Date: March 12, 2020 To: All Stakeholders; Employees, Clients & Vendors From: Innovative Career Resources The World Health Organization continues to monitor closely the emergence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and the disease it causes, named “coronavirus disease 2019” (COVID-19). At this time, no one knows how severe this outbreak will be. Given this uncertainty, and […]
We all want to do what we can for the environment, and there’s no better place to go green than the office.
The holidays are a time of reflection that can inspire us to reach out to those in need. If you’re interested in spending some time this season giving back to our local community, here are a few organizations that do great work in the Orange County area.
Are you ready for the new California labor laws going in to effect on January 1? The new year will bring significant changes for California employers, so it’s important to stay informed and up-to-date.
Is it time to consider the benefits of using a staffing agency such as Innovative Career Resources? You can save money and time, increase flexibility, and strengthen company morale by partnering with the right agency.
Today’s young children are tomorrow’s business leaders and founders, and helping them develop a business mindset will allow them to see possibilities and pursue opportunities for growth and innovation.
In many states, including here in California, noncompete agreements are unenforceable. However, this doesn’t stop some companies from requiring them.
Developing an entrepreneurial mindset in the staff of your own company has distinct advantages. It can give you an edge over your competitors, help improve your products or processes, and attract new customers and retain quality employees.
The Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) Orange County chapter announced its 2019–2020 leadership team, led by incoming president Keith Fiscus, owner of Innovative Career Resources.
Social media has permeated almost every aspect of modern life, and that includes job searching and the hiring process. While not nearly as common even 10 years ago, today approximately 70 percent of hiring managers search the social media of job applicants. Sometimes that can work in your favor, but sometimes it can backfire spectacularly, […]