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By Katie Clarey – HRDrive As some states begin to open vaccine spots to everyone 16 and older, it’s a question employers may find themselves wanting to ask. Q: Can we ask employees if they’ve been vaccinated? A: Employers can ask workers whether they’ve been vaccinated, but they’ll need to be cautious about asking follow-up questions,… read more

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By Purvanshi Mehta – Towards Data Science Preparing for your interviews is one aspect of the job search and getting a job that you want is another aspect of it. I wrote about the first part recently which makes this post more important. I have seen so many people struggling to make decisions about which… read more

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By Abakar Saidov – Recruiter.com For all the damage it has caused, the COVID-19 pandemic has also sparked a mass awakening across business sectors. In fact, according to a recent Forbes survey, almost 80 percent of executives feel the pandemic has actually revealed their organizations’ strengths. These companies are now in a position to reset and… read more

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– by Beau Peters Beau Peters is a creative professional with a lifetime of experience in service and care. As a manager, he’s learned a slew of tricks of the trade that he enjoys sharing with others who have the same passion and dedication that he brings to his work.   Thanks to the pandemic,… read more

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By Lena H. Sun and Lori Aratani – The Washington Post Federal health officials gave the green light Friday for fully vaccinated people to resume travel as an estimated 100 million Americans have had at least one dose of coronavirus vaccine, and evidence mounts of the shots’ effectiveness. The long-awaited guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and… read more

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By Jeff Cox – CNBC Job growth boomed in March at the fastest pace since last summer, as stronger economic growth and an aggressive vaccination effort contributed to a surge in hospitality and construction jobs, the Labor Department reported Friday. Nonfarm payrolls increased by 916,000 for the month while the unemployment rate fell to 6%…. read more

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By Michael Dinich – Ladders If you speak to a millionaire, they won’t brag about achieving their net worth. Becoming a millionaire is only a byproduct of hard work. And more of a milestone rather than a finish line. Instead, they spend more time than not sharing their life experiences and journey. They love to mentor… read more

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By Gwen Moran – Fast Co. Video interviews are now the norm during the hiring process. Gartner research found that 86% of companies used video interviews during the pandemic. As remote work expands, this shift may continue for some time. So, it’s more important than ever to know the nuances of acing your video interview. Of course,… read more

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3 Reasons Businesses Should Be Starting Now The COVID-19 pandemic has not only changed the trajectory of people’s livelihoods and businesses’ bottom lines but society in general. As a result, many normalities from employment to public health to how we communicate, have been changed forever. Looking ahead, research unsurprisingly suggests that 2021 will be a… read more

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The program, a result of a 2019 Department of Labor grant, will kick off in Chicago with a nationwide rollout later this year MOD Pizza on Friday announced a new partnership with the National Restaurant Association’s philanthropic arm — the NRA Educational Foundation (NRAEF) — to support justice-involved young adults with employment and job training…. read more