When submitting references to a prospective employer, don’t just list your old bosses. Provide a range of contacts outside of work, such as former teachers and fellow volunteers in a nonprofit group. This has two advantages: You subtly highlight your community involvement or educational credentials, while also giving the hiring manager a chance to gather more well-rounded information about you.
Even one payroll mistake can damage your standing in the office — and possibly your career. It’s important to spot the holes in your employee pay compliance before the feds or state agencies do....Click here to find out more.