“Valuing diversity means acknowledging that other people, other races, other voices and other cultures have as much integrity and as much claim on the world as you do. It is the recognition that there are other ways of seeing the world, solving problems, and working together.” (ASME’s website.) Read on for more thoughts and resources for seeking a diversity-focused employer.
Wouldnâ€™t it be nice if there were a sure-fire way to avoid working for an abusive boss? One good plan is to search for a job at an award-winning company known for treating employees well! Elvira Aletta offered some other â€œrulesâ€ on her recent post. Click through to my blog at GreatPlaceJobs to read all of the tips and commentary!
Are you still waiting for things to look up in the job market? You may be waiting a while…All indications are that we are in for a bit of a bumpy road for the next patch. But, all is not lost for job seekers! Did you know that workplaces that have been recognized as “great,” such as those highlighted on GreatPlaceJobs, historically outperformed the general market and are less likely to have to resort to layoffs during tough times?
These award-winning employers typically offer better job security, which is a terrific benefit for anyone who needs a job!
Fortune announced its Best Companies to Work for in 2008.Â Based on employee surveys, Google ranked #1, probably as a result of their unique company culture, benefits and work environment. What makes a great company?Â Great pay and perks, training, job growth and flexibility are among the characteristics that employees appreciate in their work place.Â […]