According to a survey published by Collegeatlas.org of more than 2,000 hiring managers, 33 percent claimed to know whether they would hire someone within the first 90 seconds.
Sign-on bonuses for pizza delivery drivers. College scholarships for welders. Free tuition to become a certified nursing assistant. Incentives like these are becoming more common for area companies, who say they’re necessary to fill open positions in Fargo-Moorhead – where the metro area’s 3.3 percent unemployment rate has tightened the labor pool.
When Mark Veitenheimer purchased his home here in 2012, he considered the home warranty provided by the seller as little more than a few pages in a mountain of closing paperwork. He didn’t expect to actually ever use the policy, though he was a little concerned that the furnace was as old as the 1964 home.
WEST FARGO, N.D. – High Point Networks, a provider of voice and data network solutions, has achieved a great deal of success in its 10 years of business. The company...
FARGO – Matt McMillan has been named the new director of newspapers for Forum Communications Co. McMillan will oversee the publishers and general managers of the more than 35 daily...