Management thinks everyone has work-life balance, but employees want more flexibility. What’s behind the disparity and how can we fix it?
From free flights to employer-subsidized egg freezing, a roundup of some of the most valuable — and unusual — employee benefits.
Employees see management as a credible source of guidance on policy and politics.
As if having a baby wasn’t stressful enough, coming back to a hostile work environment makes things seem impossible.
Kmart has agreed to pay $102,048 to settle an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission claim that its treatment of an employee with kidney disease violated the Americans with Disabilities Act. The EEOC said Kmart had refused to hire a man at a Maryland store because he said he could not provide a urine sample for drug […]
Job fairs should be fun, shouldn’t they? Perhaps thats what the recruiting team at this startup in New York City thought when they had their job fair at the local pub. We think its a refreshing way to recruit new candidates. Check out this quick post.
Is your annual performance review coming up? Well here’s some guidelines for going into that meeting with your boss. Learn the do’s and dont’s for acing your review.
Is it okay for your boss to step into your personal life and suggest you get back to work after tragedy?
Desperate job hunters will accept any job under any terms and at any pay. Here’s an employer who counts on that. It’s what’s wrong with our economy today: Crooks and suckers. They create an employment market that can’t last. It can only go south. http://corcodilos.
Forget the idea of one person to guide your career, here’s how the next generation will learn on the job.
On Friday, I posted this chart, showing that nearly all the job growth since the recession ended has been in full-time jobs. Part-time employment is pretty much flat.
Instead of asking job candidates where they see themselves in five years, ask what they think their most important contribution to the company could be if they stayed for three years, writes Andy LaCivita, CEO of a consulting firm for executive recruiting. “[M]ost people can’t see past tomorrow, let alone five years from now,” he […]
In an effort to hit the ground running in the new year, employers should create benchmarks that align with the company vision.