With the New Year and the 2013 tax season officially
under way, your home office could likely use a little reorganizing, especially the paper.
Look closely at your new W-2 form this tax season. Notice Box 12 and a two-letter code, DD.
Black fraternities and sororities have become part of the
African-American college life experience. And as Delta Sigma Theta
Society celebrates its centennial, the question is: Are fraternities and sororities still
relevant in the business world?
Finding a new job is tough, especially if you are searching long-distance. These tips will make the process of landing a new job in a new city easier.
As STEM has become an education buzzword in recent years, a steady stream of research has emerged that challenges the "elixir" notion.
Nationwide, state-run nursing homes and residential care facilities have the second-highest rate of occupational injuries.
The U.S. EEOC has found that retailer
Wet Seal Inc. discriminated against a former African-American store
You interviewed like a pro, followed up and got the
job, but now it is time to negotiate your compensation package. Follow these tips.
Is there a new racial corporate culture? According to The Diversity
Index: The Alarming Truth About Diversity in Corporate America…and What
Can Be Done About It, there is.
At a time when federal budget cuts are reshaping the nation’s aerospace industry, a far different makeover is underway in the executive suites.