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How to climb the corporate ladder without selling your soul

Your Zoom image is limiting your career

Who are these people?

How not to make a name for yourself via Zoom

Do you know what you look like over Zoom?

Why should you care about your Zoom image? I will be the first to say that Zoom saves careers and I am a big fan. In a post COVID world, I think many employees would have had their careers derailed without Zoom.

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Manager Communication

manager communication

Your manager isn’t incompetent. They just have different values and communication styles. Crack the code and you will be successful.

Not part of the job description

Before you get too judgy with your boss, there are a few things we should take into consideration. Your boss’s top priorities are:

  1. Look out for the interests of your company
  2. Make their boss’s job easier. 
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Is there a Job Interview Dress Code over Zoom?

Remote Job Dress Code

Dress Code in a Zoom Job Interview Matters

Zoom Job Interview Dress Code

Is there a dress code for Zoom job interviews? Is there a dress code for job interviews when the job is a remote position ? I have had a lot to say about the dress code in the office over the years.

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Remote Work: HR shares unspoken pitfalls about working from home

Most employees are not aware of how working remotely can be a career killer. An HR exec outlines the downside to your career around remote work and how to overcome any manager bias around remote work.

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Your employee performance boils you down to one of three tiers

Secret: most managers bucket your employee performance into one of three tiers. Your career is dependent on which tier you are in. What these tiers are and how to make sure your performance is being judged correctly.

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Learning about Diversity in all the wrong places

diversity

Short, slow, green, with funny-looking ears. Knowledge comes from all backgrounds, shapes and sizes. We just need an open mind.

Real-life game-changer learnings on diversity and bias

from unlikely sources. My thought process behind this post is simple. If a minority and HR Pro/AM can show he is still learning and wrestling with bias,

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