Employment

BRIDGING THE GAP: VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOR SOUTH AFRICA'S TOMORROW
By Roger Domingo · 3 months ago
South Africa, a vibrant nation with a youthful population, stands at the crossroads of significant economic transformation. The persistent challenge of unemployment, particularly among the youth, calls for innovative and forward-thinking solutions. Organisations aiming to ...
An Overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act
By Robin Akins · 6 months ago
The ADA, also known as the Americans with Disabilities Act, became law over three decades ago; in 1990. It is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against anyone with a disability in any area ...
Embracing Diversity - Strategies to Combat Age Bias in the Hiring Process
By Adejuyin Adegboye · 6 months ago
In the quest for building diverse and inclusive workplaces, addressing age bias in the hiring process is an essential yet often overlooked facet. Age bias, or ageism, can hinder the recruitment of qualified and experienced ...
Navigating Office Challenges: The Transformative Power of Shared Memories and Achievements
By Hidden Author · 6 months ago
Introduction: In the hustle and bustle of the modern office, building strong connections with new colleagues is essential for a harmonious and productive work environment. A unique and effective approach to overcoming office issues involves ...
Needs Assessment Techniques for Creating Impactful Training
By Ravinder Tulsiani · 7 months ago
Needs Assessment is a crucial step in the training development process. By accurately identifying the training needs of an organization or individual, you can ensure that the training program is relevant, effective, and aligned with ...
7 Essential Factors to Consider When Job Searching with a Felony Record
By Shawn Lyte · 8 months ago
If you have a felony record and are seeking employment opportunities, it's natural to encounter challenges along the way. However, it's crucial to remember that your criminal record does not define your worth or potential ...
The Path To Becoming A Dentist In The USA
By Alex Belsey · 11 months ago
Becoming a dentist in the United States is a challenging and rewarding journey that requires dedication, a strong educational foundation, and specialized training. Dentistry is a dynamic field that combines scientific knowledge, technical skills, and ...
STARTING YOUR CAREER IN 2023
By Cliff Ogega · 1 year ago
The problem with this day and age is people are afraid to be seen as fools. I don't mean deliberately obnoxious fools but in regards to work experience and for good cause, society seems to ...
Exit Interview: How To Conduct An Exit Interview Effectively
By Oliver Jones · 1 year ago
How many times have you, as an HR professional, given more thought to placing a new job ad to launch a new hiring process for a replacement for an employee who had just submitted a ...
Thrive in Solitude? Hand-Picked 30 Ideal Jobs Best for Introverts
By Aqualin Shelby · 1 year ago
Do you feel happiest when you're by yourself? If so, you may be an introvert and thrive in solitude. Introverts are natural leaders and thinkers, which makes them ideal for some jobs - like research ...
Reasons You Need Job Consultants for Finding the Best Placement Opportunities!
By Sneha Jassuja · 1 year ago
You might think that you do not require recruitment consultants for job search in this era of internet and connectivity. You can indeed find a wide variety of jobs through internet searching. However, there also ...
Present Yourself as a ‘No Brainer’ to Hire
By Nick Kossovan · 2 years ago
A few jobs back, HR had scheduled four interviews, throughout my day, for a position I had open. The first interview went “okay.” The second candidate, however, impressed me so much I hired him on ...
You Believing Hiring Should Be Fair is the Problem
By Nick Kossovan · 2 years ago
Unless you’re getting job offers, you probably perceive how employers hire to be unfair. Every job seeker has a list of why they’re the most deserving over all the other job seekers—they’re: - qualified, skilled, ...
As a Job Seeker There Are 3 Job Search Truisms You Need to Accept
By Nick Kossovan · 2 years ago
A job search has many moving parts; your mindset is the most critical part. Tackling challenges, such as a job search, is easier if you have the right mindset. Job search success isn’t achieved through ...
When Job Hunting Make Finding a Great Boss Your Priority
By Nick Kossovan · 2 years ago
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Over the course of my career, I learned the “hard way” that it’s better to report to a good boss at a bad company than a bad ...
How to Implement an Agile RPO Strategy?
By Raghu Nandan · 2 years ago
Are you facing challenges in managing your employee onboarding processes effectively? Do you often end up with a higher number of bad recruits who are hampering the overall productivity of your organization? Try outsourcing your ...
The Three Managerial Types that Will Make You Want to Walk Out the Door—and What to Do About It
By Sherreccia Jackson · 2 years ago
We’ve all had a manager who made us feel like we wanted to walk out the door. For example: your manager assigned you a project that—if she would have taken one sip from the cup ...
The Greatest Indian Takeaway
By Anny Plummer · 2 years ago
Taking away chow To Go, food bought ready to eat and take home, extends across delights sourced from many countries, not least of those is India. So, what do you reckon? Is Tandoori the greatest ...
10 Compelling Reasons Why You Need a Freelancer
By Anjana Ratnayake · 2 years ago
Freelancing has been on the rise as businesses seek to get work done faster and more effectively. Companies and start-ups are looking for new skilled talent to bring new ideas to their organizations. Statistics from ...
7 Horrible Mistakes you could make with Freelance Marketplaces
By Anjana Ratnayake · 2 years ago
New to freelancing and wondering why you're not landing any jobs? Working from home is the best thing one could wish for. Starting is easy, but succeeding is the real deal. Research shows that a ...