Deepa Iyer If you have been noticing more events this month at Sodexo or around your community that celebrate the heritage and contributions of Asian Pacific Americans, it’s because May is Asian Pacific American Heritage month! In 1992, Congress passed a resolution marking May as a month to remember and honor the contributions and presence of Asian Pacific Americans in
Following Google’s I/O conference and its share price breakthrough this week, it looks like techies and shareholders may not be the only ones feeling the energy around the company’s business. In a new report out from Glassdoor, we look at the Top 10 Companies with the Best Business Outlook, according to employees, and Google stands out at number
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Some people meticulously write their resume but then treat their cover letter as an afterthought, resulting in a mistake-riddled, dull and underperforming document. It is important to ensure your job search tool kit is fully equipped with high-quality, well-honed marketing messages that are blunder-free. The following four
Your Human Resources department is in a tough spot, no really, you may not think so, but they are. In addition to managing salary and benefits, doing all the hiring (and the occasional unfortunate termination), and administering performance reviews, they also have to play mediator. The HR department can be the mediator between employees, between a supervisor and a direct
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We all know it’s important to maintain a positive attitude when looking for a job. It can be tough sometimes, but no one wants to hear someone complain. Even when you think you are being upbeat in person, you may find negativity sneaking out when you are behind the scenes – on
When it comes to interviewing, it’s easy for job candidates to fake their way through certain questions, unless the company is throwing some behavioral inquiries their way.Often used to see if a person is a right fit from a cultural perspective, behavioral questions are designed to see if a job candidate’s past behavior will predict the future.
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Stepping Stone These days internships might be an essential stepping stone to your first job offer, but a stint (or several) as an intern is no guarantee of a paid job after graduation. In fact, new research from consultancy Millennial Branding and online career network AfterCollege found that while 79% of students have
You are a seasoned professional with 10 or more years of experience. You are looking for a job. You’ve got the skills, the proven experience, a decent resume and more. Guess what? You are up against a new crop of recruits that are tech-savvy, competitive and innovative. What can you do to compete?
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So, it has been a while since you landed that entry level job, and now you want more opportunities. If you feel like it is time to advance your career, the following post offers some advice.
Sometimes our careers just get stuck. When things get stuck, there is no movement, nothing happening. Could your career be stuck and you don’t even know it? Glance through this checklist to see if your career may be stuck: You have been doing the exact same thing for a few
To attract Millennials to entry level jobs at your company, understanding what they want out of the workforce is a necessity. The following post has more information.
By Scott Westcott The new generation of workers and college grads entering the workforce today are in the group called Millennials. This new workforce was predominately born after 1982 and before 2002. This group is also known as Gen Y, Gen X and is sometimes referred to as Gen Z will be taking over many positions