We’ve had the Great Resignation, the Great Reshuffle, and now we’re looking at…the Great Firing? According to a new survey by Employment BOOST, the same workers who left their jobs during the Great Resignation for higher pay could now...
The number of job openings in December crept up to 9.0 million according to the most recent BLS Job Openings and Labor Turnover report, following 8.8 million openings in November. Where job openings increased Professional and business services (+239,000) Health...
Job openings continued to decline in March, dropping by 384,000 and totaling 9.6 million for the month, according to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Compared to December 2022, job openings were down by 1.6 million. Where job...
Private sector employment grew by 296,000 jobs in April, after adding 145,000 jobs in March, according to the latest ADP National Employment Report. “The slowdown in pay growth gives the clearest signal of what's going on in the labor market...
Pay transparency in job postings leads to more and higher-quality applicants, according to SHRM. Several states have enacted, or are considering enacting, pay transparency laws, and SHRM notes that “many have raised concerns that listing pay ranges may lead...
The Great Resignation eased up a bit after a record-setting September, with 4.2 million leaving their jobs in October according to BLS data released today. This is a 205,000 decrease from September. There were 11 million open jobs in October. Where...
By Richard Mendis, CMO at HireLogic 10 years ago, employers had to accommodate the rapid rise of smartphones in the workplace. Now, history repeats itself as employees quickly adopt productivity-boosting AI solutions.  In late 2006, one quarter before Apple introduced the...
The Conference Board Employment Trends Index (ETI) rose to 116.18 in April, up from 115.51 in March (downward revision), suggesting that job growth will continue in the months ahead, but at a slower pace. Despite this month’s increase, the...
Nearly half (48%) of organizations say that building a talent pipeline is their top priority for this year, according to Symphony Talent's State of Recruitment Marketing in 2024 report. But that priority is proving difficult to achieve -- 68% of...
Job openings dropped by 410,000 to 10.8 million in January, according to recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The number of quits declined slightly to 3.9 million (-207,000), but layoffs and discharges jumped by 241,000 to 1.7...

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