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Retailers Ask Congress, White House to Halt Proposed Career-Ki...

***Workforce Experts Available for Interviews*** WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The National Retail Federation today increased pressure on the Obama Administration to rethink its proposal to expand overtime and more than double the threshold at ... CNBC, 2 weeks ago

These Are the Top Companies Hiring Entry-Level Workers

It can be daunting trying to land your first career-track job, especially if you didn't major in one of the sought-after STEM (science, tech, engineering and science) fields. The good news is that the job market is heating up enough that youre ...
 Time1 month ago

6 Things First-Time Employees Should Do Now That Will Pay Off Later

Landing your first career-track job should be an exciting time — youre literally laying the foundation for the next 30 or 40 years of your life. This also means it's a high-stakes time of your career. Decisions you make and things you do — or ...
 Time2 months ago

Inside The Programs Breaking The Prison Cycle—By Employing Former Inmates

Larry Thomas is an ambitious guy. In hopes of becoming an electrician, he spent two years studying nine hours a day, five days a week, providing electrical repairs for free to gain experience. Recently he's celebrated his one-year work anniversary ...
 Fast Company22 hours ago

Female recruits in Japanese government hit record high

More than 1 in 3 recruits to government service this fiscal year are female, figures showed Tuesday. Women represent 34.5 percent of the newcomers in fiscal 2016, marking a new high since officials began compiling comparable data in 1963. ...
 Japan Times1 week ago

Where Are the Girls?

And why aren't more in positions of political and pecuniary power? By Jane Greenway Carr Grace for President. (Photo: Disney-Hyperion) That's the question posed by the protagonist of Kelly DiPucchio's children's book, Grace for President .
 Pacific Standard1 week ago

Australia's Top Philanthropist Announced

Wednesday, 20th April 2016 at 8:52 am By , Editor High profile businesswoman and founder of the Adara Group, Audette Exel AO, has been named the 2016 leading philanthropist in the annual awards by Philanthropy Australia. Audette Exel is ...
 Pro Bono Australia2 weeks ago

Where Are the Girls?

That's the question posed by the protagonist of Kelly DiPucchio's children's book, Grace for President . The titular Grace decides to become the first female president after learning from her teacher that the United States has never had one. First ...
 New America Foundation2 weeks ago

Redesigning American High Schools: the Long Game and the Short Game

By Barry E. Stern, Ph.D. An excellent new volume edited by Mike Petrilli of the Fordham Institute, Education for Upward Mobility, calls for expanding several school initiatives that are supported by a growing body of evidence. These include ...
 Education News3 weeks ago

New hires to get fatter paychecks at Japanese trading houses

TOKYO -- Major Japanese trading companies are lifting initial monthly salaries for new hires by double-digit margins this spring, matching the pay set by Mitsubishi Corp. a year earlier, amid an intensifying scramble for talent. Mitsui & Co. , ...
 Nikkei Asian Review1 month ago
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