The SHRM Nebraska State Conference last week was a great success! Education, networking, and fun continues to serve and advance the HR profession.
Aureus Group is a proud sponsor of the 2009 Heartland Developer’s Conference. As the region’s premiere technology conference, the Omaha, Neb. event attracts nearly 500 area systems professionals across various technology platforms for two days of networking, learning, and fun. With so much to gain, you definitely don’t want to miss this year’s event!
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is having their annual state conference September 24th & 25th at the Embassy Suites – LaVista, NE. The Aureus Group has been a supporter of this organization and conference for years. Over the years, we have presented, exhibited, and sponsored the Grand Prize! 2009 is no different –
According to a recent article in USA Today, 53 percent of employers plan to hire in the next 12 months. Based on this news and feedback from our clients, contract and full-time positions in the technical, professional, and healthcare industries are poised to increase substantially.
This staffing news initiated a discussion about how the economic downturn
Are you afraid of your boss? If you want to succeed in your organization and career, you should overcome any fear you have as soon as possible. Assuming that your boss isn’t a psychopath or a garden-variety bully, here’s how to ease your nerves:
We have all received the message that in order to compete in today’s economy we need to be more innovative. Innovative hiring means bringing on “creative” employees, but exactly what sort of “creative” people do we need to attract, hire, and retain?
Despite signs that the economy is on the mend, unemployment numbers continue to rise. As of July 17, national unemployment hit 9.5%. Visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics for all the details.
Downturns are a recurring fact of life in every industry. Sooner or later, the demand for products or services decline or evolve, regardless of the state of the economy as a whole. Some industries and geographical regions have obviously been affected more than others during the latest downturn. But every company/leader should exploit industry downturns
According to Staffing Industry Analysts, 73% of companies (with 1,000 or more employees) said they would grow their contingent workforce by a median of 25% between late 2008 and late 2010.
Whether you’re a rocket scientist or a bean counter, you’re at risk of coming down with the career blahs if you’re not careful. To prevent burnout, take some time each day to figure out what you can do to reenergize your career. Here are some ways—large and small—to give yourself a shot in the arm