It is the number one reason people leave a job: they hate their boss. From being micro-managed, talked down to like a child or having a manager who drew conclusions before having all the facts, a lot worker have “Boss from Hell” stories.
South Floridians still stuck in the unemployment line may be in luck. New national data shows that people have higher likelihood of being hired within the Sunshine State.
LinkedIn, the leading jobs network, has a new competitor: Facebook.
Ceremonies across South Florida on Sunday honored veterans who have served out country. Many men and women, who have returned from duty, have found a difficult job market when the get home.
One financial services company forecast calls for Florida’s economic recovery to take much longer than many anticipated.
Most of us see our spouses when we get home, but what if you only saw your spouse on weekends and had to jump on a plane to do so. The economy is forcing more and more couples into commuter marriages and CBS4’s Cynthia Demos shows us the good and the bad of this growing trend.
The closing bell may have reverberated throughout Wall Street and among financial analysts, but not so much among many Americans on the street.
We’ve all heard that it is easier to get a job when you already have a job. Millions of Americans looking for work are coming to believe its true.
Recently in South Florida, a seminar was held that was geared towards finding a job for people who are over 50 and have been hit hard but recent cut backs in our poor economy.
While companies have started to pick up their hiring in 2011, in South Florida, if you’re waiting to find your perfect, full-time job with great benefits, good luck.