Sat.Sep 15, 2018 - Fri.Sep 21, 2018

Smartphone Etiquette at Work? What’s That?

Ms. Career Girl

Smartphones have changed the way many Americans work. They quicken communication, they allow coworkers to reach out and respond to problems even while they are out of the office, and they let many take work home with them.

2018 148

How To Move Into A New Career With No Relevant Experience On Your CV

Career Shifters

Everywhere you turn it seems to be staring back at you: "Experience in a similar role required". How can you move into work you love when nobody will give you a chance? Natasha shares the key ideas and practical actions that can help you dodge the experience Catch-22

2018 194

How To Retrain And Get The Career Of Your Dreams!

Career Alley

Let's face it you spend a lot of time “working” and it would be so much better if you got enjoyment and satisfaction from your choice. If the prospect of changing careers seems a little daunting, Find your Dream Job Dream job

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Beware the Influencers Selling You on the Falsity That Your Resume Has Only One Purpose

Career Trend

Some people assert that “the resume has just a single purpose.” ” I heartily DISagree.

2018 130

Navigating a Career Slump – All You Need To Know To Move Ahead

Ms. Career Girl

You’ve been staring at your computer screen for hours, unable to do anything. You continuously find yourself wasting away the hours at work, procrastinating and avoiding the one thing you should be doing.

2018 148

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A Trio of Quick and Easy Healthy Cocktails to Enjoy this Autumn

Ms. Career Girl

If you’re attempting to improve your diet — whether that means taking in fewer calories or carbs, or less sugar — you’ll find that the majority of the choices on a cocktail menu are out of the question.

2018 139

Stretch Those Paychecks: 6 Cost Savings Ideas for Your Employees

Evil HR Lady

When some employers talk about their company’s benefits, they are simply referring to health insurance—but there is so much more to consider. For a few pennies out of your organization’s coffers, there are several ways you can help the workforce save money. For starters, you can help your coworkers stretch their paychecks and make the most of their benefits by sharing these six cost-saving ideas for employees. Choose Your Health Insurance Wisely.

2018 109

7 Tips for Recovering from a Major Mistake at Work

Jobacle

So, you’ve had one of those awful stomach-drop moments.

2018 130

“I Know What I Want To Do, But I’m Terrified. How Do I Find The Courage To Make The Leap?”

Career Shifters

Megha has no doubts about her skills, her ambition or the field she wants to move into. But she remains a captive to fear. How do you build your resilience so that you're strong enough to face the unknown

2018 135

The Best Vitamins to Take for Your Age

Ms. Career Girl

Vitamins are essential in our daily routine, but how do you know what you should be taking in your 20’s compared to your 40’s, or 60’s? What are the best vitamins to take for your age? Dr. Christopher Calapai D.O.

2018 139

Del Taco and McDonald’s Face Sexual Harassment Claims–Is Fast Food a Haven for Harassers?

Evil HR Lady

The EEOC filed suit against Del Taco due to sexual harassment complaints from “young female employees.” ” They claim that at least three male supervisors harassed the young women. The female employees filed complaints and faced retaliation instead of relief. On September 18, McDonald’s employees in 10 cities will walk out in protest against the working conditions and sexual harassment.

2018 109

Impacts of the 4-Day Work Week

The Undercover Recruiter

Getting to the office at the crack of dawn and leaving late is possibly an extra signaling exercising of one’s dedication, in preference to it being an effective use of time.

2018 69

This post is hard to write, so you better read it.

Penelope Trunk

What I’ve learned from selling stuff on this blog is that I don’t like to do it. It’s hard to tell you I’m hating myself and then tell you, “Buy my course about happiness!” ” So, I’ve decided to change my business model.

2018 52

HR HATER WEEK: How the People Who Hate HR Will Stick It You.

HR Capitalist

Capitalist Note : This week is HR Haters week at the Capitalist. Let's ID the personas out there who don't respect HR and figure out how to deal with them. HOW THE PEOPLE WHO HATE HR WILL STICK IT TO YOU. The first thing you must realize about the people who hate HR is that it’s never personal. If someone hates HR, those feelings were solidified long before you came on the scene. There’s a chance you’re awesome.

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Workplace Retaliation

Evil HR Lady

Did you know you can lose a sexual harassment lawsuit even when no one was actually sexually harassed and the court agrees that no sexual harassment took place? You can, if you retaliate against the person who made the complaint. Sure, it won’t be the sexual harassment complaint that you lose on–but retaliation charges can be just as expensive. How you treat someone who makes a complaint is critical and you have to be careful to not retaliate.

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The Questions You Need to be Asking in a Reference Check

The Undercover Recruiter

Sponsored by MightyRecruiter “Trust, but verify” is a time-tested and effective way to do business. That holds especially true with top candidates as they reach the stage of being cleared for hire.

2018 62

What are The Top 4 Roles To Data Analyst Look Out For?

Imarticus Learning

What is the job of a data engineer? How is it different from the role of a data analyst? What does a data scientist do? Confused? Let us put all the different aspect of data analytics into different buckets and make it all more manageable for you.

2018 52

Work Engagement: How to Overcome Resource Myopia and Feel Like a Million Bucks

David Zinger

The ability to marshall our resources for work has a huge impact on work engagement and managing stress. Yet many of us struggle to mobilize the wide variety of resources we have available to us. Buckets of Pearls. For twenty years, I was a practicing counselling psychologist.

2018 52

my coworker gives everyone the silent treatment for weeks

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I have a coworker, Jane, who deals with conflict in strange and alienating ways. Recently, she’s been giving people the silent treatment on and off. It makes meetings tense, and she tends to keep it up for days or weeks at a time before spontaneously deciding she’s speaking to her coworkers again.

2018 61

What is Your Definition of Recruitment Marketing?

The Undercover Recruiter

We bring you yet another panel of ten experts and this time we’re talking all things recruitment marketing. But what is recruitment marketing I hear you say? I mean, it sounds pretty obvious going by its title but is it?

2018 54

Securing a Business Loan for Your Established Organization

Water Cooler Wisdom

There is a great deal of advice for securing a business loan for a company that's just getting off the ground. But what's less frequently discussed is what an owner should do for financial help long after the initial setup. For many owners, a business loan might mean the difference between surviving and having to abandon the organization.

2018 40

HR HATER WEEK: Identifying People Who Hate HR.

HR Capitalist

Capitalist Note : This week is HR Haters week at the Capitalist. Let's ID the personas out there who don't respect HR and figure out how to deal with them. --. I’ve been in HR for over 20 years. I’m somewhat of an expert on people who hate HR. For the youngsters reading this post, I’m sorry.

2018 13

the bad acid deal, the abusive boyfriend, and the threatening coworker

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’m in a bit of a moral dilemma here and was hoping you and the commenters could help out. I’ve been working at my current restaurant job for about a year now. Unlike most restaurants I’ve worked at, there have been very few HR problems — everyone got along with each other pretty well. About two months ago, we hired two new people, Jake and Diana.

2018 59

Hiring These 5 Programmers Could Cost You Big

The Undercover Recruiter

A bad hire can be one of the most expensive decisions you can make, especially for the programmers in IT. The individual programming mistake can be costly, but the behaviors of the software developer can be even more costly.

2018 59

The Sky High Success of Southwest Airline’s Employer Brand

The Undercover Recruiter

What’s the secret sauce behind the enviable employer brand of Southwest Airlines? Find out in our latest piece with their People Director, Shari Conway. A servant leader and HR professional in the airline industry for over 20 years, Shari’s job is focused on supporting the team members of Southwest. Have a listen to the episode below, View Article. The Sky High Success of Southwest Airline’s Employer Brand Undercover Recruiter - Recruiting & Talent Acquisition Blog.

coworker is blasting us with vanilla pumpkin fragrance, Xanax at work, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My coworker’s medication is affecting their work and our manager doesn’t know. On four separate occasions in the last month, a coworker has come into work completely spaced out. Slightly slurring, eyes not focusing, forgetting things we had just talked about, unable to stay on conversation topic, stumbly and unfocused when walking. They haven’t made any egregious mistakes, but it’s a problem.

2018 56

I accidentally embarrassed my friend’s boss — but I was right about what I said

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’m having trouble dealing with fallout from an awkward interaction that took place at work a few days ago. I work in a large organization on an open floor plan. One of my neighbors is Sam, a nice, chatty, younger guy in a different department. We spend a lot of time taking when we have the bandwidth for it, and his boss, Ariel, often cheerfully joins in.

2018 57

if I didn’t have enough experience, why did they bother to interview me?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I found out a couple days ago that I didn’t even pass the 20-minute phone screening to the next round of interviews for a job I applied for, and it’s really a huge blow of confidence. I applied to a position a couple weeks ago at a dream company and I got an email saying the recruiter was interested in setting up a phone screening.

2018 52

how can I brace myself for my toxic new job?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: After searching for over three months, I finally received a job offer. I accepted and will start in a week. While I am happy to have the offer and will take the job, I am a little wary. Since accepting the offer and letting a few friends and family members know I got the position, I have received a number of warnings from people who either work there, have worked there, or know someone who works/worked there.

2018 54

I don’t want to be the office baker, interviewer was put off by how often I called in sick, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I make delicious baked goods and my office knows it. I was a baker for 10 years before I started my current corporate job. I would bring cookies or cupcakes for my team members’ birthdays or other office events. It got around that I made very good baked goods and now I am constantly being asked to make things to bring to work. In the last few weeks, I have been asked to make cookies three times, cupcakes twice, and a peanut butter pie.

2018 54

weekend free-for-all – September 15-16, 2018

Ask A Manager

This comment section is open for any non-work-related discussion you’d like to have with other readers, by popular demand. This one is truly no work and no school.). Book recommendation of the week: Goodbye, Vitamin , by Rachel Khong.

2018 54

mandatory flu shots at work, helping a coworker through an international flight, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Can our employer require us to get an in-office flu shot? In years past, my office has offered an in-office flu clinic for employees who were interested. As flu season is upon us, our office reached out about the flu clinic again, but this time they are saying participation is required from everyone, and if you don’t sign up for a time, one will be assigned to you for the clinic.

2018 50

using unlimited time off to work a second job, a sexist conference organizer, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s four answers to four questions. Here we go…. Can I used my unlimited time off to do part-time nanny work? I recently started working at a company with “unlimited discretionary time off.” ” The policy was explained to me like this: just tell your manager when you want to be out, and as long as your work is getting done, you can take as much time off as you like.

2018 46

the office that became a circus of barking dogs and other tales of dogs at work

Ask A Manager

Of all the perks some employers offer to entice employees to stay at the office longer – free food and drinks, foosball tables, nap rooms, even laundry service – there’s one that brings out stronger emotions than all the rest: dogs at work. At Slate today, I wrote about why some people love having dogs at work, and others hate it — and what happens when it goes really wrong. You can read it here.

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