Leading business-class text messaging platform welcomes customer service expert Abby Boyd DENVER, CO, JULY 21, 2016 -- TextUs announced today that Abby Boyd will be joining their team as the Customer Experience Lead. Her role will improve customer service to the 100...
  A number of job board websites were recently slapped with age discrimination allegations by Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan. CareerBuilder, Monster, and Indeed were among the six companies listed in Madigan’s probe. The sites failed to include years in...
The number of U.S. job openings has crept up to 6.2 million, the highest since the Department of Labor began tracking it. Simultaneously, the country has 7 million unemployed workers, but filling the open positions with people who need...
In this episode, I talk to Jason Leverant, president and COO of the AtWork Group. Here, Leverant shares the secret to AtWork's consistent double-digit growth, their insane focus on service, and the next big trend in recruiting communication (is...
In this episode, Caitlin Delohery sits down (to a Zoom call) with two Bullhorn team members: Vinda Souza, the VP of Global Communications, and Caitlyn Rhodes, Talent Acquisition Business Partner and DEI Program Manager. We talked about making a...
Only 64% of organizations gave base pay raises in 2020, and roughly the same percentage plan to give raises this year, according to PayScale’s 2021 Compensation Best Practices Report. This number is down from 2019, when 82% of organizations...
Our top articles from September cover topics ranging from diversity and inclusion, to current workforce trends, to impactful insights from staffing industry CEOs. #1. Rishabh Mehrotra, CEO of Avionté, on Designing Customer-Centric Workflows Rishabh Mehrotra of Avionté talks about technology and...
In January, the US Conference Board Leading Economic Index declined by 0.3% to 119.6. This comes after increases in both December (+0.7%) and November (+0.8%) and is the first decline in the index since February 2021. “Initial claims for unemployment insurance,...
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 Labor Turnover Summary. The quits rate was unchanged at 2.8%. There were 10.7...
The majority of working Americans are doing worse financially compared to last year. A recent study from Salary Finance revealed that women were impacted more than men. More than two-thirds reported they regularly run out of money. This compares...

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