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The percentage of working veterans reporting underemployment or low-paying job increased to 31 percent from 23 percent last year, according to the CareerBuilder Veterans Day Job Forecast.
Provocative clothing, a disheveled appearance, and unprofessional haircut are just a few of the things that cause employers to think twice before promoting employees, according to a national survey by CareerBuilder.
For the 10th year, survey reveals one in three U.S. employers experiencing difficulty filling positions; skilled trades remains the hardest to fill for six consecutive years.
Organizations must break their recessionary mentality in order to drive objectives forward.
With a talent shortage on the horizon, the IFMA Foundation has introduced the Global Workplace Workforce Initiative.
The two biggest challenges identified by these participants are controlling benefit costs while attracting and retaining a competitive workforce.
Your social media presence can help—OR harm—you in the eyes of potential employers.
Employee confidence rose for the second consecutive quarter to 54.0 in the second quarter of 2014, according to the Q2 Randstad Office & Administrative Confidence Index.
Manpower Employment Outlook Survey shows positive trend in U.S. hiring plans for Quarter 3 2014; strongest since 2008. Opportunities for job seekers expected to remain mostly positive worldwide.
Attendance is free for job seekers and is open to both IFMA members and prospective members.
Billings and inquiries for work drop; hiring plans on hold.
This survey was prepared by Harris Interactive© on behalf of CareerBuilder among 2,076 hiring managers and human resource professionals nationwide who were asked to share the most memorable methods candidates have used to stand out from the crowd, and whether their creativity got them hired.
Latest survey shows the highest percentage of U.S. employers reporting their intent to hire since 2009.
Eighty-five percent of employers report difficulty finding qualified new hires according to Fluke Corporation study. While growth in HVAC and electrical jobs increases, a gap persists between job requirements and available skills.
In cities set to disclose building energy use, energy services companies are rapidly hiring new workers; job growth would exceed 59,000 under a national disclosure policy.
The most recent results show a gradual increase from previous surveys in those who anticipate hiring additional FM staff in the next six months, with 24% reporting such plans.
The median USA total compensation for fire protection engineers is now $110,500, a 12.5% increase since the previous survey was conducted in 2007.