The Office of Disability Employment Policy maintains a commitment “to create an environment of mutual respect, tolerance and equal opportunity to all people without regard to race, color, sex, religion, creed, age, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, disabled veteran, Continue reading Lending a Helping Hand to Co-Workers With Disabilities
In this day and age of extreme automation, computers are rapidly replacing the many work force tasks that once were performed by humans. Do you think the pilot is really flying that plane you took on your vacation? Does a Continue reading Who Remains Relevant in Today’s Work Force?
One of the nations best-known charities is paying disabled workers as little as 22 cents an hour and its perfectly legal. This is because of a 75-year-old legal loophole according to a recent NBC news report. Nonprofit groups have taken Continue reading How Fair is the Fair Labor Act? Corporations and Nonprofits Take Advantage of Legal Loophole
Reentering the workforce can be a challenge no matter how good your excuse is: volunteering, working or studying abroad, starting a family, caring for a sick relative or coping with your own illness, or investing in your future by completing Continue reading Seven Tips for Reentering the Workforce
Since the ancient days, in the Mesopotamian civilization, writing has been a tool used to express feelings, relay messages, and help understand what is misunderstood. Before Alexander Graham Bell introduced the telephone, writing letters was the prime method used to communicate with Continue reading You’ve Got Mail
By:Adam Eisenstein Early one morning, I was able to snag an hour with our Executive Vice President of Human Resources, JohnBerisford, and get him to talk about a wide range of subjects: why he joined McGraw-Hill, growth areas in our Continue reading What You Don’t Know About Working at McGraw-Hill