There has been nothing you could call "successful" about President Obama's so-called "green energy" initiatives, but the worst thing of all is the billions in taxpayer dollars he has utterly wasted on failed companies who were trying to push unproven, and ultimately failed, initiatives.
Google's is about to lay off nearly 1,200, staffs of its workforce at Motorola Mobility in a bid to return to profitability, Wall Street Journal has reported Friday.
About 80 percent of companies are recruiting IT professionals across Seattle-area for the second quarter of 2013.
Government has officially announced the Canada Summer Jobs 2013, which will create up to 36,000 job opportunities for students across the country.
Canada's economy created far more jobs than expected in December and the jobless rate slid to a four-year low, bolstering the likelihood of a central bank interest rate rise later this year.
Canada's job market is expected to slow markedly in December to reflect the sluggish economy and employers' fears about the U.S. fiscal crisis following outsized gains of over 50,000 jobs in two of the previous three months.
US IT giant IBM on Wednesday announced the initiation of an array of programs and resources to help students and technology professionals to help prepare them for future jobs.
This week, Mother Nature occupied Wall Street. CNN, the Weather Channel and the National Weather Service reported that the floor of the New York Stock Exchange was under three feet of water. A live video feed of the trading floor said otherwise. Maybe it was just wishful thinking. The stock market was closed anyway.
When a candidate is unsuccessful, an all too common practice is for HR to discard them without a second thought. And with good reason. Narrowing the candidate pool is a unenviable task and sheer time constraints preclude many in HR from going the extra step in personalising the notification.
We are now in the work-from-home work culture, where businesses allow their employees to work from their homes on their beds wearing their pajamas and just go online for a certain period of time. In this article, we will tackle the advantages and disadvantages of this kind of work culture.