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The Obama administration has released a new guide for employers that compiles key federal resources related to the employment of people with disabilities.
More than one-third of employers expect to add full-time, permanent employees in 2015, the best outlook CareerBuilder’s annual job forecast has predicted since 2006.
Gen Y is a notoriously mobile cohort that relocates a lot, and many won’t settle down to stay until their 30s. Nonetheless, these cities’ ability to attract millennials now leaves them poised for economic vitality for years to come.
Before calling references, ask the applicant, “What am I likely to hear when I contact these people?” The answers may surprise you.
Following years of high unemployment, the hiring outlook for recent U.S. veterans may have finally turned the corner. Employers are confident they gain important skills when they hire former members of the military.
The hiring stakes are particularly high for small businesses. That’s why about two-thirds of small business owners reported in a recent survey that they ask job candidates to undergo drug tests before being hired.
Aside from technical skills acquired through education and training, employers seek applicants with “soft skills” above all else.