Employers tap every resource to find and retain workers, but some job seekers forgoing traditional full-time jobs for flexibility of consulting or starting their own business.
Experts, including those in Northwest Indiana, say a focus on employee well-being is one of the next workplace trends as the pandemic subsides.
HR professional Cyndi Harbin says companies should create action plans for keeping employees safe as they return to the office from shelter-in-place orders.
Real-world work experience not only looks good on a resume, it helps students get a head start on their careers.
Efforts underway to ensure Indiana’s employees develop foundation skills along with technical expertise An organization’s workforce recruiting efforts typically focus on technical skills and industry knowledge. But experts say there’s more to finding the right worker than looking at a resume. Individuals with hiring responsibilities say soft skills are in demand. That includes the ability […]
Local companies go straight to the source for new employees Jacob Brunetti will be graduating this spring from Purdue University Northwest in Hammond with a degree in computer science. To get a jump on finding a position, the 22-year-old Munster resident attended a career fair at PUN’s Westville campus in February. Unlike a standard job […]