Tag: Robert Half

Job Satisfaction Over the Years: How Long Until the ‘Honeymoon’ Period Is Over?

How long have you worked at your current job/company? Would you rate your happiness level as higher now than when you first started, or vice versa? According to a new study, released by Robert Half, the tenure of your career has varying levels of happiness. So how long does the “honeymoon” period really last? “Once […]

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Infographic: Interviewees Frustrated by Lack of Follow-Up

Timing is everything, the saying goes, and for firms trying to hire it could make the difference between securing the candidate and losing out. For almost six in 10 workers (57%) in a Robert Half survey, the most frustrating part of the job search is the long wait after an interview to hear if they […]

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2017 Salary & Hiring Preview

Infographic: Average Starting Salaries to Rise 3.6% in 2017

Newly released 2017 Salary Guides from Robert Half show that national average starting salaries for U.S. professional occupations are expected to increase 3.6% next year. “With skilled professionals in high demand and short supply, more employers are willing to negotiate compensation with potential hires,” Paul McDonald, senior executive director at Robert Half, said in a […]

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Don’t Drag Your Feet During Hiring

Yesterday we looked at an infographic from a Robert Half survey that indicates that candidates won’t wait around for you to contact them after an interview. Today we’ll look at some more results.

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Don’t Expect Interviewees to Wait Around

A recent study by Robert Half says that interviewees find waiting to hear back from a company is the most frustrating part. If they haven’t heard back in a week or two, they’ll move on to other companies. While we are in a talent crisis, can companies afford to lose quality talent because they didn’t […]

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Need a New Car? Just Expense It!

Business travel and expense reports go hand in hand, but sometimes employees can get a little carried away with what they are expensing! A new survey from Robert Half shows just how ridiculous these reports can get!

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