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Ladies: This Is How To Make Sure You Get Paid What You’re Worth On The Job

Equal Pay: The Boss Chick’s Checklist

You are a smart, capable, ambitious, and energized woman. Isn’t it a wonderful feeling? However, be forewarned: If you don’t get your new hire compensation correct starting as early as the hiring process, you may import gender inequality into your position, and wind up perpetuating the pay disparity throughout your career. Click To Tweet You may ask, “What’s with the festering, traditional gender norms of male breadwinners, and female caregivers that are still potent and directly influence perception, compensation, and promotions? How does one ensure pay equity with the guy working next to you? What skills will tap into your power and how do you effectively leverage that power, especially when seeking employment?”

Here is my Boss Chick’s Checklist for gender pay equality.
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Announcing The Best 5 Insanely-Easy Ways You Need To Use Twitter To Crush Your Job Search Now

Do you find yourself in transition after many years of working for the same company? 

If you’re anything like me, you looked up one day, and realized that the way we seek employment, especially applying for a job, has changed dramatically from the last time you were in this position.  Today, we need to know things like “keywords”, “personal branding”, and the often dreaded “networking”. But don’t panic!  There are tools at your disposal to make this transition easier, and potentially a lot of fun.
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In Defiance Of Ageism: Right Now This Is The Best Advice On How To Overcome Bias When Applying For A Job

How do you deal with a hiring process that’s more out of date than you could ever be?

Are you a mature job seeker, yet despite your years of experience you are still out of work?

I know exactly how this feels. I recently experienced being out of work for the second time in 4 years, yet I kept going. It can be soul-destroying, but I knew I would get there eventually. And so will you.
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This Is The Most Helpful Way On How To Make You Shine At Your Next Job Interview

How Knowing About Personality Preferences Can Help With Interviews And Networking

There are many ways to prepare yourself for the employee hiring process, or your next networking event. One method that may get overlooked, is knowing more about personality preferences. Assessing your personality preferences can help you sort your natural inclinations into a connected combination that can help you communicate better. This can be extraordinarily helpful when applying for a job, and companies are recruiting candidates and looking to hire top talent. Continue reading

Do You Know The Best 4 Ways To Be Positive When You Lost A Job?

Lead with Intention. Leave with Grace, Dignity, and Integrity. Click To Tweet

Leading with intention, leaving with grace and dignity, all while keeping your integrity intact is easier than you think. Well, maybe not easy, but not difficult either.

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Here Are The Best 5 Tips That Will Make You Secure Your Dream Job

Brand It Til You Land It :

Marketing yourself online is extremely important in the 21st century, where the internet plays a huge part in several aspects of life, particularly in business. It is fairly common, when recruiting candidates, for professional recruiters and hiring managers to employ Social Recruiting as part of their recruitment strategies to obtain top talent. Often, we hear the term ‘brand’ being applied to large companies; however, there are many ways you can use the same techniques to sell yourself (even if you are not a freelancer or entrepreneur). A clear personal ‘brand’ is that extra something special that will increase your ability to land your dream job and climb the career ladder!

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This Is How To Make The Most Of The Right Recruitment Opportunities As An Introvert

Going through the recruitment process as an introvert can be challenging. Here are some practical strategies to make the most of opportunities for jobs or promotions as an introvert.

Traditional Recruitment Practice And Introverts

Key aspects of: Traditional recruitment practices seem to work against everything that’s natural for introverts. Click To Tweet Interviews can be particularly demanding. You talk to a person or panel of people you probably don’t know. You’re focusing on yourself, especially your best points, being as confident and outgoing as you can. Add in the constraints of a limited amount of time into the high-pressure environment of being assessed, and it’s enough to start making excuses not to put yourself in that position. Continue reading