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What is a salary band and why companies share yours

Salary bands are required to be public in a few states, with more states to follow. What is a salary band? Why is there a salary range and why you may not be paid at the top of the salary band.

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Why hard work goes unnoticed in corporate America

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Are you invisible to your manager despite hard work and results?

Why hard work goes unnoticed

Last week I blogged about a candidate who in all rights is a superstar. Unfortunately, from a career standpoint, if you were to talk with her, you would never know it. I love how she puts in the hard work and is so humble,

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Career accomplishments, why we need to share them with our managers

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Career accomplishments are important. Don’t confuse being humble with giving your manager updates

Career Accomplishment

Are you talking about your career accomplishments in an interview? We think we are. Most of us are not. We are too humble, too shy, or brought up to act differently. Many of us don’t realize it. The next few posts will show us how to talk about our accomplishments.

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Career Goals, what to say to your manager to jump start your career

Everyone has career goals. Unfortunately, just having career goals isn’t enough. There are a few critical steps that your manager needs to hear and see before we can expect a promotion, raise or transfer to another department. How to manage your manager so they are an advocate for your career goals.

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Career path acceleration, what you are missing and why you were passed over

Career Path

Are you pushing a stalled career?

Career path acceleration

Career path and the manager 1 on 1’s was last weeks blog topic. These updates are important because, without them, your manager doesn’t have an inventory of your current skills and accomplishments to sell on your behalf when new opportunities become available. If they don’t know what you are doing,

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Job promotion – speak up about your accomplishments or be passed over

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Keep your manager updated with consistent and predictable performance for the job promotion

Passed over for the job promotion

HRNasty, I know I am a quiet person. I am also smart and I have ideas, but I don’t seem to be getting the opportunities like my loud peers who brag about what they do.

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