Each week Blogging4Jobs brings you the Top Workplace Blogs of the Week. These blogs come from all across the internet and highlight important topics being discussed in the space. We serve as your weekly recap of top blogs that we’ve read throughout the week. If we’ve missed any, let us know.
TOP BLOGS OF THE WEEK
I Love Hiring People Who Have Been Fired: Being fired can feel like the kiss of death to a career, but this hiring manager squelches the perception that hiring fired workers is hiring risky workers. According to Tim Sackett these bruised ego employees can bring passion to the job. Read More.
Paul Hebert inquires Employee Engagement – Who to Blame for Low Numbers?: Employee engagement is at all-time lows, and spending on employee engagement is at all-time highs. What’s the deal? Paul has some answers. Read More.
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Job Seeker? Always question pay to play. Always: The heat is on in the job market and job seekers are pursuing every option to give them that competitive edge, including paying for profile upgrades on professional websites like LinkedIn. According to this author you should say “Hell No” to being asked to pay! Read More.
Deflecting Compliments is Not an Olympic Sport: Sometimes that random compliment from a stranger can be the best but most awkward moment for your day. Jennifer Miller examines how women are especially good at down playing their assets when complimented, even in the workplace. What do you think ladies? Are you guilty of this? Read More.
Workforce Analytics & the So What? Factor: Steve Smith is hitting it out of the park with this discussion of workforce analytics through the eyes of major league baseball. Learn how you can apply the same logic of analyzing the stats of your favorite players for your workplace. Read More.
TOP BLOGGING4JOBS BLOG OF THE WEEK
8 Steps to Become an “Easy to Manage” Employee: Dan Lovejoy gives us 8 great steps to becoming that idealistic “easy to manage” employee. How easy are you to manage? Read more.
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