You can’t actually hire, fire, or pay someone based on how attractive they are right? Wrong.
In 2014, job opportunities are expected to increase 2% across all degree levels although many employers are taking a ‘”wait and see” approach because of federal budgets.
Collecting shopping carts at a large chain store, Andrew Higginbotham says it’s hard to live off his pay $8.65 per hour.
CFS Clinical is a specialty provider focused on the business and financial management activities of clinical trials that offers a unique blend of contract, regulatory and cutting-edge investigator grant payment services. Their team brings an […]
The law on background checks is confusing to many. When can your employer hold your past criminal record against you?
There is no list of questions that are illegal. Instead, you need to know that the law prohibits discrimination.
Even with your mouth closed, your body speaks volumes – so be aware of what it is saying,
Ninety-six percent of employers conduct background checks, according to the Society for Human Resource Management. So if you’re putting a credential on your resume which you know to be false, you will likely be caught.
The Age Discrimination in Employment Act protects employees over the age of 40 from discrimination on the basis of their age. But employers can be found to have discriminated even if they never called someone “too old.”
Given it is part of the public record, does anyone or any website have free reign over the use of your mug shot? An Ohio lawyer is suing to prove otherwise.
How do you know if the guy who’s working for you – your lawn service or the woman cleaning your house is your employee or your independent contractor?
If you left a job but now want back in, or if you were laid off but hear of job openings at your old company, what should and what should you NOT do?
Does a company have a right to fire a probationary employee for any reason in the first three months? Many companies think so.
With hiring on the upswing in 2012, several articles, including those written by CareerBuilder.com, The Business Insider, and Salary.com, discuss things you should never put on your resume.
Business leaders in New Jersey seem upbeat about the state’s economic future, according to a newly released survey.