Companies Planning for Salary Increases of 3.4% in 2022

Workers can expect their wages to increase an average of 3.4% this year, according to a survey by WTW (Willis Towers Watson). This is higher than the...

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Companies Planning for Salary Increases of 3.4% in 2022

Workers can expect their wages to increase an average of 3.4% this year, according to a survey by WTW (Willis Towers Watson). This is higher than the...

Randstad Sourceright Makes Glassdoor’s List of Best Places to Work in 2022

Randstad Sourceright is the only staffing company to make Glassdoor’s list of the 100 Best Places to Work in 2022. The company ranked #77. Glassdoor’s annual list is...
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SCOTUS Blocks Vaccine-or-Test Mandate for Large Employers, Upholds Mandate for Healthcare Workers at Federally...

The Supreme Court today blocked the Biden administration’s mandate that would have required COVID vaccines or frequent testing at employers with 100+ employees. The vote was 6-3. The...

Bullhorn Acquires Candidate Engagement and Onboarding Solutions Provider Able

Leading applicant tracking system Bullhorn announced today that it has acquired candidate engagement and onboarding solutions provider Able. The acquisition will help staffing agencies "meet complex onboarding...

5 Ways to Compete for Business Without Sacrificing Profits

By: Jeremy Bilsky, Senior Director and General Manager at Advance Partners While the U.S. rebound has had a bumpy start, the staffing industry continues to grow at an...

Employment Trends Index Rises Again in December

The Conference Board Employment Trends Index jumped to 116.63 in December after settling at 115.64 in November (revised from 114.49). Though job growth may briefly slow during...

Monthly Jobs Report: Job Gains Slow, Unemployment Rate Drops in December

It was another month of sluggish job growth — nonfarm payroll increased by only 199,000 jobs in December, after gaining just 249,000 jobs in November (revised), according...

Quits Rate Jumps in November After October Dip, Matches September High

The Great Resignation gained traction after a decrease in October, with 4.5 million leaving their jobs in November according to recently released BLS data. This is a...

Employers Losing Nearly $1 Billion Per Week Due to COVID-19 Absences

COVID-19 absences have cost employers more than $78.4 billion, according to an analysis from the Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI). Since April 2021, the loses have approached $1...

Workers Feel Empowered, Are Assessing Their Options: Randstad Survey Data

The majority of American workers feel a sense of new empowerment at work, according to a survey from Randstad USA. This comes as shifting labor market dynamics...

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