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Discrimination: how not to do it

We all know it – employers are not allowed to discriminate against staff or potential staff. And most of us have heard of the Equality Act. 484 more words

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Staying Healthy During a Stressful Job Search

By: Express Employment Professionals

Let’s be honest – we’re all a bit stressed. Whether it’s in the job search, at work, or at home, almost everyone feels overwhelmed from time to time. 687 more words


Jaslyne, you have just graduated from Mercyhurst University, now what? 

So I’ve been procrastinating on writing this blog post for a while now, mostly because I was still trying to figure out what my actual plan was. 699 more words

Certifications. Are they necessary? Or not?

I have always been conflicted on the topic of certification for professional development. On one hand, they make a resume look nice, but on the other hand, shouldn’t a bachelor’s degree look nicer than a $400 certification that someone could have crammed to pass? 72 more words


Positive news for teens seeking summer jobs

QUAD CITIES (KWQC) – A lot of area schools are finishing up this week and that means many teens will be looking to take on seasonal work. 338 more words


15 year legal battle ends with no mutual trust or confidence

NSW v Shaw NSWCA 97

On 17 April 2015, the New South Wales Court of Appeal handed down judgment in the 15 year legal battle of NSW v Shaw NSWCA 97 (NSW v Shaw), finding that there was no implied term of mutual trust and confidence in probationary employment contracts. 841 more words

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