Posts Tagged “Unemployed”
by Wall Street Job Report on November 7, 2012
ING, the largest Dutch financial services group, is to cut 2,350 jobs, or 2.5% of its workforce, as it prepares to separate its banking and insurance operations in difficult markets.
by Wall Street Job Report on July 20, 2012
It definitely ups your ante as a potential job candidate to be represented by a headhunter, and if you know you have a good job and are good at it, you might already be on their radar.
by Jane Genova on June 15, 2012
Yes, the young are biased against the old in the workplace. But there are intelligent and strategic ways that an over-50 jobseeker can turn disadvantages into advantages.
by Lisa Swan on May 25, 2012
You may be employed, but you are considering looking for greener pastures. Is that ethical, and how should you handle a job search when you already have a job? The Harvard Business Review has some tips for how to keep your employment search on the down low.
by Lisa Swan on May 21, 2012
What should you do if you lose your job, besides wanting to punch a hole in the wall? Career expert Kerry Hannon has 10 more productive ideas.