Should You Hire Someone With Tattoos?

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Disney recently made news by announcing changes to its dress code for theme park employees aimed at “amplifying diversity, inclusion, and individual expression among its workforce,” according to a report in Entertainment Weekly. Among the changes are relaxed guidelines for “gender-inclusive hairstyles, jewelry, nail styles, and costume choices; and allowing appropriate visible tattoos,” said Disney Parks… Read more »

Three Paths Your Welding Job Could Take

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In November of last year, we posted a 5-minute overview of welding as a trade and job opportunity. We highlighted some statistics showing that welding was becoming more lucrative, and that welding job openings were on the rise. Finally, we outlined the relatively quick path to establishing yourself as a welder. If you’re still considering… Read more »

Four Factors Driving Employee Morale

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Most employers are keenly aware of the critical nature of employee engagement – a measure of the emotional commitment workers have to their jobs. When employees are engaged, morale is high and businesses are more successful. According to Smarp, an employee communication and advocacy group, companies with high employee engagement are 22% more profitable. Unfortunately,… Read more »

5 Tips for Owning Your Video Interview

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Even though COVID-19 restrictions are being lifted and professional life seems to be returning to normal, businesses are still heavily relying on video interviews as part of their recruitment efforts. In fact, a study by StandOut CV and JD-Library showed that 60% of employers plan on keeping video interviews of candidates as part of their… Read more »