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+3Coinciding with the tightening job market is a gloomy statistic: Few American workers are saving for potential layoffs. According to an Adecco USA Workplace Insights survey, only one-quarter of workers claimed to be saving for unemployment, and 58 percent had no plans to put money aside for a job loss. You've probably heard that you should have at least six months ...Rated: +3
+1If you're among the millions of people who have lost their jobs since the recession started in December 2007, you’re facing some daunting financial questions. One may be: What should I do with my 401k? While raiding your 401k to pad your bank account during your time of transition may seem appealing, doing so could sabotage your chances of a financially ...Rated: +1
+1There’s a growing backlash against credit history background checks in the hiring process. At the head of the movement is Jacqueline Berrien, the chair of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. According to labor experts I’ve been talking to in the months since she got the top post at the government agency in April, she doesn’t much like credit checks and has ...Rated: +1
Rate[photo:6293] General Mills General Mills manufacturers and markets some of the world’s best-loved brands landing at a store near you. Popular kitchen characters like the Green Giant and the Pillsbury Doughboy help secure its place as the sixth largest food company in the world. To advance its mission to “nourish lives by making lives healthier, easier and richer”, the Community Action ...
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