GOOD PEOPLE, GOOD BUSINESS Trained Employees Waiting at the Station
How much do I invest in my employees?an age old question asked by many business owners and leaders who sometimes fear that trained-up employees will leave for another job opportunity, taking the train... Posted on 6/13/13 at 3:53 PM
4 MY FUTURE: CAREER AND CHARACTER EDUCATION Career Forums + Career Outlook = Promising Jobs for Students...
Central and Red River High School Career Centers promote job shadowing and career forums throughout the school year to all of our high school students in the Grand Forks School District. During the mo... Posted on 5/13/13 at 9:19 AM
BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD NORTH DAKOTA Blue Cross Blue Shield to hold job fair for PRACS workers
By Ryan Schuster
Like other Fargo-Moorhead employers, we were saddened to hear the news last week that PRACS Institute has closed its Fargo location, leaving more than 350 employees without jobs.
We... Posted on 3/25/13 at 1:26 PM
HEALTHBEAT The ethics of medical job shadowing: Who benefits?
The patient was about to undergo surgery when the surgeon came into the hospital room with "a clan of about six 'student doctors'."
It was uncomfortable and embarrassing:
As the young students craned... Posted on 3/13/13 at 10:57 AM
CUTE N' COMFY It's time to celebrate!
I have some wonderful news! This week I was offered a full-time job writing for the variety section Accent at Grand Fork Herald. It's the absolute perfect position for me, so, naturally, I accepted. I... Posted on 3/8/13 at 1:22 AM
Fewer public workers in Minnesota are opting for early retirement, due in part to the struggling economy and changes in rules that had previously given employees incentives to quit working in their late 50s. And the trend is expected to continue.
Underneath the huge drop in demand that drove unemployment up to 9 percent during the recession, there’s been an important shift in the education-to-work model in America. Anyone who’s been looking for a job knows what I mean.
Kelly Elsner found his second calling Tuesday night -- amateur firefighter.
As fires closed in on his Hubbard County Road 111 home and well drilling business south of Park Rapids, Elsner called his employees back to work.
“Come back as fast as you can,” were his instructions.
Mike Eades officiated a late-night, Big Ten showdown between Michigan and Indiana this season, and early the next afternoon was 900 miles away calling a game at Connecticut. John Gaffney? He called two Big East games 185 miles apart — on the same day. And then there is Karl Hess, who refereed games 22 of the first 23 days of the season, including 16 straight.
Even if Congress heeds President Barack Obama's demands to "pass this bill right away" and enacts his jobs and tax plan in its entirety, the unemployment rate probably still would hover in nosebleed territory for at least three more years.
When former missileers at the long-abandoned Stanley R. Mickelsen Safeguard Complex return to Nekoma next July for a reunion, the concrete pyramid on the prairie likely will be abuzz again — with hope for a new life.
I'm concerned that my boss doesn't behave professionally — she even chews gum in meetings! I'm afraid to look like a professional snob, but I think she's making us look bad. Can you write about it so we can put your column on her chair?
When the latest jobless numbers came out earlier this month, economists played leap frog with each other, trying to out-shout each other: "Only 247,000 jobs were lost! The recession is over!" Well, try telling that to the millions of Americans who are out of work, and especially those 247,000 who lost their jobs in July.
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