Whether you’re a nonprofit organization seeking job candidates or a company competing with nonprofits for talent, new research has implications for recruiting and hiring.
Category: Corporate Culture
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Forget staycations. The latest trend appears to be “workations,” according to a recent survey from staffing firm Accountemps, a Robert Half company.
New research from global staffing firm Robert Half and Happiness Works, a provider of tools that help businesses become better places to work, finds that employees in the creative and marketing occupations have the highest levels of on-the-job satisfaction and are most interested in their work, compared to employees in accounting and finance, administrative, legal, […]
Extended time off to pursue career and personal growth is a concept borrowed from academia, where sabbaticals remain highly popular. Yet, fewer companies now offer sabbaticals, at a time when surveys find “growth opportunity” is a priority for employees and job seekers.
Nearly 40 percent of job candidates say that schedule flexibility is one of the top three factors they consider when making career decisions, while two-thirds of candidates believe they don’t need to sitting at a desk to get their work done, according to new research from RPO provider ManpowerGroup Solutions.
When it comes to job ads, whether online or in print, employers make a range of mistakes. Hey, nobody’s perfect, right?
So many of the fears about remote work come from it being seen as opaque. Not physically seeing people working holds a lot of managers back from embracing remote work.