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Our top articles from November include an interview with Joe Mullings of The Mullings Group, an overview of Forbes' Top Female-Friendly Companies, and a look at why older Americans are “unretiring.” #1. All-Time High 4.4 Million Workers Quit in September BLS...
A record number of companies made SIA's list of largest U.S. staffing firms this year. According to the report released this week, 186 firms generated $100 million or more staffing revenue in 2020. The previous record was 175, in...
The Great Resignation is largely due to married workers, MarketWatch reported, citing data from Barclays. At the beginning of the pandemic, the workforce participation decline was mostly among unmarried workers, but by September 2020 that had changed. The researchers...
The U.S. Department of Labor today announced a final rule that will increase the minimum wage for employees on federal contracts to $15/hour, starting January 30 of next year. This rule, which will affect most new contracts, renewals, and...
To recognize women in the staffing industry and their extraordinary contributions, Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) recently released its 2021 Global Power 150 – Women in Staffing list. The list features 100 women from the Americas and 50 global honorees. Now...
On the heels of a record 4.4 million Americans quitting their jobs in September comes a new workforce trend: "unretiring." MarketWatch reported that more than 2.5% of retired workers returned to work last month. The pandemic caused roughly 3 million...
The Great Resignation reached a new peak in September as 4.4 million left their jobs, according to BLS data released Friday. This represents an increase of 164,000 compared to August and is the highest number since the government began...
After dropping to 109.68 in September (revised), the Conference Board Employment Trends Index jumped up to 112.23 in October. This increase sets the stage for strong job growth in the coming months. Six of the eight labor market indicators helped...
After a few months of slowed growth, nonfarm payroll employment increased by 531,000 jobs in October, according to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. In addition, September’s job gain was revised from the 194,000 initially reported...
Our top articles from October include an interview with Michal Juhas of Geek Recruiters, as well as insights into the changing geographic boundaries of work and the reevaluation of the recruiting process. #1. Michal Juhas, President and Founder of Geek...

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