Trying to find a new job can be challenging for anyone, but it’s even harder if you’re over 50. The unemployment rate for older workers is lower than it is for younger people, but even still – once out of a job, older workers experience greater difficulty finding a new position.
Whether you’ve been fired or laid off, losing your job is never ideal. Whatever the reason you were let go may be, this kind of change in your career can leave you feeling drained, both emotionally and financially. If you plan on trying to find a new job elsewhere, and want to do so in a timely manner, it is important to be strategic about your next steps.
When we can start to change perceptions, we can attract millennials to our factories where they will be greeted by rewarding careers. Practice these tips and you will help to update the flawed perception of manufacturing careers and, in turn, attract and retain millennial employees.
All morning long you felt alert and awake, responding to countless emails, engaging in all your meetings and having laser-focus on the tasks you’re working on. Then 3 o’clock rolls around and a sudden
Our Experts | Anna Hermann Last month I attended the Women’s Leadership Conference of Northeast Ohio (WLCNEO) at the Intercontinental Cleveland. This was the conference’s second year and it did not di
As a company with hiring needs, you might be questioning whether it is really worth your while to hire a third-party recruiter to fill your open positions. You might have your own internal recruiters,
Republican candidate Donald Trump was quoted saying, “You go to New England. You go to Ohio, Pennsylvania […] and you will see devastation where manufacturing is down thirty, forty, sometimes fifty percent.” But did you know that, in reality, manufacturing is thriving in the midwest?
Regardless of your new hires’ talent and experience, they could potentially fail if the you neglect your onboarding process. To help your new hires succeed, you must effectively incorporate them into