the University of Florida and a law degree from the University of Miami. These three women have made major career strides after 30. They’re crushing stereotypes in life and in their careers and showing the fashion world that age really is nothing but a number.

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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

This week’s quote was sent to us by Brad of Miami, Florida. “When driving, did you ever notice that you think all drivers going slower are idiots, and all drivers going faster are maniacs?” ” – George Carlin. It’s universal: we all tend to define “normal” as “me,” whether it’s politically, morally, socially, or. driving.

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Breaking into Brewing: Tips for Women Looking to Enter the World of Craft Beer

Ms. Career Girl

Alexandra (Ale) Miranda is a Miami, Florida native who began her career in beer serving at World of Beer and working behind the bar at Concrete Beach Brewery before the science behind it all truly fascinated her. My goal in life is to “live big” which for me, means doing things despite obstacles and fears, which is how I ended up working in the beer industry.

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The Best Cities for Young Professionals to Move to For Jobs

Career Alley

4) Miami, Florida. Miami is not normally at the top of great places to live for the professional. Miami is an ideal place to live now because it hosts a large, dynamic population, and it is in a beautiful location. There are so many great cities for young professionals to pursue their careers. Instead of naming the obvious choices like Los Angeles or New York, this list will point out other great options as well.

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Lebron Telling A Teammate to Keep Khloe Kardashian Away Shows What a Leader He Is.

The HR Capitalist

I was like most of America when Lebron James left Cleveland to join the Miami Heat. The cynic in me remained reserved when he left Miami to return to his home town two years ago. I'll admit it. He left his hometown to create a super team. He posed and performed in the transition with a lack of humility. He was easy to hate. More attention/"look at me" moments perhaps? But then Lebron just kind of shut up and dug in. He lost in the Finals to the Golden State Warriors in 2015.

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Five “Costumes” Every Twentysomething Should Avoid

Ms. Career Girl

Yesterday I had the pleasure of teaching two college classes: an entrepreneurship class at Miami University and a communications internship class at DePaul. Happy Halloween!! While each class had a completely different lesson plan, there was an over-arching theme in both that became part of our discussion: life as a twentysomething.

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4 Fast Tips For Employee Engagement

David Zinger

Christine Barney, CEO of Rbb Public Relations in Miami offered these 4 tips for an employee driven workplace at the Business Week website : Give up control. Common sense that need to be more common. Listen more. Accentuate the postive. Keep it real. To read a bit more on Christine’s 4 tips, click here. Employee Engagement

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Is There A Dr. in Your House?

Ms. Career Girl

Moore grew up in Miami, Florida. I recently read an article in the New York Times about a woman who was trolled on Twitter for making reference to her PhD. ( “Women, Own Your Dr. Titles” by Julia Baird.) The comments were so hostile she decided to add “Dr.” to her handle. Just to rub it in. The abuse intensified. Her advice, finally, was if you’ve got it, use it. In this case, use your “Dr.” academic credential letters. That got me thinking.

2018 178

Best Career Coaches in Your City

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Best Career Coach in Miami, Florida. Miami is the sixth most densely populated city in the United States. the Miami metropolitan area is home to over 6.1 Miami Career Counseling Miami Career Counseling is run by Dr. Kristen A. Best Career Coaches in Your City. Career coaches have become more and more common in recent years. Career coaches are professionals whom have direct industry related experience in your field.

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Rule #1 In Life, Business and HR: Don't Tempt Fate By Talking Smack.

HR Capitalist

The Miami Heat and Lebron James talked smack. Lebron dismissed the whole city of Cleveland in an ill-advised televised special saying he was leaving Cleveland and going to Miami. When he arrived in Miami, the Heat held a celebration reserved for championships (this one was held before the season started), rose their 3 stars up on a smoke-filled stage on a rock-concert lift flexing and posing, then the three stars proceeded to say that 7 championships was the goal and expectation.

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CIOs Treasure the Old While Bringing in the New

Water Cooler Wisdom

IT leaders including Miami-Dade County database manager Sue Camner, Wal-Mart CIO Karenann Terrell, and NSM Insurance Group CIO Brendan O’Malley, share their views on effectively managing legacy IT. Miami-Dade County’s Sue Camner. According to GCN’s Stephanie Kanowitz , Florida’s Miami-Dade County IT department faced a tough choice. Oracle had stopped supporting this server a few years back, and Miami-Dade needed to upgrade to Oracle WebLogic.

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HOW TO GET FIRED: Miss a Deliverable and Come to the Meeting with Urkel Glasses with No Lenses.

HR Capitalist

Yeah - that's Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat after a Game 5 loss that put them on the brink of elimination for the second year in a row since Miami brought the magnificent three together - Lebron Jame, Wade and Chris Bosh. The Miami Heat have $340 million invested in the aforementioned trio, which got on a stage after getting together two years ago and talked about winning 7 straight titles. You know the drill. You missed in a position of authority. A pretty big miss.

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The surreal artwork of Juan Antonio Guirado is reborn in Virtual Reality

Cats and VR

Durning Miami Art Week, I took some time to get away from the main paths and visited the Juan Antonio Guiardo VR experience that was put together by cutting-edge Los Angeles based virtual reality studio FLOAT. The VR experience was available for private viewings during the week of Miami Art Basel. Juan Antonio Guirado stands by his masterpiece 'Kali's Tunnel' acrylic and collage on board, 1989.

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Alternate Unconventional Careers for Those Different from the Rest…Are You a Dedicated Niche Person?

Career Alley

A well known artist charges nothing less than quite a few thousand dollars for a permanent Miami ink impression of any part of the body. Interesting people choose unconventional careers. Those who have the guts to pursue their hobby as a profession are those few lucky happy chaps around. Do you have a gift personally admirer and appreciate?? Are you mostly filled with bizarre creative ideas people find weird but innovative??

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Job Search Journey – The Trip Always Seems Quicker on the way Home

Career Alley

When you are 19 years old and ready to take on the world, a 1,200+ mile trip (each way) from NY to Miami with some of my friends seemed like a reasonable first trip. “ It’s not about where you started, it’s about the journey ” – Joey Trebif. I remember getting my first (very used) car not long after passing my driver’s test. The first thing I did was, of course, to plan a trip.

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What It’s Like to Be a Judge on a Reality Show Like Top Recruiter

Workology

Earlier this year I had the wonderful opportunity to appear as a guest judge in a reality show for recruiters and job seekers called Top Recruiter filmed in Miami. I was able to truly appreciate and understand the planning, development and coordination that went into the filming of my epsiode held which was shot at sunset along the beautiful Miami skyline. This was a black tie affair, and I wanted to look my best on camera and in Miami.

2014 129

Four Super Tools To Stay True To Your Dreams

Ms. Career Girl

She has been featured on CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX affiliates and in a number of publications, including Yahoo, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, New York Business Journal, Miami Herald, Mompreneur Media, and more. Do you dream of success? Are you sure you not only know your purpose – your why in life — but you can stick to it, no matter what? Here’s a Spoiler Alert: At some point, someone is going to try and dash those dreams. Someone will tell you your purpose is ridiculous.

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3 Easy Ways to Prepare Your Social Media for a Job Interview

Career Alley

Brittney Sheffield is a freelance writer for Incepture , a Florida-based staffing agency serving Tampa, Orlando, Miami and Jacksonville. When I started to job search in college I knew I needed to have my resume and portfolio in perfect condition. What I didn’t realize is that it’s not uncommon for an employer to do a Google search of a candidate before they even look at the applicant’s resume.

#GIRLBOSS Inspiration For National Boss Day

Ms. Career Girl

As the owner of an award winning fashion PR agency with offices in New York, Miami and Los Angeles, people are often surprised to find out that Lori Riviere used to be a civil litigation attorney. How did you grow your agency into what it is today with offices in Miami, New York and Los Angeles? National Boss Day is October 16th , and it’s the perfect moment to highlight female bosses. But how about a #girlboss who made a career change from courtroom to catwalk?

2017 114

5 Ways to Use Twitter in Your Job Search

Workology

Syracuse, NYU, San Diego State, SUNY Stony Brook and Miami are schools that share job leads, resume tips and career-related articles on Twitter. Join #socialjobhunt on 11/5 from 9 p.m. – 10 p.m. EDT to learn best pratices in finding your next dream job using social media. Presented by @Geico & @sbcareercenter. . Are you a college student about to graduate in December or May? Have you already graduated and are still looking for that dream job?

Shark Tank in Philadelphia with Miller Lite Tap the Future

Ms. Career Girl

Similar to Daymond John’s Shark Tank, the five teams competed for $20,000 in funding on behalf of the Miller Lite Tap the Future live pitch event and for a spot in the final round of the Miller Lite Tap the Future business competition against the winners from similar events in Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, and Miami to win the grand prize of $200,000. Future Events: The final two semi finalist events will be held Los Angeles and Miami later in June and July.

The Importance of the Inclusion Discussion to Free Everyone

Competitive Resumes

For one spring break, they invited me to stay a few days at each of their parents house in Miami. The four of us drove on Sunday from Tampa to Miami. Uncomfortable talking about “Diversity and Inclusion?” ” I might be able to ease the pain just a little. The University of South Florida was not the melting pot of people I was hoping for, but I did have friends of many races and backgrounds. I often wondered why more people weren’t more like me.

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Are You Really A Social Drinker. or Could it Be Much Worse?

Ms. Career Girl

Carrie Carlton is the Clinical Director of Beachway and holds a BSW and MSW in social work from Florida Atlantic University, an MA from Barry University (Miami), and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. COULD YOU BE AN ALCOHOLIC? Increasingly, women are going head to head with men when it comes to binge drinking. It’s not surprising: society normalizes, encourages, and promotes drinking so heavily that it can be nearly impossible, at times, to know what’s “normal” or not.

2018 119

Where Are You Going And Who Are You Taking With You?

Ms. Career Girl

Last semester when I was in school, I wrote a couple of posts on my personal blog about my creativity/entrepreneurship class at Miami University. “If you’re wanting to do something to change the world and make it a fundamentally better place, you need to be around the right people.”. Justin Caden, a 29-year-old electrical engineer quoted in a New York Times article about ”hacker hostels” A coworker shared this article with our team and I loved this guy’s sentiment.

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How LeBron James Showed Us the Future of the Workplace

Career Realism

There was something about that whole episode and subsequent donning of the Miami Heat jersey that bothered me more and more. Then, last week, as I watched the Miami Heat win the NBA Championships and saw the unbridled joy on LeBron’s face, it finally dawned on me what was irking me about the whole scene. They could meet the goals of the Miami Heat organization from the bottom-up rather than the top-down. I have a confession to make.

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How to Survive in the New Job Market

Jobacle

New York City, Atlanta, Miami and Houston round out the list of the cities where job growth is humming right along. The job paradigm in the United States has always been constantly shifting. From the industrial revolution of the early 19 th century, when workers had little or no rights, to the unionization of the craft guilds of the late 19 th century, to the de-unionization that began in 1980, to today’s gig economy where it’s basically become every human for him, or her, self.

2018 113

The Beauty of Challenge: Is Progress Necessary?

Workology

Miami calls. There are many philosophies with which I agree, this isn’t one of them: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” A process doesn’t need to be broken for it to be outdated or failing. As busy, working, successful professionals, we often shy away from change because it takes time and thought – because it means we will be uncomfortable for a period of time. Because it means we will be challenged. . The Beauty of Challenge.

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Cuba: What You Need to Know Before You Go

Ms. Career Girl

With the new policies and regulations there are multiple flights a day hitting the Cuban airports out of Miami. Luckily, if you aren’t too keen on long flights over the open waters, you have nothing to worry about since the flight from Miami to Havana is only 45 minutes before you’re safely back on dry ground. The post Cuba: What You Need to Know Before You Go appeared first on Ms. Career Girl.

A Résumé for Every Generation: Part 1 of 3

Careers Done Write

Imagine walking into an interview with pushed-up jacket sleeves á la Sonny Crockett from Miami Vice. Fashions, music, and technology change dramatically over the decades. Your résumé and your attitude should evolve over the years if you wish to stay relevant and in-demand in the workforce. In this three-part series, we will look at the challenges and solutions for writing a résumé in every major life stage.

2012 156

HEY BIG COMPANY: Are Your Management Trainees Bristling At Being Salaried Employees?

The HR Capitalist

Burger King is headquartered in Miami.". Ah yes. The time honored tradition of the management trainee position. You know it, you love it. You recognize the value. But are you legal when it comes to classifying those trainees as exempt? Sigh - I know. Someday my boys are going to grow up and they may land in a management training program right out of school.

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2013 HR and Recruiting Conference Preview

Workology

February 11 – 12, 2013 in Miami, FL. >> Blogging4Jobs has a discount for the attendees of the upcoming SourceCon Feb. Use code SC13B4J to get 10% off your ticket price. Click here. HR and Recruiting Conferences in 2013. While this is not meant to be an all-encompassing list, it is a good starting place for individuals interested in attending a conference or two this New Year. Social Recruiting Strategies Conference. January 29 – 31, 2013 in San Francisco, CA. >>

2013 109

Anti-Lebron: The Best Talent Culture In The NBA Is.

HR Capitalist

Editors Note : If you're not sick of the all the Lebron/Miami Heat hype by this point, you're either not following sports at all (which is fine) or you're wearing a Lebron James jersey - right now. The Miami Heat go out and grab Lebron and Chris Bosh to pair with Dwyane Wade, and the result is a 13-8 record and early rumblings the All-Star crew was going to run a mutiny and force the young head coach of the Heat out.

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ABOUT KEVIN LOVE: When You Recruit A Star, It Makes Sense to Maximize Their Chances For Success.

The HR Capitalist

Cleveland tried to turn Love into what Miami turned Chris Bosh into when LeBron spent four seasons with the Heat. Let's face it, HR leaders, it's happened to you and your organization. You had a key role available. You helped your organization go out and do what was necessary to get the best talent available. . Then a funny thing happened - The talent showed up, the scene they walked into at your company was kind of messed up, and the key hire left after two years.

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