Move over personal brand — the career brand is here!
"Your unique career path is a big part of who you are today," says official LinkedIn Blogger Ian Brooks. When it comes to taking your career to the next level, personal brand isn't enough. It's time to start thinking about what's next for your role. Enter the career brand.
Human resources originally evolved out of a personnel-based function rooted in administrative tasks. Historically, the HR department has been perceived to add the same value to businesses as marketing or sales roles, but that sort of thinking is old school.
According to a recent report issued by HR Open Source (a community platform for HR professionals), 68% of current HR professionals have previously worked in fields outside of human resources. This cross-pollination of ideas is creating a new breed of HR folks — they're moving from "human resources" to "people operations."
Searching for a new job? Chances are you'll be landing on Indeed, LinkedIn, CareerBuilder, or Glassdoor when starting your search. While these platforms can be helpful, they can also be overwhelming.
Let's start with most job hunters' first stop for reviews, Glassdoor. Consider this your quick guide to finding a job using Glassdoor.
Hoping to get a big raise at your year-end review? Want to negotiate a bigger package at your new job? "Salary negotiations can be anxiety-filled on both sides but they shouldn't be," Thomas Neubauer, a managing partner with The Gap Partnership (a firm providing negotiation training), told Entrepreneur Magazine. So turn that frown upside down and learn how to negotiate with the best of them.
According to Glassdoor, 89% of applicants look for employment on their phone.
It’s a sign of the times — mobile recruiting is one of the best ways to reach applicants in any field. How candidates view your job posting and the ease with which they can apply are important factors to consider when you’re trying to reach an audience via a mobile device. While this phenomenon isn’t new, many HR departments still have an unwieldy application process that isn’t mobile friendly. How can human resource departments adapt their application processes to this “new” venue?
Artisan is thrilled to announce our first ever Webby Award Nomination!
The Webby Awards, which the New York Times calls “the internet’s highest honor,” seeks to recognize the best of the internet and released the nominees of their highly coveted awards this past week. Websites, online film and video, advertising and media, mobile sites and apps, social media and more all have the chance to vie for that silver spring trophy and famous five-word acceptance speech.
It’s become a cliché to hate your job.
Actually, that’s not necessarily true. Recent poll numbers suggest attitudes toward work have shifted:
- In 2010, a Deloitte survey showed 80 percent of Americans hated their jobs.
- In 2013, a national Gallup poll reported that unhappy employees outnumbered happy by a 2-to1 margin.
- By 2016, a Pew statistic revealed a startling finding: only 49 percent of Americans said they are happy with their job.
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