Thursday, June 3, 2004CareerBuilder.com Survey Finds One-in-Five Women Are Paid Less and Have Fewer Career Advancement Opportunities Than Men-- Job Satisfaction Declines for Both Men and Women From 2003 to 2004 --
Pay disparity continues to be a concern for one-in-five women who say they are paid less than men with similar talents and experience. The same amount of women reported they have fewer...
Wednesday, June 2, 2004
CareerBuilder.com, the largest job network online with more than 16 million unique visitors and over 400,000 jobs, announced it was selected to power the new Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)...
Thursday, May 27, 2004Summer Vacation Takes a Back Seat to Work for More Than One-Third of Workers, CareerBuilder.com Survey Shows
More than one third of workers will be taking the office with them on vacation this year, according to a recent CareerBuilder.com survey. Sixteen percent of workers say their supervisors expect...
Thursday, May 13, 2004One-Third of Health Services Workers Say They Do Not Feel Appreciated by Their Employers, CareerBuilder.com Survey FindsThirty-five Percent of Health Services Workers Plan to Change Jobs This Year
Thirty-four percent of Health Services workers say they feel their employers do not value their efforts on the job, according to a recent CareerBuilder.com survey. Four-in-ten Health Services...
Tuesday, May 11, 2004One-Third of Sales Workers Don't Feel Motivated by Their Company Leaders, CareerBuilder.com Survey Finds- Sales and Marketing Management and CareerBuilder.com Sponsor Free Webcast on Hiring and Retention Strategies for Sales Managers -
Today's Sales professionals are voicing a lack of confidence in their company leaders and a desire to seek out greener pastures. Thirty-three percent of Sales professionals recently surveyed by...