Making decisions in your career can be very difficult. When you're not sure which road to take, getting others to take a chance on you isn't easy. Over the last few years, younger generations have received a lot of backlash for choosing to leave a company, but not enough credit for realizing what we want… Continue reading Becoming the Best You!
I'm excited to present my HRJazzy Followers and Readers with another Guest Blog Post! This one comes from the amazing people over at iDashboards, a data visualization company on a mission to transform reporting into meaningful dashboards. Read the article and check out the site, leave your comments below, they'd love to hear from you! -… Continue reading Guest Blog Post!! 5 Simple Tips to Improve Employee Engagement in the Digital Age
I'm not sure if my HRJazzy Readers have heard or not, but, little ole me will be co-hosting this Wednesdays #SHRMNextchat on Twitter with the new SHRM CEO and President Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. Check out all the details here and hopefully, you can join in! HRNewbies is a strong passion of mine because I'm… Continue reading HRNewbies – An Experience of a Lifetime!
[HRJazzy wrote a blog post a few months ago introducing two great guys who were looking to get into the HR world, read it here > The Break In – Welcoming New HR Young Professionals. Well, I now have an update on one of them and I asked him to write his experience in his own… Continue reading Following Up with An HR Newbie Officially in Training!! [Internships] Guest Post by Alfred Russell, Jr.
So, let's talk for a bit. I work with a lot of young professionals I'm not trying to point us out, because we definitely don't need another article saying how horrible we are, but I am seeing a problem occurring more frequently in the workplace. There plenty of reasons to leave a job. You've outgrown… Continue reading 3 Reasons Leaving Without Proper Notice Can Hurt You
The end of the year is near, only 13 days away! You've worked hard to land the job, internship, network, reach a goal, gain a certification, & for some, simply make it day by day. In your career journey, I'm sure there have been a few people who've helped you along the way. A coworker,… Continue reading A Year of Work Deserves A Moment of Thanks
It's the holiday season and you need some extra cash in your pocket. In today's economy, it's very rare that you find someone who isn't working a side hustle. This can be a part-time job, writing a blog, speaking engagements, ad rating, editing, and more. Even if your side hustle doesn't directly affect your job, it could… Continue reading How to Tell Your Boss You Have a Side Hustle
Let’s start by understanding that business causal has changed over the years, but I don’t think it has ever reached the point where t-shirt and jeans are acceptable. In this post, I’m going to give you a few pointers on what business casual should mean to a young professional. When you’re prepared for success, success… Continue reading 3 Business Casual Tips for a Young Professional
Well, at least about HR. College is all about the years you have fun and learn just enough to land a job. The problem is, just enough, isn't the best information. There a lot of Young Professionals in every profession who have to learn as they go, about way too many basic functions of our field.… Continue reading Things You Might Not Learn In College
Well, let's be upfront, this isn't how to get your boss to give you a raise. The end of the year is coming faster than I can even believe. Certain plans are getting wrapped up and budgets for next year are being created. Now is the time to get your goals into the company for… Continue reading Convincing Your Boss .. Conference Season