How Making Your Company Culture Can Be A Key Feature Of Your Talent Strategy

Every organization is bound by its employees. The efficiency of the organization is also determined by the efficiency of work laid down by them. There must be coherence and likeminded subject between the employers for the initiation of trust-based relationships. To strengthen the trust, there must be cultural-based collaboration in the organization to expose the

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How Managers Can Support Working Parents

Working parents have their hands full like never before. Parents of kids in K–12 schools or even college may need to overhaul their household in response to learning-method shifts that can happen at the drop of a hat. Those with younger children must secure child care in an environment where many daycare centers are closed,

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In Hopes of Finally Settling Cases, EEOC Revises Process

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently unveiled regulations to modify the presuit conciliation process in hopes of finally settling some employment disputes. What Hasn’t Been Working Well Imagine the EEOC ruling against you in a discrimination charge and inviting you to a settlement conference without explaining either why you lost the case or how

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Bedside Manners Aren’t Limited to Healthcare Workers

2020 was a challenging year for many, and it’s brought forth the need for several difficult conversations in the workplace. Whether it was having to tell someone he or she had been laid off or telling your boss you didn’t complete that report because you had to help your child with virtual school, one thing

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Setting Boundaries: A Conversation With Michael Bungay Stanier

Today’s episode is really special to me. It was recorded live with my friend Michael Bungay Stanier, author of “The Coaching Habit” and “The Advice Trap.” We had a conversation on LinkedIn Live about my new book, “Betting on You,” and the conversation covered a lot of ground: the importance of setting boundaries, advocating for

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What are the best tips for writing a resume?

A resume is a link between you and the employer to show why you are the company’s best hire. When you apply for jobs online or ready for face-to-face interviews, the first thing you need is a resume. CV or resume summarizes work experience, education details, achievements, and skills, etc. Your resume is an advertisement

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Pre-Recorded Video Interview Software: The Key to Success of Modern Recruiters

Are you a recruiter looking to find out more about Pre-recorded video interviews? Then Congratulations! As you have taken a step in the right direction in improving your recruiting productivity and quality of hire! Since 2018, video interviewing was already on the way to become a vital tool in recruiting. The Covid 19 Pandemic only

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