Create site for people who speak more than two languages and have connections in other countries. A type of "Global Social Network". Employers can use candidates to serve as liasons or guides to understanding different cultures and the best way to do business and/or marketing. This site could also greatly benefit Conservation/Environmentalists organizations trying to navigate through governmental red tape.
Great idea for job seekers and employers alike
A must click for employers looking to hire and the older job seeker. Helps to improve lives of older people by helping them to find training and employment.in their community. Facilitate the long and difficult task for an employer of best job matching between their hiring needs and a trained, reliable,,honest Experience Works participant.
This is tool is awesome! It's online, diverse in content, and developed to increase scholastic and workforce knowledges. It is great for students of all ages and subject concentrations.
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In today's economy, the normal and standard procedures to help people has changed. Historically, job service centers existed to assist people find a job. In an economy with job excess, it would be a perfect fit, but we are no longer in an ideal economy and the practices at workforce centers is no longer adequate. The philosophy of job service centers has been 'help a person get a job' for years. The mindset of these center... more »
Discrimination in Employment Fourteen states prohibit employment discrimination against qualified applicants with criminal histories; in some of these (AZ, CO, CT, FL, KY, LA, MN, NM, and WA) the laws only apply to public employers and occupational licensing agencies. In only five of these fourteen states (HI, KS, PA, NY, and WI) does this pertain to public and private employers—respectively, these statutes express that:... more »
When an employer is posting a position they should be required to use some form of secure pin or FEIN or similar ID to verify that the position is valid. A lot of postings (not all) on various job boards have been traced to websites whose sole purpose is to gather marketing information not provide gainful employment. This is not proper use of taxpayers' resources.