The tight labor market has employers shaking in their boots. While many industries report steady hiring initiatives for 2019, the optimism about filling these open roles, and being able to offer the salary and wages workers want, continues to decline.
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As we head into the second quarter (Q2) of 2019, one thing that remains the same is the positive hiring trend employers continue to report, with the leisure and hospitality industry continuing to lead the way in positive hiring intentions.
Tech giant Oracle Corp. is guilty of shortchanging women and minority workers $400 million in the form of wages, according to a new legal filing by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).
What goes up, must come down, right? At least that’s what some experts think when it comes to private-sector employment in 2019. While job growth has remained consistent in the first part of the year, some experts are predicting that we’ve reached our peak.
We’ve previously reported that hiring intentions are expected to remain steady in 2019 and new employment watch data, released by Paychex, confirms these findings. Read on to see which areas and industries are impacted.
As we go deeper into 2019, employers across the country are turning to technology to help fill vacant roles, speed up the hiring process, and offer candidates and employees an experience they’ll never forget. Hiring intentions continue to remain steady and because of this, more employers are now realizing that efficiency is the key to […]
When it comes to skilled labor, the legal industry is facing a talent shortage—much like the rest of employers across the United States—but that’s not the only challenge legal professionals are facing.
President Donald Trump has turned much of traditional American politics on its head, and many of his policies have put some traditional Republican allies in a tough position. While these traditional allies may support some of the president’s policies, they cringe at others. Case in point: the business community.
The late, great Aretha Franklin once sang those famous letters, calling for “respect.” Our apologies if the song is now stuck in your head, it’s stuck in ours too! While Aretha was singing about getting respect from a lover, new survey findings show that jobseekers and employees want respect from employers … and not just a […]
One of the factors often cited as contributing to racial and gender disparities in the workplace is discrimination in the hiring process. This could come in the form of explicit discrimination against women or people of color by a hiring manager.