Millennials with ‘portfolio careers’ – multiple jobs – increasing

Millennials with ‘portfolio careers’ – multiple jobs – increasing

The ever-evolving nature of the workforce is changing the way professionals operate in the business world.

There is a growing trend of individuals choosing to work “gig jobs” over traditional 9-to-5 jobs. Rather than working for one employer, individuals work a series of part-time jobs that combined are equivalent to a full-time job… Click here to read the full article

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Millennials need to be patient to succeed in the work place

Millennials need to be patient to succeed in the work place

Those who desire a high-paying job right out of college and a career with a purpose should know that not everybody wins in business. It is often said that good things come to those who wait and that couldn’t be more true when it comes to the workforce… Click here to read the full article

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Mothers: The smart, capable talent that many employers overlook

Mothers: The smart, capable talent that many employers overlook

Mothers today are often faced with a conundrum: Continue moving forward in their careers and resort to childcare, or follow the path of the estimated one-third of women with children under six years old who opt to become stay-at-home moms, according to recent Pew Research… Click here to read the full article

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Job seekers don’t limit their searches to one hiring source

Job seekers don’t limit their searches to one hiring source

It takes a village to attract great employees along with a multitude of sources to inform, influence and facilitate job applications. The truth is that there is rarely a singular “source” of hire, but rather multiple sources” of hire.

Job ads, career fairs, social media, employee referral programs, recruiting firms, job boards and a company’s own career site are among the many ways employers attract job candidates… Click here to read the full article

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How the $15 per hour minimum wage will impact NY employers

How the $15 per hour minimum wage will impact NY employers

In landmark legislation from lawmakers on opposite sides of the country, New York and California have become the first two states to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.

Some economists suggest it won’t be long before others join the movement. The new employment laws are expected to create a ripple effect across the nation and put pressure on employers’ pay practices for workers who are already making more than minimum wage… Click here to read the full article

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