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CareerBuilder , Inc.
200 N. LaSalle St. Ste. 1100
As the global leader in human capital solutions, CareerBuilder specializes in cutting-edge HR software as a service to help companies with every step of the recruitment process from acquire to hire. CareerBuilder works with top employers across industries...
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Area Sales Leader - California
Mark Bania has spent the last 6 years of his professional career with CareerBuilder in several leadership capacities both within the United States and abroad, including the oversight of CareerBuilder's Canadian business out of Toronto, and most recently the CareerBuilder's California business out of Newport Beach, California.
expertise and passion lies within the innovative and disruptive technologies that are impacting today's talent acquisition landscape.
has been published in a variety of prominent HR publications such as the Canadian HR Reporter
, HR Professional
, and Pearson Education
on a wide range of topics that impact the evolution of technology and the power of analytics in HR.
Mark Bania, CareerBuilder
Mark Bania, CareerBuilder
Mark Bania, managing ...
Mark Bania, managing director at CareerBuilder.ca, reported that their 2012 Harris Interactive study showed victims identified their bully as a co-worker (24%) or their boss (23%), with 55% being younger than their bully.
The study also found victims define bullying in a number of ways.
While 50% feel bullied when they feel different standards or policies are being used for them over others, 49% define it as being ignored and 29% feel bullying is when they are gossiped about.
You can see some of the other bullying tactics reported here.
"It boils down to their perception of what bullying is.", says Bania
"With increased competition for jobs, job ...
"With increased competition for jobs, job seekers may feel the need to embellish their CVs to stand out and impress hiring managers and recruiters," said Mark Bania, managing director of CareerBuilder Canada. "What job seekers may not realize, however, is that most hiring managers are willing to consider candidates who do not meet 100 percent of the qualifications.
While employers need a certain level of skills, they also want to see job seekers who show enthusiasm, a potential for learning and cultural fit."
suggests the following tips for job seekers to enhance their CVs
- without having to stretch the truth - and set themselves apart in the eyes of hiring managers:
Commenting on survey results, Mark ...
Commenting on survey results, Mark Bania, of CareerBuilder Canada, focused on the importance of showing workers "what they mean to the company" and emphasized the importance of preventing employees from being enticed to other jobs:
But money isn't the one and ...
But money isn't the one and only factor motivating employees in their jobs," said Mark Bania, managing director of CareerBuilder Canada. "Our research shows employees also value the ability to provide for others, create meaningful work and make a difference in the world or others' lives."