For the last 20 plus years, the world has been making use of non-renewable resources to make sure that it advances. This wasn’t a problem 20 years ago as people didn’t know about the type of impact that making use of fossil fuels would have on the environment today.
Unfortunately, the outcome of using fossil fuels till this day and the continued use of fossil fuels has had an extremely negative effect on the Earth’s environment. The damage done to the environment has taken from all…Continue
Added by Ann Hoge on October 31, 2017 at 2:06am — No Comments
The construction industry is one of the most resilient in any economy. It is also a very strategic industry that governments use to revamp growth prospects. This means construction jobs never dry up from the market because employers continue investing as their businesses grow.
With the increase in demand for construction workers, it is imperative that…Continue
Added by Ann Hoge on May 26, 2017 at 11:47am — No Comments
At the current recruitment market, the campaign for the championship between the applicant tracking systems intensifies. Both the great asset companies…Continue
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In the age of technology,the demand for people who know how to handle computers and machines is rapidly growing. This is following the advancements of technology. With computer science as one of the college courses that are very much in demand these days, there have also been a lot of untraditional ways of learning the materials.
What most companies find very hard…Continue
Added by Ann Hoge on January 10, 2017 at 4:30am — No Comments
Assembling a competent team of staff is key to running a successful car accident attorney’s firm.
Are you looking for professional, well-groomed attorneys, paralegal staff, and administrative staff with a legal background? Do you need staff who are willing to commit to a long-term career with your firm? There is nothing worse than being in the…Continue
Added by Ann Hoge on December 27, 2016 at 10:27am — No Comments
So, you are done with the preparation of your resume but then, you are some major flaws in it. Life is an unpredictable journey. It might just have happened that your previous work didn’t end on good terms or there is a hole in the history of your career. Whatever the situation is, such unemployment gaps will pose a negative effect on the interviewer or the…Continue
Added by Ann Hoge on August 6, 2015 at 2:00am — No Comments
Finding the best possible employee that will fit into your organization in the best possible and also contribute to the success of your company is a big challenge among the recruiters. If you don’t end up with choosing the right person, you won’t be able to help flourish your organization with the right kind of employees. Keeping the best employees in your organization is only possible when you find them out. But amidst this industry where thousands of people are looking for jobs, how are…Continue
Added by Ann Hoge on May 5, 2015 at 4:07am — No Comments
The world’s population is expanding on a daily basis - it is estimated that by 2050, there will be 9.7 billion people on our small planet.
That sheer number of people that will exist on the planet by that time means that there will be a larger need for energy and power than at any point in human history to date. As a result, governments around the world will be devoting an increasing amount of time and money towards solving their energy needs. With fuel commanding higher prices than…Continue
Added by Ann Hoge on November 20, 2014 at 12:27pm — No Comments
In the world of business, trademarks are everything. Your logo represents your business brand and is often the first thing people associate with your company. A logo can literally make or break your brand so it’s important to ensure it is fully protected.
Recently the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market has altered the practice of black and white logos. It is important you understand the new changes and what it could mean for your…Continue
Added by Ann Hoge on July 31, 2014 at 7:00pm — No Comments