CareerBuilder has put together an index ranking the country’s largest cities’ likelihood of surviving a zombie outbreak.
You don’t need to have been in the workforce very long to recognize that when it comes to how people dress for work, trends come and go pretty quickly. Where once offices were filled with people in borderline formal attire, nowadays most offices adhere to a much more relaxed dress code.
This is at least in part due to the high demand for talent.
The holidays can be a busy time – both personally and professionally. Not only are you struggling to keep up with work during the busy end-of-the-year “crunch time,” you are probably also trying to balance personal holiday-related errands and travel. With everything that’s going on, how can you possibly be expected to plan — and foot the bill for — an office holiday celebration, too?
Twenty–two percent of employees plan to buy a gift for coworkers, and 73 percent expect to spend no more than $25 on a gift. The survey also identifies a few points to remember as we near the holidays.
Small business owners looking for enthusiastic, highly trainable employees might want to expand their efforts to recruit new college grads. Your company may be just the environment they crave – a place to develop their talents and make an immediate impact — but first these young workers need to know that you exist. Get your name in front of this new crop of talent and stand out from competitors using these tips:
Hang where they hang
Send staff members who truly love to talk about your small business to collegiate job fairs.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, imagine how much information a short video could convey to potential employees. Small business owners who assume recruitment videos are something only large companies can afford may be missing out on a valuable, cost-effective way to build their employment brand. Create a presentation that’s right for your small business using these tips:
Choose your route.