One of the first things you should do when you accept a new job offer is negotiate the benefits that come along with your salary. Even if your salary is substantial, poor benefits can have a big impac
Job satisfaction in America isn’t an impressive number: merely 50 percent of employees are satisfied at work, which, alarmingly, is the highest satisfaction rate in 11 years. On one hand, this means y
High turnover and short tenures are plaguing companies all over the world. While members of the Boomer generation averaged a tenure of 10.3 years, today’s incoming workforce stays at a job for just ov
We’ve all been there; hour 13 of what seems to be the longest work day of your career. You’re feeling tired and run down, ready to get some rest. For some occupations, these long shifts are undesirabl
Our Experts | Courtney Reynolds In the recruiting world, a purple squirrel is a term used for a perfect employee: one that fits every education, experience level, skillset and personality requirement.
In the healthcare field, hours are long – ranging from 12-16 hour shifts, sometimes with overtime or very little time in between shifts. This creates a work environment conducive to sleep-deprivation,
In the manufacturing industry, it’s no secret that you need proper training, certification and education for certain skilled manufacturing positions. In addition to these necessary manufacturing skills, what other qualities are hiring managers looking for in an employee when it comes to building their manufacturing team?