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According to Undercover Recruiter, artificial intelligence (AI) is expected to replace 16% of HR jobs within the next 10 years. Artificial intelligence is particularly poised to assist HR teams with the repetitive, time-consuming tasks of recruiting — potentially saving thousands of dollars per employee per year and improving the overall quality of hires. Given that […]

Become an Indispensable Employee

Let’s start with the word indispensable. According to Merriam-Webster,indispensable means absolutely necessary or essential. “Being indispensable at work means that your supervisors count on you so much that without you, the productivity of your department might suffer, or at least that’s the perception,” says Andy Teach, author of From Graduation to Corporation, and host of […]

Geographical Location

Finding the right job can be challenging. Many factors come with applying for a new position. These include salary, commute time, benefits and overall work environment. One factor, however, often stands out above the rest: geographical location. For many students, location may have a dramatic impact on job satisfaction. For example, if you want to […]

Of the roughly 28.8 million businesses in the U.S., about 23 million, or 80%, have no employees beyond the owner. However, the owners of the remaining 5.8 million are entrepreneurs who are also in the business of managing people. In fact, according to Small Biz Salute, being the boss is among the top five challenges […]

Student Perspective 2

. When contemplating where to apply for your first job out of college, you may immediately think of one aspect that can stand out among all the rest: your salary. What will you be paid at this new job? Will it be sufficient to support you for the next few years or so? Will the […]

Student Perspective

Every college graduate’s ultimate goal, once they finish school, is to find the best job or career for himself or herself. This typically means one that pays well, has good benefits, good location and commute time and one they will enjoy to the fullest. But what is desired is not always the case with every graduate student. It can […]

Video Interview

Preparing for a Video Interview? According to Software Advice 60% of hiring managers and recruiters have turned to using video technology when they need to carry out remote job interviews; In a survey of 506 companies, 47% use video interviewing to shorten the time it takes to make a hire, and 22 percent say that they would use […]

Millennials

Thanks to a combination of delayed retirements, increases in the cost of living and the increasing life expectancy, older workers are waiting longer to leave the workforce- meaning millennials and generation X employees have hit what industry leaders refer to as “the gray ceiling.” What is a gray ceiling? Traditionally as one generation aged, they […]

Holiday Workplace

It’s the season for giving. Your employees are a valuable component of your business and the holidays are the perfect time to give back to them and show your appreciation. Weather you plan an office party, volunteer to help work a fundraiser or give them all a holiday bonus, the main thing is that you […]

New Job

After countless interviews, letters of recommendations and hours of working on and editing your resume, you finally got the coveted job you worked so hard for. As you celebrate with friends and family, the new job starts to really settle in. You realize that you just got a new job, and with a new job comes new […]