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  • Experts: Firms must engage workers now to keep them later

    Experts: Firms must engage workers now to keep them later
    The past few years have been a struggle for employers trying to keep their businesses running and their employees satisfied despite ever-tighter budgets. A recent survey conducted for The Baltimore Sun by the research firm WorkplaceDynamics identified 75...
  • Ways to recession-proof your job

    With virtually every industry cutting jobs these days, you're probably asking yourself: Am I next? Online job board CareerBuilder.com offers advice on making yourself "recession-proof" at work - or at least as much as you can in this economy. The company...
  • Business Column: Past mistakes can haunt job seekers

    Business Column: Past mistakes can haunt job seekers
    WILLIAMSBURG — It's probably true that we've become a less trusting society. It certainly seems to be true in the case of employers looking over job applications. According to Allison & Taylor Inc., a reference-checking and background company,...
  • Chicago ad agency fires client Panera, calling company 'difficult'

    Chicago ad agency fires client Panera, calling company 'difficult'
    In an unusual move, Chicago-based ad agency Cramer-Krasselt has essentially told its client, Panera Bread, to take this job and shove it.   Peter Krivkovich, chairman and CEO of Cramer-Krasselt, sent a memo to employees Wednesday morning saying the...
  • Boss catch you job shopping? Three tips to avoid being fired

    DEAR JOYCE: I've been job hunting on the sneak for about two months. My boss, a take-no-prisoners type, fired two co-workers last year for the same thing. I thought I was in the clear but now I'm concerned that my intent has become suspect. What's best:...
  • Catch-22: You need second job to pay bills and the boss says no

    DEAR JOYCE: Our department head recently quizzed each of us about "other" jobs. We were told to get prior approval before starting any second job or business venture. What's more, the few raises we've received in the past few years are a joke. Can the...
  • Tech managers plan more temp hiring

    Tech managers plan more temp hiring
    While the nation’s economy continues to strengthen and  businesses strive to become more efficient, a large task is placed on IT workers to stay ahead of the game and bring the best technology to the workplace. IT workers have been in steady demand,...
  • How to impress employers, or scare them off

    How to impress employers, or scare them off
    The hiring process can at times mirror a reality dating competition, with multiple candidates all vying for the same coveted role. And while most candidates use tried and true ways to get an employer’s attention, such as a catchy cover letter and...
  • Pulse quickens on health care hiring for second half of 2013

    Pulse quickens on health care hiring for second half of 2013
    During the back half of the year, employers in health care are looking to add employees in full-time, permanent positions, as well as part-time employees and temporary or contract workers. In CareerBuilder and MiracleWorkers.com's latest national survey,...
  • Retail jobs: Your next move

    Retail jobs: Your next move
    More than 15 million people work in retail, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and a recent CareerBuilder survey found that 33 percent of retail employers are likely to hire seasonal help this summer. Considering the high employment numbers,...
  • Fewer workers live paycheck to paycheck

    Fewer workers live paycheck to paycheck
    When does your next payday roll around? Is it coming tomorrow or … no, your payday was last week, right? If you don’t know off the top of your head, the odds are you don’t truly need to know — though you should still confirm you&...
  • Breaking trend: mobile apps that find jobs

    DEAR JOYCE: Oh, the stories I could tell you about my 17-year-old daughter and her smartphone, but the too-familiar mishap of running it through the laundry isn't one of them. That's because she's on that phone all the time, talking and texting nonstop....