Have you ever received a req from a VMS calling for a philosopher, perhaps someone with a knowledge of existentialism?
Probably not, but philosophy is nonetheless among the liberal arts majors that college students graduate with each year. What can such students do about jobs?
“Too often a graduate hears ‘congratulations’ and ‘now what?’” wrote Mary Walshok, dean of the University of California... More
Between the two primary departments that manage contingent labor — procurement and human resources — it is commonly perceived that procurement is the tougher one, constantly cutting costs, driving suppliers to the wall, etc., and delighted to do it, whereas human resources is a bit kinder and gentler, a bit more, well, human.
But a recent story from India may put that perception to the test.... More