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Carreer Outlook For Virtual Assistant…..

Comments Off on Carreer Outlook For Virtual Assistant…..Written on January 22nd, 2018 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about. Career outlook for virtual assistants,  How working for yourself can actually be less risky than changing jobs, Are employers required to give workers meal and rest breaks, Your company’s future leaders may be right under your nose. If you’re an agency recruiter or hiring company, stop by and visit RecruitAlliance.

Career outlook for virtual assistants: I’m not sure if that is because it’s a new field or because the tasks done by VA’s are as varied as the VA’s themselves. One has to examine similar fields and skill-sets to see how VA’s will fare in the years to come. The career outlook for Virtual Assistance is above average if you look at similar fields.  The question of “Will this job still be around in 20 years?” is answered by looking at the services that a specific VA is offering. Compare the VA’s services to closely-related “traditional” employment positions. …Read More…

How working for yourself can actually be less risky than changing jobs:  Since setting up Davidson Gray to invest in and support recruitment business start-ups, I must have had hundreds of conversations with recruiters considering working for themselves. The biggest reason by far most recruiters settle for a new job rather than setting up, is the desire for security. However, is moving jobs really more secure? …Read More…

Are employers required to give workers meal and rest breaks:  Employers may have a difficult time figuring out which employees are entitled to take meal and rest breaks and what rules they have to follow when offering those breaks. Do workers have to be paid for breaks? Do breaks have to be taken at a certain time during the shift? Here's what employment law attorneys told SHRM Online.…Read More…

Your company’s future leaders may be right under your nose: Maybe she stutters or is nervous speaking in front of others and so doesn't come across as self-confident. Maybe he's quite overweight and so you discount him as lazy or undisciplined. Or perhaps she's very young and new to your company, and you assume she's not ready for more responsibility.  Regardless, these employees may have the potential to be leaders in your organization, and you could be overlooking them. That happens more often than one might think, says Steve Hrop, vice president of organizational development services at Caliper, a Princeton, N.J.-based company that specializes in employee assessments and talent management. ...Readmore...
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