A job rejection is an opportunity. Although a position may not be available now, jobseekers have the opportunity to make a positive impression that paves the way to be considered for future employment.
Companies need to look at ways to make their hiring processes more efficient to adapt to the changing economic reality. With more job seekers than ever before flooding the market, processes need to be streamlined to find the right people.
Welcome to the first issue of This Week in Social Media Law, which I plan to be a regular roundup of interesting issues at the intersection of social media and the law, as written by some of the nation’s leading lawyers.
Is there a difference? I imagine that many people, on reading the title of this article, laughed smugly to themselves, then wandered off thinking vague thoughts about the English and Americans having different names for the same thing.
While a majority of jobs lost during the downturn were in the middle range of wages, a majority of those added during the recovery have been low paying, according to a new report from the National Employment Law Project.