Tag: Research

Job Applicants with Disabilities: Part 2 – Requesting Reasonable Accommodation

This guest post article is written by LegalMatch.   What Can an Employer Ask Me During an Interview? Under the ADA and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, interviewers typically cannot ask you questions about your health or abilities unless it concerns the job’s essential functions. For example, if you […]

Job Applicants with Disabilities: Part 1 – Assessing a Job Description

This  guest post article is written by LegalMatch.     Job searching with a disability is a stressful endeavor. Too often, you might face uncomfortable questions or assumptions about your abilities. However, federal and state laws offer important protections to disabled workers. Learn more about how the Americans with Disabilities […]

9 Questions To Ask Before Launching Your Job Search

So this is the year you are finally ready to change jobs. Congratulations! Before you dust off your resume, there are some questions you need to ask before launching your job search. But first, let me warn you about a few things. Some employers have been known to terminate employees […]

Find the Professional Career That’s Fit for You

The beginning of the year tends to be when we all often go through a desire to do better for ourselves in the year ahead. One area that is typically reviewed is the professional career. We all start to think: Am I making professional progress? Am I in the right […]

4 Ways to Spot Employers Using Applicant Tracking Systems to Screen Resumes

In an earlier post we provided tips to producing a well-written resume with a resume checklist, and we indicated the importance of having an applicant tracking system-ready, or ATS-ready, resume. As more employers are inundated with resumes, it becomes harder to find the right talent. So, many employers have resorted […]