Retailers are very optimistic about the 2016 holiday season. Their plans for hiring seasonal (temporary) workers are at an all-time high. From traditional retailing jobs like cashier or shop floor helpers to back office work and warehouse shipping fulfillment, there
There’s a lot of pressure these days to get experience before getting a job. That’s why many people are seeking out internships rather than applying for full time jobs. Besides the experience you’ll gain, internships also offer the chance to
By Codrin Arsene It’s always been surprising to me how small is the number of people who negotiate for a salary increase. Care to take a guess at the magic number? 37% (source). Yup. That’s it. The wide majority of
By Codrin Arsene Taking on a temporary or contingent job may sound scary or less ideal because your employment has a clear expiration date. Guess what: as of last year, 40% of all workers in America have temporary jobs (source:
By Codrin Arsene Anti-Millennial work bias: why employees can’t stand us and what we can do about it? Millennials account for more than 40% of the current US workforce and represent the highest percentage of active employees across all generations.
With the advent of apps and the introduction of the “gig” economy, less and less people are seeking “normal” jobs. What is a normal job? For the purpose of this article, let’s assume a normal job to be a scheduled,
Coffee has changed dramatically over the last couple decades, especially in major cities like San Francisco and New York. Starbucks introduced us to espresso and milk based drinks. Specialty coffee shops have taken these drinks to the next level, refining
By Codrin Arsene Whether you go to Harvard or University of Forrest Lake, getting an internship is something millions of students try to achieve every year. And sure, the university you’re coming from MAY help get you through the door