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Now that I have left the traditional workforce as a staff member (or underling as I used to call it), I am now the one running the human resources department and doing the interviewing of job candidates. We all made mistakes on our first interviews, but yo
Carol Kay 08.03.2017 0 156

Picture three or four giggling women entrenched by the punch bowl. They have mouths wide open and eyes expanded as if they just heard the funniest joke. Others stop to take a glance and find out what the ruckus is about. In another corner of the room, a co
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This subject borders on a serious legal issue in offices. Employees are often asked to sign a certain type of agreement when they are hired. In fact, it is a condition of employment. While some people hesitate to sign anything they don’t understand, it is
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I have travelled the world and have done so many different things. I have worked in many different places, ranging from doing odd jobs and jobs that really followed my passion.    I have met many different people, spoken many different languages and lived
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I am a true believer in the fact that you can get accustomed to, or get used to just about any place. Of course there are always exceptions to the rule, and not everywhere is enjoyable. But for instance, I have lived in five different countries. That’s fiv
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The most dynamic and effective speakers are made (trained) not born that way. It may appear that your favorite speaker appears cool and calm and collected while making a dynamic and compelling presentation. And sometimes we mistakenly think that person was
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So often, presenters begin by jumping right into the subject at hand and potentially losing their audience's interest before it has had a chance to be fostered.   Just as in an effective marketing pitch to a networking group, changing your opening to pose
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    Very large companies have the budget to invest in art and they can eschew young artists for the more established ones. These businesses have a reputation for collecting and are sought after by the most prestigious galleries. It would be a great job to
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Office sins may seem minor compared to the big ones. Gluttony is apparent. Envy rears its ugly head. While people are prone to little white lies and minor incompetency, I find plagiarism to be a common sin almost everywhere I go. Lack of originality can be
Carol Kay 07.02.2017 0 154

I used to be a professional guitar player.  People tell you your whole life to follow your dreams.  What does that even mean?  Well, I will tell you.  It means playing until your fingers bleed.  It means band practice four nights a week and live three-hour
Carol Kay 06.26.2017 0 155
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Disturbing fact: If you apply for a job, make it through the automated resume filter, and a real person looks at your resume, potential employers will likely take the additional step of looking you up online. With 77% of employers Googling you,1 why not use that to your advantage? Having a LinkedIn account is par for the course, but taking the next step and creating a visual infographic resume, online portfolio, or a personal landing page will help you stand out from your competition, with the additional benefit of having more control over what is found about you on the Internet.
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