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Global research firm Great Place to Work has released its annual list of Best Workplaces for Parents. The award has advantages for companies on the list, as well as for those that didn’t receive recognition.
If you’ve been interviewing job candidates for a while, you’ve probably come across a nervous candidate. A case of the interview jitters runs the gamut, from the person who can barely speak to the person who can’t stop talking. Other signs of nervousness include fidgeting, sweating, the shakes, and clumsy behavior.
Gender discrimination in the workplace has been a topic of discussion for decades. The Equal Pay Act of 1963 theoretically means that men and women must be paid equal amounts (a primary concern when it comes to gender-based discrimination), yet hiring discrepancies and pay discrepancies remain—so this topic continues to be in discussion at the […]
Shortly after a military reservist informed his supervisor about a possible and impending deployment, he was punished and fired. He claims it was discrimination.
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has reached an agreement with the owner of a Manhattan laser surgery center to pay $5 million to its Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) to resolve violations of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA).
Newly minted MBAs are increasingly looking beyond Wall Street for career opportunities.
Everyone’s looking for quality talent these days, but there might be one you’ve already considered in the past. It’s time to look into your talent pool.
Although the decline in the manufacturing sector eliminated many good jobs for high school graduates, new research from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce (Georgetown Center) in collaboration with global financial services firm JPMorgan Chase & Co. finds there are currently 30 million good jobs in the U.S. that pay well without […]
The traditional 8-hour workday may soon be the exception rather than the rule, and Washington, D.C. is paving the way for change. According to new CareerBuilder research, 73% of workers in the nation’s capital think the traditional 9-to-5 workday is a thing of the past.