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Podcast Interview With Jobacle Founder Andrew Rosen

I recently had the pleasure of being a guest on the 12 Minute Conversations podcast. If you are interested in learning a bit more about the history behind my little career advice journey with Jobacle.com, I encourage you to take a listen. Show More Summary

The 2017 Employment Law Year in Review

Did you miss the best webinar EVER? You might have because it became so popular we had to turn people away, as the system would only support so many people at once. Sad! But, don’t fret! We recorded it. It’s amazing. The only bad part is that I had technical difficulties so all my parts […] The post The 2017 Employment Law Year in Review appeared first on Evil HR Lady.

Let's Hangout and Talk - Getting Ready to Staff Up at the Start of 2018...

If you’re a client or follower of Jobvite, you know the Recruiter Nation Live series. It started with the Recruiter Nation Live Conference in San Francisco last June, and continued with the Recruiter Nation Live Roadshow that brought real recruiter...

Gift Ideas

Arnie Fenner at Muddy Colors recommends some art books.

How to Play a Video Automatically in PowerPoint

Video is a great way to engage your audience and add interest to your PowerPoint presentation. Learn how to autoplay video in PowerPoint each time your presentation begins. We also have a helpful complement to this tutorial. Download...Show More Summary

Children’s books that made me rethink careers

When Squarespace contacted me and asked me to collaborate with them, I said yes. I usually say no to everybody. But, everybody I know uses them for their sites and their sites all look so good. And I thought it would be really good for my brand to be working with Squarespace. So I said yes. Then I...

PowerPoint Online vs Full PowerPoint 2016 on Your Desktop

Using the term "PowerPoint" alone no longer describes how you actually use the app. You might be talking about PowerPoint on iPad or Android, the PowerPoint desktop apps for Windows or even PowerPoint in a web browser. This is called Microsoft PowerPoint Online. Show More Summary

Procedure Creep

A small group of people from various specialties assembled to discuss development of a policy which could affect them all. As the discussion proceeded, it was apparent that there was not simply one central procedure but several related procedures which occasionally merged, parted, and then merged again. Show More Summary

Dilemma of the Month: Drug Testing New Hires

We drug test new hires at my company. When a potential employee’s test comes back positive it’s easy enough to rescind the offer, but we had a candidate have a test returned “negative but diluted” and we rescinded the offer. The candidate...Show More Summary

5 Qualities of an HR Super Hero

An HR superhero that is able to leap tall buildings in a single bound? Yes please. Here are our top five qualities we think a superhero in HR would have. 1. They Understand Regulations With a Single Seminar How long do you have to keep applications on file? When do you have to ask employees […] The post 5 Qualities of an HR Super Hero appeared first on Evil HR Lady.

3 Emotions That Keep You Stuck

(And How to Overcome Them). We all like feeling happy and settled. But those pleasant feelings can plateau your growth. Big goals are bound to stir up less pleasant emotions. Namely, fear, doubt, and uncertainty. In this episode, you’ll learn to see those feelings as the welcome committee to your best performance—and pick up some valuable tips to beat them.

What Setting Small Goals Is Costing You

How to Beat the Hidden Danger of Loss Aversion. Why is it so hard to hail a taxi in New York City when it’s raining? That’s when you most want a cab. It’s when available drivers can rack up fare after fare without little time wasted waiting for new business. Yet it’s also the time when cabs are the most scarce. The problem is […]

Leveraging Internal and External Motivation for Achievement

How to Balance Intrinsic and Extrinsic Rewards for Your Personal and Professional Goals. The end of the year is always an interesting time. In addition to all the family togetherness, delicious food, and gift exchange, one of the most prominent parts of the holiday season is setting sights on how the next year is going to be better. Show More Summary

What Extreme Athletes Can Teach Us About Overcoming Our Fears

The Triple Power of Trust, Preparation, and Mindful Engagement. At twelve years old, when most girls her age were learning algebra and crushing on the members of NSYNC, Samantha Larson was preparing to conquer a fear that few adults would face: climbing to the top of Mt. Show More Summary

4 Steps for Dealing with Self-Doubt

How Barack Obama and Sheryl Sandberg Beat the Imposter Syndrome. It’s natural to feel like an imposter sometimes. But don’t dwell on your self-doubt. Instead, the solution is to recognize your feelings as a healthy part of your professional...Show More Summary

Quote of the Day

Please do not understand me too quickly. - Andre Gide

Chinese ‘Rooftopper’ Dies After Falling From 62-Story Skyscraper

A popular Chinese “rooftopper” – a daredevil who specializes in climbing skyscrapers and other urban buildings without any safety equipment – inadvertently filmed his untimely death in November after he plunged from the top of a 62-story building in Changsha. … More » The post Chinese ‘Rooftopper’ Dies After Falling From 62-Story Skyscraper appeared first on EveryJoe.

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