Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 12-31-10

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Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 12-31-10. For the past week retail, manufacturing, healthcare, technology and transportation employers announced the largest layoffs. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment hiring Job job search layoff Planning recession research unemployment who's firing

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 1-7-11

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Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 1-7-11. For the past week technology, manufacturing, retail, telecommunications, hospitality and transportation employers announced the largest. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search layoff recession research unemployment who's firing

Who’s Hiring – Top employers week of 11-1-10

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The business service, hospitality, telecommunications, health care, transportation, banking and retail are the top industries currently. Tags: Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search layoff recruiter who's hiring Who’s Hiring is a weekly survey of companies showing the highest hiring activity for the week of 11/1/10.

Whos Hiring – Top employers week of 11-8-10

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The business service, hospitality, telecommunications, banking, health care, transportation, and retail are the top industries currently. Tags: Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search layoff recruiter who's hiring Who’s Hiring is a weekly survey of companies showing the highest hiring activity for the week of 11/8/10.

Who’s Hiring - Top employers week of 10-25-10

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The business service, telecommunications, health care, retail, transportation, banking and hospitality are the top industries currently. Tags: employment career coach career change layoff job recruiter job search career who's hiring Who's Hiring is a weekly survey of companies showing the highest hiring activity for the week of 10/25/10. Continued at [link].

Who’s Hiring – Top employers week of 11-16-10

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The business service, retail, telecommunications, hospitality, transportation, banking and health care are the top industries currently. Tags: Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search layoff recruiter who’s hiring Who’s Hiring is a weekly survey of companies showing the highest hiring activity for the week of 11/16/10.

Who’s Hiring – Top employers week of 10-25-10

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The business service, telecommunications, health care, retail, transportation, banking and hospitality are the top industries currently. Tags: Employment Economy reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search layoff recruiter who's hiring Who’s Hiring is a weekly survey of companies showing the highest hiring activity for the week of 10/25/10.

Dept. of Labor's 2010-2011 FREE Career Guide to Industries

Executive Career Brand

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2010 145

20 Creative Job Names Explained So You Don’t Miss Out

JobMob

Description: Transportation specialist. As long as wealth distribution officers or thieves as they are so disrespectfully called exist, the good security guard will always remain employed. Lately “change” in business equates to layoffs.

2011 112

Safe Hiring: Why Pre-Screening Is A Must

The Undercover Recruiter

Employees are consistently being asked to do more with less and corporations large and small continue to turn to layoffs as a means to remain viable. Experts recommend using pre-employment screening as a workplace violence preventive measure, but many companies are still not committed.

2011 100

How Owning a Van Can Give You the Career (and Lifestyle) of Your Dreams

Corn on the Job

Workers in 2018 are burdened by stressors such as low pay, high student loan debt, long hours, and frequent layoffs. Here’s how you can leverage your mode of transportation to better your career.

2018 56

Non-Compete or Non-Solicit? Use “C.A.T.C.H.” to Understand It

Sklover Working Wisdom

After leaving his prior employer, he took a new job, and was doing quite well – until he was sued, and his new employer placed him on “Suspension – Leave of Absence” until the case was over. In fact, the new employer did not sell manufactured, artificial heart valves, but instead heart valves derived from the hearts of pigs. After conferring with their client, the former employer’s attorneys withdrew the case. An Effective Way to Analyze Your Restrictions.

required to read a self-help book, manager calls us “old,” and more

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Is the company obligated to provide that employee with transportation to get back to his home base? Of course you’re obligated to provide transportation back. That just sent an email alerting all employees today that there was a high likeliness we would not have jobs by the end of the year with company layoffs the first two weeks of December. There were some transportation issues, and her child was sick. It’s seven short answers to seven short questions.

coworkers are having an affair and one might get promoted to manage the other, boss wants me to help his friends, and more

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We’re also a large employer in a small town. My job was eliminated, but I’m being told it wasn’t a layoff. Yesterday my coworkers and I were pulled into a meeting with HR and informed that the part-time position was being eliminated, but it was definitely not a layoff because they’re offering us inventory running or retail positions. Is it okay to say I left because my position was eliminated even if it was “definitely not a layoff”?

2016 63

tickling as team-building, awkwardness about my vacation plans, and more

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Obviously I could lie, but that doesn’t feel like a great way to live one’s life… and it also means I cannot call upon a flight/transport delay if genuinely prevented from returning to work on time. Employer is shutting down with no notice to employees. The federal WARN Act does require most employers with 100 or more employees to provide 60 days notice before closings or mass layoffs, but there’s no such law for smaller businesses.

2015 74

I’m being evaluated by a manager who just started last week, my interviewers ignored me, and more

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That doesn’t excuse your coworkers’ absenteeism, which sounds excessive, but it’s another reason to be annoyed with your employer.). Can my employer require me to attend a political rally? While I work on an Indian reservation, the rally will be at the state capitol, maybe 30 minutes away which bus transportation will be provided. ” Can an employer require an employee to attend a political rally regardless of their stance on the actual issue?

2014 60

recruiter says: half my candidates are no-shows for interviews.

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I’m used to hiring techie developer types for swanky tech companies, not sales folk for transportation sales companies… Regardless, when you have an engaging phone screen with a candidate that pushes for the close asking, “What the next steps are?&#

2011 70

at an interview in a coffee shop, who pays for the coffee?

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The potential employer should have picked up the bill – they “invited&# you so they should pay. At least for employers who don’t spend a lot of time before the labor board :). My employer would be mortified if anyone here did that, because of the impression it gives.

2011 93

short answer Sunday: seven short answers to seven short questions

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Do employers delete emails with attachments? What does this email from an employer mean? Am I just “too old&# to see that it’s alright to come and go as you please instead of following the hours set by the employer and followed by the rest of the employees?

2011 74