|April 30, 2010|
In The News
Hiring Rebound Continues
CareerCast.com/JobSerf Employment Index: Hiring Rebound Continues - Tampa, Atlanta and Nashville Show Greatest Gains in Managerial Hiring (read more)
A.D.A.M., Inc., a leading provider of health information and benefits technology solutions, including the Benergy Communications Platform, and Qqest People Services, LLC, a leading provider of outsourced HR solutions, have created a new partnership. The strategic alliance provides Benergy users, both HR personnel and employees, access to the Benergy Help Line, a new resource that can help answer benefits and HR-related questions.
ReachMD, a leading provider of healthcare information and education for medical professionals adds an exciting new employment feature to its current web portal at ReachMD.com. This new online employment service has been built to assist MDs, NPs, PAs, and general healthcare professionals in either finding employment or seeking top talent in the medical field.
Secova Inc., a leading provider of human resource and benefit management services, released a summary of the updated model notices and the legislation that reflect the provisions signed by President Obama into law on April 15, 2010 extending federal subsidies of COBRA health care premiums through the end of May. For your general information, please download the COBRA Continuing Extension Act of 2010 Help Book published to assist companies in understanding the new provisions.
PerfectSoftware, a leading HR and payroll software provider, released a new version of its Applicant Tracking System, one of the integrated talent management modules within the Perfect Human Capital Management (HCM) Suite. This latest release includes new features that further streamline recruiting and on-boarding and facilitate participation in the recruiting process by multiple internal and external stakeholders.
"Using Traditional and Search Engine Marketing (and Social Networking) to Leverage Your Investments in Original Content and SEO"
Companies that boast a dazzling, search-optimized Web site brimming with innovative content may still get overlooked without consistent marketing and PR activities.
That's the focus of the latest SEO white paper from HRmarketer.com. It explains Web 2.0 search engine marketing tactics while still encouraging traditional marketing and PR campaigns. (read more)
Comings and Goings . . .
Perspectives Ltd, a workplace resources company that delivers employee assistance programs (EAPs), managed behavioral healthcare, work/life services, organizational development and wellness services, welcomes Rick Kronberg as Director of Clinical Services.
Monster Worldwide, Inc., (NYSE: MWW) today announced the expansion of its Board of Directors with the addition of Cynthia McCague and Jeffrey Rayport as new independent members. Ms. McCague and Dr. Rayport are considered leaders in their respective fields and add highly relevant experience and insight to Monster's Board. As a result of the new appointments, there are a total of eight Directors on the Board, including six independent Directors.
Precept, a full-service employee benefit consulting and administration outsourcing firm, has hired Karen Reid as chief experience officer. (read more)
Margaret Bentson has joined CompAnalysis, an independent employee compensation and performance management consulting firm, as a principal.
Alicia Keys is Hiring!
Superstar Partners with Monster.com in Job Search for Head Blogger of Her Upcoming Website IAAS.com (I Am A Super Woman)
Grammy Award-winning musician and globally conscious entrepreneur Alicia Keys has partnered with Monster.com, the leading job matching engine, for the launch of the IAAS.com Super Search powered by Monster.com - a national hunt for the Head Blogger of her forthcoming website IAAS.com (aka I Am A Super Woman). The process to apply for this exciting and prominent position at Alicia's company kicks off today and continues through May 3. Candidates can log onto Monster.com to apply and find more information on IAAS.com. (read more)
Study States . . .
MetLife Study Finds Less Than Half of Americans out of Work Because of a Disability Had Income Protection in Place
Emotional and Financial Recovery Slow
Three in five individuals who were out of work for at least six months because of a disability did not have disability income protection, according to findings from a new MetLife study released today. The MetLife Study of the Emotional and Financial Impact of Disability also found that among those individuals who did have coverage, only about one-third of their income, on average, was protected. This is likely insufficient to meet their needs since financial recovery among survey participants was slow – only 17% of those whose disability occurred at least a year ago felt that they had completely recovered financially. (read more)
Up Coming Event
IHRIM 2010 Conference and Technology Exposition
Networking * Education * Technology
May 2-5, 2010
Rio Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada
HR Survey Needs You
Starr Tincup announced the release of their Psychographic Survey for HR Practitioners. The Fort Worth based company hopes the results will put a face on HR and dispel rumors surrounding people in HR. For taking the survey, participants will be provided with an executive summary of the results for their personal review. If you're an HR Practitioner and would like to take the survey it can be found here: http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22A85XFS8LS.
Today's In depth News
Send To a Friend
© 2013 interbiznet.com
Mill Valley, CA 94941