Professional Services: Human Resources Press Releases
Erado, the nation's leading compliance and archiving firm in electronic communication, formally announces they will add 30 new hires in 2012.
Global digital agency Euro RSCG Skybridge were so impressed by the latest release of Incentivise that they have decided to replace all of their existing incentivisation technology.
Since hiring fresh in-house employees can be definitely cost-prohibitive, the next best – and cheap – alternative is to outsource. Not to freelancers but to full-time dedicated remote employees, who cost a company nothing more than their salary.
Evolve Selection have invested a great deal of time and effort to look at the market and are now better placed than ever to provide tailored solutions to our clients that actually generate a return on investment.
Worksite training is a must for companies wanting to improve administrative efficiency and ensure compliance. Not only can the right worksite training reduce costly HR-related litigation, it can help revitalize a company’s workplace culture and organization as a whole.
Bruce Clarke, president and CEO of CAI, a human resource management firm that helps organizations maximize employee engagement while minimizing employer liability, has announced that the firm is actively conducting data research for the 2011-2012 North Carolina Healthcare Benefits & Cost Survey. The information collected will outline current healthcare market trends along with benefit design and costs. The results, which will be collected through Friday, Dec. 16, will include impacts and reactions on the healthcare reform and the changes in rates for employer annual contributions.
MAX Agency, Canada's leading Principal TV/Film/Modeling Agency, is currently hiring Talent Scouts and Agents for their Toronto office.
Indian Business Pages - IBP, a commercial search service provider, announced the launch of their “All Women’s Project” today. Brainchild of Harsha Popat, IBP will be entirely managed by women. Indian Business Pages will provide fast and authentic information to all its users through multiple platforms such as web, SMS, CD, print and call center which will go live by 2013.
When outsourcing first burst on the scene a few decades ago, it was mainly in its two distinct forms – offshore freelancing and project outsourcing to outsourcing companies.However, as with every industry, it was a learning experience for both, the clients and the vendors, and pretty soon both types of outsourcing started showing cracks.
BNOW and BNI are co-hosting a Christmas party at Red Restaurant and there will be of games, prizes and loads of fun! We are donating proceeds from the event to Camillian Home and Umphang Wittiyakom School. Join us to celebrate the festive season!
Callbox, the largest business-to-business lead generation company in the world, is set to hire an additional 1,000 people next year, according to the company’s 2012 action plan released today. All additional manpower will join the operation centers in the Philippines and Malaysia.
We are in a recession that doesn't appear to be getting any better, and it will not for a considerable time until these congressmen stop considering only themselves and not We the people!
Akran Marketing announced today that Monica Channa, its Executive Director, Operations, has been awarded a spot in the 2011 Canada’s Most Powerful Women Top 100.
According to statistics, the unemployment rate in the United States is 8.6 percent. Millions of people are actively looking for work—sending out resumes, going to interviews, and constantly looking at job postings.
With security personnel always needed, the country’s largest ‘Security Professionals’ database, BodyGuardNation.com, is on a mission to create jobs across the nation.
The seasonally adjusted figures included in the BLS report suggest that there was also an addition of 400 jobs in the sector in October.
Recently, an Australian client, whose company models homes for energy-efficiency, came all the way down to the Virtual Employee Pvt Ltd office on a special mission. It was purely a business trip – to personally train his chosen virtual employee (a qualified engineer) on the work that was going to be outsourced. He spent an entire week in VE office, spending time bonding with his Indian remote employee, mingling with the HR staff and teaching and training his virtual employee about floor plans and other engineering essentials.
In November, the unemployment rate of U.S. dropped to 8.6 percent. According to the Labor of Bureau Statistics, it is at its lowest since March 2009, when it was 9 percent.
Agilent Technologies Inc. and the Agilent Technologies Foundation today announced that Russell S. Thomas, Ph.D., of the Hamner Institutes for Health Sciences has been selected for an Agilent Thought Leader Award to support his work developing methods to predict drug-induced liver injury.
According to the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry's report, Pittsburgh's unemployment rate has remained constant with 0.5 percent decline since the last two months finishing at 7 percent in October.
AlphaStaff Group, Inc., recently examined the rise of "alternative benefits" and their popularity in workplaces across the country, beyond basic health and dental care packages offered by employers.
Networking at holiday social events varies from general business networking. Learn the ins and outs from master networker Lillian D. Bjorseth, who gives you practical advice on how to look and act polished and professional.
Outsourcing can be termed to be truly successful if you have been able to work with a partner who allows you the flexibility and the cost-savings during the outsourcing process. VirtualEmployee.com is one such outsourcing service provider that can truly make the outsourcing a success.
Pace Law School in White Plains exposed a plan to tackle the problem head-on by creating a university-sponsored law practice, earlier this month.
MMI Public Relations, a Raleigh-based, full-service public relations firm, has announced that Ryan Didsbury has joined MMI as traffic coordinator, where he manages and oversees the daily distribution of client news releases, submits projects for client approval, and tracks newspaper and online news clips. Prior to joining MMI, Didsbury worked as the head of advertising for a local community newspaper. A recent graduate of NC State University, he earned his Bachelor of Science in business administration with a concentration in marketing.