There are several reasons candidates turn down job offers. Here’s one that’s becoming more common:
Seems as if just about everyone’s jumping on the four-day-week bandwagon as a cure for rising commuting costs. If you’re thinking about joining the crowd, don’t step on the gas pedal just yet.
Rising gas prices are making it harder for some companies to recruit and keep top performers. What are employers doing about it?
Commuting costs are becoming more of a concern for employees everywhere. But does that mean companies should only hire workers who live nearby?
What’s the latest incentive companies are offering in light of rising fuel prices?
New research shows many companies might have to make some changes to keep top performers.
Employees are rarely paid for the time it takes them to get to work. But how much control can a company place on employees’ commutes before that time becomes “hours worked?” Read the facts of this real-life case and decide: Who won?
Soaring gas prices are making it harder to attract potential employees who live far from the workplace. But it’s also giving companies the chance to offer candidates valuable transportation benefits.
The question, once again, is whether employees have the right to keep guns locked in their cars while at work. Another state has legislated the matter.
One state may be on its way to outlawing a fashion made popular in part by teenagers. If the anti-droopy-drawers bill becomes law, are businesses next up for fashion conscious legislators?