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Americans continue to quit their jobs at near-record rates, with 4.3 million people handing in their resignations in January according to the government. The so called “Great Resignation” has sparked a reevaluation of work. Workers themselves blame bad pay, bad opportunities and bad bosses. Low pay, a dearth of opportunities for advancement, and feeling disrespected […]

Are you ready to head back to the office? You are not alone, a new One Poll survey revealed that nearly 9 out of 10 Americans are thrilled to return to work in 2022. 87% of the 803 polled are prepared to work full-time again in person and no longer want virtual meetings. Sixty percent want […]

In order to help combat the staffing issues in hospitals, nurses from Northwell Health in New York City arrived to support Strong Memorial Hospital by taking on patient care duties in the hospital’s ED and ICU. Yesterday, a cohort of eight Northwell Health Nurses and an administrative support team member began their work at the […]

Kellogg’s is not playing when it comes to making sure the show doesn’t stop but in this case production of their products. The union for 1400 Kellogg’s workers rejected the deal that would have given them a 3% raise. The workers continue to strike so Kellogg’s said it will replace those workers with new permanent […]

Looking for a Job? RIT’s Division of Finance and Administration is sponsoring an in-person staff hiring event hosted at the Center for Urban Entrepreneurship near the Liberty Pole at 40 Franklin Street from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 20th. If you are looking to explore career opportunities at RIT. You can connect with hiring managers […]

Last night continuing into today, Uniting & Healing through Hope of Monroe County is holding a “Stop the Violence Job Fair.” The fair can be found at the Holiday inn on State Street downtown from 9 am to 5 pm. Community organizers are hopeful for this event to provide a path to jobs that can […]

Tens of millions of Americans who work at companies with 100 or more employees will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 4 or get tested for the virus weekly under government rules. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration said companies that fail to comply could face penalties of nearly $14,000 per violation. The new […]

Yesterday, a virtual conference offered insight and advice for Rochester business owners looking to grow their businesses. At this conference, Venture Jobs Foundation aims to launch a new program, called Anchor Jobs. Anchor jobs are set to launch in 2022 and are designed to invest in businesses that agree to locate in an underserved area […]

If you are in the market for a job or career check out the United States Post Office in Webster and Rocheater. They will be holding a hiring event October 14th and 15th 10am -4pm. The event is in person and will be held at the Rochester Mail Processing Center 1335 Jefferson Rd. Rochester, NY. […]

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