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After two months of weather-related volatility, the skies may have finally cleared for the labor market in May. Payroll processor ADP said Wednesday that businesses added 178,000 jobs last month, possibly reflecting at least a modest pickup in hiring in the government’s employment report this week ...
Are your website and online application process accessible to applicants with disabilities? Do they need to be? Part of the answer depends on what type of business you run — and, unfortunately, federal law is somewhat unsettled in this area. There are, however, at least some guidelines and best practices for employers.
With college debts at all-time highs and education loan payments about to start coming due, graduation season can be filled not only with a justifiable sense of accomplishment and high hopes but with a clear angst about how to get your first job and begin a meaningful career.
Workplace experts seem to have differing opinions when it comes to leaving your job early in your tenure. Some say that short stints at a company no longer reflect poorly, while others advise that you hold a job for at least one year to show a sense of commitment.
Before you consider a new benefit or program, think seriously about these three key areas. At a time with exceptionally low unemployment levels, Glassdoor research says that more than one-third of employers expect more employees to quit this year. How can you retain them?
Miranda March, Digital Communications Specialist
Miranda has a real knack for connecting the dots between employers and job seekers. She prides herself on keeping a pulse on the national and local hiring markets. In her downtime, she enjoys cooking new foods and spending time with her family. A little-known fact about Miranda is her love of video games, new and old.