Jobbing Archive: April, 2010

Next up, a global team

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If Temple University wanted to create an advertisement to showcase its diversity, it could have saved itself a lot of work by photographing... Read more

Back-in-the-saddle etiquette

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With the job market picking up, some people who had lost their jobs are beginning to return to the workplace. Yes, it was tremendously scary... Read more

Adrianna, Shannon, Jane and the rest of the tribe

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Because I have two college-aged children myself, I often think about their future and their job prospects. Their lives have a way of stirring... Read more

Pay cuts and the market

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Yesterday I wrote about how much "fun" I had reading an SEC filing for CDI Corp., the Philadelphia-based staffing company that specializes... Read more

Top, middle and bottom

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OK, it's not romance novel with a hot, hot, hot description of ..., or even a quirky English murder mystery (last one I read had the victim... Read more

Ratios aren't just numbers

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Hospital staffing levels and nurse-patient ratios are more complicated than I thought. Right now, all the people in health care are saying... Read more

Count him out

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Richard, I'll call him, lives in Chester, is 59 and unemployed, so when the U.S. Census Bureau started advertising for census takers, he applied... Read more

Lipstick on a pig

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Towers Watson's findings on Consumer-Directed Health Plans published in Human Resource Executive Online come as no surprise to me. The findings... Read more