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Posting Absences

I’m hoping you can help me with something. I’ve been in HR for a long time but have never come across a situation like our owners are currently doing. They have two calendars out in the open (one for office staff and one for our laborers). Anyone from vendors, customers, etc. can see it. They […]

Why Customer Service Courage is the Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

...because when you prepare well calmness will take over.. This original article was written by Steve DiGioia. It takes much to be successful in the customer service industry. Today’s shoppers are a hardened bunch.  More than ever before they are knowledgeable, deliberate in their price negotiations and not afraid to uphold their expectations. Show More Summary

Has Common Decency Finally Become Obsolete?

…You deserve nothing less from your customers. This original article was written by Steve DiGioia. I never wanted others to think I was a jerk.  Being an average kid, I spent my share of time in the company of other jerks.  I hated...Show More Summary

2 critical habits to create your best resume

When you electronically dust off your resume when you are ready to look for that new position — has it been three years?? — you’ll find that the resume needs a lot more than dusting off. To make it your best resume, much of it will need to be re-written. That’s where the trouble begins. […] The post 2 critical habits to create your best resume appeared first on Cube Rules.

10 Ways to See Your Brand With Fresh Eyes

The following answers are provided by members of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. In partnership with Citi, YEC recently launched BusinessCollective, a free virtual mentorship program that helps millions of entrepreneurs start and grow businesses. 1. Show More Summary

What Will The People Do When All Jobs Are Done By Robots?

The answer to the question that's the title of this post is simple. Chill, my friends. That's what we'll be doing when the Robots are doing all the jobs - chilling. Or we'll be running for our lives - caught...

How to Manage Those Women Folks

So, Jason Shen, a BigWig at Etsy, wrote this article about managing women. Now, to be fair, “he means well, but he don’t know.” In his attempt to point out that we shouldn’t discriminate against women, he pretty much invokes every negative stereotype out there. In response, I’ve penned some advice on how to manage […]

I Quit Freelancing

Freelancing happened to me. I don’t remember ever deciding to be a freelance writer. I don’t think I gave it much thought. Over the course of six months I moved across the world (from New York to Tel Aviv), moved apartments three times, learned a new language, made a new group of friends, and was […] The post I Quit Freelancing appeared first on The nuSchool.

What Is the Best Time to Schedule a Job Interview – Ask #HR Bartender

We’ve talked a lot here about the do’s and don’ts of job search including LinkedIn profile tips, resume resources, and following-up after a job interview. This question is a new one: Hi Sharlyn. Do you know if there is any advantageShow More Summary

This company forces a random employee to take 2 weeks off every month

This is just too cool: Every month, financial-services company Motley Fool selects a random employee who gets 2 weeks off and $1,000. Their mission is to spend those two weeks on whatever they want with zero contact with the office. They do this to show employees that it’s OK to balance work and life and not overwork yourself to death. Show More Summary

10 Habits to Stay Cognizant of Your Brand’s Competition

The following answers are provided by members of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. In partnership with Citi, YEC recently launched BusinessCollective, a free virtual mentorship program that helps millions of entrepreneurs start and grow businesses. 1. Show More Summary

Nothing to Do at Work? We’ve Got Ideas!

At some point or another, we’ve all found ourselves with nothing to do at work. This might be because we simply don’t have any interest in the work we’re doing, we’re not being supervised properly, or the work we’re doing is so simple that we finished it hours ago. Show More Summary

6 Skype Interview Tips to Get the Job

These Skype interview tips 2016 will separate you from the pack! You’ve probably had a phone interview, and if you’re gainfully employed, chances are good that you’ve had an in-person interview as well. But a new wave of job interviewing has popped up – the Skype interview. Show More Summary

How to ‘Waste Money’ To Improve the Quality of Your Life

This episode is not going to deconstruct a world-class performer, per usual. This is a short, but very actionable and practical episode about the inner workings of my business. I was asked recently how I choose my projects. I’ve riffed on this topic, and shared many thoughts on delegating tasks, future projects, and my current […]

Here's A Free Change/Innovation Exercise to Use With Your Managers

I've been working on a new training program for managers of people at Kinetix - on Change Management. It's part of the BOSS Training series. Change Management is a pretty hard topic to keep managers engaged on. So instead of...

Whose Responsibility is Employer Branding?

A recent article from my friends at Recruiter.com asks an intriguing question: who exactly owns the employer brand? In 2015, employer branding firm Universum released a four-part study, “2020 Outlook: the Future of Employer Branding.” Based on a survey of...

4 Ways to Cope with a Micromanager at Work

Chances are you know a micromanager. The kind of person who  comes lurking over your shoulder to lay their eyes on your computer screen.  “How’s the report/presentation/spreadsheet coming?” There you have it, the dreaded micromanager. Show More Summary

Want to Work From Home? Here Are Tips from 5 Top Companies

Have you ever wondered what giants like Intel and Google do about telecommuting? Yahoo killed telecommuting and now look at them–sad and sold. Not even the facts will convince me that the banning of telecommuting was 100 percent responsible for this. (Just joking, people! I’m sure it contributed to the problem, but it wasn’t the […]

11 Best Careers for Introverts

Between open-office floor plans, high-stakes networking events, and constant pressure to “speak up” in meetings, a typical office can be a minefield of anxiety for introverts. Unable to produce creatively and often misunderstood, introverts come home from work frustrated and socially exhausted. Show More Summary

8 Smart Ways You Can Nail Your First Ever Job Interview

Preparing for your first job interview can be nerve-racking. Even if you know what to answer to common interview questions, the pressure can get into your head. Staying calm is one of the many ways on how to ace job interviews. There...Show More Summary

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