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  Hot New Pay Controversies Impact Business Productivity
by Alexandra Levit - Mar, 2016
The world of compensation is changing – with far reaching consequences. Two big pieces of salary-related news hit the Internet recently. Credit card processing company Gravity Payments’ CEO was forced to defend his decision to standardize all employee pay to $70K, and the SEC finalized a long-delayed rule forcing businesses to share their “pay ratio,” or how CEO pay compares with that of the average company worker. How migh...
 
  Recruiters Reveal What They Look For In Applicants
by Stacy Harshman - Mar, 2016
Recently, Jobvite, a recruiting intelligence platform, surveyed 1,404 recruiting and HR professionals from a range of industries on how talent is sourced and what current trends are being seen in the labor market. The survey, conducted in July 2015, reveals how recruiters find candidates, what stumbling blocks they encounter, what they notice most, and how they evaluate candidates. Additionally, the survey included advice on h...
 
  5 Ways Your Body Language Gives You Away: A Famed Mentalist Shares His Secrets
by Kathy Caprino - Mar, 2016
Ever since I obtained my Master’s degree in marriage and family therapy and studied communication theory, I’ve been fascinated by how we communicate and, in particular, how much information we share through our body language that we don’t realize we’re revealing. So when my son and I saw Oz Pearlman working his mentalist magic on America’s Got Talent, we both were deeply intrigued. Dubbed as “The Wall Street Mentalist” by C...
 
  Are Professional Associations And Networking Doomed? This Millennial Says No
by Lindsey Pollak - Mar, 2016
Do professional associations and networking events sound as old school as a VCR? Believe it or not, some are thriving – and there’s a reason. It’s not that millennials aren’t joiners – one survey found that 58 percent of professionals under 40 are part of a professional organization or community, and 77 percent of those who hadn’t yet joined intended to. And it will come as no surprise that 67 percent said they would “prefer t...
 
  There is No Reality, Only Perception with Your Career Brand
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Mar, 2016
As a career development and executive coach, I often work with people that brand products or services for an organization but have no real awareness of their unique professional brand and why it matters. It’s time to take stock of your own brand and use it to achieve your career goals and tell your authentic professional story. Your Story Matters – when was the last time you checked in with colleagues, or your boss to ask h...
 
  Micromanagement is Bad for the Brain
by Alexandra Levit - Mar, 2016
The command-and-control approach is out of vogue, and, as it turns out, also detrimental to human nature. Whether you’re an IT manager locking down access and permissions to IT-business collaboration tools, or a micromanager who forces a process on her employees to get work done, you may be negatively affecting business productivity. Historically, leaders have controlled employees rather than connecting with them. According t...
 
  Self-Managing Organizations: The Next Wave?
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Mar, 2016
Up to this point in history, we’ve organized work based on four very different worldviews: impulsive, conformist, achievement and pluralistic. This organizational evolution is tied to the four stages of human consciousness proposed by psychologists Clare Graves, Don Beck and others, as summarized by Frederic Laloux in Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating Organizations Inspired by the Next Stage of Human Consciousne...
 
  What are your strengths and weakness': Conduct a SWOT Analysis to find out!
by Sharon Cohen - Mar, 2016
“What are your strengths and weakness?” This question creates more fear in the heart of job seekers than any other. Most people dread this question and also don't understand the psychology behind it. Even if you're never asked this question in an interview, you must know how to answer it, in order to effectively compete for a job. Read on, to learn how to answer this question... Over the past ten years, I have worke...
 
  Management Resumes: Applying for Your First Management Job
by Robin Schlinger - Mar, 2016
At some point in your career, you may be ready for the responsibilities and challenges of managing other people. The company where you work may not recognize that moment as quickly as you do. If you feel you must move on to move up into management, Robin’s Resumes® can help. Here are a few things you can do to strengthen your resume for applying for management positions: Attend courses, webinars, and seminars that focus...
 
  Next Up, Gen Z: What Managers Need to Know Today About the Workers of Tomorrow
by Lindsey Pollak - Mar, 2016
As workplaces adjust to (and increasingly embrace) millennials’ needs and priorities, many forward thinkers are already wondering what’s next. At speaking engagements, I’m frequently asked about Gen Z: How are they different than Gen Y? What do managers and business leaders need to know about this new generation? Here is my take: BACK UP. WHAT IS GENERATION Z? Given that there is no exact science to how we define gene...
 
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