Category: Blog

Disneyland Resort Now Offering $15 Minimum Wage

Disneyland Resort announced today that thousands more of its cast members will receive $15 minimum rates, one of the highest minimum wages in the country—three years before California’s scheduled increase. Delivering on the largest wage increases for cast members in its history, the Disneyland Resort is also paying increased minimum rates to thousands of hourly non-union cast […]

Help Wanted: Construction Project Manager in San Jose

The founders of MAI Construction, Inc. are currently seeking applications for a Construction Project Manager. To learn more about the position and what skills and experience the founders of MAI Construction require in their applicants, please visit https://maiconst.com/mai-construction-is-hiring-for-construction-project-manager/. As a company spokesperson noted, they are looking for a motivated Project Manager […]

Cognizant Arizona Expansion to Add 500 New Technology Jobs in Mesa

Cognizant today announced the opening of its newest U.S. regional technology and service delivery center in Mesa, Ariz.  The center will house over 500 new employees, increasing Cognizant’s statewide workforce to nearly 3,000 employees at facilities in Phoenix, Chandler and Mesa as it addresses strong demand for specialized digital technology and business process services.   Opening ceremonies […]

Report: More Than Half of Employers Have Found Content on Social Media That Caused Them NOT to Hire a Candidate

Seven in ten employers (70 percent) use social networking sites to research job candidates during hiring process- Nearly half of employers (48 percent) check up on current employees on social media- A third of employers (34 percent) have reprimanded or fired an employee based on content found online. Your social […]

3 in 5 employers are planning to hire full-time workers in the back half of 2018

As employers grapple with a highly competitive hiring environment that is causing prolonged job vacancies across the U.S., workers are reaping the benefits. According to CareerBuilder’s Midyear Job Forecast, 63 percent of U.S. employers plan to hire full-time, permanent workers in the second half of 2018, up from 60 percent last year. A […]