I saw this post recently on Jennifer McClure’s Unbridled Talent blog and I can’t resist commenting. I was going to reach out to her directly, but decided I’d like to pick your brain on the subject of buzzwords or buzzphrases. I totally understand where Jennifer is coming from in her post. Show More Summary
The folks at HR Software Insight compiled a list of top 50 HR Blogs to read in 2015 and this blog was listed there :)Yeah, that makes me happy :)Go ahead check out the list - there are many high quality blogs that you might love subscribing...Show More Summary
During my work with job seekers or those contemplating a job/career change, I evaluate the amount of fear that drives—or paralyzes—my clients. To some extent, all of them exhibit fear originated by some threat—or so they perceive. For...Show More Summary
Do you tend to forget someone’s name just seconds after you meet? Follow these tips and you’ll never forget a name ever again. The post These Super-Easy Tricks Will Help You Remember People’s Names appeared first on Brazen Life.
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Given that I recently moved into a new office and it’s the end of the year, I thought that now would be an ideal time to tune up my productivity as a small business owner. My enhancements fall into four...
You have a project that needs doing, but it’s not simple and no one on your staff has the skills. It’s only one project, though, so you don’t want to hire someone full time, have them leave their current job and then be jobless after six or twelve months. It’s unfair to them. (And if […]
Interested in a career in education, but not sure how to get started? We asked seven teachers for their best advice (and views on the future of the field). The post 7 Pro Tips for Getting a Job in Education appeared first on Brazen Life.
We are now closing in on year-end and fast approaching the New Year. Take time to seriously ponder and discover the best lessons learned over the past year. Questions for consideration: Which lessons have you learned this year thatShow More Summary
“The fact of the matter is, back in 2008, terrorists were using search engines, like Google, to determine who shall live and who shall die. I know it’s a black swan event, but when you’re sharing on Facebook, it’s not just the media and marketing companies that you need to be concerned about. When you […]
Despite the popularity of social media, many job seekers don’t realize how powerful it can be during the job search process. Although in-person networking is very effective, social media can open the doors to connections you can’t make on a daily basis. Show More Summary
In the backdrop of all the humanity that has occurred in Ferguson case, we get the idea to prevent it from happening again: We should have body cameras for all police officers. On the surface, that's not a bad idea....
You know all those people you think are jerks for being louder and pushier than you? Here’s a shocker. They get what they want, way more often than you do. Compared to those who are less straightforward: people, who emphatically say what they want, get what they want more often. Show More Summary
Post Contributed by Rohit Lal The interviewing process is a beehive of activity. Recruiters coordinate with interviewers and candidates to set up interviews, and then follow through with them to conclusion. There may be multiple rounds of interviews with different interviewers, and multiple candidates. Show More Summary
Child psychology is a subject that’s ideal for the many who are passionate about working with children with developmental disabilities or serving as a child care worker or a child welfare caseworker and those who have been fascinated by the psychology of children. As an established child psychologist, most job postings require higher education such [...]Show More Summary
My employer has asked me to create an incentive program that includes pay decreases for failure to meet the standard and bonuses for exceeding it. I need some supporting information because the Salaried employees will not be happy with a salary decrease. Where should I look? I have no clue and your Googe skills are […]
A recent McKinsey study found that while global U.S. companies only account for less than 1 percent of all U.S. companies, they earned 25 percent of total U.S. gross profits. But although internationally-minded firms are bigger and more successful, too...
Some holiday office parties are awesome, and others are nightmares. Last year weasked about gifts, and this year we went out and asked real people to share whatholiday parties they still rave about. Keep in mind that these answers come from real humans and not from companies that are trying to market their products, so […]