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Wed
10
Jul

Evil HR Lady: How to End an Interview

“What questions do you have for me?” This very question will be heard at almost every job interview you ever go on. What questions should you ask? It's not always easy to ask the right question but asking the wrong question is surprisingly easy. Here are some ideas to get you started (or tell you to shut your mouth)!

Fri
28
Jun

Is STEAM the Next Trend in Education?

STEM has been at the forefront of education reform over the last decade, but will this oft-referenced acronym soon morph into STEAM?

Wed
19
Jun

Evil HR Lady: 6 Workplace Myths You Probably Believe

Lots of people think they know what the rules are and what their rights are at work. But lots of people are wrong. Here are some of the myths and realities of the modern workplace.

Tue
18
Jun

Webcam Interview Tips

Technology isn't just changing the job market for people with careers in information technology - it's revolutionizing the way that we apply for positions and interview.

Tue
11
Jun

Salaries for IT Professionals are on the Rise

Good news for anyone pursuing a career in information technology: IT salaries are on the rise.

Mon
03
Jun

Nurses Should Join These LinkedIn Groups

When becoming a nurse, instructors and personal and professional networks can be fantastic resources as you begin looking for a job.

Thu
30
May

Interview Tips for Moms Returning to Work: Ask Evil HR Lady

Tips for Moms Returning to Work

Dear Evil HR Lady,

After I graduate I'll be getting ready to apply for jobs and preparing for interviews. If they ask about work history, do I explain that I've been a stay at home mom and army wife the last 6 years or will they look down on that? Do I just say I haven't worked in awhile? This will be my first time applying for a job since I've had my kids and I'm getting nervous! Also, any tips or questions I need to ask THEM that pertains to being parent (like can I take off to pick up my sick kid etc).

Fri
24
May

How Teachers Can Make the Most of Their Summers

Anyone who doesn't have a career in teaching may constantly be telling you how lucky you are that you have your summers off, but you know better.

Tue
14
May

What About Office Romances?

by Suzanne Lucas from Evil HR Lady

If you were an alien whose only ideas of earth were gleaned through television programs, you'd assume that the workplace is populated by two types of people: the hilarious and the promiscuous. (And sometimes, those people are one and the same.) Also, you'd assume that no one ever does any actual work.

Those of us who actually have had jobs, know that most people only think they are funny and office romance is fraught with problems that aren't neatly wrapped up in 30 minutes. But sometimes, even in the real world, sparks can fly at the office. What are the rules of workplace romance?

Wed
01
May

How Nurses Can Write a Winning Resume

When beginning a career in nursing, there's no point in even starting your job search until you have revamped your resume.

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