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employee clique is causing problems, employer will pay me more if I work as a contractor, and more

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Employer will pay me more if I work as a contractor. I was recently extended a job offer at $58k. I replied that I was hoping the salary would be more in line with something in the $62-$65k range. The employer responded that the salaries were not negotiable but that if I was willing to waive my benefits, they would have some wiggle room. He said if I only waived health insurance could he offer $60k. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go….

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Protect Yourself: Laws Every Employee Should Know

Career Alley

Some of us enjoy our jobs and like our employers, some of us really do not care for our jobs or our employers, and some of us fall somewhere in between depending on the day. Whether you like your job or not, there are several employment laws you should be aware of in order to protect yourself. The law states that your employer cannot withhold money from your paycheck for performing poorly on the job. Contractor Law. Good luck in your search.

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The Frightening Fact New Grads Should Know Before Entering The Workforce

Career Realism

If you’re not familiar with what a contract job is, it’s a job that typically has a defined start and end date, and by ‘end date,’ I mean the date you will be laid off and lose your job. Contract jobs are detrimental because they typically have no benefits whatsoever.

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What HR Needs to Know When Hiring a Contract Recruiter

Workology

Aside from having a problem most companies would kill for in the current economy, you now realize that handling this assignment could be a full time job. When the jobs have been filled, the contract is over and the recruiter can move on to the next job. Where the job is located.

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my coworker closed her trunk on my arm and didn’t apologize, hiring family, and more

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I work as a runner for a law firm, so a good portion of my job involves making deliveries and such. It did hurt a lot, and while I’m not the kind of person to whine over every little scratch (hence why I just ignored it until our job was complete) an apology would have been nice. I am job searching. Many jobs ask me to apply with my “desired salary” (which at least is better than salary history).

Prove Your Performance in 2010 | ResumeToReferral.com

Resume to Referral

Home About Free Mags Jobs Resume Services Advertise « How to Write a Unique Cover Letter Secret Networking Tool » Prove Your Performance in 2010 Guest article by Eric Shannon As devastating as this recession has been for the laid-off and unemployed, it has also been a gut wrenching experience for many small business owners (recruiters) including the author. Have generated 64 percent of net new jobs over the past 15 years. Give us contractors!

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listing a medical marijuana clinic as an employer, excluded from a team lunch, and more

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However, my partner has just accepted a great position in Oklahoma City and I am preparing to move out there and begin a job search. Do I include this job on my resume; or will I be better off with a 5-year employment gap? This program was explained to me as a benefit of the job, and was one of the main reasons I decided to accept the position. There are 10 people in my team with 4 contractors, including me. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go….

tiny answer Tuesday — 7 short answers to 7 short questions

Ask A Manager

I want to be an employee, not a contractor. I’ve been offered a contracting job with a fantastic company, but I want to be a full employee. For instance, New York requires employers who have any employees based there to establish a workers compensation insurance account and a disability insurance account with the state and to make ongoing payments into them, among other statutory requirements. Where is my job offer?

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Announcing: Brazen Careerist Top 50 Places to Work | Penelope.

Penelope Trunk

About this blog | About my company, Brazen Careerist | Penelopes guide to starting a blog Announcing: Brazen Careerist Top 50 Places to Work Posted to: Job Hunt December 16th, 2009 Del.icio.us Salary negotiations are over. You will notice that salary is missing from the list. Many people assume this is because Gen Y doesn’t care about salary. Gen Y doesn’t consider salary to be a huge factor in choosing a place to work because Gen Y knows that salary data is public.

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