Generation Z entered the workforce last year. This means some of its oldest members—those born as early as 1997—are already embedded as our colleagues.
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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., […]
Now that we’re starting to settle into the new year, it’s time to start planning your talent needs. Do you plan on increasing staff over the next 12 months? If so, you’ll be on par with nearly 55% of companies who say they plan to hire in the coming year, according to a survey conducted […]
Ready or not, the gig economy is already here. And there is no longer any doubt that it will impact your organization’s workplace culture in one way or the other over the coming years. Keep reading to learn more.
If you thought the pay gap issue was limited to just gender, think again. A new study by beqom—a cloud-based compensation software provider—reveals that age, race, and gender can affect U.S. employees’ compensation.
While the record low unemployment rate continues to burden employers, who are struggling to find and retain talent, workers and candidates alike are using this opportunity to benefit themselves, according to a new survey released by TD Ameritrade.
While technology has been disrupting almost every aspect of the way we work, one thing remains clear: It’s helping workers do their jobs faster. And when it comes to recruiting, the time saved due to technology is benefiting both recruiters and jobseekers. However, technology isn’t fully taking over just yet.
Unemployment is at record lows, and Baby Boomers are leaving the workforce at increasing rates. For companies that are struggling to fill roles, they should look to current employees to make lateral moves to help fill the void. However, companies need to know how to retain workers in order to keep them around.
Do you employ workers with hidden disabilities, like autism? If not, you’re missing out on a bunch of benefits these workers bring to the table.
U.S. labor market trends, as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), show that the employee quits-to-layoff ratio has significantly risen over the last 8 years, soaring higher than prerecession levels. This emerging trend in data goes to show that workers are confident in their ability to find another job. It also proves that it’s […]