Over half of U.S. companies say they plan to add new positions during the remainder of 2021, according to a new survey conducted by Robert Half. This could leave job seekers with the upper hand when looking for a...
The majority (90%) of U.S. decision makers say their company is looking to hire full-time, mid- or entry-level workers through the end of 2022, according to a new survey from The Harris Poll and commissioned by Express Employment Professionals....
There was no shortage of challenges in 2021 — a shrinking labor pool, employee burnout, and the Great Resignation, to name a few. But what challenges and opportunities are waiting around the corner as we venture into 2022? To better...
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% of companies said they don't have enough employees to handle their workload....
During the pandemic, many companies accelerated their adoption of technology. This shift in the way businesses operate led to a growing demand for knowledge workers, according to the first-ever Knowledge Work Demand Index from Braintrust. This analysis of more...
What worked for staffing firms in the past will not work for them in the future – that’s the key takeaway from new data released by Bullhorn about Gen Z’s attitudes toward work and staffing firms. To appeal to this...
The Great Resignation could continue into 2022 as 41% of U.S. adults say they're likely to look for a new job within the next year, according to the latest American Staffing Association Workforce Monitor survey. Hispanic and Black workers...
Almost half (46%) of U.S. companies plan to add new permanent positions during the second half of 2022, according to a new survey from Robert Half. An additional 46% say they will fill vacated positions, while only 8% anticipate...
The possibility of a better salary and benefits package may be more attractive to job seekers than flexibility, according to PwC’s latest US Pulse Survey.  Sixty-five percent of employees said they’re on the hunt for a new job. Meanwhile, 88%...
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 370,000 increase from October. The quits rate increased to 3.0% and matched...

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