5 Step Roadmap To A Career In Transportation Management

Career Realism

Some of the best career opportunities in transportation management are with government agencies, including the U.S. Department of Transportation. Transportation managers who work in the public sector are also involved in the development of transportation policy.

should I disclose my transportation issues when I’m interviewing?

Ask A Manager

One that you haven’t covered is transportation. He lives on the interstate (meaning public transportation is very limited and I can’t safely go on foot), so I am applying to jobs in the nearest city. Would it be a disingenuous to treat my transportation as none of my employer’s concern, or should I bring it up? Assume that your transportation is strictly your business unless you’re asked about it.

our employee runs an adult website on the side, manager is pushing me to use public transportation, and more

Ask A Manager

My manager is pushing me to use public transportation. Public transport during weekends and early mornings is not an option. When I announced to my employer that I got the transport sorted, he for some reason asked me if I could try to commute anyway?! Regardless, though, you don’t need to loop your manager into your transportation plans at all. Did my employer lie about the reason I was let go? It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go….

How Assistive Technology has Changed Disability Employment

Workology

How has assistive technology changed disability employment? Assistive technology has forever changed the employment possibilities for people with disabilities. Many new gadgets and applications make employment possible for people with disabilities, when it wasn’t conceivable before.

5 Must-Know Tax Deductions if You’re Self-Employed

Ms. Career Girl

The post 5 Must-Know Tax Deductions if You’re Self-Employed appeared first on Ms. The self-employed lifestyle has many benefits. It’s imperative, if you’re self-employed, that you save money to pay taxes immediately. percent for your self- employment tax.

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6 Commuter Crimes We’re ALL Guilty of

The Undercover Recruiter

When it comes to using public transport, it’s every man and woman for themselves. Employer Life Skills Uncategorised behaviour bus Career Commuters commuting Crowds Hypocrite public transport train workBe careful – it’s a jungle out there. Travelling to and from work is a repetitive experience that can really bring out the worst in people. It’s like the gift that keeps on taking. Unless you’re of the rare breed of human that can fall.

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Do You Have the Skills and Qualities Employers Want?

Resume Bear

When it comes to the importance of candidate skills and qualities, employers are looking for team players who can solve problems, organize their work, and communicate effectively, according to results of a new survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).

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Non-Profits Playing An Important Role In Fostering Employment For People With ASD

Jobacle

If you are an adult with autism looking for employment, remember to think beyond the statistics. One non-profit in Charlotte, North Carolina is proving that autism and employment are not mutually exclusive concepts.

2018 130

Employer’s Interview Advice for College Students

Workology

Employers are the best source of credible advice. Not all employers and industries are created equal, so you want to determine how to impress your employer of choice. Consider this advice direct from several top employers: 6 pieces of advice for college students. Some employers will take you out of the running for being late. Every employer agrees on this key success factor for an interview. Are you gearing up for interviews this spring?

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The Data Gap In The Indian Employment Sector

Imarticus Learning

There still seem to be plenty of opportunities in non-traditional areas like aviation, cybersecurity, agriculture and driverless transportation which are to be the next frontier for data science by the turn of the decade in India.

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Employers are filling more entry level Jobs with Educated Labor

Resume Bear

A recent survey of more than 2,600 employers nationwide found that 32 percent of hiring managers and human resource professionals said they are hiring more employees with college degrees for positions that were historically held by high school graduates. Employers are filling more entry level functions with educated labor,” said Brent Rasmussen, president of CareerBuilder North America. Transportation and utilities – 37 percent.

The Oxford Comma Case Proves We Need New Employment Laws, Not Better Grammar

Evil HR Lady

Everyone is focusing on the Oxford comma part of this case, but I’d like to focus on the ridiculousness of an employment law that could result in this confusion and hinge on a grammar question. To keep reading, click here: The Oxford Comma Case Proves We Need New Employment Laws, Not Better Grammar. The post The Oxford Comma Case Proves We Need New Employment Laws, Not Better Grammar appeared first on Evil HR Lady.

Can I ask a potential employer to pay my travel expenses for an out of town interview?

Careers Done Write

Dear Sean, Many times a large employer seeking candidates outside of their geographic area will pay for transportation and hotel expenses, especially for senior management positions.

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Nearly Half of Employers Plan to Offer Grads Signing Bonuses in 2014

Resume Bear

Most likely to offer bonuses are employers in pharmaceutical manufacturing (nearly 86 percent say they expect to offer bonuses) and management consulting (70 percent). Figure 1: Percent of employers offering signing bonuses to 2013-14 graduates, by industry. Transportation.

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“Are employers required to reimburse internet expenses for home-based employees?”

Sklover Working Wisdom

This requires that a great part of my communications with my customers, my coworkers and my employer have to be over the internet. Do I have a right to be reimbursed by my employer for my monthly internet expenses? There is no federal law that requires employers to reimburse their employees for employment-related expenses, and few state laws do so, either. Instead, whether work-related expenses must be reimbursed by employers is a matter of state law.

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Who’s Hiring – Top employers week of 12-6-10

reCareered

The business service, hospitality, retail, transportation, health care, telecommunications and banking are the top industries currently hiring. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach employer Employment hiring Job job search research who's hiringWho's Hiring is a weekly survey of companies showing the highest hiring activity for the week of 12/6/10.

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

reCareered

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 11-1-10

reCareered

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 12-27-10

reCareered

The hospitality, business service, retail, health care, transportation, telecommunications and banking verticals are the top industries. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment hiring Job Job board job search Planning research unemployment who's hiringWho's Hiring is a weekly survey of companies showing the highest hiring activity for the week of 12/27/10.

Who’s Hiring – Top employers week of 12-20-10

reCareered

The hospitality, business service, retail, health care, transportation, telecommunications and banking verticals are the top industries. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment employment economy hiring Job Job board job market job search research unemployment who's hiringWho's Hiring is a weekly survey of companies showing the highest hiring activity for the week of 12/20/10.

Job Hunting After Age 50: Help For A Stalled Job Search! | Boomers.

Boomers Next Step

The roads are different, the transportation and communication system seems to have a language all their own. Add in that many employers who will be playing it safe and hiring the younger less costly job applicant. Sell the prospective employer on how you saved money, made money, improved something, did something faster and less expensive or otherwise created a benefit for your previous employer. Your years of relevant experience could be valuable to any employer.

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

reCareered

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

reCareered

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 12-13-10

reCareered

The hospitality, business service, retail, transportation, health care, telecommunications and banking. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment hiring Job Job board job search Planning who's hiringWho's Hiring is a weekly survey of companies showing the highest hiring activity for the week of 12/13/10. Continued at [link].

my employer moved our office to an inconvenient location

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: My employer moved our office over the summer. The new location, while only a mile and a half away from the old location, is much less convenient because public transportation in the area is very limited. However, now that I’ve begun my winter commute, it takes up to an hour and 15 minutes each way to get to work using public transportation (it used to take 30-40 minutes).

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Who’s Hiring – Top employers week of 11-22-10

reCareered

The business service, retail, transportation, hospitality, banking, telecommunications and health care are the top industries currently. Tags: Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment hiring Job board job search research who's hiring Who’s Hiring is a weekly survey of companies showing the highest hiring activity for the week of 11/22/10.

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

reCareered

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.

I was fired after a stranger sent photos of my private text messages to my employer

Ask A Manager

Most of all, your employer. The woman behind you was out of line in reading over your shoulder, photographing your phone, and sending it to your employer. And even if she hadn’t been able to help it, the polite thing to do in that case is to pretend she didn’t see it — she doesn’t get to comment on, let alone photograph, someone else’s private messages just because she happened to be able to see them on public transportation.). But your employer is worse.

2015 81

should employers pay if employees need an extra airplane seat, I got sent to a conference where I didn’t belong, and more

Ask A Manager

Should employers pay if employees need an extra seat on the plane? But it’s not reasonable to expect people to pay for their own business travel, which is what your director would be doing if she refuses to pay the costs of transporting these employees. If the employer wants additional ones, they’ll let you know. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I manage a few people who have large bodies.

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Building a Company Culture You Can Be Proud of

The Undercover Recruiter

In addition to free, healthy meals; free transportation; colorful bikes. Branding & Identity Employer Company Culture Employee Engagement employee recognition flexible working Google values Vision

2015 113

ask the readers: what to do when your employer wants you to break the law

Ask A Manager

For one thing, my employer defines productivity as billable time (time that you are actually providing services to the patient) versus total time worked. Most facilities that I interned at had aides to do unskilled work like disinfecting equipment after patient use and transporting wheelchair-bound patients to the gym. For example, they may count unskilled tasks like disinfecting equipment or transporting patients as part of the therapy time…which it’s not.

2012 73

With A.I. Now a Reality, Are Human Workers Soon to Become Old Tech?

The Undercover Recruiter

Sectors at particularly high risk are transport, manufacturing, wholesale and retail trade and administrative roles. Employer AI humans Kathryn Dooks robots Technology

2017 74

how do I tell an employer I’d need a stipend to do an internship?

Ask A Manager

As someone on the job hunt, I cannot afford spending nearly $200/month in public transportation without any sort of financial incentive. Also, due to the transportation times, I would not really be able to take a job for the mornings of the internship days, because although it’s 5 hours/day for the internship, it’s 9 hours including transportation. Well, first, are you sure you can do it for a stipend of $300/month after transportation costs?

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

reCareered

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 firingWho’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 12-31-10.

Tips to Make Your Business More Diverse and Inclusive

Ms. Career Girl

Does your shift schedule conflict with public transportation? If not, marginalized jobseekers and customers may not recognize inclusivity efforts, consider you for employment, or buy whatever it is you’re selling. Employ Empathy.

Hiring is on the Rise in Ten Major Industries

Career Solvers

Other sectors trending upward are accounting, education, financial services and banking, information technology, manufacturing, media/newspapers and transportation.

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how early should I tell an employer about my long-distance marriage?

Ask A Manager

How early in the process should I be telling prospective employers about my marriage? Or even if there was no issue with the hours, maybe if I was in HR, I’d also think things like, “Well, if we have an employee that might be regularly taking out-of-state trips, what if she has a transportation issue and can’t make it into the office?” But I was just wondering how this might feel from an employer’s perspective.

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

reCareered

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 firingWho’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 1-7-11.

Is Commuting the Most Stressful Aspect of Your Job?

Jobacle

The modern world of public transport and privately owned vehicles has made it possible to seek employment opportunities located further afield to your home than ever before.

2012 231

does salary reflect the type of candidate an employer is seeking, my former coworkers aren’t allowed to talk to me, and more

Ask A Manager

Does salary reflect the type of candidate an employer is looking for? I was a transportation manager over a team of about 30 individuals. I now work for a large state vendor that continues to do business with my prior employer. When I called my prior employer’s office, I spoke to a very uncomfortable customer service agent who told me she was not allowed to speak to me or to transfer my call to a supervisor or any member of management.

2014 67

I haven’t told my employer I don’t have a car, my mentee is a bad person, and more

Ask A Manager

I haven’t told my employer I don’t have a car. However, my employer has asked me a few times to run errands for him. Is it appropriate for me to mention my transportation situation? my reference is an ex, warning an acquaintance not to take a job at my awful company, and more I haven’t told my employer I don’t have a car, my mentee is a bad person, and more was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go….

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my mom called my employer for my schedule, making people answer calls on their days off, and more

Ask A Manager

My mom called my employer to get my schedule. Ask her to leave your dealings with your employer to you, and to talk with you if she has questions or concerns about your schedule or anything else. Some other background on me: I attend college and transport myself, and I already have a partial waiver from child labor law. It’s seven short answers to seven short questions. Here we go….

2013 66

how to answer “what do you do?” when you’re unemployed, employer restricts how I can spend my salary, and more

Ask A Manager

My employer has restrictions on how I can spend my salary. This part of our pay is not to be used on transportation costs, car payments, car insurance, home internet, cell phone bills, etc. Explaining to employers why I’m leaving grad school after a year. ” when you’re unemployed, employer restricts how I can spend my salary, and more was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go….

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