The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Hiring Our Heroes program is helping some of the estimated 160,000 unemployed military veterans find work. One of the keys is helping veterans translate their skills for the civilian workforce. Such efforts are paying off with more than 20,000 veterans and military spouses finding jobs since 2011.
Marriage made in heaven? Candidate relations can make or break an employer brand.
In honour of champion Andy Murray: career lessons that can be taken from Wimbledon 2013.
Meet Emil. At every software company someone need to keep an eye on the process to ensure you’re heading in the right direction. At Qandidate.com this is Emil. Emil is our Scrum Master and ensures the team ends on time and within the scope and quality we agreed on at the finish line of the […]
There is a ton of information on recruiting diverse candidates. Most articles start the same, mentioning how important it is to have a diverse culture and yadda yadda yadda and then you …
Years later, J.B. Hunt Transport agrees to settle an EEOC race discrimination case related to the company’s use of criminal records.
We’ve noticed a trend as of late that it is taking longer to verify to criminal background checks that contain records and even worse, possible records:
Employee assessments are an effective tool in helping organizations spend time on candidates that are right fit for the job and company.
Ever hear of a reverse job posting? Well Nicollette Weinbaum a freshman at the University of Villanova made one and landed an internship with it. (read more about it) We love creative job hunting…
Changing jobs or careers can be difficult for anyone — those over 50 years of age often face unique challenges. In today’s guest post, career and small business coach Maureen Daniek discusses why …
Why does LinkedIn care if you get your news there or anywhere else? The company knows the more news there is on LinkedIn, the more likely you are to visit, and you’ll keep the business cycle going.
Start-ups and small businesses tend to be more agile and flexible than their larger, corporate siblings. During the nimbler, non-bureaucratic, rat-race of trying to grow or survive, founders, owners, and employees are freer to take risks, be creative, disrupt the old way of doing things, and attempt anything that will help the business be more […]
A list of things you should never do or you’ll find yourself being sued by your employees. Avoiding lawsuits should be a high priority for small companies.
Employers can quickly sort through a pile of resumes by looking for warning signs, Betty Wang writes. Be wary of candidates who make spelling mistakes, don’t follow instructions or fail to project a professional demeanor, she writes.