Make Wednesday your rev-it-up day--and not the wind-down to your week.
The problem is not that there are problems. The problem is expecting otherwise and thinking that having problems is a problem. - Theodore Rubin
Most of the résumés employers receive, either as hard copies or that are uploaded electronically, reside in databases. If those databases were in graphic form, each résumé would resemble a lonely tombstone in a cemetery. In the majority...Show More Summary
If you've got a virtual interview coming up, you need to be prepared. Want to ace it? Then you MUST do these things during a Skype interview. The post 3 Things You MUST Do During A Skype Interview appeared first on CAREEREALISM.
Recent grad? Take a look at these six strategies that will help recent graduates emerge from the crowd and stand out in the professional arena. The post 6 Ways Recent Graduates Can Stand Out As Professionals appeared first on CAREEREALISM.
Getting thrown into unemployment unexpectedly can easily trigger negativity. Here are five reasons you shouldn't look back during your job search. The post Looking Back On My Job Search, I Shouldn’t Have Looked Back appeared first on CAREEREALISM.
Do you recycle the same cover letter? Perhaps you use a (drab) template. Follow these three easy steps for a cover letter makeover to get you an interview. The post 3 Easy Steps To A Quick Cover Letter Makeover appeared first on CAREEREALISM.
Art Contrarian looks at the work of some noted illustrators of the Thirties.
Getting to understand Twitter and using it well is not easy, since it is not a "social/professional networking site" but rather an "information stream". Here are some of the tools that I use along with Twitter to have a great Twitter experience. Show More Summary
“Look not at the days gone by with a forlorn heart. They were simply the dots we can now connect with our present, to help us draw the outline of a beautiful tomorrow." ~ Dodinsky As a job seeker, have...
The National Labor Relations Board says McDonald's is the joint employer of franchise workers--and that could mean a lot of confusion and problems for franchise owners.
Listen on iTunes, download (right click “save as”), or stream below now: This podcast is brought to you by The Tim Ferriss Book Club, which features a handful of books that have changed my life. Here’s the list. Now, on to our guest… Dan Carlin is the host of my favorite podcast, Hardcore History. But… […]
The average sales rep only does one; the master knows all three.
We’ve heard a number of tragic stories this summer about parents leaving kids alone in hot vehicles. Though this particular incident wasn’t fatal, it’s definitely vile. Princess Marks — a 25-year-old Lake Charles, Louisiana woman — left her two young … More » The post Why Are So Many People Leaving Kids Unattended in Cars This Summer? appeared first on EveryJoe.
Leaders must empower their people, not just command them.
A 5-step job search strategy that keeps things light. This is a guest post by Tara Goodfellow. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. I get it, I really do! Rare is the human that leaps out of bed exclaiming “Holy crap am I so excited. Show More Summary
The biggest risk is that companies will conclude that experiments are too risky.
Many of us attended so many unproductive meetings or meetings we don’t even know why we are there for. Unfortunately, we cannot avoid making meetings altogether because a successful business needs brainstorming, discussion and an open-dialog among others. Show More Summary
OK HR Pros - Lots of you end up in leadership/operations meetings where it's a cattle call of reports delivered via PowerPoint. You know the ones I'm talking about - the all day meetings you have monthly or quarterly, where...
You may have heard that OkCupid sometimes lied about potential matches’ algorithmic compatibility for the sake of understanding its users. You may have also read its co-founder and president Christian Rudder’s explanation on OkCupid’s blog in which he dismisses concerns about the practice. Show More Summary