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Three companies have recently settled federal charges of "document abuse" in hiring, with penalties totaling more than $270,000. The problem: Employers requested specific documents or asked for documents other than those ...
What to do if your current boss won't exactly cooperate as a reference
You already know that in job interviews you should ask candidates to share how they handled a bad situation. But go further.
It’s normal to be nervous in a big job interview.
With the growing use of temps, part-timers, contractors and on-site consultants, your workplace may start to look like a public library.
With unemployment rates at a 29-year low, you’re not alone in your hunt for qualified candidates.
Unless you're careful, searching the Web for job leads can turn into a mind-numbing time-waster. You can post your résumé in the wrong places or prepare lengthy e-mails that never reach their target. Here are some smarter ways.
If you have doubts about job candidates, say near the end of the interview, “I question whether you’re qualified for this job."
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's Web site now includes a list of 13,000 companies with the highest injury and illness rates. The goal: Shame companies ...
Katherine Thorson was fired for excessive absenteeism after missing four days of work due to stomach cramps and medical tests. All of her tests were normal, but weeks later (after her ...