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DirectEmployers Association Partners with UK-Based Employer Trade Body
July 8, 2014

To promote international standards, education and training opportunities in the human resources industry, DirectEmployers Association announces its partnership with United Kingdom-based trade body, Direct Employers Association (DEA). INDIANAPOLIS, July 8, 2014 –– While actively working to expand its partnerships and member reach, U.S.-based DirectEmployers Association announces its new partnership with United Kingdom-based trade body, Direct […]

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DirectEmployers and National Association of State Workforce Agencies Announce 10 Year Extension of Unique Public-Private Partnership
June 24, 2014

Unprecedented public private partnership, supported by employers and state workforce agencies, that effectively connects job seekers to real job openings is renewed to achieve long-term goals and success. INDIANAPOLIS, June 24, 2014 /BusinessWire/ –– DirectEmployers Association announced today a ten year extension to its ongoing partnership with the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) […]

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U.S. veterans face uncertain job future as civilians

April 8, 2014 | CBSNews.com - Moneywatch

A new generation of U.S. veterans is trying to re-enter civilian life, and the civilian workforce, with mixed results.

The withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq and the pending withdrawal from Afghanistan, combined with a recovering economy and Pentagon budget cutbacks, may soon reduce the size of the U.S. Army alone to pre-World War II levels.

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How to Find Unadvertised Jobs
December 20, 2013 | Glassdoor.com

Did you know that most jobs are not advertised? Believe me, it’s true. When you see a job posted on (insert leading job board name here) somebody paid to have it advertised there. You know where it’s free for a company to post all of their jobs? Come on, guess… If you suspected a company’s own careers website, you would be correct!

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