June 29, 2018
LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional networking site, with over 530 million members. Dive into some of the biggest tools you may have missed from this platform.
Salary Insights on Jobs
In 2016, LinkedIn introduced Salary — a tool that allows users to see a detailed breakdown of salaries by job title and location based on information privately submitted by LinkedIn members. Since then, they’ve identified ways to make this experience even more valuable. You can explore compensation details next to open roles, showing an estimated or expected salary range for the role.
The salary information shared on job listings comes from one of two places:
- Employer Provided: Employers can provide salary ranges for specific jobs, meaning you will know exactly what […]
Article by Eva Benoit
When you are a stay-at-home mom, your days aren’t exactly free. Between caring for the house and the kids, there is plenty of work to do. However, as the children grow older and become more involved in school, some stay-at-home parents find they have some spare time on their hands all of a sudden. Starting a home e-business is a great way to make use of that time while contributing to your household income.
Do You Have What it Takes?
Of course, starting a small business is no small endeavor. It takes commitment and hard work. If you want to stick to it, your best bet is finding a way to work your passions into your business ideas. […]
COMMON MISTAKES EMPLOYERS MAKE WITH AT-WILL EMPLOYMENT IN TEXAS
Article By David Oliver and Laura Fowler
Texas law permits private employers and nonprofit organizations to offer at-will employment – a term used to refer to an employment arrangement in which either party may terminate the relationship at any time without cause. Unfortunately, some employers make mistakes that make it difficult for them to enforce at-will employment relationships.
One of the most common errors businesses make when creating an initial job offer letter or agreement is to state an annual salary. This creates an issue in an at-will arrangement because a business can become liable for the full annual salary if it chooses to terminate the relationship early. The best way to […]