President Trump has declared October 2017 as National Disability Employment Awareness Month. With the theme “Inclusion Drives Innovation,” the month provides employers with a reminder that they should examine their accommodation practices under the ADA.
Seventeen states and the District of Columbia sued U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos Tuesday for what they allege is the “unlawful” delay of the gainful employment rule meant to stop predatory practices by the for-profit college industry.
At a time when Government of India is struggling to avoid economic recession in the country, technology, foreign direct investment, services and retail sectors will facilitate to maintain an average level of economic growth and employment opportunities in.
While still attending USC, Kearns decided to complete his LinkedIn profile and see what opportunities might become available ... Don’t forget the “Jobs” and “Alumni” tools Use the “Alumni” tool to see who at your targeted company graduated.
Trucking employment stagnant: Total employment in the for-hire trucking industry was nearly flat in September falling by 100 jobs, according to the Department of Labor’s monthly Employment Situation Report. Trucking industry employment has been stagnant.
Bridgehampton National Bank (BNB) has joined forces with United Cerebral Palsy to help provide qualified workers with disabilities the opportunity to connect with Long Island employers through the newly unveiled UCP Employment Connection Van. "The.
Herring today joined a coalition of 18 state attorneys general in suing the U.S. Department of Education and Secretary Betsy DeVos for refusing to enforce the Gainful Employment Rule, a federal regulation designed to protect students from predatory for.
According to its APAC Employment Monitor, Singapore is the only country that experienced an increase in the number of jobs available, even if it "had exhibited all the hallmarks of an employment downturn." “To see such positive employment numbers out of.
Career advice expert Amanda Augustine tells Business Insider that candidates should use LinkedIn to locate the creator of the job listing or run a standard Google search to find additional information on the company or the appropriate department director.
The proof is in the stats. The U.S. lost some 7 million factory jobs since 1979, the peak of manufacturing employment. The culprit includes smarter technology, shifting demographics, and the lure of manufacturing to the lowest-cost provider, usually overseas.