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How parents can turn the Christmas experience into interview training

Interview Skills

Kids that were not prepared for the big interview with the CEO of Christmas

Season of Birth Control

As we move into the Holiday season, I find I really enjoy this time of year. I am able to break out my heavy sweaters and overcoats that I only have the opportunity to sport in the coldest of weather. 

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The company Christmas tree AKA Ornament Hanger

They don’t make em’ like this anymore

Company Christmas tree breaks the rules

Just because I work in HR doesn’t mean I have to follow all the rules. I prefer guidelines and today’s post is a glimpse into how Johnny Law, the HR deputy tries to keep a light attitude in the office and still keep order.

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HR lessons from Hollywood

lesssons from hollywood
Lessons from Hollywood

I love movies. Movies are an escape from my day-to-day. No one yells at me in the movie theater, no one wants a decision out of me and most of all, no one is complaining to me. The biggest decision I make is regular or extra butter on my popcorn and do I pee before the movie starts or can I hold it for the next 2 hours.

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Millennial generation speaks out against education system. I can’t find a job!

Millennial generation

$100K blown on an education with no tools to find a job

Why the Millennial Generation is screwed

Dear Dean Vernon Warner,

I am of the millennial generation and a recent graduate of your prestigious college. I just wanted to thank you because I am realizing that I have learned the greatest life lesson.

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Company Christmas Party behavior broken down and interpreted

Company Christmas Party

The gossip after the company Christmas party will be remembered and exaggerated

Company Christmas party, mind your P’s and Q’s

The typical HR post around this time of year will discuss why we call the Christmas Parties the “Holiday Parties”.  Other posts explain why we need to be sensitive to different cultures, blah,

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Giving a resume 5 seconds is a lot like Tinder

Tinder

Tinder and resume reading have a lot in common

Reading Resumes in 5 seconds

I just delivered a presentation to a group of job seekers and one thing that caused a lot of strife in the room was the fact that I look at resumes for an average of only 5 seconds. In reality,

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