Many people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) look forward to the satisfaction and independence that come with being employed. Unfortunately, the majority of people with ASD struggle to get hired. ..
Despite being highly capable, the blind and visually impaired are often overlooked by hiring managers and business owners. In 2011 Cornell University’s Employment and Disability Institute found that just under one-fourth of working-age Americans with visual impairments were employed full time. ..
Though they possess many special skills and capabilities suited for major industries, the job hunt process can be challenging for the hearing impaired. One key reason is that they’re often asked to overcome easily avoidable obstacles..
Overall job satisfaction is discussed virtually everywhere thanks to social media. What used to be lengthy chitchat next to water coolers, atop therapist couches, inside hair salons, and over cocktails can often be wrapped up in 140 succinct characters, thanks to Twitter. ..
It’s your chance to get a foot in the door, dazzle potential employers, and just maybe land the job of your dreams. So is it any wonder you may be tempted to embellish your resume in hopes of appearing more qualified?...
Imagine hiring hundreds of new employees for tasks such as drafting policies for a large organization, working together on considering and revising these proposals, and ultimately coming to agreements on which rules and regulations should be enacted. ..
Which surfaces are the germiest: copier start buttons, coffee pot handles, office entrance doorknobs, water dispenser handles, or conference room doorknobs? And can they make you sick? Keep reading to get the dirt on which germs you might encounter at the office...
Which are their worst money wasters? Which habits are they willing to change? And how do gender, generation, income bracket, and geographic location factor into the equation? Keep reading to see how your splurging (and saving) habits stack up. ..