Things are looking up. A year ago, talk of a jobless recovery dominated discussion as Massachusetts and the nation slowly climbed out of a deep recession. Economists are painting a brighter picture for 2011.
Jan. 10 Transcript
Boston.com contributor Elaine Varelas knows the ins of human resources.
Jan. 11 Transcript
Hiring in 2011
Tracy Cashman, a partner at recruiting firm Winter, Wyman, talks about the job outlook for 2011.
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Jobs that will see increased hiring and higher salaries.
In Meetings Who Sits Where?
Meeting seating can be as informal as choosing to sit...
Discover the sites hidden features and its more obvious ones.
8 online job search tips
Are you searching online for a job, but keep coming up empty?
Tweeting for that next job
Here are few tips and Twitter no-nos to remember.
Frank Gentile has been doing the impossible over the past few years. He’s been finding people jobs.
Are you a big company person or a start-up person? Here are a few questions to consider.
Thinking about changing jobs? You’re not alone. Lisa Foley found her new job at a Bedford technology company through a colleague.
On the job
When the Boston Celtics order sandwiches from Bakers’ Best, they like them “just so,’’ said Ann MacDougall, corporate production manager at the Needham catering company.
Web developer Deborah Porter, with a background in database and Web management, wondered why she rarely gets called in for an interview.
Telephone interviews have certainly grown in terms of popularity. It is a method of quickly screening candidates without either party having to tangle with the logistics of an in-person interview (e.g., weather, traffic, etc.). Here are some telephone interview tips:
Etiquette at Work
Q. A colleague received a gift, a nicely engraved pen. Unfortunately, his name was misspelled. Do you think he should mention the mistake, and if so, should it be included in the thank-you card, perhaps as a humorous note?