Professional Services: Human Resources Press Releases
The job placement rate for the class of 2010 was 80 percent which is 5 percent less from that of 2009's class. The New York Times has phrased this as the worst recession in the legal profession's history.
Unsettled by stumbling recovery signs, the employers in the state have cut jobs pushing the jobless rate up from 12 percent in July.
The 10th anniversary of 9/11 was different for the Americans. The decade-long wait is over and even the perpetrator of 9/11 is dead. This 9/11 was also the first anniversary when Americans felt contented by the very fact that their revenge is over and they have again proved their supremacy over the world. But then, this very celebration amidst sorrow is far from complete. Perhaps the chief operative of 9/11 is dead, but the modus operandi is still active and running. Neutralizing Osama is just half the task done, but the very system that allowed Osama to execute the entire 9/11 episode, still thrives. Amidst the entire hullabaloo, what got swept under was the manner in which the entire operation was funded. It is a lesser known fact that the funding for 9/11 had its roots in Africa, and it was all possible because millions of Westerners bought stones that had been (since the last four decades or so) hyped up as the most precious gifts for women. Yes, I’m here talking about diamonds, or rather conflict diamonds – to be more precise, those that with time have earned the title of being ‘blood diamonds’. Several investigative reports post 9/11, including UN war crime reports, have revealed that the Al Qaeda joined Liberian President Charles Taylor in the African diamond trade, which was used for terrorist activities. The terrorists used illicit diamonds as currency for funding their operations, as the demand for illicit diamonds remains high, while tracking the movement of the same is extremely tedious.
Sid Mitchener, partner at Vaco Raleigh, LLC, an executive placement and consulting firm, has announced that Katie Curtis has been promoted from candidate sourcer to recruiter. In her new position, Curtis will be responsible for finding qualified job candidates and guiding them through the recruitment process, as well as attending networking and industry events.
September Online Event Shows Job Seekers How to Overcome the Biggest Career Hurdle in Tough Times - the Telephone Screening.
Computer Guru is bringing a Unique Opportunity in Pakistan First Time, where Students will be Trained for Specific JOB Descriptions and will be offered 100% JOB Guarantee
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were about 74,000 jobs created in healthcare sector last year. But this plan might have an opposite effect on the healthcare sector.
A new business launches this week which aims to get unhappy Brits out of jobs they hate and embarking on a new career.
Global Jurix is a leading law firm in India, which offers all kinds of law services in affordable budget. It gives all kinds of law assistance and advice to small and midsized clients. And it has specialization in corporate and commercial laws, and intellectual properties laws.
But so far, the indicator has hardly moved unemployment down, and stayed close to or beyond an alarming recession-level 9 percent for 29 months.
The online retailing giant has submitted a proposal for opening six distribution centers employing about 7,000 Californians. But in exchange, Amazon has requested to be reprieved from the new Internet sales tax law until 2014.
Bruce Clarke, president and CEO of CAI, a human resource management firm that helps organizations maximize employee engagement while minimizing employer liability, has announced the release of the results from the 2011 Wage & Salary Survey. The comprehensive and in-depth survey of more than 485 unique organizations and more than 535 facilities throughout the state of North Carolina reflects consistent and steady increases in annual salary budgets across organizations. CAI’s annual Wage & Salary Survey is the most all-inclusive and wide-spread salary survey conducted of North Carolina employers.
Brady, a company that provides high-efficiency HVAC systems and comprehensive building solutions for commercial and industrial facilities across North Carolina, welcomes Devan Siler as a reliability technician.
As part of its support strategy for client businesses, HR consulting specialist Emplicity is spreading the word about voluntary contributions as a viable unemployment tax planning strategy for lessening the tax burden. Emplicity is a leading HR outsourcing services company specializing in employee management for small and medium-sized businesses.
Passage Home, a nonprofit agency fighting poverty and homelessness in Wake County, has announced that it received a $233,688 donation from the Sunshine Lady Foundation. This donation will go toward the “Harriet’s House” program, a Passage Home venture that helps previously incarcerated women with children re-enter society.
Sally Webb, CSEP, CEO of The Special Event Company, a strategic event and meeting management company, has announced that the firm has been named to the Top 300 Small Businesses in the South by Business Leader magazine. Based on financial performance, including revenue growth, business achievement and community involvement, the Top 300 Small Businesses award recognizes the leading organizations headquartered in the Southern states. The award reception was held at Brier Creek Country Club, where the top 10 small businesses of the South were unveiled.
Despite the retrenchment in summer programs' recruitment nationwide, offices of major firms in Washington are about to hire the same number of associates as 2011, for summer 2012.
The salary of a full time employee permanently residing in Alabama was $42,943 as of July 2010, and the total strength the state government has was more than 37,000 employees before the layoff.
A recently released report by Technavio reveals that the Global Human Capital Management (HCM) Systems market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.1 percent.
According to the Employment Department of Oregon, total nonfarm employment decreased by 3,650 jobs in Benton County, when a decrease of 2,540 jobs would be expected.
Bruce Clarke, president and CEO of CAI, a human resource management firm that helps organizations maximize employee engagement while minimizing employer liability, has announced the company’s September 2011 schedule of training and development seminars. All sessions will be held at CAI’s Greensboro location at 7817 National Service Road, Suite 509, unless otherwise noted.
Bruce Clarke, president and CEO of CAI, a human resource management firm that helps organizations maximize employee engagement while minimizing employer liability, has announced the company’s September 2011 schedule of training and development seminars. All courses will be held at CAI’s Raleigh location at 2900 Highwoods Blvd., unless otherwise noted.
Not just this, but Bank of America is bearing the pain of struggling under the weight of bad mortgage assets. This is one of the major reasons, of the various factors, to cut 3,500 jobs, after 2,500 reductions year to date.
McGinn announced the Weatherize Every Building program in April of last year. The goals were generating 2,000 living-wage jobs in Seattle and 2,000 existing buildings would be improved with energy efficiency equipment in poorer neighborhoods
AlphaStaff Group, Inc. (“AlphaStaff”), one of the nation’s largest professional employer organizations (PEO), unveiled its fully-upgraded and enhanced website. The announcement was made by John Gibson, CEO.