Are You Applying for Too Many Jobs?
Applying for as many jobs as possible may seem like the right thing to do, but that isn't always the case. Sometimes, you can apply for so many job positions that potential employers don't take you seriously anymore. These are some tips for conducting your job search correctly so that your potential employers don't take your application lightly:Read More
Why Do Employers Ask for Emergency Contact Information?
Employers have been asking for emergency contact information for decades. Lately, they've started requiring the information during the application and onboarding processes. For most people, that isn't a big idea. However, some people may not want to add emergency contact information, or they don't feel they have anyone to list. These are the reasons employers ask for information and what you should do if you don't want to provide it:Read More
What You Should Know About Workers' Compensation
You may or may not know about worker's compensation. It's wise for you to gain an education on it so that you'll know what to do if something ever happens to you at work. Here is some information about the benefit and how you should handle yourself if you get hurt on the job.Read More
Three Ways Employers Show Appreciation to Their Workers
Nowadays, just having a job and a paycheck isn't quite enough to make a worker feel content. A worker wants his or her employer to value and appreciate that person. Modern employers realize that, and they take steps to ensure that each one of their workers feels appreciated. The following are three ways things they do to express that appreciation:Read More
How Frequently Should You Search for Jobs?
Knowing how often you should search for work can be confusing. These are some tips that will help you to gauge how much effort you should put into your work search:Read More