U.S. temporary staffing revenue will more than recover this year, according to the latest staffing industry forecast from SIA. The company predicts temporary staffing revenue will reach $134.7 billion in 2021, representing an 11% increase. The temporary staffing industry fell...
While compensation remains employees’ top priority, flexibility, mobility, and remote work are also high on the list, according to Prudential’s new Pulse of the American Worker Survey. The results show that today’s workers see the value of on-site work,...
2020 brought both challenges and silver linings to the recruitment industry, according to Bullhorn's 2021 Global Recruiting Insights and Data (GRID) research.  Bullhorn asked more than 2,200 global recruitment industry professionals what the future holds in five areas: Recruitment industry...
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...
Disruption is the watchword of work in 2021, and it holds both challenges and extraordinary potential, according to the Randstad report flexibility@work: embracing change.  Health and jobs intertwined "The world of work is always about people," said Guy Ryder, Director-General of...
By Ajay Kaul, managing partner of AgreeYa Solutions Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many job descriptions and roles have transformed, as recruiters and HR professionals found themselves at the forefront of crisis and risk management and a shift to...
Ghosting, or the act of suddenly ceasing communication with another party, made a challenging year for employment even more difficult. And the problem appears to be growing.  It’s also not just job candidates who ghost — employers are ghosting job...
The pandemic rendered the standard playbooks for how we do nearly everything -- from grocery shopping to schooling -- obsolete. But perhaps no area of our lives has changed more than how we work. For their 2021 Talent Trends...
A new year brings new hope for job market recovery. According to the 2021 Future of Recruiting Study from CareerArc, more than 75% of employers are optimistic that hiring demand will at least come close to its pre-pandemic state...
Most of the workforce (67%) is open to new job opportunities, according to the results of Ceridian’s 2021 Pulse of Talent survey. Not all of these employees are unhappy with their current jobs — but they’re looking for new...

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