Greater Kentucky HERC
Welcome to the Greater Kentucky HERC
Welcome to the Greater Kentucky Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC). Greater Kentucky HERC connects talented professionals with the best colleges, universities, hospitals, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and members of private industry in the Greater Kentucky area, listing hundreds of jobs from our member colleges and universities, community colleges, teaching hospitals, and research institutions.
Our member institutions are committed to diversity hiring and dual-career couples, and our jobs cover the broadest spectrum of business functions, academic disciplines, and career stages. Our job search resources are free and open to the public. If your institution is interested in membership details, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- There are ways to make yourself stand out at work, says Kaethe Schuster, national account manager at The Dow Chemical Company. "Never be a bystander, think ahead and always bring something original to the table. Providing industry insights, contacts, ideas and other relevant solutions will make you valuable," she says. Forbes (8/18)20 Aug 2018 12:08:28 CDThttps://www.forbes.com/sites/shelcyvjoseph/2018/08/18/want-to-climb-up-the-corporate-ladder-start-here/
- Long breaks from work or sabbaticals are an opportunity to strengthen skills and gain diversity of thought, career consultant Amanda Augustine says. Sabbaticals are becoming more common as companies have become less wary of employment gaps, notes recruiter Jodi Chavez. CNBC (8/13)20 Aug 2018 12:08:28 CDThttps://www.cnbc.com/2018/08/14/advice-for-career-breaks-how-to-explain-it-on-your-resume.html
- Glassdoor (8/15)20 Aug 2018 12:08:28 CDThttps://www.glassdoor.com/blog/negotiation-secrets/
- A recent report from Challenger, Gray and Christmas, Inc. finds that only 10% of job searchers relocated for new jobs in 2018 compared to over 32% of employees between 1986 and 1990. Applicants are likely less willing to move due to relocation packages being downgraded after the dot-com bubble burst, the report notes. Fortune (8/16)20 Aug 2018 12:08:28 CDThttp://fortune.com/2018/08/16/relocating-for-work-job-careers/