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Each week Blogging4Jobs brings you the Top Workplace Blogs of the Week. These blogs come from all across the internet and highlight important topics being discussed in the space. We serve as your weekly recap of top blogs that we’ve read throughout the week. If we’ve missed any, let us know.
TOP BLOGS OF THE WEEK
Offer a Full-time Position to Your Intern – Right Now!: Securing fresh young talent can seem impossible in a sea of applicants, not so though if you utilize your internship programs to their fullest. Ashley Mosley advises companies to take a page out of the book companies like Boeing and NetApp to save money and get great employees. Read More.
Obesity as a Workplace Disability? One Court Bucks the Trend and Says No.: The battle of the bulge moves into the courtroom as the classification of obesity as a disease leaves employers fighting against having to provide “Supersized” accommodations. Which way do you think the scales of the law tip? Read More.
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Work Out an Ideal Hiring Process to Boost Efficiency: The economic environmental pressure is building and companies are starting to re-realize the value of human equity. If you follow these tips by Florence Lewis you will be sure to find hiring success! Read More.
Age versus Fitness for Duty: Which Standard to Use?: With an aging population, age-discrimination becomes a hot-button issue. Should employees be judged by their age, or their ability to do the job? Read more.
Working All Those Hours For What?: Old school thought tells us that the longer your butt is in the chair at work, the harder of a worker you’re perceived to be. According to Robert C. Pozen in a modern, results-oriented environment an employee should be judged by the value they bring to the organization, and not their attendance record. Read More.
TOP BLOGGING4JOBS BLOG OF THE WEEK
Keeping Your Foot in the Door: Keeping current in a career field can be difficult, especially when family and life’s obligations take you away from the workforce. Keeping a foot in the door can be easier than you think! Read More.
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