Salaries and Compensation
Do you have expectations in order to work for a particular employer? Before you decide to accept a job offer, think about the factors mentioned in the following post.
Many times, job seekers will make quick decisions when accepting a new job only to become unhappy shortly after starting with the company. The majority of the time, it is not their fault.For many applicants it can be difficult to differentiate great companies from the subpar ones because they must form
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Job seekers are probably interested in knowing which jobs have the most demand for 2013. The following post has more information.
Whether you are a professional looking to get ahead in your career or a business leader looking for people who can help your company get ahead, it’s important to know what skills and roles are in-demand. Adecco’s recruiting and career experts throughout the country examined national hiring metrics and salary
Giving merit raises can provide an incentive for employees to their very best, but it must be done with a plan. Learn more in the following post.
Rewarding deserving employees with unscheduled pay raises or bonuses can go a long way in building loyalty, retaining top talent, and boosting morale. But, do it without a plan and it can yield the exact opposite results.The whole idea behind merit raises is to reward the most productive and the highest-performing workers, which in
The following post includes 10 high paying jobs that are in demand.
Are you looking to break into a profession that will have a promising return on your time? Career community Glassdoor combed through millions of active job listings to identify 10 of the most sought after professionals who are likely to earn a base salary of $100,000+.10 Jobs In Demand That Pay $
When it comes to salary negotiations, you should be aware of a few numbers and some other information. Find out more in the following post.
A recent post on the “desired salary” interview question by HRNasty got me thinking about this question myself. When it comes to salary, there are three numbers you should be able to share with a recruiter: 1. What you make in your current role. 2. What you would like to make, based on current market rates
Employers who want to hire people for new positions in 2013 should keep certain factors in mind. The following post offers some helpful tips.
Search engine optimization experts, mobile app developers and bloggers are just some of the positions companies are looking to fill. But finding the right candidate can be easier said than done, especially since many of these jobs didn’t exist a few years ago. In this world of social networks, Twitter, iPads and smartphones, companies have to change the way they find this new type of talent. From building a social media presence to tapping professional networks, here’s how to do it.
How can you go about earning more money at your job? The following post has six ways to advance your cause.
If your boss is like a lot of them, she’s too busy managing meetings and deadlines and corporate goals to give much thought to your value to the company.
So, you could make it easy for her to give you a substantial raise by preparing a short memo on your value, and how that could show up in your paycheck next year. Some managers may respond better if you do this in a one-on-one or conversation first, so you get their blessing to make a case for a large bonus or raise.
Do you feel like you have earned the right to make more money on your job? If so, the following post presents five strategies for getting a pay raise.
Picture the payday ahead: A 10 percent pay raise plus three extra vacation days.
If you want this to be more than wishful thinking, pull out your goals and get your game on for the performance review and raise season that’s just ahead. Most companies hand out merit raises after the first of the year. Next year, in U.S. metropolitan areas, raises will average between 2.9 to 3.1 percent, according to WorldatWork, which focuses on compensation research.
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These days, college students studying to become software engineers are likely to find good paying jobs in the future. See which companies are offering high salaries, and learn more in the following post.
It pays to be a software engineer these days, literally.
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