With relative frequency, our recruiters come across organizations that believe it to be an advantageous strategy to recruit from their competition. This is understandable. On the surface, the strategy appears to carry merit. Employers...Show More Summary
It’s been a while since I’ve published one of these posts. As a quick reminder, I’ve been working on a series about HR technology: the common terms and concepts that HR pros need to know. It’s amazing the things I’ve learned. I hope you feel the same. For example, one of the terms that keeps […] The post Everything #HR Needs to Know About HCM appeared first on hr bartender.
There are a number of situations where people might be asked to work for free, including: Internships Volunteer Work Test Work Before a Job Sometimes it makes sense to take unpaid work so that what results is volunteer experience for your resume. Show More Summary
Wondering how to get people to like you? Read on! Learning how to get people to like you at work doesn’t have to be difficult, in fact, it’s simple. Understandably, starting a new job can be a stressful experience. You come into an office filled with people you don’t know, sit down at a desk […] The post Mr. Show More Summary
No one wants to be in a position where they’re passed over for promotion, but this can certainly be a turning point in your career. So what do you do if you get passed over for a promotion? It may be tempting to act with an attitude and lower the quality of your work, but […] The post Passed Over for Promotion? Don’t Get Pissed, Get Even appeared first on Jobacle.com.
An interesting phishing job scam I received on LinkedIn today. Can’t tell if it’s to grab my personal info or to boost the SEO of the shady URLs below. Either way, a little research, and this is clearly a job scam. Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org...Show More Summary
In today’s workplace, there’s been a big push for employers to value identity, and for employees to learn how to be authentic at work. It’s easy to see why: One study found that 61% of people admitted to covering up some partShow More Summary
The Office Olympics are simply the best. Just like the regular Olympics, with the best events, the best athletes, in some of the best cities in the world, the Office Olympics are all about rewarding excellence. The road to Rio has already been paved, with the start of the Summer Olympics right around the corner. Show More Summary
Whatever you do, at whatever level, we all want to have an impact. Some of us have minds that are constantly thinking of new ideas, while others will stumble on that golden solution less frequently. Either way, getting these ideas out...Show More Summary
According to Mental Health America, 1 out of every 20 workers is experiencing depression. Much of what leads to depression is work-related depression. Let’s take a look at what causes work depression, and how to deal with it. Causes...Show More Summary
“Nobody impresses me for the first sixty days on the job.” This was a saying that all of those working with me in the corporate world would hear me say over and over. I wanted to express that there’s a difference between the impression...Show More Summary
Ultimately, any business is a people business. While products or services are the end products of a business, it’s only what the products or services do for people that really matter. People don’t buy a 3-hole paper punch because...Show More Summary
It’s been said by many that if you love what you’ll do, you’ll never work a day in your life. Some people tend to tune out this advice, thinking that it takes a high-flying career as an entertainer or heart surgeon to yield this kind of satisfaction. Show More Summary
These exercises to do at work can have a huge impact on your mood and productivity. The typical office situation is sitting down at a desk for 8 hours every day, with minimal breaks or physical activities to break it up. This can negatively...Show More Summary
The explosive power of gymnast Simone Biles. The incredible determination of swimmers Katie Ledecky and Michael Phelps. The feats we see at the Olympics are the result of discipline, grit and hours and hours (and hours) of practice. They showcase … [Read more...] The post Pure Gold: Workplace Lessons from the 2016 Olympics appeared first on Lindsey Pollak.
Tons of positive reaction to this quote from a post earlier this week: "Great recruiters are like stockbrokers - we help clients understand whether someone's a buy or a sell based on their price." Good stockbrokers - not the sleazy....
Today, Evil HR Lady is 10 Years Old! Can you believe it? I can’t. A 10 year birthday deserves a present, and since I lack all manners, I’m asking for a present. Pick from the following list: Follow me on Facebook Network with me on LinkedIn Follow me on Twitter Share your favorite post on […]
Sometimes I am amazed at the things I read on the internet. I’m sure you are too. You read a quote and say to yourself, “They said what?!” And I’m not even talking about political candidates. Just like we say a company brand paints a...Show More Summary
Michael Schrage, a research fellow at MIT Sloan School’s Center for Digital Business, has a compelling proposition: once machines track your every move and tell you exactly how to become more productive, will you listen to them? A few years...
With the summer Olympics saturating every social media site, news outlet and water cooler conversation, there’s one thing every business leader is wondering: “How do we create Olympic-level teams in our company?” Andrew Neitlich, the founder and director of the...