Archive | March, 2013

Getting Back To Work for Stay-At-Home Moms Is A Struggle For More Than One Reason

Instead of waking up at 6:00 a.m. to fight traffic, many women choose to take on the challenges of staying home to raise their children instead. As challenging as this task is, what seems to be more intimidating for moms is re-entering the workforce after such a lengthy time away.  Stay-at-home moms are up against […]

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Millennials – A Generation That Won’t Hesitate To Make A Change

The days of the 30-year career are becoming a thing of the past; starting and remaining at one company your entire working career is a very rare occurrence.  These days, it’s becoming quite common to see a diversified work history.  You can credit a struggling economy, as well as the millennial generation for this change. […]

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The Future Numbers of Temporary Workers are Looking Up

As a result of the recent recession, employers have grown progressively dependent on temporary and contract workers.  This trend is likely to persist and can be accredited to supply and demand, says Ravin Jesuthasan, global head of talent management for Towers Watson. According to Towers’ research, within the next ten years a severe labor shortage is […]

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