For many Americans, COVID-19 is bringing a heavy dose of economic hardship and anxiety. And, according to the results of the latest American Staffing Association (ASA) Workforce Monitor survey, some groups have more employment and financial worries than others. Anxiety...
Burnout, disengagement, financial pressures, government regulations -- these are all forces set to disrupt the healthcare industry, according to AMN Healthcare’s 2021 Healthcare Trends Survey Report. Despite these threats, nearly two-thirds (63%) of healthcare executives are optimistic about 2021. AMN’s...
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our daily lives and still carries many unknowns for the future, we’ve decided to postpone StaffingHub Live 2020. The next StaffingHub Live will take place on September 27th & 28th, 2021 at...
Can you afford to waste half a year on a hiring mistake? If your business is based in Seattle, that's how long it takes to correct a hiring misstep, according to new research by global specialized staffing firm Robert...
The pandemic may have tested the optimism of global staffing and recruitment leaders, but it emphasized what many already knew — future success depends on technological innovation.  Bullhorn recently surveyed more than 800 global staffing professionals to find out what...
Seven in 10 companies plan to phase their employees back into office life by this fall, according to LaSalle Network's "Office Re-Entry Index." The data, from 350 CEOs, COOs, and human resources and finance leaders sheds light on how...
The unemployment rate was 13.3% in May, an improvement over April’s 14.7%, though 21 million Americans are still without jobs, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.  Although all major worker groups experienced job loss, rates were notably higher...
Last month, Delta Air Lines made headlines when it announced that, as of November 1, it would charge unvaccinated workers an extra $200 per month for health coverage. This “stick” approach is a far cry from the “carrot” approach...
More than half of the employers are seeking creative ways to reduce staffing costs in order to delay layoffs, according to a recent survey by talent development accelerator LeadersUp. Just over 20% of employers said they had initiated layoffs...
American workers are looking to employers to mitigate their return-to-work concerns. According to a survey by Randstad USA, almost three-fourths (73%) of Americans are concerned about workplace safety standards and cleanliness as protection against COVID-19. The Next Normal survey revealed that...

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