College hiring for the Class of 2018 is expected to drop significantly, according to a new report from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
Target Corporation, the second-largest discount store retailer in the United States, has reached a settlement with the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund (LDF) and the law firm of Outten & Golden LLP to resolve allegations that the company’s overly broad and outdated criminal background check policy discriminated against African-American and Latino applicants.
The neighborhood mom and pop shop is an American tradition. But what happens when mom and pop expand beyond their original storefront, and employ others, in addition to family members?
A recent report from outplacement consultancy Challenger, Gray & Christmas shows an uptick of job cuts in January compared to December. The total remains lower than the same month a year ago.
Retail and manufacturing, the two industries that were once the top sources of U.S. employment, are now in second and third place, respectively. According to newly released data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), in 2017, health care took over first place, and today ranks as the biggest source of jobs.
Citigroup has become the first major U.S. bank to respond to shareholder pressure and agree to disclose wage data and adjust employee salaries in a company-wide effort to achieve gender and ethnicity pay equity.
The Washington Hospitality Association, a membership organization serving the hospitality industry in Washington State, has announced that it is offering scholarships aimed at connecting workers with skills improvement classes designed especially for hospitality employees.
Recruiting Daily Advisor previously reported on research from talent solutions provider Randstad Sourceright which finds companies are converting more full-time positions to freelance roles. Now, research from Business Talent Group (BTG), a provider of on-demand business talent, finds use of freelance consultants is also widespread, including in critical roles previously held by full-time staff.
For decades, sourcing sleuths and savvy recruiters have looked to mass corporate layoffs as a source of job candidates. But that source is no longer what it once was.
Think you’ve got employer branding figured out? You may want to rethink that certainty, in light of findings from a new study conducted by global communications and engagement firm Weber Shandwick.