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evil hr lady home surprise me swiss saturday: subtle educational differences by evil hr lady on december 10, 2016 for the past year, i’ve taken part in a survey from the swiss government on employment. every three months they call me and ask me questions about my job–how many hours i work, how much money i’ve earned, if i’ve applied for any new jobs, etc. i love data so i’m always happy to help out with such things. yesterday was another one of these phone calls. they are testing a new survey instrument, and so they had a new panel of questions and this one included educational questions. while the survey taker was speaking english and i was answering in english, it was like we were speaking past each other: survey: did you complete any schooling past the compulsory schooling? me: yes. survey: what did you do? me: i went to the university. survey: you didn’t get a matura first? me: in america, everyone goes to the same compulsory schooling. we call it high school and there’s no differentiation in the diplomas. survey: and you can go straight to the university after this? me: yes. survey: i’ll write down high school diploma. me: okay. survey: and then university? me: yes. i got a bachelor’s degree in political science. later i explained that i attended another university for a master’s degree. she then wanted to know my husband’s education (bachelor’s and master’s also in political science), and my parents’ education (dad has a phd  in political science and my mother has a bachelor’s degree in nursing). now, for me, this was kind of interesting because the swiss gymnasium program, which leads you to the university, always seemed like the swiss equivalent of high school to me. but to her, they were not the same. which makes sense, because only 20 percent of kids get accepted into a gymnasium program. the remaining 80 percent go to either a blue-collar vocational training, or a combined apprenticeship-academic program, where you can go to a college after graduating, but not a university. now, i hope my answers made enough sense that their survey makes sense, but things don’t always translate straight across. even when speaking the same language. in the us there are differences between colleges and universities, but the difference is in the degres they grant, not in who can get in. you can go to a great college or a lousy university, or vice versa. here it’s different, and, i admit, i still don’t understand all of it. when us politicians say they want to be more “like europe” with their “free college” i just laugh and laugh because a. there is no way to be “like europe” because each european country is different and while the university is free here, unless your kid is in the top 20 percent, he’s not getting in. pretty sure us parents wouldn’t go for that. { 4 comments } how to hire the best of the long term unemployed candidates by evil hr lady on december 9, 2016 last week i wrote 5 things the long-term unemployed need to do to find a job and it ruffled a few feathers of the long-term unemployed. here’s some of the feedback i received: if you’ve never sent out over 200+resumes/applications and received only one phone call from a headhunter who asked me to take less than the stated hourly rate, gotten a few cursory acknowledgment emails, and no other real-life contact, then you don’t know what it is to be job-hunting these days. the automated application systems, the keyword searches that screen you out right away, the knowledge that not a single human being is even reviewing your app or resume, can’t help but make you feel it’s a waste of time. it’s enormously discouraging to not even be able to get a foot in the door, to even be given the chance to prove yourself. to read more, click here: how to hire the best of the long term unemployed candidates { 2 comments } want your employees to love you? develop this characteristic by evil hr lady on december 8, 2016 maybe you have the fantasy of being like mr. scrooge before the ghosts visited, but if you’re like most people, you’d actually like to have your employees like you. not in terms of being your best friend, but think  highly of you. do you really want to be the cause of people developing an inappropriate swearing habit around their children? no, no you don’t so, if you’re the boss, and you want to be a good one, you’ll need to develop honesty as a characteristic. honesty? you mean like paying your taxes correctly? yes, but there’s so much  more. to read all about it, click here: what do employees want most from their bosses? { 1 comment } glassdoor’s top 50 places to work 2017 by evil hr lady on december 8, 2016 not all companies are created or managed equally. some are just better places to work, but how can you figure out which ones are where you’d like to build your career? well, the folks at glassdoor figure the best way to know if a company is a great place to work is to ask the people who work there. glassdoor looked at more than 2.1 million reviews, which asked employees to rate numerous things including work-life balance, senior management, and compensation. the scale is from 1 to 5, so you can see that these companies rated very high. the locations listed are where the quoted employee works, not necessarily where the headquarters are. when all the numbers are sorted out, here are the best of the best. to keep reading, click here: glassdoor’s top 50 places to work 2017 { 2 comments } survey: online harassment happens to men and women equally by evil hr lady on december 6, 2016 the center for innovative public health research just came out with a new report: online harassment, digital abuse and cyberstalking in america . here are some of their findings: 47 percent of internet users have experienced online harassment or abuse. 36 percent have experienced direct harassment, which includes being threatened. 30 percent have experienced an invasion of privacy, which includes being hacked, impersonated, or exposed online. 17 percent have experienced a denial of access attack, through things such as “sending a very large number of unwanted messages, rendering the account unusable; misuse of reporting tools, sot hat the person is blocked from using a platform; and technical attacks.” overall, 72 percent of people have witnessed online harassment, which means there’s a good sized group of people who see this happening to others, but not to themselves. to keep reading, click here: survey: online harassment happens to men and women equally { 1 comment } five things the long-term unemployed need to do to find a job by evil hr lady on december 5, 2016 i got this email from a reader: you are lying to us. no one can get hired. if there are people working they don’t live in the world of most people. hope you can learn to understand. i’m a huge fan of honesty, actually. i’ll say it how it is–job hunting is a horrible, terrible thing, that is more stressful than getting divorced. so, you’ll never hear me say “i’m so happy i get to look for a new job today!” to keep reading, click here: five things the long-term unemployed need to do to find a job { 2 comments } possible gender discrimination by evil hr lady on december 2, 2016 i have been in my current job for about one year. i have been working in my industry for eight years and have an mba. when i applied, the minimum experience was two years. a new man has started in the development program, which is a higher level. i do more work and train him, yet he makes more money and has a higher title. another male coworker (with less industry experience but who has been in the department longer than me) recently got a promotion. management has spoken with him multiple times for trash-talking his manager and failing on deliverables. i have more industry experience and more education than both men. how am i not supposed to see this as gender discrimination? to read the answer, click here: possible gender discrimination { 1 comment } dear reworker: what should i do about a lack of learning opportunities? by evil hr lady on december 1, 2016 during the interview for my current job, i emphasized that i wanted a job with professional development opportunities. the hiring manager said that professional development was important and definitely a priority. after six months, i approached my supervisor about a recognized professional certification that i wanted. it was an 18 month online course, so i wouldn’t miss work, but it was expensive. he said no. the company announced this week that the same training program would be available at no cost to the department, but i’d have to be out of the office for 20 days. my boss said 20 days away was a no-go. i told this to a co-worker, and she said the management team said i’d be perfect for this. however, my boss said, “she’s so good, they’d probably try to steal her way from us.” i want to go back to my boss and ask her to reconsider my application. but, i can’t bring up anything i know about what my coworker said, for fear of getting her in trouble. how can i do this? to read the answer click here: dear reworker: what should i do about a lack of learning opportunities? { 3 comments } the quickest way to ensure you hire the best people by evil hr lady on november 30, 2016 like it or not, our names tell an awful lot about us. for instance, can you guess my approximate age by knowing my name? while i was born during the tail end of suzanne’s popularity (1973), you can pretty well guess that a candidate named emma will be younger than i, and a candidate named carol is older. what else can you guess with a high degree of accuracy? well, gender, of course. gender neutral names do exist, but for the most part, a jane will be female and a john will be male. what about race? can you tell race by someone’s name? vihaan is probably indian, deshawn is probably african american, and zhang wei is probably chinese. names aren’t spread out equally, and different regions, different economic statuses, and different religions all have different naming trends. to keep reading, click here: the quickest way to ensure you hire the best people { 1 comment } webinar: how can learning and development unlock the business potential of executive education? 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