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Northeast Indiana's HR problem: Hundreds of factory jobs go unfilled because college grads "aren't a good fit"
Company owners complain not enough tech school grads, skilled workers can pass arduous application process. The article says college grads with a four year degree are not hired because they are not a "good fit." These companies need to be looked at closely because this is why they cannot fill the positions. THEY REFUSE TO HIRE COLLEGE GRADUATES WHO CAN PASS THEIR TESTS. They want a factory worker and not a college grad. Guess what the difference is between the two. Human resource professionals know the difference but can only do what the boss says do. This situation is so unnecessary and has been going on all over the entire country for years. Northeast Indiana: Hundreds of factory jobs go unfilled
How the Debt Ceiling Issue Will Hit Ordinary Americans in the Wallet - DailyFinance: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"
It is our congressional leaders who are being "dicks." Debt ceiling issues usually get bipartisan support. Call your congressman or woman and tell them to raise the debt ceiling.
"It also matters because all the parts of our economy are intricately intertwined, like a woven basket where each reed relies upon the next for support. Say the government postpones payments to a contractor. That contractor may decide to hold off on that new ad campaign it had planned to launch. Now, people working in the advertising industry, and maybe the newspapers and television channels that rely on advertising dollars, start to feel the pinch, and so those people decide to start saving more and spending less, in case the economy takes a downturn. Because consumers are now spending less money, stores start seeing a decrease in sales, and respond by reducing employe…
According to a released Oct. 7 statement from NABJ, the advocacy group voiced concern over black flight from CNN. Ten days later at the National Association of Black Journalists Board of Directors Meeting, President Bob Butler announced that long-time supporter CNN has withdrawn support of NABJ for the 2015 Convention & Career Fair.
WASHINGTON (October 7, 2014) - The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) is concerned about the atmosphere for African Americans at CNN. Several African Americans anchors have left the anchor desk or CNN altogether in the past few years including Soledad O'Brien, TJ Holmes and Suzanne Malveaux. In addition the latest examination of newsroom managers finds only two African American executive producers. A former writer/producer in CNN's Los Angeles bureau filed a $5 million lawsuit against CNN on Monday that alleges discrimi…