March, 2020

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.

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4 Incredible Tips To Help You Have Successful Career

Career Alley

For you to succeed in your career, you must know yourself. You should follow your heart and do what you are passionate about. Discover Career Opportunities Successful career

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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.

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Uncertain Times for Job Search: Stay in the Loop Despite the Coronavirus

Executive Career Brand

In these uncertain times for job search, the front page of the New York Times is covered with words we’re all getting used to, but which still make us fearful: COVID-19, Coronavirus, pandemic, outbreak, wartime, shutdowns, working from home, remote work, etc.

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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.

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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.

2020 130

How to Walk Away from Something That Isn’t Working for You

Ms. Career Girl

From a young age we are taught to, “Finish what you start.” Keep your eye on the prize.” And, “clean your plate.” What happens when your desires change mid-creation, mid-race or, horror of horrors – mid-meal?

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3 Ways the Coronavirus Has Changed Your Workplace for the Better

Evil HR Lady

Chances are, your organization made massive changes due to Coronavirus shelter-in-place and other orders. Some of them should be temporary, but some of the changes should be permanent. Let’s look at a few things that have changed. Destigmatized Working From Home.

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Executive Job Search Preparation is Hard Work. Accept it!

Executive Career Brand

The Corona virus is impacting all of us in many ways right now. We’re following guidelines to stay healthy and avoid spreading the disease. If you’re job-hunting, you may think you should put it all on hold. Companies aren’t hiring now, right?

2020 139

Don’t Let Social Distancing Stall Your Job Search

Professional Resume Services

With the recent global pandemic crisis, many of our nation’s businesses, education institutions, and entertainment venues have either lowered or ceased operations completely.

2020 130

Sklover’s Thoughts for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“There is a set of advantages that have to do with material resources, and there is a set that have to do with the absence of material resources – and the reason underdogs win as often as they do is that the latter is sometimes every bit the equal of the former.”. – Malcolm Gladwell.

2020 130

Failure Is a Gift: How Working with Failure Can Become a Personal Best

Ms. Career Girl

Ask anyone who has achieved a significant goal in their life or career, “What fueled your success?” and many people will talk about a moment when they needed to look in the mirror and say, “Well, now what?” Often it is failure to reach a goal that propelled them to their next success.

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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.

2020 153

Working From Home Reality Check: No, Your Employees Aren’t All Doing Yoga and Folding Laundry

Evil HR Lady

People are working at home at record levels–some happily and some not so happily.

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Don’t Leave Yet: Three Key Areas To Establish In Your New Business Before You Hand In Your Notice

Jobacle

35% of small business owners are aged between 50 and 59 : they’ve reached a time in life that they’re ready to use the experience and skills they’ve built up in a long career to move towards starting their own business.

2020 151

4 Ways to Help Employees Adapt to New Leadership Roles

Professional Resume Services

Adapting to a new role can be difficult for any professional, but add the pressure of new leadership responsibilities, and things get even more complex.

2020 130

Sklover’s Thoughts for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“I don’t associate with people who blame the world for their problems. You are your problem. You are also your solution.”. – Melissa McCarthy. How simple, how true, how right, how “right on.” You’ve been given the gift of life, and it’s your life to live.

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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.

2020 153

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 153

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.

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From Recruitment to Super Yachts

Career Shifters

“I knew I'd never truly be free.”. Pea Brown felt trapped in her desk-bound role. Craving adventure, she started exploring other paths, and kept coming back to the passion she knew deep down she'd always had.

2020 138

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.

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“If You Sign Something At Work, SAVE A COPY” – A Critical Workplace Negotiating Insight

Sklover Working Wisdom

Workplace Negotiating Insight No. 9: “If You Sign Something At Work, SAVE A COPY.” A Critical Workplace Negotiating Insight. Bob” worked for his employer for 9 years. In his first week on the job, he signed an Offer Letter, Confidentiality Agreement, and a receipt for an Employee Handbook.

2020 130

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.

2020 153

Why Does GPA Matter in Getting a Good Job?

Career Alley

GPA matters in getting a good job to an extent. A good GPA will help get you an interviewer and possibly a job, but after that, it all depends on you. Find your Dream Job Good Grades Good Job GPA

2020 153

What the Senate’s Passage of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act Means for You

Evil HR Lady

Just a few days ago, the House passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and then changed it to make the Senate happy. Today, the Senate passed the revised version without changes.

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Changing Jobs? Use These Online Tools to Help With Your Resume

Jobacle

Putting together a resume is hard work. But, did you know that the average recruiter only spends 6 seconds reviewing a resume ? How do you make sure your resume gets more time than 6 seconds?

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From Banking to Psychotherapy

Career Shifters

“I knew that ultimately I would be unfulfilled.”. After being 'distracted' by a different career path for years, Rakhi Chand finally gave herself permission to forge a new path in the field she'd always gravitated towards.

2020 138

Sklover’s Thoughts for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“Being brave is not the absence of fear. Being brave is having that fear, but finding a way through it.”. – Bear Grylls. At the moment, significant uncertainties abound us. These uncertainties might affect all aspects of our lives, including our work lives. What’s the best response?

2020 130

Being an Empath in Times of National Disaster

Ms. Career Girl

If you’re an empath, please read this. If you don’t know why you have so much compassion for others, you’re probably an empath. Please read this.

2020 163

11 Tips to Help You Stand Out at a Job Fair

Career Alley

These are a few great tips for standing out at a job fair. Remember to dress to impress and always have a plan before the big day. This will help you to shine and hopefully, land an interview with the company of your choice. Find your Dream Job job fair Job Fairs

2020 153

Swiss Sunday: Coronavirus Version

Evil HR Lady

Usually, I’d be at church on a Sunday morning, but today I’m home because church meetings have been canceled. The canton recommended it, and our church leaders decided it was a good idea. The federal government prohibited all gatherings of more than 1000 people and recommended no more than 200.

2020 193

Is Your Career in a Rut?

Jobacle

Not everyone goes through a critical period in their life when they realize they are stuck in a rut, but if you are one of the many that do find themselves in that sobering understanding, the thought can be devastating.

2020 130

“How Do I Find A New Career, When I’ve Lost My Self-Confidence?”

Career Shifters

Sofia's always thrown herself head first into new challenges. But a meaningless and uninspiring job has chipped away at her confidence, leaving her full of excuses not to change.

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exactly where to report employers for violating shelter-in-place orders, by state

Ask A Manager

When I wrote on Wednesday about what to do if your employer is violating shelter-in-place orders , commenters were a wealth of information for individual states. Here’s crowd-sourced info on where to report non-compliant employers, by state.

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Girl Power: Women In The Entertainment Industry

Ms. Career Girl

With female produced and directed projects breaking box office records and garnering awards like never before, I am proud to witness a time where women are taking the lead in the film and entertainment industry.

2020 163

5 Useful Tips on What to Say about Salary Requirements in an Interview

Career Alley

Negotiating your pay is a tough business. And without solid facts, there’s a huge chance you’ll say something wrong that’ll take the interview out of your hands. Nail the Interview Salary salary negotiations

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