WAHVE news

A selection of articles, newsletters and press releases

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Work At Home Vintage Experts has earned the distinction of being recognized as a Certified Age Friendly Employer™ for 2017

Oct 21, 2017

RetirementJobs.com | October 20, 2017

We are pleased to inform you that WAHVE has earned the special distinction of being certified as an Age Friendly Employer for 2018.  Recently, in conjunction with your organization’s recruiting efforts on our destination site, the Research Group at RetirementJobs.com carefully reviewed the information you provided to us through a confidential survey, in addition to information you publish publicly on your website and in other employment and human resource-oriented materials.

About our Certification

We verified that your organization is among the rising number of employers that make a special effort to recruit and retain workers over age 50.  As part of our company mission, we identify organizations that maintain policies, practices and programs consistent with employment of people age 50 and older based solely on their proficiency, qualifications and contribution, and on terms comparable to younger individuals. Our Certification indicates an employer’s recognition of the unique value of age 50+ workers as well as their commitment to take affirmative action in providing meaningful employment, development opportunities and competitive pay and benefits.  Our Certification program is recognized by the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging, AARP and NCOA.

See our press release here.

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Hiring Smarter

Jan 02, 2017

Insurance Journal On Point Podcast | January 2, 2017
In this fascinating presentation, Dr. Emek outlines  “blind hiring” as effective way to onboard talented workers in the insurance industry. With all their prejudices and preconceived notions about people, “human beings are terrible at hiring,” says Sharon. Furthermore, some quality candidates perform terribly on standard tests. Instead, firms looking for high-quality candidates should create engaging online games and other exercises to anonymously gauge candidates’ skills and application of knowledge.

Listen to this podcast