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Ask your friends and colleagues if they have worked with a coach to whom they could refer you, or get a list of coaches who are familiar with this program from the Get Hired Now
One lane is very slow, another moves; those who just get behind the traffic won't get hired.
The department had hired six officers who had experimented with cocaine -- less than 1 percent of the officers hired over the last 2 1/2 years.
Qualified ex-felons: Persons convicted of a Federal or state felony and hired within one year after conviction, or release from prison.
The response at the New Republic and Atlantic Monthly were that editors were hired from their pool of interns, most of whom were white; African Americans simply did not apply.
Liability is predicated on the negligence of an employer in placing a person with known propensities or propensities which should have been discovered by reasonable investigation, in an employment situation in which, because of the circumstances of the employment, it should have been foreseeable that the hired individual posed a threat of injury to others.
More than half of all jobs are still found via personal connections," said Gautam Godhwani, CEO of Simply Hired.
As a result of the city's new ``whole person'' analysis, the LAPD hired six officers even though they had experimented with hard drugs, such as cocaine, while minors.
After surveying the field we found Simply Hired provided the largest index of job listings online.
Miller said about 600 candidates take the written test - the first step in the 90-day process - every month, but that only 3 percent wind up getting hired.
The city of Los Angeles has hired 239 more civilian employees than left their city jobs since Mayor James Hahn imposed a ``hard'' hiring freeze on nonemergency workers in January 2003, the Daily News has learned.