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Glen Burnie tech firm moving to Hanover, adding 100 jobs

A Glen Burnie IT firm is moving to a new facility in Hanover, where it plans to add 100 jobs over the next five years. Vision Technologies Inc. said Thursday it will use $350,000 in state and county loans and grants to help with the move and expand its workforce. About half of the company’s 500-plus...

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    30 tips to negotiate the salary you want

    No matter who you are, no matter what you do as a job, there is one skill that will always (always!) come in handy: negotiation. Whether you’re a newbie just starting out on your career path or a seasoned professional, being able to negotiate salary or raises helps ensure that you’re getting the...

  • What to do when you hate your job but can't quit

    What to do when you hate your job but can't quit

    Here’s a tricky situation that may sound familiar—you have a job that you’re not exactly in love with (okay, you hate it), but for one reason or another you can’t quit. The reasons for feeling as if you’re stuck there can vary wildly—perhaps it’s tied to money, or you feel as if this position is...

  • How to write an HR generalist resume

    How to write an HR generalist resume

    How do you get hired to be one of the hire-ers? That’s the question facing those of you interested in becoming a human resources professional as a career. Often, we think of HR generalists as part of the machine—reading our resumes, putting together offers, brokering interviews, and sending out...

  • The effects of making employee salaries public

    The effects of making employee salaries public

    We’re living in a rapidly evolving world where almost everything is done online and the very notion of privacy seems to be evaporating. Most of us are growing increasingly more comfortable having our lives made public through a variety of social networks. This new open and public approach to sharing...

  • 5 tips on how to keep employee turnover low

    5 tips on how to keep employee turnover low

    One core aspect of successfully running a business—regardless of its size or the industry it’s operating in—is keeping staff happy and motivated so that they continue to perform at effective levels. It also helps to reduce levels of employee turnover—something that strategic, forward-thinking management...

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  • Unemployment rises in Maryland as state loses 20,200 jobs in December

    Unemployment rises in Maryland as state loses 20,200 jobs in December

    Maryland lost an estimated 20,200 jobs in December as the state’s unemployment rate ticked up to 4 percent. While the state’s unemployment remains below the national average, Maryland experienced job losses across all major sectors last month, led by professional and business services, which shed...

  • Baltimore entrepreneurship program for moms expanding

    Baltimore entrepreneurship program for moms expanding

    With feathers on her eyelashes and glitter everywhere else, it was clear that Takia Ross’ true calling was not as a history teacher. Ross dolled up friends at her kitchen table in South Baltimore, but she never considered trading in her stable teaching job at a city school and, later, the Community...

  • Doctors group promotes its economic impact in Maryland

    Doctors group promotes its economic impact in Maryland

    There are 17,633 active patient care physicians in Maryland supporting more than 213,000 jobs and generating $3.95 billion in economic output for the state’s economy, according to a study released by MedChi, Maryland’s medical society, and the American Medical Association. The doctors each generated...

  • Democrats, unions launch push for statewide $15 minimum wage

    Democrats, unions launch push for statewide $15 minimum wage

    A coalition of Democrats, union leaders and workers launched a campaign to raise Maryland’s minimum hourly wage to $15 on Monday, saying they chose to do so on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to carry on his message of justice and fairness. They are proposing to reach that wage floor by 2023, a move...

  • Owings Mills Sam's Club closes and 169 lose jobs

    Owings Mills Sam's Club closes and 169 lose jobs

    A Sam’s Club store in Owings Mills closed abruptly on Thursday, part of a wave of closures of the membership warehouse stores across the country. The retailer notified the state that 169 people will lose their jobs with the closure of the store at 9750 Reisterstown Road, according to a filing with...

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