Every day, employees make decisions about whether they are willing to go the extra mile in ways that contribute to their organization’s success.
Any job is better than no job. Or at least that’s the thinking when it comes to preserving physical and mental health after unemployment.
As CEOs, we have a job to direct and grow the organization. And, when you look at your schedule, you probably have a lot of those activities in your business: from vision-casting to strategic meetings to special projects that you hope will result in new opportunities.
An Ohio factory owner said Saturday that though she has blue-collar jobs available at her company, she struggles to fill positions because so many candidates fail drug tests.
President Donald Trump boasted Monday that the nation added 45,000 mining jobs recently, but there’s scant data to back that up.
If so, you’re actually in the minority of employees, according to a survey conducted by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
Ohio has rolled out an online registry letting military veterans know which employers are looking to hire veterans.
The Uniformed Services Employ-ment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) states that the returning service members shall be re-employed “in the position of employment in which the person would have been employed if the continuous employment of such person with the employer had not been interrupted by such service.”
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By Vicki Needham The White House is turbo-charging programs to help veterans find work while leaning on the Senate to this week pass a package of tax incentives for businesses that hire unemployed veterans. The Senate is expected to consider a measure this week that would provide tax breaks President Obama will announce at noon […]