The Secret to Side Hustle Success in 2019
According to a recent survey, side hustles are more popular than ever: 51 percent of millennials moonlight sometimes, and 38 percent of them make money from side hustles once a month. These side hustles also tend to pay pretty well — almost $700 a month for the average hustler.
Want in on this game? Then you’ll need to know the …
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Leadership in Context: How to Lead in Any Situation
Like the great Rosetta Stone helped us break through seemingly impenetrable language barriers, the concept of “leadership in context” could help us break through the leadership development barriers that prevent us from becoming the best leaders we can be in the workplace.
By “leadership in context,” I mean the idea that we can create a comprehensive framework of leadership styles based on the contexts in which a person must lead …
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13 Approaches to Recruiting Employees via Social Media
Welcome to Recruiter QA, where we pose employment-related questions to the experts and share their answers!
Today’s Question: What is the best way to use social media to recruit new employees?
The answers below are provided by Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of …
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How to Deal With Rejection During a Career Change
Dealing constructively with rejection is an important part of almost any job hunt, but especially when you’re making a career change. When you switch industries or take on a role that doesn’t quite fit with your previous experience, you have to be prepared for some pushback.
According to psychologist Guy Winch, “the same areas …
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Stop Distressing About Disgruntled Employees and Take Action
Disgruntled employees pop up in all workplaces. They may be responding to the pressure of working in a fast-paced environment for demanding bosses. They may bring their personal difficulties into work and allow them to influence their interactions with coworkers or their performance. They may perceive they are being treated less favorably than their coworkers in terms of pay, perks, recognition, performance ratings, or other terms of their employment.
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At-Will Employment Won’t Help: How to Protect Yourself When Your Job Is In Jeopardy
While the economy seems to be improving and the job market seems to be tightening, no employee is ever 100 percent secure in their job — especially not in strong employment-at-will jurisdictions such as New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania.
To quote economist and attorney Charles J. Muhl, “The employment-at-will doctrine avows that, when an employee does not have a written employment contract and the term …
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5 Metrics You Must Measure to Achieve the Gold Standard of High-Volume Recruiting
High-volume recruiting can be difficult to navigate for the uninitiated. Without the right data — and the right understanding of that data — you may end up with inaccurate forecasts and overwhelming hiring shortfalls.
The good news is it is never too late to start analyzing your high-volume recruiting process and fixing the problems you uncover.
Not sure where to start? Here are the most
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Step Up Your Recruiting Game by Using the Rockefeller Habits
Thirty years ago, I joined a staffing and recruiting firm as marketing director and began working my way up the ranks. I eventually became a partner in the organization.
In 2005, I learned about the Rockefeller Habits and began practicing them in both my personal and professional lives. For the uninitiated, the habits were developed by Verne Harnish based on the business practices and …
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6 Ways to Identify Your Most Coachable Candidates and Employees
Organizations worldwide have embraced workplace coaching in recent years, and for good reason: Coaching can improve employee interpersonal skills by 50 percent and reduce employee stress by 35 percent, among other benefits.
Every business wants to improve employee performance, but for any coaching program to be effective, businesses need to hire employees who can work within that program — employees who are, …
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17 Science-Backed Benefits of Working Outside
According to a study published in BMC Research Notes, the average desk-based employee spends more than 70 percent of their workday sitting indoors and staring at their computer screen.
Unfortunately, a desk job has many consequences for your health, including increased risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
As human beings, we …
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