There was a time when negotiating a job offer was like picking fruit off a tree the benefits and perks were in season and ripe for harvest. The drive was to attract talent with anything that might work to intrigue and hook the candidate (and his spouse). Times were high, and that benefit slice of the full compensation pie was significant and ever tasty.
Expedia/Egencia study reveals the deep dependence modern travelers have on their mobile devices defined as a smartphone, tablet, e-reader, laptop or smartwatch. Worldwide, 94% of people bring at least one mobile device when they take personal vacations, and 97% bring at least one device on business trips.
6 in 10 recent graduates already pursuing advanced degree or plan to in the next year; 9 in 10 think college is worth the investment in the long run; 4 in 10 dont think college prepared them for real world
Questex Hospitality + Travel has promoted Danielle Cirami-Gillis to vice president of event sales, responsible for leading the companys sales efforts that target the leisure travel market and meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE) segment.
Meeting Attendees Have Higher Level of Interest in Events Apps than Social Media Initiatives - Meeting Planners Remain Interested in Virtual Meetings but Lag Behind Attendees Who Want More Virtual Experiences
Employers spend a good deal of time and money on building a candidate experience that will keep their talent pipelines well-stocked, but how much of that investment is hindered by their own technology - or lack thereof?
In the sprawling United States economy, the types of jobs that define entire regions are as a diverse as the geographies that shape borders and the people who live within them. Simply put, there are some jobs you can only seem to find in certain places. Using a measurement called location quotient (LQ), CareerBuilder and Economic Modeling Specialists Intl. reveal the occupation that is most unique to each state through 2013.