Each week Blogging4Jobs brings you the Top Workplace Blogs of the Week. These blogs come from all across the internet and highlight important topics being discussed in the space. We serve as your weekly recap of top blogs that we’ve read throughout the week. If we’ve missed any, let us know.
TOP BLOGS OF THE WEEK
Would You Hire Someone With a Visible Tattoo? [poll results]: Kicking off this week with the controversial topic of tattoos, this article presents us with the poll result of over 560 job holders discussing whether they would hire someone with tattoos. Is your ink limiting your career potential? Read More.
Why Hire Gen Y Talent?: Generation Y workers can be an intimidating population to try and pursue for more classical HR recruiters. While you may be skeptical of what generation Y can do for you, this article argues the case for these innovative budding professionals. Read More.
Are You a Big Deal?: We all remember that scene from Anchorman when Ron Burgandy boasts about how he’s “Kinda a big deal.” Here is a fun piece about staying humble and presenting yourself correctly in life and business. Not letting his success go to his head, Tim Sackett, write about how he manages to keep things in perspective. Read More.
Forget the Low-Hanging Fruit: As the summer heats up we find ourselves trying to balance our desire for summer fun and our obligations at work. Sarah Williams suggests strategies to help us forget some of the low-hanging fruit at work and focus bigger tasks. Read More.
What does the Candidate Experience look like for Mobile?: News just in! The Google search algorithm has change and now non-mobile friendly sites are being ranked much lower on searches. This could mean disaster for your job postings reaching applicants. Read more.
TOP BLOGGING4JOBS BLOG OF THE WEEK
The Truth of Reality: This week on Blogging4jobs we step back and reflect on phrases like “it’s the little things that count” through the engaging pov of Rayanne Thorn. This is a slice of life piece that shouldn’t be passed up. Read More.