Employment Trends Index Continues Its Downward Trend, Falling to 117.63 in July

The Conference Board Employment Trends Index dropped from 118.71 in June (revised) to 117.63 in July, signaling slower job gains in the months ahead. “This would bring...

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Employment Trends Index Continues Its Downward Trend, Falling to 117.63 in July

The Conference Board Employment Trends Index dropped from 118.71 in June (revised) to 117.63 in July, signaling slower job gains in the months ahead. “This would bring...

Monthly Jobs Report: 528,000 Jobs Added in July

Nonfarm payroll employment rose by 528,000 jobs in July, following the addition of 398,000 jobs in June (revised), according to the latest data from the Bureau of...

Phenom Report Reveals Gaps in Digital Candidate Experience

Talent teams face continued pressure and challenges due to the pandemic as well as the Great Resignation. According to Phenom’s State of Candidate Experience 2022 Report, digital...

51% of CEOs and CFOs Plan Wage Increases for Top Performers Only: Gartner

Many employees expecting a raise this year to cover cost-of-living increases may be sorely disappointed. According to a new survey from Gartner, only 28% of CEOs and...

Quits Rate Remained Steady in June: BLS Data

The quits rate for June remained relatively the same at 4.2 million, after May’s 4.3 million quits, according to recent data from the BLS Job Openings and...
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Tim Glennie, Managing Partner and Co-Founder of BridgeView, on Embracing Change and Failing Forward

On the latest episode of The Staffing Show, Tim Glennie, managing partner and co-founder of BridgeView, shares his experience with co-creating a firm that blends consulting and...

Staffing Hub’s Top 5 Articles for July

Our top articles for July include news that the Great Resignation is pressing onward despite growing recession concerns, an interview with Crelate Co-founder Aaron Elder, and a...

Compensation Costs Increased 1.3% in Q2 

Following an increase of 1.4% during the first quarter of the year, compensation costs for civilian workers went up another 1.3% in the second quarter, according to...

What’s Next for Remote Work?

At the start of the pandemic, remote work allowed many workers, especially those without roles requiring on-site work, to keep working while staying safe from infection and...

Companies Need More Employees, But Hold Off on Hiring: Express Employment Professionals

Companies need more employees to manage their workload, but many aren't hiring, according to a recent survey from The Harris Poll commissioned by Express Employment Professionals. Overall, 60%...

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