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(PRWEB) April 23, 2013 — The recession that began in 2008 has left lasting repercussions for employment, especially for white-collar workers. This new book, written by an employment specialist with more than 40 years of experience, aims to give job seekers a straightforward tool they can use to find a job. It contains practical advice about tactics and strategy, resumes and interviewing, salary negotiation and finding jobs in unexpected places.
The Ultimate Job-Seekers Guide is designed to help those who are unemployed position themselves to be hired, as well as helping people who are under-employed leverage their experience into a job opportunity. This step-by-step guide offers information on outshining the competition and includes common mistakes job-seekers make that hurt their chances. Chapters cover everything from revving up for a job search while unemployed to specific Internet search techniques, resume writing, moving from government work to the private sector, negotiating salaries and benefits, and how to resign to take a new position.
The authors vast experience gives him an authoritative voice for job seekers to follow. Mulberger even offers strategies on how to be successful the first few months on a new job. Detailed chapter summaries, examples of resumes and cover letters, and tips on effective networking further enhance this indispensable book for new graduates, those seeking a different position or anyone looking for employment.
Author Robb Mulberger has worked as a recruiter, managed several national staffing firms, currently owns and operates NRI Staffing Resources of Washington, D.C., (a regional staffing services firm ), and served as a director and the president of the American Staffing Association.
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Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) May 10, 2013
The food and beverage industry added 38,000 jobs in April, based on recent Bureau of Labor Statistics numbers. The latest job report mirrored employment trends on Hound.com.
April was a strong month for the food industry, according to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics report. Food services and drinking places added 38,000 jobs last month, with average job growth at a steady 25,000 per month for the last year. While the industry has not seen the kind of job growth of some other sectors, like the health industry, demand has remained consistent over the past year.
The implications of a strong food and beverage industry for the overall economy are significant. Because eating out and other kinds of discretionary spending are often the first areas cut when family budgets are stretched, a declining food industry is one of the early signals of a cautious consumer population that is still hesitant to spend outside of the necessities. Conversely, an expanding or robust food and beverage sector is a sign that consumer confidence is strong, that disposable incomes are not as rigid, and that the average American household can afford to be more flexible in their spending.
Demand in the food service sector was strong last month, indicated by hiring trends on Hound.com, a leading job site. As of the time of this release, the job site listed nearly 39,000 food services job openings. While most of the need was concentrated for line cooks, bakers, and chefs, there was sizeable demand for managers and assistant managers as well.
The recent recession has changed employment trends in the food industry. While the sector is known for lower pay and high turnover rates, the recession has kept the supply of available workers relatively high. Even if a food worker leaves, businesses are typically not hard-pressed to find countless other willing replacements, making employment in the food industry unusually competitive right now. Employees looking to break into this industry can expect salaries hovering near minimum wage, at least to start. However, restaurant industry officials argue that the opportunities for advancement are ample and that for those who rise into management, a career in the food sector is extremely viable.
Hound.com is a job search site based in Pasadena, CA. It is a part of the Employment Research Institute and owned by A. Harrison Barnes.
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(PRWEB) May 08, 2013
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(PRWEB) February 16, 2004
Businesses of all sizes have found that outsourcing employment solutions saves considerably, according to recent survey of successful business owners. Large enterprises recognize the value of outsourcing employment solutions such as recruiting, temporary staffing, payroll, and call centers. This has made its way to medium to small business owners that have seen significant costs and time savings. Outsourcing payroll has proven a big winner, revealed some smaller business owners, while temporary staffing saves bottom line dollars.
Firms like HiTech Ventures (http://www.hitechventures.com) have been offering employment solutions nationwide for years, and when businesses call upon them to outsource, they find themselves no longer having to worry about time consuming tasks such as Tax Withholding, Social Security, Workers Compensation, and Unemployment.
Legitimate club owners are also finding outsourcing employment saves incredible money and time. Were able to offer a regular paycheck, and burdens of record keeping no longer exist. Our employees now have health and insurance benefits. – Club owner. With HiTech Ventures managing the entire payroll, benefits, and insurance process, club owners and employees benefit greatly, recent survey revealed.
Call Center Outsourcing has made its way to the small and medium business owner. Some top web hosting companies are also making use of employment outsourcing, like two Atlanta based web hosting giants, who have made use of services from companies like HiTech Ventures to cut the costs of call centers, and Try-Before-You-Hire employees, but Call Center Outsourcing is no longer limited to giant companies. It is now a solution that any business owner can afford. Some recent business owners are using Call Center Outsourcing to simply take orders for their product and service via a nationwide 800 number. The neatest benefit is that the Call Center uses my existing web page, I dont have to change anything, and the service only cost a few dollars a month Flower Shop owner. Small to medium size medical & dental offices are outsourcing call centers to take appointments 24 hours a day, theres even a dispatch option for emergency response.
Theres no longer a need for small to medium size businesses to continue to have the headache and expense of paperwork, recruitment, and having limited to no employee benefit plans. With employment outsourcing, these businesses can attract the talent they need to be successful while saving money at the same time.
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Ex-felon employment bill advances in Minnesota Senate
A bill aimed at preventing ex-felons from having the employment door slammed in their faces was passed Saturday on a bipartisan vote in the Minnesota Senate. On a 44-16 vote, the Senate said private employers should not ask about job applicants …
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City Manager Tim Hults has received a 5-year extension to his San Jacinto employment agreement. Tim joined the … The case of a convicted felon allegedly stabbing a woman to death at a Fontana park-and-ride has exposed flaws in the plan. The felon was …
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Proposed bill would give convicted felons second chance at finding work
Representative Patty Kim and several other House members are behind these bills which would remove some charges from convicted felons backgrounds when it comes to employee background checks. "There's a lot of people who've done something …
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MPs Kellie Leitch, Nathan Cullen and Rodger Cuzner discuss the government’s proposal to overhaul Employment Insurance in the budget implementation bill. The …
How will my Employment Insurance be affected if I got a job during this period and quit after the first day?
Question by lost101: How will my Employment Insurance be affected if I got a job during this period and quit after the first day?
Pls help, I applied for EI last December and started to get the money January 2009, and now March 2009 I got a job and after the first day I want to quit will I still get my EI or how will it affect my Employment Insurance?
Employment Insurance in Canada
Answer by Bob J
Yes you can get E.I. Its reactivating a claim. It takes less time then your original claim to proscess too. You can get another job and do this agian. You have up to six months from when you claim was originally deactivated. (stop making reports) Reactivate it its easy. If you need more help go to, MrJobs.ca for everything you want to know.
This will give you a run down and lots of info on how to get the most out of your E.I. Just check out MrJobs.ca
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