A premonition? – Inc.com post

By: Cameron Albert-DeitchReporter, Inc. Today's post should be read and understood by both job-seekers and employers alike. Both constituencies can learn and profit from this particular post. It has been said many times that small business is the "engine of the economy." And from an employment perspective, it certainly is. More people work for small … Continue reading A premonition? – Inc.com post

Don’t Make This Common Salary Negotiation Mistake. It Can Easily Backfire – inc.com post

What common negotiation advice tends to ignore. By: Betsy Mikel Many of us view negotiation as a Win/Lose situation. I have to win at your detriment (or vice-versa) or loss. There may be a better way to look at it. There is at least a different way to look at it. GETTY IMAGES The most-touted … Continue reading Don’t Make This Common Salary Negotiation Mistake. It Can Easily Backfire – inc.com post

Navigating a New Job with a Very Different Culture – Harvard Business Review post

By: Dorie Clark A company's culture can make or break it in terms of employees. If you are happy at work, you are more likely to perform better. That just makes common sense. Make sure that when you are changing jobs then, to make sure that the makeup of the place that made you happy … Continue reading Navigating a New Job with a Very Different Culture – Harvard Business Review post

New U.S. jobless claims fall 15,000 to 202,000 and return close to a 50-year low – MarketWatch post

Layoffs show no sign of rising despite slower economy By: Jeffry Bartash The raw numbers of unemployed people is quite low - at or near a 50-year low. There were only a bit over 200,000 new unemployment claims for January 2020. This does not include the number of people that are underemployed, nor does it … Continue reading New U.S. jobless claims fall 15,000 to 202,000 and return close to a 50-year low – MarketWatch post

Meet the Startup Using A.I. to Solve the Complicated Hiring Process – inc.com posting

Pymetrics is a tech startup that uses behavior science and AI to help companies and job seekers find the right fit in the hiring process. CEO and co-founder Frida Polli says the company can solve problems with efficiency, lack of success and unconscious bias in the traditional hiring process. Today's post is actually a video … Continue reading Meet the Startup Using A.I. to Solve the Complicated Hiring Process – inc.com posting

These 5 things indicate someone has strong social skills – Fast Company post

The connection between strong social skills and career success is clear. BY: JUDITH HUMPHREY - 3 MINUTE READ [Photo: Joshua Ness/Unsplash] In our time, while AI and other automation tools are being discussed, implemented and trusted by more and more companies, one thing still overrides as a career success factor: social skills. Whether you’re heading for a … Continue reading These 5 things indicate someone has strong social skills – Fast Company post

3 ways to identify workers that your company should reskill – Fast Company post

Reskilling can be incredibly lucrative for just about any organization—but it isn’t as easy as setting up a pipeline and funneling as many people through as possible.  BY: JEFF MAZUR - 4 MINUTE READ [Photo: Cesar Carlevarino Aragon/Unsplash] Here are 3 "rules of the road" for your organization, when you are deciding on whether reskilling is the … Continue reading 3 ways to identify workers that your company should reskill – Fast Company post

2020’s hottest industries – inc.com post

--By: Cameron Albert-DeitchReporter, Inc. When you are considering a job change, or making a job search, it is best to consider how your talents will apply in the hottest industries. This is a nice, short post on those industries, according to inc.com. Good morning, For a lot of entrepreneurs, making the decision to launch a … Continue reading 2020’s hottest industries – inc.com post

Top 5 Things to Consider When Looking for a New Role in 2020

Posted by: Abbey Kwiat Written by: Justin Stull, Senior Technical Recruiter, CSC Corptax When it comes to job search, there are some very basic rules that apply no matter what your career trajectory has been. When people find out I’m a recruiter, I usually get one of two reactions: “Can you get me a job?” or … Continue reading Top 5 Things to Consider When Looking for a New Role in 2020