As an employee, do you find it important to work for a company that values diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI)? If your answer is "yes," then the good news is that you are not alone. In a recent CNBC/SurveyMonkey survey, nearly 80% of respondents said they wanted to work for a company that values DEI.
For the first time in history, we have five different generations in the workplace. As more people continue to work as they pass the average retirement age of 65, it will become more common to see this age group in the workplace.
Knowing effective interview practices are crucial in securing top talent for your company. With adequate preparation and a strategic approach, hiring managers can select the candidate with the experience and competencies best suited for the position.
A recent U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) report stated that more than 38 million workers quit their jobs in 2021. Before you begin your next job search, here are five tips to assist you in your efforts.
Michelle Riklan is an internationally recognized, award winning resume writer and Certified Employment Interview Consultant (CEIC). She has written hundreds of resumes and coached clients through all phases of the job search.
Marshall Brown is an executive leadership coach. In this 20-minute mini-seminar, he looks at key strategies for developing personal business relationships that help us get things done, make connections and build a strong framework for our personal career success.
Alan De Back is an experienced learning and communications specialist with over 20 years of experience in corporate, academic, and government environments. This presentation is a guide for job seekers with cutting-edge strategies that make you stand out in a behavioral interview.
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