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  • 5 Steps to Bouncing Back from a Crummy Day
    by Melody Wilding - October 9, 2019
    Even if you love your job, an occasional bad day is par for the course. Everyone has those days where no matter how many happiness hacks or positive mantras you try, you just can’t shake a glass-half-empty attitude. A bad mood can ruin your productivity, putting the kibosh on your motivation and draining you of your creative energy. The secret to recovering from a bad day is learning how to move forward despite it....
  • 10 Characteristics of a Good Leader
    by Debra Wheatman - October 8, 2019
    A leader can make the difference between success and failure. A good leader has a futuristic vision and knows how to turn ideas into real-world success stories. Unfortunately, there are many managers out there who are poor leaders. This is largely because of the time-honored practice of promoting people into management solely on the basis of their technical knowledge and ability, rather than because they are effective manag...
  • Workspace Wellness
    by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - October 4, 2019
    As part of my continuing experience as the “new girl” after my recent career change, I am grateful to have an opportunity to look at my work environment through a fresh lens. I’m in an open concept workspace, which is brand new for me. I will admit that the spacious cubicle, even with an automated standing desk feature, at first threw me for a loop. I have always had an office with a door that closed....
  • The OFCCP Digest Weekly
    by LocalJobNetwork™ - October 2, 2019
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  • What OFCCP Wants: Section 503 Audit and Reporting Requirements
    by Cheryl Boyer - October 2, 2019
    In August of 2018, OFCCP announced that future scheduling lists for compliance evaluations by the OFCCP would include reviews focused solely on compliance with Section 503, “to ensure that federal contractors fully comply with equal employment opportunity obligations and consider other best practices to increase employment of qualified individuals with disabilities”. In March 2019, when the next and most recent...
  • Mental Health at Work: Workplace Design Matters for All Generations
    by Lindsey Pollak - September 30, 2019
    My speaking engagements frequently take me to college campuses, where I have the opportunity to connect with professors and administrators about the hot topics on their campuses. For the past few years, I’ve been struck by the number of times leaders at a wide variety of colleges and universities have talked to me about the overwhelming mental health needs of today’s Generation Z students. Recent statistics...
  • How to Work With People When They Are Wrong and You Are Right
    by Steve Farber - September 27, 2019
    If there’s ever been a time with such a politically and socially polarized mood among Americans, it wasn’t in my lifetime, and I wouldn’t want to go back there. It’s gotten to the point where people are “de-Friending” their closest relatives, friends, and co-workers on social media, and friendly clubs and book groups are setting ground rules about what things can’t be talked about o...
  • Crunch Time: Component 2 and VETS-4212 Filings are Both Due September 30, 2019
    by James (Jay) A. Patton, Jr. - September 26, 2019
    The September 30, 2019, deadline for filing EEO-1 Component 2 pay data reports is just a few days away. The Component 2 filing requirement came from the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in an order issued by Judge Tanya S. Chutkan on April 25, 2019, that jump-started the rush to the September 30 deadline. While the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) contemplated the Component 2 filings in 2016...
  • The OFCCP Digest Weekly
    by LocalJobNetwork™ - September 26, 2019
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  • 5 Glaring Signs That It’s Time To Leave Your Job
    by Kathy Caprino - September 25, 2019
    For many years during my 18-year corporate career, I remained in a number of roles I disliked, and a few of them were a terrible fit. Now I see that there were some critical factors that influenced my strong resistance to make the changes I needed to, including worries about money, self-esteem issues, confusion as to what I really wanted, reluctance to start over in a new job, and just plain fear. Now, after two reinvent...