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79% of Employers Feel There Aren't Enough Skilled Workers Applying for Jobs: Intry is Helping to Connect Qualified Candidates With Employers - PRNewswire

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79% of Employers Feel There Aren't Enough Skilled Workers Applying for Jobs: Intry is Helping to Connect Qualified Candidates With Employers - PRNewswire79% of Employers Feel There Aren't Enough Skilled Workers Applying for Jobs: Intry is Helping to Connect Qualified Candidates With Employers - PRNewswirePosted: 30 Jun 2020 08:00 AM PDTAUSTIN, Texas, June 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Even the most qualified candidates are missing out on valuable opportunities to find stable employment due to overly strict filtering algorithms in applicant tracking systems (ATS). Intry's online employment tools and resources are helping job seekers overcome the ATS hurdle and get their resumes in front of recruiters and HR to fill the perceived skills gap that many employers believe exist.ATS tracking systems are the main culprit behind the startling number of resumes — up to 75% — that never actually reach a hiring manager or HR personnel. Developed to save time for HR staff reviewin…

Find the Right Remote Job for You - Uloop News

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Find the Right Remote Job for You - Uloop NewsFind the Right Remote Job for You - Uloop NewsDo your research before hiring a freelancer, BBB warns - WPRI.comScammers now posing as freelance workers - The Item - Worcester TelegramFind the Right Remote Job for You - Uloop NewsPosted: 30 Jun 2020 04:46 AM PDTOur world and especially our workforce have changed dramatically since the global outbreak of Covid-19. Whether you have recently lost a job, been furloughed, or are just setting out in a new job market, there is a strong likelihood that you might be looking for remote work. Because of the risks involved with office spaces, more and more companies are opting to hire people to work remotely rather than require them to come into an office. If working remotely is something that you're interested in, this is good news as many companies are now more open to remote workers than they probably were before. However, just like any job, just because it is remote doesn't mean that it is …

On-demand Business Startup Ideas for Entrepreneurs in Post COVID-19 world - YourStory

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Illinois state workers receive $1,300 pay raises July 1 - Illinois Policy

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Illinois state workers receive $1,300 pay raises July 1 - Illinois PolicyIllinois state workers receive $1,300 pay raises July 1 - Illinois PolicyPosted: 29 Jun 2020 09:09 PM PDT State workers represented by AFSCME Council 31 will see pay increases averaging $1,343 starting July 1. Total cost of the raises is $261 million as COVID-19 continues depleting state revenues.Nearly 1 in 4 Illinoisans remain out of work in the wake of the COVID-19 economic crisis and Gov. J.B. Pritzker's stay-at-home orders.Yet despite the devastating financial situation for many families throughout the state, $261 million in scheduled raises for thousands of state employees go into effect July 1 – with the average employee seeing a $1,343 increase in wages.These pay increases were part of a contract negotiated between Pritzker and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Council 31 on behalf of approximately 38,000 state workers.The contract included two raises on July 1: a general…

What are the California school rules for online learning? - Los Angeles Times

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What are the California school rules for online learning? - Los Angeles TimesWhat are the California school rules for online learning? - Los Angeles TimesCalifornia school districts forced to move to virtual recruiting — and it's working - EdSourceThe pandemic is threatening grad students and all they contribute to their universities (opinion) - Inside Higher EdKlassroom's Teacher Certification Program provides new college graduates with an affordable path to teacher licensure - EIN NewsWhat are the California school rules for online learning? - Los Angeles TimesPosted: 30 Jun 2020 01:14 AM PDT When it comes to education, the new state budget goes beyond providing $70.5 billion in funding for K-12 schools — it sets fundamental accountability rules for a new era of distance learning in California by requiring teachers to take online attendance and document student learning.The budget bill, which Gov. Gavin Newsom is expected to sign, anticipates that schools will conti…

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