Our top articles from May include highlights from the 2022 State of Staffing Benchmarking Report, rankings of top companies from Forbes and DiversityInc, and the latest episodes of The Staffing Show. #1.The 2022 State of Staffing Benchmarking Report Is Live! A...
The youngest generations of the U.S. workforce are caught between their desire for change and the pressures of their daily lives. A new survey released by Deloitte reveals that members of Gen Z and Millennials are grappling with financial...
Relatability is the key to attracting and retaining talent, according to Mercer’s 2020 Global Talent Trends Study. The study, which surveyed almost 11,000 C-suite execs, HR leaders, and employees, revealed the pressing need for alignment between companies and their...
There’s no time like the present to rethink hiring strategies. Job seekers are in short supply, workers are rapidly changing jobs or leaving the workforce altogether, and employers are challenged with building a more inclusive and supportive workplace. It...
The Great Resignation has had a broad impact, but it’s affecting certain industries and worker groups more than others. From employees in low-paying, customer-facing jobs to working parents, some workers are struggling to find any motivation to stay in...
There was no shortage of challenges in 2021 — a shrinking labor pool, employee burnout, and the Great Resignation, to name a few. But what challenges and opportunities are waiting around the corner as we venture into 2022? To better...
There’s no end in sight to the current labor shortage, according to a new report by Korn Ferry. In addition to grappling with a high turnover rate, companies are expected to experience continued labor shortages into the new year. According...
While salary is certainly a deciding factor in whether a candidate applies for a job, a solid list of benefits and perks could impact how much pay job seekers are willing to accept. For example, some candidates may be...
The possibility of a better salary and benefits package may be more attractive to job seekers than flexibility, according to PwC’s latest US Pulse Survey.  Sixty-five percent of employees said they’re on the hunt for a new job. Meanwhile, 88%...
Job opportunities are on the rise, and many employees could find their next role within their current company. According to a new report by Randstad RiseSmart, a large majority (92%) of employers plan to hire within the next three...