Workplace Fairness Understands How Difficult Job Hunting, Interviewing and Placement Can Be For Jobseekers
WASHINGTON (October 2013) - For those who have been treated unfairly in the workplace, Workplace Fairness is an organization that is able to assist job seekers with their search for that new position. It’s also an organization that advocates for and promotes employee rights. Now workplacefairness.org provides job hunting resources for potential job hunters before, during and after job hunting.
In addition to resources for help and information for workplace rights in all 50 states, plus job survival tips, the following resources are available to job seekers and workers at workplacefairness.org, with some resources complimentary and some offered by providers at discounted prices.
1. Assistance with social media tools such as networking-focused LinkedIn.
2. Resume critiques
3. Reference checking (do you know what your former boss will say about you?)
4. Best practices on cover letters, resumes
5. Reference etiquette
6. Career coaching
7. Counseling and coaching
8. Attorney referrals
9. The Mapp career test is the first and best online career assessment for students, graduates and working adults. The free career test takes 15 minutes to fill out and gives you a wealth of information to help you make wise career choices.
10. PayScale can help determine job dollar worth for both the worker and the employer, plus provides information on skill and gender wage gaps, plus infographics on commute habits. Salary.com provides job and salary search tools, pay rates and compensation information.
11. Ask a Lawyer – Need some legal information? Experts on employment law, provided by our partner Pearl.com, are standing by to answer your questions at reasonable rates.
A visit to the Workplace Fairness Career Center page will give you more comprehensive information:http://workplacefairness.jobreferenceexperts.com/
About Workplace Fairness
Workplace Fairness is a nonprofit organization that provides information, education and assistance to individual workers and their advocates nationwide and promotes public policies that advance employee rights. The award-winning Workplace Fairness website, www.workplacefairness.org, has a wealth of information throughout the site.