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Racheal244 views

HR skills?

Interview questions for an HR and skills and software required for an HR fresher?

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Sanilia785 views

would like to know more about HR career

If anyone out there from the HR field and students pursuing this field ,I would love to hear more about how your weekdays are like, how ur HR studies were/are and etc;

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Andrea382 views

What free resources can you recommend to improve my skills and automate processes?

I am passionate about talent development and recruiting. What free resources can you recommend to improve my skills and automate processes? Thank you.

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Zoe170 views

What factors do you consider when creating administration Schedules for employees?

My name is Zoe and I am a middle school student and I wanna be a administrative services manager how hard is it to get a job in that career? What software programs do you use on a daily basis?

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Pros and cons of being a part of a union?

This question comes from the CareerVillage staff, and some answers will be featured on our social media posts for US Labor Day!

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What rights/protections do I have if I’m starting a union?

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damien325 views

what is the salary for Registered Nurse in SF Bay Area?

My research shows entry level is 40$ hr , median level is 59$ hr , and experienced is 78$ hr. Is this correct?

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Dahrien274 views

As a future HR professional, what emerging trends or technologies should I be aware of and actively engage with to stay competitive in the industry and provide value to organizations?

3rd-year student at CSU San Bernardino Major: Business Administration - Human Resources I work as a student assistant for the student success center at the university

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Avery282 views

I'm getting trash talked at work, what do I do??

(TLDR at the end, but I would recommend you actually read the whole thing.) I'm 15 and I work with some other teenagers so my mom said it was normal im getting trash talked since. yknow. they're teens. But it's not the teens that i'm having a problem with, It's the literal grown adults. I recently had a shift with my coworker Jess (I think she's like 28), my friend who also works there, and another person around jess's age. I work at Zumiez and I was working in the back with the skateboards since I was the only person on shift that actually skated. My friend randomly texted me while she was on break and apparently Jess and the person around her age were trash talking me in the break room and saying this. "She's lazy, she acts like she can just take over the entire store because she knows how to skateboard." Her friend also said "all the teenagers don't do anything" which is ironic because the last time I checked literal high schoolers were running the store that day and her and Jess spent almost all of it in the break room. I have no idea why.. as a 28 year old grown woman you have a problem with a 15 year old just tryna make some money. Anyways, should I report her to HR?? Should I quit?? I'm just really fed up with it since this isn't the first time she's done this. TLDR; My 28 year old coworker and her friend are trash talking me when i'm literally just a 15 year old girl tryna do my job and idk what to even do at this point.

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Tracy268 views

Hello! My name is Tracy and I am a current high school student. I'm conducting an interview with any professional in the Training and Development Specialist field for a Foundations in Health Science Class project about careers! I have created a total of 13 questions. Comment on this post, answering all 13 questions to be a part of my assignment.?

This is the same set of questions as my other posts, but for a different career. Please help me and answer these following questions, thank you! What profession did you choose? Why? How many years of college did you need to go through? What jobs did you work before you landed your present professional job? How can I decide if I should earn a Ph.D. in this field? Were you in a college program? Did you have to pivot and go back to school at a later date? Did you shadow another professional in the field? Did you join any school clubs related to your current profession? Was there a particular subject you struggled with during your school years What skill sets did you learn or gain while pursuing your career? Were you faced with any obstacles that slowed you down? How did you overcome them? What is something about your profession that you want others to keep in mind before pursuing the same path? What is the most difficult part about working in your professional job?

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How do you transition into HR from a different career?

This is part of our professionals series

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Silviya1301 views

What skills are required for HR?

I am a fresher with no experience. What skills do I need to land into a job role in HR? Currently, I am pursuing my masters of management in Human Resources? Where do I start?

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Genevieve1146 views

Best minor to pair with a HR manager degree?

Would an accounting minor be a good choice, or would business administration more advisable?

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elizabeth600 views

What are some steps would you recommend I take to prepare to enter this field? (office admin)

#business #career #audit #hr #office #officeadmin #admin

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elizabeth813 views

What are some skills of the job I should be familiar with? (office admin)

#office #admin #hr #audit #business #officeadmin #jobs #career

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elizabeth414 views

What are some related fields I should consider looking into for? (office admin)

I am interested in office admin because I have worked a few office jobs. I feel it suited my work styles and values. I enjoy the independence that some of my jobs gave me and working in a small setting. I am interested in Hr or Audit but I open to another area if it fits. #officeadmin #hr #audit #office #admin #business

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Rameel706 views

How can I excel in the Talent Acquisition department as an intern currently?

#hr #recruiting #talentacquistion #internship #human-resources

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Joan4394 views

What is the difference between talent acquisition and recruitment?

Hello, What are the core differences between talent acquisition and recruitment? What are the pro's and cons? Also, how does it play into Human Resources? Thank you in advance!! (: #talent-acquisition #recruitment #recruiting #human-resources #hr

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HOW TO STAND OUT FROM A VIDEO INTERVIEW?

For all professionals & students who are reading my post, I thank you for your time and I appreciate any suggestions you share! Please take care of yourself. CONTEXT: Because of COVID, most companies are conducting interviews via video. I found that it's more challenging to leave a good impression ( sometimes the internet connection may not be stable, or due to lack of in-person eye contact & interaction..) What's your suggestions? If you are a recruiter / interviewer, what type of candidates stand out from the interviews and how I can become those candidates that you want to hire immediately? Again, I appreciate your time in advance and all the best to you and your family. It's a challenging time to navigate in a world of uncertainties, so please take time for yourself and stay healthy! #jobs #technology #HR #recruiter #interview #careercoach #career #interviewprep

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How to engage more audiences on Linkedin?

To all professionals reading this post, thank you for your precious time! I hope all is well on your end! :) Context: I like to use Linkedin to look for jobs and connect with like-minded people. However, my posts don't usually generate a lot of views. I don't know how LinkedIn algorithm works behind the scene, but I believe there must be some tricks people use to generate traffic (hashtags or tagging influencers) Questions: 1. What are some other useful tips to engage more audiences (or even recruiters) on Linkedin? 2. How to become a content creator ? (some people post about their job searching experience and received over 1k likes & dozens of comments?! jaw-dropping) #linkedin #career #HR #recruiters #technology #algorithm #writer #influencer #contentCreator #strategy #consulting #careeradvice #professionals

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How do you overcome imposter syndrome?

As a self-taught web developer, I often wonder whether I am competent enough to apply for web developer jobs that typically require a degree in Computer Science & require 2+ years (or more) of relevant work experiences for junior web developer position. The requirement section in the job post seems to expect A LOT from the candidates. Some front-end developer positions also require candidates to know back-end technology/languages. Some job posts simply list out all the preferred skills they are looking for in a candidate. When I look at the job description, it just seems like I can never meet all of their requirements. Most likely, I only meet 50% ~60% of the requirements. While I'm confident about my ability to pick up things quickly, many companies want to hire experienced people :( 1. What's your career advice? 2. What would you do if you were in my shoes? 3. If you are a Hiring Manager / Engineering Team Lead, how much weight would you put on a candidates' soft skills during the interview? Would soft skills trump the technical skills in your hiring decisions? Candidate A: Technical skills(85%) + soft skills (60%) Candidate B: Technical skills (70%) + soft skills (75%) Thank you for your time to read my post & your willingness to help out a Web Dev Ninja -to-be All the best & Take Care! :)) #JULY20 #career #careerAdvice #technology #coding #interview-prep #impostersyndrome #WebDevelopment #technicalSkills #softSkills #HR #humanresource #jobpost

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What personalities are the finance field looking for?

I have sent some applications to different companies and banks but only a little of them offered me an opportunity of aptitude test. #finance #internship #business #HR

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Rachel1192 views

Career advice for directionless psychology graduate

I recently graduated with a bachelor's degree in #psychology and I am looking for a #career-path that will be fulfilling, suit my interests, and not require more than a #master's degree. I'm an introvert, but I am interested in helping/understanding others. I enjoy puzzles, learning, appreciating art, and solving other people's problems. I do not want to be a therapist, though. I've been looking into #healthcare fields such as #nursing and #genetic-counseling, #marketing and #HR, and #school-counseling. I am hesitant about marketing/HR since I do not see myself in a corporate setting, but that will satisfy more of my creative side and I would get to work in a nice office. On the other hand, I could satisfy my curiosity and need to help others in healthcare...without the cushy office and more limited creativity. School counseling would satisfy my need to help others, but not my curiosity. I would love to try these all out, but most require further education. I need to decide what to go back to school for!

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Alexandra1398 views

Is human resources a good major?

I'm a CareerVillage staff member and I'm posting this because we know that many young people are looking for the answer to this question. This is among the most popular questions searched by youth, and we're hoping you will take a moment to share your response to it. Thank you! #college #college-major #human-resources #hr Things you can consider for this specific question... What is human resources? What can you do with a degree in human resources? Are there a lot of opportunities for employment in the field of human resources? If you majored in human resources, what did you do with your degree?

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What is organizational psychology all about?

Psychology major undergrad. Thinking about future. Which school offer organisational psychology program? (grad studies) What is it like? What can you do with it? Any personal experience you can share with me if you are in the program? Thank you! #psychology #HR #organization #organizational-psychology #industrial-organizational-psychology #career-counseling #career-choice

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What's your weakness?

College student seeking internship position. Well, no one is perfect, we all have weakness. During the interview, I found this question a bit tricky. I would like to know how you approach this kind of question. What does HR really want to know from this question? #interview #HR #interview-preparation #college #career-counseling #interviewing-skills #job-application

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What does someone who goes into HR do?

If I decided to go into HR with my degree, what would I do? What do Human Resource people do? #human-resources #hr

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Nicole2566 views

What skills are most useful or desired for a job in Human Resources?

What skills are most applicable for a job in HR and what skills are employers looking for? #business #human-resources #hr #hr-consulting

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Nicole1583 views

How much knowledge of finance is required to work in Human Resources?

What extent of knowledge of finance is required in order to handle compensation duties in HR? What skills should I look to acquire in finance in order to get a job in HR? #business #human-resources #hr #hr-consulting

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Nicole1783 views

What is the difference between working in Human Resources for a specific company and HR consulting?

What is different about working in house for a company and working for a consulting firm? Has anyone worked in both roles and is able to compare and contrast the two? #business #human-resources #consulting #hr #hr-consulting

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