Highlights from our top articles for August include five talent pools companies can source from to help fill open jobs, LinkedIn’s new “Diversity Nudges” feature, and why 31% of retirees would consider returning to the workforce if inflation continues.   #1....
Employers plan to increase the use of contingent workers in upcoming years, according to a new report released by MBO Partners. The average company reported that contingent labor accounts for 28% of their workforce, and nearly seven in 10...
Liz Kislik, founder of Liz Kislik Associates, recently joined The Staffing Show to talk about her experience with building her own management consulting firm. In this interview, she touches on the nuances of different communication methods in the workplace...
With quits and open jobs still at record numbers (4.2 million and 10.7 million, respectively, in June), it’s no surprise that companies everywhere are struggling to secure talent. Globally, 40% of employees are likely to leave their jobs within...
Our top articles for July include news that the Great Resignation is pressing onward despite growing recession concerns, an interview with Crelate Co-founder Aaron Elder, and a guest article on the importance of a strong company culture.  #1. Great Resignation...
The Great Resignation doesn’t show any signs of stopping, even amid signs a recession may be on the horizon. A new survey by The Conference Board found that 31% of workers are actively looking for a new job. The survey...
In this episode of The Staffing Show, Aaron Elder, CEO and co-founder of Crelate, shares his experiences with entrepreneurship and upskilling his teams. He also discusses what today’s economic landscape could mean for the staffing industry and how to...
The share of self-employed workers has increased during the pandemic, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Self-employment was less susceptible than other forms of employment to the initial declines at the onset of the pandemic, and...
Our top articles for June include a pulse survey that follows up on the findings of the 2022 State of Staffing Benchmarking Report, a report from Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) that revealed a 9% growth projection for the staffing...
Two-thirds (66%) of working adults would prefer a 10% raise over an additional week of paid time off, according to data from a recent CareerBuilder survey. Workers are feeling the pinch — more than half (53%) have more than one...