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Criminal Background Check

How Today’s Work Schedules are Outdated and Could Be Hurting Your Employee Retention Rates In a recent NPR story that ran in March 2010, the question of modern-day work schedules was brought into the limelight. Not only are they outdated, say the experts, but they do not promote a healthy work-family-life balance for U.S. workers. […]

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Criminal Background Check

Older Women Take the Brunt of Unemployment Numbers in the U.S. (Listen to this story on NPR.org, from their Morning Edition show)   In a story featured on National Public Radio this week, the topic of unemployment rates was “top dog”. For many folks who are victims of the recession (or “mancession” as NPR put […]

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Criminal Background Searches

Up-and-Coming Career in this Struggling Economy: Health Informatics Perhaps at the worst time in the history of our national economy, it is promising to find that gold nugget, or light at the end of a very long, dark tunnel; a career in health informatics. As the rest of the country struggles to stay afloat, the […]

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Employment Background Screening

Jobless Rate Among African-Americans Alarmingly High, Experts Say At a time when many Americans are experiencing the worst employment rates in history, one group is suffering more than any other; African-Americans. In a story featured on CNNMoney this week, the experts at the National Urban League reported that the rate of unemployment was twice that […]

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Employment Background Screening

Inspiring Stories of Senior Americans Who Still Work for a Living Is it better to work to live or live to work? For these senior Americans, living to work is a common mantra and a part of their everyday lives. Doing what they love, well into their 9th and 10th decades is nothing short of […]

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Criminal Background Check

How Today’s Work Schedules are Outdated and Could Be Hurting Your Employee Retention Rates In a recent NPR story that ran in March 2010, the question of modern-day work schedules was brought into the limelight. Not only are they outdated, say the experts, but they do not promote a healthy work-family-life balance for U.S. workers. […]

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