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Update Your Resume Often on Granted No Matter the Job Situation

Update Your Resume Often on Granted No Matter the Job Situation

An excellent piece of career advice floating around these days is that you should update your resume as often as possible so it does not get stale. Maybe you have…

When Loyalty Pays Off

When Loyalty Pays Off

  When I worked my first job as a dishwasher, I would come home stinking of food every night. My dad, who drove me home, encouraged me seek new employment.…

Post Your Resume on Granted Today

Post Your Resume on Granted Today

Having a strong resume is the cornerstone to finding your next job, which is why you need to make sure it sparkles from top to bottom prior to sending it…

Part-Time Workers May See Decline in Hours

Part-Time Workers May See Decline in Hours

There will be over 50 part-time workers, all of whom are uninsured, who will see a decline in the amount of hours available to them this week. The reason for…

Courts Decide if Firefighter Should be Paid as a Volunteer or as an Employee

Courts Decide if Firefighter Should be Paid as a Volunteer or as an Employee

A firefighter for the Key Largo Volunteer Fire Department in Florida sued, claiming that he was not being paid minimum wage or overtime. The question in court became one of…

Judge Confirms Firing of Administrator

Judge Confirms Firing of Administrator

A judge in Lebanon County has confirmed the firing of an administration for the Lebanon school board after the administrator was accused of lying to the school officials. The Judge,…

Coverys Recently Promoted Employees

Coverys Recently Promoted Employees

The Coverys Company, known for being a provider of liability insurance, has recently made a major announcement about the promotion of several employees working for the company. Three employees, Donna…

Employment Issues for Veterans

Employment Issues for Veterans

Jack Choate, a 48 year old man, once drove a truck for the Army National Guard of Ohio while Iraq war was taking place but ended up losing his job…

New Challenges in Idaho for Older Workers

New Challenges in Idaho for Older Workers

Mark Slussler has worked has as a power engineer in Idaho for nearly three decades. However, he has plans to retire during the month of July. And, as he leaves…

Employers Using Social Media to Learn More About Job Applicants

Employers Using Social Media to Learn More About Job Applicants

There was a time when employers learned what they could about prospective employees with information garnered from interviews and background checks. A recent survey from CareerBuilder, however, showed that your…

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