Recently, President Trump sought to ban transgender individuals from serving in the military via a series of tweets that included reference to “the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail.” So far, the ban doesn’t appear to be taking place, but it has raised concerns among transgender people everywhere.
Category: Salary & Benefits
Forget staycations. The latest trend appears to be “workations,” according to a recent survey from staffing firm Accountemps, a Robert Half company.
The term gets used frequently. Surveys find employees and job seekers want it, and companies are rated based on it.
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.
There has been a great deal of debate in recent years about eliminating the performance appraisal, as well as confusion about what steps various companies have already taken.
A new study from Jobvite, a leading provider of recruiting software, seeks to answer that question, while examining American job seekers’ experiences.
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.
“How much are you currently earning?” It once seemed like an innocent enough question, and until recently was very common.
Business and IT students, those soon-to-be grads you seek, have employer preferences, and these preferences may surprise you.
A company’s benefits package attracts job candidates, and bereavement leave is one of the benefits in that package.