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More Flexibility in the Workforce: A Catalyst for Growth?

12 December 2012

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Sallie Krawcheck poses an interesting question on workplace flexibility in LinkedIn’s 50 Big Ideas for 2013: The US economic recovery is tepid at best, with growth in short supply. At the same time, progress on gender diversity has stalled, with the number of women in senior roles plateauing. Solving the second challenge can help the [...]

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Size Matters? How Big is your Ideal Company?

20 March 2012

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  Here are interesting insights into where people would want to work if they considered only the size of the company. Interestingly, while it’s pretty ev Related Posts:Layoffs and Restructure at GoogleHow is the Economy and Recession Affecting *YOU*?Utah Jobs GrowingFive Factors Affecting Your FutureNew Feature: Apply For Jobs with Your LinkedIn Profile

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Salary Infographic 2012

6 March 2012

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How are salaries shaping up? Take a look at PayScale’s annual infographic on the matter: Related Posts:Wanted: Real, CREATIVE ways to cut commute costs. NOW.Size Matters? How Big is your Ideal Company?Still Sending Out Resumes? You’re Doing it WrongSeeking Advice on Salary NegotiationsLayoffs and Restructure at Google

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Still Sending Out Resumes? You’re Doing it Wrong

25 January 2012

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Yesterday on Marketplace, Kai Ryssdal interviewed Jai Damian, a hard-working American working part-time though she wants a full-time job.  The article was about her predictions on the State of the Union Address from President Obama that aired later in the evening (Damian shared her comments after hearing the SOTU address in this follow-up piece). The [...]

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Live and Work at Adobe in Utah

21 April 2011

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Live in Utah, work at Adobe – Adobe is strongly committed to fostering a diverse workplace. We are expanding our team in Utah and are in search of exceptional employees from various backgrounds and experiences. Check out the video to see what life is like in Utah and hear from some of our employees. Come [...]

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EnticeLabs Receives $2 Million from First Advantage and Omniture Founders

28 September 2009

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Welcome news to the ears of the great team at EnticeLabs, First Advantage and Omniture’s founders Josh James and John Pestana have chipped in $2 Million in funding to add to the $1.3 Million the Provo, Utah startup has already received in the past. Techcrunch broke the news earlier today. Over the past few years, [...]

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Salt Lake City, Utah Ranks 5th Best US Market for Job Seekers

2 September 2009

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Data released today by job aggregation service SimplyHired shows that Salt Lake City ranks fifth of the top five markets for job seekers when comparing the number of job-seekers for each unique job. The rankings were “determined by the ratio of job seekers to unique open positions (duplicates removed) in metro areas around the country.”  [...]

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Breaking News: Employees Want Respect

23 March 2009

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In other news, sky is blue and water is wet. I will never forget the day I came around this corner in Boston near the Bell Atlantic building (Now Verizon) on my way to work and found hundreds of 411-information workers picketing. This was late summer 1998. The economy was booming beyond its bounds. The [...]

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Layoffs and Restructure at Google

20 January 2009

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Google announced on their blog recently that they’ve not only reduced the number of contractors they’re employing but they’re now reducing the number of recruiters on staff by about 100: Our first step to address this was to wind down almost all our contracts with external contractors and vendors providing recruiting services for Google. However, [...]

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How is the Economy and Recession Affecting *YOU*?

18 November 2008

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Utah’s economy continues to outpace the United States, though we’re losing ground on key economic indicators, we’re losing that ground more slowly than the nation as a whole and many states around the country. September 2008 Unemployment Rate Utah VS. USA Click for latest employment situation report Utah: 3.5% U.S.: 6.1% Year-Over Nonfarm Growth Utah: [...]

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