As you may have noticed, most working professionals tend to surround themselves with like-minded individuals who have similar backgrounds, experiences and education. But while it's important that everyone on a team buy into the same overarching vision and share similar...
The stack of paper is daunting. Your job posting only went live 24 hours ago and already your desk is covered with credentials and contact information. On one hand, you are flattered. People want to work for you. On the other hand, with so many people with similar credentials,...
The United States only has one requirement relating to diversity on corporate boards. But it’s so vague that employers get to fill in the blanks, and it’s unlikely to change the fact that boards remain overly filled with white men anytime soon.
As Baby Boomers move toward reduced work hours and retirement, it's crucial to attract younger employees to take their places. But to keep them on the job, hiring managers need a few strategic tips.
Between now and 2018, there are significant reasons — and opportunities — for hospitals to take a fresh look at their workforce structure and composition, evaluate how their needs are going to change in the future and determine ways to optimize their benefit...
Nearly 18 percent of newly licensed registered nurses leave their first nursing job within the first year, and roughly 34 percent leave within two years, according to a study in Policy, Politics & Nursing Practice. RN turnover is costly...
Most American workers are not aiming for the corner office, according to a new CareerBuilder survey. Approximately one-third (34 percent) of workers aspire to leadership positions, with only 7 percent aiming for senior or C-level management. By an 11 percentage point margin,...
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