Trend Results : Employment

Related Searches

Blog Results (1)

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 10000+)


Samantha Bee's 'In Memoriam' For Roger Ailes And Bill O'Reilly Made Us Cry (Laughing)

Roger Ailes resigned from Fox News last summer, following allegations that he sexually harassed multiple female colleagues. Then last week, we heard the shocking news: Bill O’Reilly was no longer employed by Fox News, also in the wake of sexual harassment allegations. Oof... Show More Summary

Chris Paul keeps bailing out Clippers, on the verge of elimination and possible breakup

He came as the final and most important piece of an All-NBA troika. The Clippers already employed DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin, but Chris Paul was the ringleader who brought it all together and established an expectation that these perennial do-nothings, upstarts to say the least, could compete in the revamped Western Conference. Six years […]

Dead-End Jobs: 15 Worst Places To Work In Comic Books

In comic books, there are definitely more than a few garbage jobs to hold down. Then there's these places of employment. The post Dead-End Jobs: 15 Worst Places To Work In Comic Books appeared first on CBR.

Stagecoach 2017: 'I'm not shying away from anything,' Rhiannon Giddens says of her music

In what was one of the most moving performances at the 2017 Stagecoach country music festival, singer-songwriter Rhiannon Giddens employed a carrot and just a little bit of the stick when explaining her music. “We’re all beautiful people,” she said with a broad smile, introducing folk singer Richard...

The top 15 organizations business majors want to work for after graduation

Where do business students want to work these days? To find out, Universum, a global research and advisory firm, surveyed 81,102 students from 359 universities in the US about their views on employers. Out of those respondents, 26,809...Show More Summary

D’Onta Foreman got his wish: A job close to home

You’ve probably seen or heard by now my belief that professional sports drafts wouldn’t be tolerated in any other American industry, where the employee picks the employer and not vice-versa. One reason I don’t like them comes from the fact that a kid who has spent his whole life in one specific city and state…

Schedule for Week of Apr 30, 2017

The key report this week is the April employment report on Friday.Other key indicators include the April ISM manufacturing and non-manufacturing indexes, April auto sales, and the March Trade Deficit. ----- Monday, May 1st ----- 8:30 AM: Personal Income and Outlays for March. Show More Summary

Do We Understand the Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Employment?

Artificial intelligence is already transforming the world of work, but the future is hard to predict. Some see most jobs at risk of automatisation, while others argue robots will only take on a narrow range of tasks in the coming decades. Nevertheless, we need a broad debate to prepare the appropriate economic policy response to the new industrial revolution.

Phone Sex at the University of Colorado

Resa Cooper-Morning, a cultural diversity coordinator in the Ethnic Studies Department at the University of Colorado at Denver, had been living a double life. Employed by the university since 1992, Resa, in 2003, began supplementing her $68,000-a-year salary by charging phone sex callers $1.49 a minute for her pornographic talk. Show More Summary

Why Are Men Dropping Out of Work?

A new book examines the steep decline of male employment. Men Without Work: America's Invisible CrisisBy Nicholas EberstadtTempleton Press merica’s working man has taken a pounding over the course of the past half-century. AccordingShow More Summary

Sunrisers' 'smart, aggressive' strategy pays off

Shikhar Dhawan and Kane Williamson explain Sunrisers Hyderabad's batting strategy they employed against Kings XI Punjab, to score 207 for 3 and set up a 26-run win

A majority of states see modest employment gains in March

The March State and Regional Employment report, released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, showed most states continuing their trajectory toward recovery.

Goldman: U.S. Economy "now at full employment"

A few excerpts from a note by Goldman Sachs economists Jan Hatzius and Daan Struyven: On a broad range of measures, the US economy is now at full employment. Headline unemployment has fallen below most estimates of the structural rate,...Show More Summary

Pay for NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke soars to $46 million, among corporate America's highest

NBCUniversal Chief Executive Steve Burke received $46 million in compensation last year, boosted by $10 million of stock options granted in a new employment agreement. Burke’s 2016 pay package, a 37% increase over the previous year, makes him one of the highest-paid executives in corporate America....

One of the Earliest Industrial Spies Was a French Missionary Stationed in China

Plenty of today's technological arms races involve an element of industrial espionage. An executive from Uber has been accused of stealing autonomous car-related data from his old employer, Google. Just this month, the same company was accused of using hidden tracking software to keep tabs on their chief ride-hailing rival, Lyft. Show More Summary

Self-Driving Car Guru Anthony Levandowski Steps Aside From Lead Role At Uber

This is pending the outcome of that court case brought by his former employer, Alphabet. [ more › ]

Tips to Managing Your Email

If you're feeling like a slave to your email inbox lately, it's time to take back control. Your email should be contributing to your overall productivity, not hindering it. Make it work for you by employing the following techniques. Organize The first step to getting your email under control is organizing what's already there. Show More Summary

Top 10 HR Mistakes Every Employer Makes (But Shouldn’t)

The admin and HR departments of most companies are what builds and maintains the standards of a business. If the HR department is not organized and lacks major attention to detail, it could be detrimental to the future of your business. Show More Summary

Federal Court Rules That Employers Can Pay A Woman Less As Long As Her Old Boss Did, Too

A federal court ruled on Thursday that women can indeed be paid less than men for doing the same job, based on what their previous salaries were. According to the Associated Press, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Thursday to overturn a 2015 ruling from a lower court in California. The 2015 decision, made by U.S. Show More Summary

8 Ways To Avoid Self Sabotage When Building Your Music Career

While it's hardly the easiest career for anyone to pursue, becoming some form of a full time self employed musician is certainly achievable provided, that is, you can get out of your own way. Here we look at eight ways to avoid ruining your music career before it's even gotten...

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC