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Massachusetts Police Officer Civil Service Exam: Deadline to Apply Is Feb. 21, 2017 Posted on Nov 17

Massachusetts Police Officer Civil Service Exam: Deadline to Apply Is Feb. 21, 2017

  This is a guest blog post from the Massachusetts Human Resources Division. The Human Resources Division (HRD) of the Executive Office of Administration and Finance (ANF) is currently accepting applications for the 2017 police officer civil service exam. If you want to become a   …Continue Reading Massachusetts Police Officer Civil Service Exam: Deadline to Apply Is Feb. 21, 2017

Job Search Resources: Landing a Great Job Posted on Aug 11

Job Search Resources: Landing a Great Job

All your hard work has paid off! You’ve networked, you’ve searched listings, and you’ve found a job you’re interested in. We’ve already covered what to do before you launch your job search and how to find a job that’s right for you. Now, the third part of   …Continue Reading Job Search Resources: Landing a Great Job

Job Search Resources: Finding a Great Job Posted on Aug 2

Job Search Resources: Finding a Great Job

Looking for a new job can be overwhelming, but you’re off to a great start — you’ve chosen a career path and written a winning resume. The second post in the Job Search Resources blog series will cover strategies to help you find a job   …Continue Reading Job Search Resources: Finding a Great Job

Job Search Resources: Before You Apply Posted on Jul 26

Job Search Resources: Before You Apply

There’s good news for job seekers. Businesses in Massachusetts are hiring, which makes it a great time to look for a new job. Whether you’re unemployed or looking to take your career to the next level, searching for a new job can be challenging and   …Continue Reading Job Search Resources: Before You Apply

Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workplace Discrimination & Harassment Posted on Jul 19

Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workplace Discrimination & Harassment

This is the final post in the Workers’ Rights blog series, which has covered workplace safety, fair wages, workplace benefits, workers’ compensation, and workplace discrimination and harassment in Massachusetts. In 2015, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) received more than 2,400 complaints about discrimination at   …Continue Reading Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workplace Discrimination & Harassment

Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workers’ Compensation Posted on Jul 12

Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workers’ Compensation

This is the fourth post in the Workers’ Rights blog series, which covers workplace safety, fair wages, workplace benefits, workers’ compensation, and more in Massachusetts. The first post in the Workers’ Rights blog series covered workplace safety and how to file a complaint. However, it’s   …Continue Reading Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workers’ Compensation

How to Become an Environmental Police Officer in Massachusetts Posted on Jun 28

How to Become an Environmental Police Officer in Massachusetts

Did you know that the beginnings of the Massachusetts Environmental Police can be traced all the way back to the 1600s? Early colonists saw the need for laws and regulations regarding fish, wildlife, and natural resource protection. Today, environmental police officers, also known as a   …Continue Reading How to Become an Environmental Police Officer in Massachusetts

Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workplace Benefits Posted on Jun 9

Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workplace Benefits

This is the third post in the Workers’ Rights blog series, which covers workplace safety, fair wages, workers’ benefits, workers’ compensation, and other rights in Massachusetts. Whether you’ve just started a new job in the Bay State or you’ve worked in Massachusetts for years, you   …Continue Reading Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workplace Benefits

Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Wages Posted on May 11

Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Wages

This post is the second in the Workers’ Rights blog series, which covers wages, workplace safety, workers’ compensation, and more for workers across Massachusetts. No matter what job you have in the Bay State, you have the right to be paid for the work you   …Continue Reading Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Wages

Become a K–12 Teacher in Massachusetts Posted on Apr 26

Become a K–12 Teacher in Massachusetts

Teachers across the country work hard to educate and inspire our children every day. If you’ve ever thought about pursuing this rewarding career, the Office of Educator Licensure  and the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (ESE) have some resources on how to become a   …Continue Reading Become a K–12 Teacher in Massachusetts