Anita Bruzzese at 45 Things asks, "Is technology making you rude?" [My question: Or does it just facilitate the rudeness of those who were rude to begin with?]
Overwhelmed by the sheer amount of data that comes along with recruiting and tracking candidates? These techniques will help you use that data to become a more effective recruiter.
In the 80s and early 90s it was popular to foretell that we were only a few years away from having robots ingrained in our daily lives. That obviously didn’t happen. Even with today’s technology, a seemingly sentient robot like Screech from Saved by the Bell’s Kevin is unrealistic, but we’ve made a ton of [...]
I called the use of LinkedIn by professional escorts back in March. Check out the data from that post below: "The keyword "sexy" generated 13% of my profile views generated by a keyword search. Sexy. Boom. That just happened. See...
Meetings: Often necessary, even more often awful. That's why we loved these doodles from a Tumblr called notes from meetings. More » These Amazing Doodles Express What We’re All Thinking During Meetings is a post from TheGrindstone - Tips on career, business & work place for women, including interview advice, resume help and strategy and office style..
Because when you really start thinking about it, the only thing that matters is that kids like this got a puppy. The rest is details. Taken on my way to the ATL at the Oxford Starbucks.
Stanley Bing wonders if he could be replaced by a robot. An excerpt: Could a robot work long hours under intense pressure on a project only to see it evaporate when senior management turns its gaze to other enthusiasms? Well... I guess so. Show More Summary
Out for a walk with her dog, Olivia Palermo sported her Banana Republic Milly Collection black-and-white elephant print shorts (available for purchase on May 30) with a white button-front shirt and black extras. More » Dress By Number:...Show More Summary
It's time to stop counting devices. After all, you've only got one pair of eyes.
It’s hard out here for a young professional: wages are getting lower, work hours are getting longer, and you barely even smiled at that GIF your friend just sent you. But don’t reach for the 5-Hour Energy just yet — sometimes all you need is a good jam to help you get by. Show More Summary
This post by Kurt Harden at Cultural Offering hits a subject that all of us have experienced. I'm teaching a couple of workshops near the end of this week and am already thinking about which ties to wear.Why?Because it makes a difference.
When you sign a lease, you have certain, reasonable expectations: Your home will be clean, safe, and your landlord will be available to perform (or hire someone to perform) repairs. When you move out, you expect to have your security deposit returned, so long as you leave the place clean and undamaged. Show More Summary
A white mug won't cut it for hot chocolate. Take a few minutes, read this post by James Lawther on hot chocolate tasting better in an orange mug, and think of service improvements in your own work.
I can never resist studying the photos whenever Eclecticity finds a clean, well-lighted place to blog.
This test can help you better target your ad investments.
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Is it even possible to reduce a human being to an aesthetically pleasing series of charts, graphs, and data visualizations? We say: yes. Yes it is. More » Secret Bullicorn, Part Two: (Visually) Quantify Everything is a post from TheGrindstone - Tips on career, business & work place for women, including interview advice, resume help and strategy and office style..
If you’re like the vast majority of job seekers you’re spending all your time chasing posted jobs on company websites and Internet job boards. You’re diligently filling out numerous online applications, which can take an hour or more, and hoping against hope that someone will somehow review your impressive resume. In other words, you’re following [...]
There's a lot of chatter in leadership development about the need for leaders to be authentic and show presence. Easier said than done in most organizations. If you're struggling, here are some ideas that can work for anyone.
Unless you strike gold with your career path at the age of 23, chances are you will find yourself transitioning in and out of companies. Saying goodbye to the people and places to which you have contributed your time can be nerve-wracking,...Show More Summary