Employers

What You Need to Know About the Future of the Job Search

People can expect trends like artificial intelligence, online personas and mobile applications to continue to transform our world.

Glassdoor

Why Employer Branding Is So Important

Employer branding will help you hire new employees, create a strong company culture and even reduce marketing costs.

Ceren Cubukcu

Ask Yourself These 10 Questions Before Accepting a Job Offer

Just because someone offers you a job doesn't necessarily mean that you should take it.

Sarah Landrum

The Interview Question That Employers Should Stop Asking

A recent survey found that 53 percent of people think employers should not be asking this traditional interview question.

Rose Leadem

7 Signs Your Employees Are Unhappy and What to Do About It

Are your workers "reaching for the minimum"? Clock-watching? Fidgeting? Those are all clues.

Jayson DeMers

10 Things Your LinkedIn Profile Should Reveal in 10 Seconds

Your profile should answer these ten questions quickly in order to satisfy employers who don't have a lot of free time to spare.

Sarah Landrum

Why Company Leaders Need to Help Employees Advance Their Careers

A recent national survey finds a huge disconnect between employers and job seekers. It's time they got on the same page.

Matt Mayberry

What Kind of Employee Will Always Have a Job? An Entrepreneur.

Stability isn't something that's guaranteed at large companies. It's something that you have to make for yourself.

Josh Steimle

The Big Thing Missing From National Small Business Week

While we celebrate the majority of our nation's employers, we should not forget about those other businesses.

Gene Marks

The Legal Issues That Could Change Franchising Forever

Franchising has been in the hot seat in the past year, as a number of legal and political conflicts -- minimum wage, protections for frachisees and the role of franchisors in labor disputes -- have come to a head.

Jason Daley

Still Stumped by Obamacare? Health Co-Ops May be an Option.

Run by members, not shareholders, health co-ops might offer a strong alternative to small businesses weighing their coverage alternatives.