New research from Paychex sought to learn what employees, not employers, have to say about what shapes an organization. The research offers a useful perspective for any HR professional or recruiter that wonders what jobseekers are looking for when it comes to certain employment trends like benefits and retirement, pay equity, ghosting, and more.
Category: Salary & Benefits
We continue to hear about the major hiring challenges employers across the country continue to face. If your company is faced with similar challenges, you may be turning to talent retention as a way to keep current workers happy and sticking around. But how do you keep your current workers happy? By offering robust benefits […]
We hear a lot in the news these days about the historically low unemployment rate, but one figure we don’t hear about nearly as much is the labor force participation rate—the ratio between the size of the labor force and the size of the overall population for that age group, often grouped by cohort (i.e., […]
Relocation assistance is something that not all employers offer but could be worthwhile to consider. Some employers think that the expense is too great to be justified, while others think that it opens many doors and allows them access to candidates they never would have otherwise found.
Most job candidates and employees think of compensation primarily in salary terms, but how aware are they of the total cost of the compensation package you’re offering? And are employers properly communicating the value of benefits?
Imagine this: You’ve found your purple squirrel! She has all the right skills, answered the interview questions exactly how you wanted, and would be the last part of the puzzle to make your team whole. You extend an offer of employment … and she declines.
When it comes to buying a home, realtors will tell you that location is the most important factor. However, as an employer, your location may make or break your company’s efforts to recruit top talent. A new Robert Half survey finds that 62% of workers claim they would relocate for a job that offers better […]
With the new year in full swing, many companies may be looking to fill recently allotted roles. Hiring competition is expected to be fierce among employers—just last November, the increase in new jobs added to the market was double the number of people entering the labor force each month.
Enticing jobseekers with competitive salaries and perks is a struggle many small businesses (SMB) owners are facing in the year ahead, finds a new study by Oasis Outsourcing, a professional employer organization.
While there are conflicting reports about what workers want from their employers—whether it’s more flexibility, better workplace perks, access to better health benefits—one thing remains clear: employee compensation is the key to attracting and retaining talent.