At my first job in ‘the real world,’ one of my biggest complaints was the lack of recognition I received for my hard work. I didn’t have this “entitlement attitude” that people speak of these days – I didn’t feel my company owed me anything, in fact.
After 4 years of working in the same city, it was time for a change. So, I packed up and moved – but not without looking for a job first. While I didn’t find one that was willing to pay for my move to the new job, one-third of employers say they have paid to relocate an employee from another area to their company’s location in the last two years, according to a new study from CareerBuilder.com and Apartments.com.
With summer coming to a close and the holiday season not far around the corner, seasonal hiring is on the rise.
Heather Mayfield, vice president of Training and Operations for Snelling Staffing Services, tells us the who, what, where, when and why of seasonal hiring.