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Wayne-based SkillSurvey Inc. smooths the hiring process
It wasn't too long ago that the housing market was in the basement and unemployment in construction soared, with more than 25 percent unemployed.
eReflect And Ultimate Spelling™ Guide Job Seekers Through A Company's Background Check Process
What are background and reference checks, and why do companies do them? eReflect publishes a guide on Ultimate Spelling™ to help candidates understand the significance of background checks. (PRWeb October 24, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/10/prweb12261099.htm
Emmaus may no longer require college degrees for police officers
Emmaus is moving toward improving the hiring process for police officers. On Monday night, borough council took an initial favorable vote on changing the ordinance containing its civil service requirements. One of the proposed changes would eliminate the requirement that only candidates with college degrees are eligible for the police department. “The goal is to expand the applicant list,” said …
City looks to limit criminal history as hiring consideration
Councilman Fimbres requests a discussion about the issue at council’s next meeting.
5 non-traditional hiring tips for InfoSec
There's a dramatic shortage of qualified information security professionals in the industry today. Globally, we're a million people short, according to Cisco's 2014 Annual Security Report.
Job fairs today, Thursday seek holiday workers
A staffing company is looking for at least 1,000 workers to fill temporary jobs as clients ramp up hiring for the holidays. BelFlex Staffing Network is holding a job fair today in Columbus and another one in Newark on Thursday to start the process. “We’re feeling the crunch,” said Jay Clawson, Belflex’s marketing manager. “We’re starting to do this early to build our candidate pool so that they …
Ocwen to hire independent firm to probe backdated foreclosure letters
Ocwen Financial Corp said it was hiring an independent firm to investigate how the mortgage servicer had sent backdated letters to borrowers about loan modifications and foreclosures and the reason for the delay in fixing the issue. Hundreds of thousands of borrowers facing foreclosure may have been harmed after they received letters from Ocwen with cure dates that had passed months earlier, New …
Holiday hiring begins for Missoula businesses
MISSOULA – With the holidays right around the corner, shoppers across the nation are gearing up to find the perfect gift, which means store managers are looking to hire more staff.
Jail beds funded by voters not open yet
Five months have gone by since Linn County voters gave the green light for a law enforcement levy, but a wing of the county jail that’s supposed to reopen is still closed.
Tucson makes changes to online job applications
The city of Tucson is making some changes that will limit criminal history as a consideration when it comes to hiring employees.