Weekly jobless claims rose more than expected last week, but economists said the increase was likely due to issues with seasonal adjustments.
Amazon bought Zappos in 2009, and four years after the acquisition the company has adopted one of its unconventional human resource strategies.
Companies pursuing flat management structures and more accountability for employees are deciding to do without a traditional human-resources department, finding other ways to manage hiring, firing and benefits.
There’s a reason that early 21st Century companies of any size end up having – a human resource department.
These blogging fingers have had much to say about telecommuting as a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Now, if you’ll excuse me, these blogging fingers are going to dunk broccoli into spinach dip.
Starting salaries staying about the same as last year for recent graduates.
One of the best things about being an entrepreneur is the opportunity to craft your company culture. It’s also one of the hardest, because – let’s face it – you cannot dictate a culture. Ultimately, your company culture is going to be what people make it. But, as a leader, you ought to steer in […]
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Don’t expect a recruiter to look at your resume and immediately understand where you would fit into their organization or to suggest which career path you should choose. They don’t know you well enough, and they aren’t mind readers (fortunately!)
The JOBS Act would free up the labor market, reduce harmful regulations, and unleash federal lands for productive use.
Job prospects for this year’s college graduates have changed a lot from last year, according to a new survey.
The Federal Reserve thinks high employment can coexist with low inflation, but ultimately it will have to choose either jobs or price stability, writes Irwin Kellner.
It’s not exactly E=mc². But for would-be job hunters, it’s probably a lot more useful. In a Q&A-style interview with Google’s senior vice president of people operations Laszlo Bock, The New York Times’s Tom Friedman fished a few seriously helpful words of wisdom out of the search giant’s human resources chief.