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How can it be possible that another generation is emerging into the workforce? Wasn’t it only yesterday when we were reading about the Generation X invasion into our career centers and corporate campuses? Here’s what you need to understand about the new Generation Y in order to fully maximize their performance in your workplace.
What is it that all successful companies have mastered—and what job-seekers looking to advance in their careers need to master? What is it about Coca-Cola, Microsoft, Starbucks, Disney, and McDonald’s? What makes a consumer buy one product over another—and makes one job-seeker much more sought after than others? The answer is marketing, but more specifically it is the power of branding.
As you look ahead, think of the rest of your career as a journey. That journey has the potential to be an incredible adventure, or the roadtrip from hell. Here are four steps to make sure you enjoy the ride!
Discovering what you want to be when you grow up is a journey, not the destination. The quest is different for each of us but has some signposts in common. Once you have determined what these signs mean to you, your path will be clear.
Follow these career-change rules and you should achieve success in contemplating changing careers — and in your career change.
The next time you find yourself grousing about not being able to find and keep enough qualified employees, start compiling a list of your company’s “good stuff”—reasons why people would want to work for you, or why your employees stay.
Turnover is costly for all businesses, large or small. However, the small business owner may feel the impact more immediately and to a higher degree. While there may not be a magic formula for attracting and keeping entry-level workers, here are some tips to conside.
In an effort to trim labor expenses, many businesses have cut costs by replacing employees with independent contractors. Some savings are certain-employers don’t pay employment taxes to the IRS or benefits to these workers. But with independent contractors, the risks-and the hidden costs-may reduce or even wipe out the savings!
This article focuses on seven legal myths, and what you can do to protect your business.
You’ve found a superstar with the ideal skills, personality, and experience for the position–Congratulations!
But you still have one hurdle to overcome–salary negotiations. Landing the cream of the crop without disrupting established pay scales can be tricky. To help, here is a quick list of strategies for negotiating salary with high performers.
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