Florence Battaglia, RN Florence, a registered nurse for more than 20 years, has been a part of the Adecco Medical & Science team since 2006. She has supported a variety of clients, including flu clinics, schools, large organizations, local startups and the United States Postal Service. Today, Florence is an occupational health nurse at a […] Read Article “Featured Nurse 3 of the Week : Florence Battaglia, RN”
We’re almost halfway through Nurses’ Week already! We’d like for you to meet our 2nd featured nurse of the week, Melanie Torres, RN. Stay tuned everyday this week for more nurses on display! Melanie Torres, RN Melanie has been a registered nurse since 2001 and recently worked in a hospital as part of the facility’s […] Read Article “Nurses Week Featured Nurse 2 | Melanie Torres, RN”
Patients, doctors, families and facilities all rely on you throughout the year, and you come through every time. That’s why, in honor of National Nurses Week, May 6-12, we wanted to extend our sincere appreciation for your hard work and your commitment to your patients and our company.
This morning’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) employment report for the month of April showed encouraging data with the addition of 165,000 jobs and a slightly changed, but lower, unemployment rate of 7.5%. Positive revisions to the February report — initially strong at 268,000 — increased the total to 332,000 jobs, while growth was seen […] Read Article “A Closer Look at the Jobs Report”
With the average unemployment rate plateauing around 7.6% Detroit and Los Angeles soar well above that average. It’s time we stand up to unemployment around the world. Join us in spreading the word by participating in Way to Work and our newest initiative Around the World in 80 Jobs.
By Scott Westcott What’s it take to attract millennial talent? More and more employers are asking that question as the 18-to-33 year-old age group fast becomes the largest percentage of the U.S. workforce. Yet employers are finding that it takes more than simply posting open jobs to attract talented Millennials, who bring with them unique […] Read Article “How to Attract Top Millennal Talent”
The new generation of workers and college grads entering the workforce today are in the group called Millennials. This new workforce was predominately born after 1982 and before 2002. This group is also known as Gen Y, Gen X and is sometimes referred to as Gen Z will be taking over many positions as the […] Read Article “Work-Life Balance and the Millennial Mindset”
Is the resume headed for extinction? And if so, could Google kill it off? The short answer – probably, but don’t write the obituary for the traditional resume just yet. Career experts generally agree that the resume remains a requirement in a job seeker’s toolkit. That being said, the rise of the Internet, social networks, […] Read Article “Has Google Replaced the Resume?”
After a near two-month hiatus, the BLS released its latest “Metropolitan Area Employment and Unemployment” report on March 22nd – the first report of the year to focus on 2013 employment data. As usual, the report was encouraging, as a majority of the United States’ metro areas recorded lower unemployment rates in January 2013 than […] Read Article “Metropolitan Unemployment Continues to Steadily Decline”
Fortune magazine’s annual report on the World’s Most Admired Companies is a veritable Who’s Who of the world’s biggest and best-loved brands. It’s also a great list of companies to target when embarking on your job search.