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    Management Decisions - New Consumer Protection Laws...But Investors Beware
by Les Szarka and Tim Muma - May, 2016
While a certain regulations may be created to protect people, it can create other potential problems for those who aren't aware of all the details. A recent change could have that exact effect, and investors need to be cautious. Les Szarka, founder, co-owner and CEO of Szarka Financial, talks with Tim Muma about the ins and outs of the new rule. Though it certainly is a benefit to investors and their best interests, Les explai...
 
    Employment Notebook - Manager's Guide to Getting Results
by David Dye and Tim Muma - May, 2016
Managerial success could be defined in a number of ways, but there's no denying the path to such success has changed over the past few decades. The workplaces, cultures, expectations and employees have all evolved and it impacts the way a manager can effectively run a team. David Dye, founder and president of Trailblaze, Inc., explains to Tim Muma how motivation is a myth and quality teams start with hiring. David also gives u...
 
    Job Search Guide - Creating a Wow Factor in Your Job Search
by Mike Perry and Tim Muma - May, 2016
Finding a way to standout from the crowd has always been a key to landing a new job. With so much information and competitive options available, job seekers need to find ways to make employers say, "Wow!" Mike Perry, president of Szarka Financial, uses his decades of experience in hiring to give job seekers the inside scoop on what hits home with potential employers. He tells Tim Muma the specific areas hiring personnel look f...
 
    Employment Notebook - Conversations to Help Develop High Performers
by William Dann and Tim Muma - May, 2016
One key to long-term, sustainable success is the level of performance put forth by each employee. Not every person comes to your organization as an 'A' player, but there are ways to bring them up to high performer status. William Dann, founder and president of Professional Growth Systems, leverages his years in management and as a CEO to discuss the types of communication that develops high performers. He also explains to Tim...
 
  Career Satisfaction & Lateral Moves
by Georgia Adamson - May, 2016
Many people change jobs to gain career advancement because they feel stuck where they are and see no likelihood of change in their current organization. Conventional wisdom suggests that moving “up the ladder” is the way to advance professionally, which might mean finding a new job in another company. However, a relatively new trend in the work world indicates that not everyone thinks this way or adopts the traditional care...
 
  Expressing Your Opinion Can Hurt Your Brand
by Debra Wheatman - May, 2016
The other day, I was reading an article on LinkedIn about gender equality at the executive level. It was written by a female executive who noted that there are very few female C-level executives in any size company and that diversity only helps companies to succeed. The article was in no way inflammatory, and it was very well written. However, a quick scan of the comment section was horrifying. I am alternately amazed and...
 
  How Decision-Making Is Different Between Men and Women And Why It Matters In Business
by Kathy Caprino - May, 2016
Part of the series “Today’s True Leadership” In my work as a leadership trainer and a career success coach for women over 11 years, it’s become abundantly clear that the quality of one’s decision-making is not only a critical factor in her professional success and impact, but also reflects a wide range of influences that we’re typically unaware of, including core values, internal preferences, societal influences, social abi...
 
  The Value to Employees in Working From Home
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - May, 2016
Working from home is more common than ever, with technology continually disrupting the landscape of how and where we can do our jobs. While many benefits exist for the company who provides work-from-home set-ups, such as savings in overhead and 24/7 accessibility to key players, equally as many benefits abound for employees who choose the work-from-home option. Following are 10 reasons why working from home is good for your...
 
  What Millennials Want At Work - And Why It Matters
by Lindsey Pollak - May, 2016
We’ve all heard and read the millennial-bashing. Millennial employees want free food; they want unlimited vacation; they want to run the company two days after they arrive; they want to be coddled and given a trophy. If you’ve read my blog before, you know that I’m definitely not in the millennial-bashing camp. Why am I always so bullish on this generation? Because if you look past the stereotypes, you quickly see that mill...
 
  Your Top Priority In The Interview: Hint - It's not getting the offer
by Randy Block - May, 2016
Success is measured by your results. You’ve had this ingrained in you:. It follows that if you didn’t get an offer after your interview, you failed. Your self-esteem takes a hit and maybe even depression sets in. “Nobody wants me.” You make all about you. You all have heard about how much a “bad hire” costs the company. Well it costs you as well. Your zeal to get the offer by overselling yourself with the “right answe...
 
  A Tech Career Like a Straightaway or a Rotary - which is better?
by Jean Cummings - May, 2016
If your career is a car, are you driving down a straight road? Or, do you picture yourself going around a rotary, seeing a number of exits, and then selecting one? In other words, is your career path more like a straightaway or a rotary? This is an important question to understand as you go about your personal branding, executive resume writing, and career management. Let's imagine you are a VP of IT. Did you get there by s...
 
  Are You Prepared for the Proliferation of Paid Sick Time?
by Alexandra Levit - May, 2016
This year is shaping up to be an interesting one for HR compliance. The most buzz, it seems, is occurring around paid sick leave. In his 2015 State of the Union address, President Obama asked the U.S. Congress to pass national legislation granting American workers the right to paid sick days when they or their family members get sick, or to deal with sexual assault and domestic abuse. Paid sick leave is another benefit that...
 
  Technical Resumes: Five Steps to a Better Resume
by Robin Schlinger - May, 2016
Many technical resumes suffer because engineers, developers, researchers, and other technical job applicants have trouble communicating what they do. Many of them are more at home drawing a diagram than writing; and many are used to communicating with their peers at a level where a hiring manager or recruiter is simply lost. Still, the hiring managers and recruiters are the ones who will ultimately examine a resume and decide...
 
  10 Surefire Ways To Blow An Interview
by Randy Block - May, 2016
Interviews: They’re all about pressing the flesh or running for office, or a first date. You are talking to a complete stranger. Sweat comes out of glands you didn’t know you had. Relax: It’s probably easier to just blow them off. If you want to know how to “blow” an interview, be sure to take any or all of the following actions: » Don’t prepare. Your intention to be spontaneous is important. Let them talk about thei...
 
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