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XPO Logistics’ CEO to LGBT community: Come work with us

Bradley Jacobs, chairman and CEO of Greenwich-headquartered XPO Logistics, issued an open invitation for members of the LGBT demographic to seek out employment at...

Survey finds Q3 hiring trends will be relatively minimal

The education and health services sector is forecast to see the most third quarter hiring.

PepsiCo to hire 6,000 frontline employees, enhance benefits to workers

Enhanced benefits cover workers who cannot arrange for supervision of their children and cannot work from home.

Wegmans to open Harrison store on June 7

The supermarket chain Wegmans plans to open its store in Harrison on June 7, a store spokesman confirmed to the Business Journal this morning....

Nordstrom to hire 280 employees for SoNo Collection store

The three-level, 140,000-square-foot store is scheduled to open Oct. 11.

Wegmans looking to hire over 500 for new Harrison store

The Wegmans food market under construction at 106-110 Corporate Park Drive already has 75 to 80 employees on the payroll, with more being added, store manager Matthew Dailor

Suite Talk: Eric Frazer, author of ‘The Psychology of Top Talent’

"There are always going to be black swans out there who have charisma-driven careers," said Frazer.

Fairfield’s eRichards Consulting handles IT recruitment with a holistic touch

Gebbia noted that some women IT professionals seek out salaries that are 10 to 15 percent lower than their male counterparts' asking price.

More than half of tech professionals plan to change jobs

“There is definitely a big talent shortage out there,” observed John Bemis, president of Stamford-based Benchmark IT.

Andi Gray: Recruitment is a key driver of success

Make hiring great talent a group goal with group rewards. Encourage everyone on the team to work on building a talent bank to draw upon in future years.

PepsiCo and Xerox on Black Enterprise magazine’s list of best diverse...

“The strength of our nation is in its diversity,” said Black Enterprise’s President and CEO Earl “Butch” Graves Jr.

Survey finds Connecticut business owners cautious on near-future conditions

On the subject of credit availability, 76 percent of Connecticut business owners characterized credit conditions as excellent, good or average.

Making the leap from college campus to the workplace

Another trend that impacts the workplace is the erosion of corporate loyalty. While that problem took root before millennials were entering the workforce, it has been accelerated by a new wave of graduates for whom job-hopping is the only way to approach a career.

Hudson Valley continues to add jobs

Construction and health care jobs are setting the pace for regional job growth.

Column: Is it worth the risk to keep growing?

Businesses are either growing or declining. What you know for today isn’t necessarily sufficient to get you through tomorrow. With growth comes opportunity to get the load off your back. Learn how to hire, train, motivate, manage, reward and hold people accountable.