Fun Drives Team Success at Washington Speakers

Career Realism

Christine Rowe, the Vice President of Human Resources for Washington Speakers says having fun with teammates is a must-do to build strong, high-performing teams. The post Fun Drives Team Success at Washington Speakers appeared first on CAREEREALISM.

Join Us at the TMA Employee Engagement & Retention Conference this July in Washington DC

David Zinger

Join myself and other employee engagement experts in Washington DC this July. The Talent Management Alliance is hosting a conference at The Venable on employee engagement and retention in Washington DC from July 21st to July 23rd 2014. Here is the direct link to the conference if you would like to go there now: the-tma.org/employee-engagement-retention. I am presenting a keynote on Tuesday July 22nd.,

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Trending Sources

Facing Adversity: How Washington Overcame It

Tim's Strategy

Since George Washington was a central figure, the show explored his leadership style and the events and decisions that led him to become one of the most revered Commanders in Chief in US history. With shattered self-confidence, Washington was humbled and brought to his knees.

JPMorgan Chase Buys Washington Mutual | Cube Rules

Cube Rules

JPMorgan Chase Buys Washington Mutual Written by Scot Herrick on September 26, 2008 in Cube Rules Commentary 3 Comments - Leave a comment! Could I do an interview on JPMorgan’s purchase of Washington Mutual ([link] NULL.kirotv NULL.com/news/17560813/detail NULL.html) ?

Get Results Now Using LinkedIn with Crystal Washington

Career Realism

>> Presentation Slides << >> Chat Log << The post Get Results Now Using LinkedIn with Crystal Washington appeared first on CAREEREALISM.

Think Calls are Better than Emails? Think Again

The Undercover Recruiter

The article was written by a former member of the Washington, DC political workforce who recounted the advice given to him by a veteran lobbyist. I recently read an article entitled, “Don’t Send an Email if You Can Pick Up the Phone.”

Meet Employer: Teampeople.tv

Career Realism

Location: Outside Washington, DC. Meet Employer: Teampeople.tv. CAREEREALISM. VITAL STATS. Company Vibe: Hipster & Techie. Size: Medium (51-500 Employees). MEET THE RECRUITERS. Click their profiles to learn more! CORE CHARACTERISTICS. Leadership Style: Nurturing.

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35 Ideas to Jazz Up Your Candidate Experience

The Undercover Recruiter

John’s flight arrives on-time at Regan National Airport in Washington, D.C. The only problem is, his luggage doesn’t.

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Keep Health Care Costs Down Regardless of Looming Legislation

Evil HR Lady

Is there anything you can do to help keep health care costs under control, regardless of what goes down in Washington, D.C.? More than half of small business owners identified health care costs as a “critical issue,” according to a report from the NFIB Research Foundation. And business owners are in an uneasy state because health laws could change at any time.

Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

Denzel Washington. What Denzel Washington’s mother told him about life could not be summed up more eloquently. “To get something you never had, you must do something you never did.”. What my mother always told me.”).

Memorial Day

Sklover Working Wisdom

If you have not visited the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C., “It is not where you serve, but how you serve.&#. - Rubin Clark. please consider doing so. It is not flashy or grand, but simple and direct, like the men and women it honors.

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Women In Business History Who Should Never Be Forgotten

Ms. Career Girl

Katharine’s father bought the Washington Post at a bankruptcy auction in 1933, and later left the company to her alcoholic husband post mortem. Katharine gained full ownership of The Washington Post, and since has worked tirelessly to develop one of the leading empires in mass media.

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Don’t Let it Get Personal!

WorkEngagement

Watching the fights going on in Washington D.C.

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Bill Humbert – RecruiterGuy.com [Video Interview]

Boomers Next Step

Bill Humbert of RecruiterGuy.com, a Washington, DC native, is a graduate of Assumption College in Worcester, MA. Over the years other former clients have included The Washington Post, Comsat Labs, USF&G Insurance, Geico Insurance, CSX Technology, Telegroup, LeFebure, Intermec [.]. He has been a professional recruiter since 1981. In 1981, MCI Telecommunications was his first client.

Paid Sick Days Bill Gains Momentum

Jobacle

San Francisco and Washington, DC have already passed the laws and Connecticut appears to be next. The U.S. government is finally coming around to a simple concept: no employee should have to choose between their health and their income.

Is Your Career Story Accessible?

Career Trend

In her post, “The Earth Is the Original Nonlinear Storyteller,” Katharine Hansen, PhD, a leading proponent for deploying storytelling for career advancement, describes a geology field trip in her Eastern Washington locale. By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter I stumbled across the idea of story “accessibility” on a colleague’s blog this weekend.

New Jobs in the Social Media Industry

Resume Bear

News corporations such as The Guardian and The Washington Post are creating many new jobs for online journalists. They have created applications for social media sites and smart phones and are now known as “The Guardian Online” and “The Washington Post social reader.”

The Top Cities in America for Women in Business

Ms. Career Girl

In second place came Tampa, FL, and our nation’s capital, Washington, D.C., With a population of over 620,000, Baltimore is the largest city in Maryland, and benefits from being centrally located around other thriving metropolitan areas, such as New York City, Washington D.C.,

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Get Results Now Using LinkedIn [FREE Webinar]

Career Realism

Presenter: Crystal Washington, author of The Social Media Why: A Busy Professional’s Practical Guide to Using Social Media Including LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Google+ and Blogs for Business.

4 Best Cities In The U.S. To Focus Your Job Search

Career Realism

Washington, D.C. Both the private and public sectors are thriving in Washington. Washington has no shortage of those. It’s an expensive place to live, but, like Washington, this factor is offset by an elevated median salary of nearly $47,000. Whether you’re ready to make a move for personal reasons, or you’re simply on the lookout for a new opportunity, moving for a job can be overwhelming, to say the least.

Did You Know That. ?

Sklover Working Wisdom

Published on September 11th, 2010 by Alan L Sklover Fourteen states and Washington D.C. Blog » Did You Know That. ? Did You Know That. ? have given their residents the right to use medically-prescribed marijuana to relieve severe pain and neurological problems.

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.

Employers: Show Common Courtesy to Applicants

Resume Bear

A recent Washington Post article, “Are you hiring? Looking for a job can be stressful. As job seekers triple check their resumes for typos and edit their cover letters, it seems like employers sit back and relax with all the power—especially in today’s job market.

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14% of Zappos Employees Quit Rather Than Work in System Without Managers.

HR Capitalist

The Washington Post reported on Friday that 14% of Zappos' employees took a severance package rather than work in a Holocracy - which is an organizational structure without managers. Zappos confirmed the number with The Washington Post, though declined to specify how that number breaks down among their sales representatives and executives. What's next at Zappos? Commune? Nude Commune?

Dr. Martin Luther King’s Economics: Through Jobs, Freedom

Resume Bear

was working hard to get people to Washington, DC. ” To Washington by Mule Cart. ” A year into the administration, it has become a cliché to say that President Obama needs pressure from an enlivened popular movement if there is to be progressive change in Washington.

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Memorial Day

Sklover Working Wisdom

Rubin Clark If you have not visited the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C., Blog » Memorial Day Memorial Day Published on May 31st, 2010 by Alan Sklover “It is not where you serve, but how you serve.&# - J.

Is the EEOC Backing Out of an LGBTQ Lawsuit?

Evil HR Lady

The Washington Post quoted EEOC spokesman Justine Lisser as saying “We are disappointed with the decision and are reviewing the next steps.” In 2014, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ( EEOC ) took on the case of Aimee (formerly Anthony) Stephens, who R.G. & & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes fired after Stephens announced that he would be transitioning to she.

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10 Tips for Dealing with Workplace Harassment

Career Realism

Host Anna Maria Tremonti interviewed individuals and revealed some details about a recent study in the US: According to the Workplace Institute in Washington, 13% of Americans are being bullied; 24%. CBC radio broadcasted a segment in late November regarding harassment and bullying in the workplace.

Recruiting and Social Media for the Veteran Job Search

Competitive Resumes

Karin presents social media workshops to transitioning military members on installations in the Washington, D.C. Karin presents social media workshops to transitioning military members on installations in the Washington, D.C. Welcome to the 2nd annual Veteran’s Day edition.

5 Things to Know About The Yelp Employee Who Got Fired Complaining About A Living Wage in San Fran.

HR Capitalist

They knew that I was picking up pennies and that I was having trouble sleeping and that I was cutting back on every single possible thing I could think of," Ben-Ora told The Washington Post. Many of you saw this, but it's too good not to talk about here.

TRUMP AND WORKFORCE PLANNING: The Number of FTEs in Donald's Organization Suggest He Can't Win.

HR Capitalist

More via this chart from the Washington Post: You and I both know what that chart means from an HR/Talent/Recruiting perspective. Damn - This presidential cycle is rough. You don't trust Hillary and are scared to death of Trump.

Serendipity Saturday, July 12, 2008

Cube Rules

Orca Whale, Puget Sound, Washington ([link] NULL.linkwithin NULL.com/) 0 Comments - Leave a comment! Home Blog Cube Rules Products Dream Job Coaching Media Contact Scot Cube Rules provides job advice and support for career-minded individuals working in corporate cubicles.

UW Study On $15 Minimum Wage Bad News For Liberals.

HR Capitalist

More from the Washington Post. Turns out the measure’s costs to the city’s low-wage workers have outweighed benefits by 3 to 1, according to a new city-commissioned study by University of Washington researchers.

Employee Engagement Gratitude From David Zinger

David Zinger

John’s Newfoundland, Washington DC, and so many other locations. Thank you and all the best in employee engagement in 2015. This is a picture taken from my office window yesterday.

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Voices of the Defenders of Grad School. And me crushing them.

Penelope Trunk

In an interview last week, the head of University of Washington’s career center even admitted to a prospective student that getting a degree in humanities in order to get a teaching job—even in a community college—is a long-shot at best. This is not just a Washington thing.

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The Best and Worst Markets For HR Managers.

HR Capitalist

Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC . Had a client at Kinetix ask me last week where in the US I would build out a presence if my goal was to hire capable software developers with limited competition. Made me think that would be an interesting question for HR positions as well. With that in mind, here's the best and worst markets to be an HR Manager in America, with data pulled from Wanted Analytics.

20 Years Later, Much Career Advice Still Applies

Water Cooler Wisdom

In the summer of 1996 after my sophomore year of college, I started an internship at a nonprofit technology association in downtown Washington, D.C. Until that point, I’d only worked in retail and had no idea what to expect. I asked my father and a professor for advice. Remarkably, 20 years later much of that guidance still resonates. Doors open based on who you know. In the late 90s, these were physical doors rather than virtual ones, but the concept is the same.

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Career Management Monday, September 29, 2008

Cube Rules

link] NULL.flickr NULL.com/photos/20071329 null @ null N00/2117030973) This morning I was going to predict that after the Washington Mutual implosion that Wachovia would be next since they are in negotiations to be purchased by Citigroup.

weekend free-for-all – May 14-15, 2016

Ask A Manager

The Washington Post called it “an act of literary enchantment,” which seems right. 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.

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Life and Jobs Matter for Women Ex-Offenders

Competitive Resumes

She has been featured on NPR, PBS, and the Washington Journal. I published a show a couple of months ago featuring how male ex-offenders in Montgomery County, MD transition back to society with Alisa Smedley.

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