I was at a job that I was doing pretty well at up until the point where I caught the flu and was hospitalized due to complications from the flu. I was told that I could not lose my job for being sick. Upon my arrival back to work, they had put my FMLA papers through but by this time I had no more sick time or personal time left to take off because I was hospitalized for a month. I still haven't fully recovered, so I did what I felt was the right... see more
Employer ghosting is frustrating to say the least and not a good business practice.
I believe recruiters sometimes are inundated with applications and interviews and inevitably ghosting can happen.
I like to use post-interview follow-ups as opportunities to both thank the interviewer for their time and reiterate interest in the role, but also use the opportunity to nudge the interviewer to take action and keep yourself top of mind with them.
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Looking for full-time work in human resources. Have 30+ years of experience in Aerospace, Health care and Hospice. Have any suggestions?
How does one build an HR function from the ground up. The basics?
I interviewed with a company I am excited to work with,I met the District Manager first then had phone interviews with Regional manager as well as Regional H.R,the following week the D.M called and we negotiated pay,He welcomed me to the company and even though he was on vacation he would key me into their system for me to watch for the email requesting the drug screen. I have been eagerly checking my email and nothing has come through.It has... see more
I am at 62 as well. Two years ago I honorably retired after a 35+ years of loyal service as the Human Resources manager of the U.S. Army and Air Force Exchange Service in Europe Region, Turkey. During my entire career in management positions to include retail store manager and operations manager, I gladly and passionately served the U.S. Armed Forces members and their loved ones. I retired because I was given the right by the U.S. Government to... see more
Is anyone having a hard time finding a career with their masters in human resources. They all say need experience but how can you when no one will give you a chance so you can get experience.
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I’ve been working in a place where there is pure nepotism in Washington DC. How do I report it?
A few weeks ago, probably around a month or so ago, I was hired. However, I have not heard about when I am scheduled to come in or when I should start working. I think I was hired in September. I completed my background check and paperwork. I even went through training and got the uniforms for work a few weeks ago.
I've been trying to contact HR but I haven't had much luck. Should I drop by and ask? I'm afraid that I might come off as too clingy... see more
I don’t care that I’m 68 years old…..I'm like a fine wine! I get BETTER with age!! I believe I was facing age discrimination in my job search for the last year or so until I realized that I was half the problem!
I wasn’t staying positive and coming to interviews prepared to show them that I am just as able to complete the job as someone half my age. One tip I do have that I would like to share with you all is to UPDATE YOUR RESUME!
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