Articles 101 to 110 of 8323

Job Seeker

Cover Letters (185)
Job Hunting (2520)
Job Interviews (751)
Outplacement (94)
Relocation (84)
Resume Writing (966)
Salary and Compensation (125)


Career Issues (2462)
Insurance (3)
Legal Issues (32)
Networking (769)
Personal Development (2212)
Working Women and Family (71)


Affirmative Action (43)
Human Resources (342)
Legal Issues (68)
Managing (657)
OFCCP (288)
Organization (321)
Recruiting (28)
Training and Testing (133)


African-Americans (5)
Asian-Americans (1)
Gay & Lesbian (2)
General Diversity Issues (73)
Hispanics (7)
Mature Workers (71)
Multicultural Issues (20)
Native Americans (2)
People with Disabilities (8)
Veterans (11)
Women (64)


Accounting/Finance/Banking (7)
Advertising/Marketing (13)
Aerospace/Aviation (3)
Arts/Entertainment (5)
Biotechnology/Scientific (5)
Charities/Social Services (9)
Customer Support (7)
Education (4)
Engineering (3)
Government (3)
Healthcare (14)
Hotels/Restaurant (4)
Human Resources/Recruiting (145)
Information Technology (16)
Legal (8)
Management/Executive (186)
Mining/Gas/Petroleum (2)
Retail (3)
Sales (41)
Transportation (4)


College Students (290)
Disabilities (6)
Self-Employment (62)
Teenage Employment (38)

Resource Request

Let us know

  OFCCP’s Jurisdictional Thresholds
by Bill Osterndorf - Oct, 2015
In the last few years, there have been many changes to the way that the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) implements the federal affirmative action regulations. The agency has issued many new and revised regulations that have affected organizations throughout the United States. OFCCP has taken some particularly aggressive positions in regard to discrimination that it beli...
  Revisiting VEVRAA – What Should Contractors Be Doing?
by Diana Younts - Oct, 2015
Untitled Document History of VEVRAA President Gerald Ford passed Section 4212 of the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974 (VEVRAA) on December 4, 1974, which was originally created for veterans returning home from the Vietnam War. This was necessary because - generally speaking - society was biased against the war and the military men and women who served in Vietnam. As a r...
  The New Pay Transparency Final Rule – A Sea Change for Workplace Culture
by Marilynn L. Schuyler, Esq. - Oct, 2015
The workplace culture of federal contractors is about to change dramatically. It has been taboo in the private sector to discuss one’s personal salary or inquire about the compensation of others, but the recently issued Pay Transparency Final Rule will provide protections to applicants and employees who break tradition. On September 10, 2015, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Prog...
  Compensation Compliance
by Chris Lindholm - Oct, 2015
Looking at the Gap Between Expectations and Reality For many years, compensation compliance has been discussed ad nauseam in Industry Liaison Group (ILG) meetings, webinars, and in articles by the hundreds that included topics on OFCCP expectations/enforcement, data collection and suggested analyses. In related fashion, EEO/AA professionals have attended the National Industry Liaison Group (NILG) conference...
  3 Indisputable Reasons Why Everyone Needs a Coach!
by Marshall Goldsmith - Oct, 2015
Everyone needs a coach. But, not everyone wants a coach or wants others to know that they need a coach. Some areas welcome coaching. Sports for instance. In sports, we welcome coaching because we need an expert eye correcting our technique, exhorting us to try harder, and reminding us to maintain our poise in the game-day environment of competition. It’s the same in corporate life, where the best leaders function like our f...
  Ace the leadership interview with these top interview questions!
by Rosa Elizabeth Vargas - Oct, 2015
Keep your answers concise and relevant to the needs of your employer. Every single question they will ask you will be with the purpose of measuring you against all the other candidates that are vying for this same career opportunity. Good Luck! 1. Why are you interested in this position? (Translation: What do you know about our company?) 2. Walk me through your resume and tell me what in your resume aligns with what we n...
  Career Inspiration for Frequent Job Changers
by Rosa Elizabeth Vargas - Oct, 2015
What if I asked you to step outside of yourself for a moment and imagine coaching YOU! What words of wisdom would you have to impart, if you were interviewing or coaching someone with your career history and qualifications? The answer may surprise you. The following sure surprised and delighted me when I heard it come from the other side of the phone–and, I could ‘feel’ my client’s goosebumps once she realized the power...
  There’s No Shame in Asking for Help!
by Marshall Goldsmith - Oct, 2015
As the author of best-selling “self-help” books, you might be surprised to find that I wholeheartedly believe that if you want to improve your performance at almost anything, your odds of success improve considerably the moment you enlist someone else to help you! Some of us practice this instinctively. We enlist a friend to join us for yoga class or commit to training for a marathon with a group. We enjoy the companionship...
  4 Leadership Principles Every Business Requires
by Alexandra Levit - Oct, 2015
There is a formula for leadership success, and it’s spelled FAST. Too often, policies, procedures, and bureaucracy can slow necessary changes to a crawl, and negatively affect a company’s bottom line. Leadership expert and Fast Track friend Gordon Tredgold has written a new book in which he shares his four essential principals of leadership. Using the acronym of FAST (for Focus, Accountability, Simplicity, and Transparen...
  “Shady” Past Hurting Your Job Search?
by Georgia Adamson - Oct, 2015
Career missteps are nothing new–you might even have made one or two yourself. However, if you made a mistake that involved ending up on the wrong side of the law, you’ve probably discovered that it can have a hugely negative impact on your employability–especially in senior-level positions and/or those involving sensitive areas of a company, such as finance. In too many cases, you never have the opportunity to explain the s...
 If you know of an article that should be listed here, please let us know.
 [<< Prev]   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10 11 12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20   [Next >>]