HEY HR FOODIES: Stop Dreaming About Opening a Restaurant - Here's Why.

The HR Capitalist

Rents are astronomical, the complaint goes; wages are rising, regulations are byzantine, and don’t even talk about the price of fresh produce. To further break down the formula, a healthy restaurant aims to spend about 10 percent of its sales revenue on rent, utilities and other occupancy costs; 30 to 40 percent on labor (your specialty if you're readying this blog) including payroll taxes and benefits; and 30 percent on food and beverages.

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Amazon Employees (BHM1) Crush Union - 10 Things You Need to Know.

The HR Capitalist

Bernie Sanders came to Birmingham (Bessemer is in the Birmingham, AL metro) to show solidarity with the workers and apply pressure. Add base wages, OT, benefits and more, and you’re suddenly looking at a job worth 45-50K+ that grows over time.

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What Industry and Where You Live Helps in Finding a Job!

Resume Bear

The state is also benefiting from a pickup in tourist and industries unrelated to housing. Other metro areas showing strong job demand include Dallas and Houston, thanks in large part to the strong growth in U.S. The expansion is benefiting industries that are heavy consumers of natural gas – like fertilizers, chemicals plastics, steel and glass. Much like the uneven recovery that is slowly pulling the U.S.

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my employer revoked everyone’s telecommuting status, my coworker copied my LinkedIn profile, and more

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I just dont believe them that I need to explain every expense – a $2 metro card? But you might look for ways to streamline expenses — for instance, rather than having to record a $2 metro card every time you go to a meeting, see if you can buy a $50 metro card for the month and categorize it as “traveling to meetings.” My temp-to-hire job hasn’t given me any details about salary or benefits. It’s five answers to five questions.

“Becoming a Consultant? – Here are 21 Smart Points to Raise”

Sklover Working Wisdom

The reduction in employee headcount provides employers with lower overall expense, especially as to benefits and legally-required payments, such as mandated contributions to healthcare under the Affordable Care Act, Social Security, unemployment benefits, and workers’ compensation plans. In addition, most of the many other laws that protect employees from discrimination, retaliation, harassment and non-payment of wages, are not applicable to independent consultants.

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in a long interview process, can I ask about salary? — Ask a Manager

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I went on an interview in which the first 10 minutes or so the employer spent telling me all about the salary and benefits (including which health insurance company the place uses). The employer mentioned salary and benefits first (literally first) and I still lost. Reply Mike January 6, 2011 at 10:59 am “My expectations are that you pay a fair salary given my experience, the market and other benefits that your company offers&#.

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Have you ever gotten a job from a job fair?

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But anything sponsored by a large metro area’s newspaper and/or hosted at a hotel is basically a cattle call. About Me Contact Books Reviews Ask a Manager Have you ever gotten a job from a job fair? March 14, 2011 In response to the previous post on job fairs , a commenter asked: I have attended my alma mater’s industry-specific career fair the past few years. I’ve done most of the things you list in your article and gotten feedback that my resume is great.