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Which States Pay Best—and Worst—for the Most Dangerous Jobs?

New research reveals the highest and lowest-paying states for dangerous occupations, including logging workers, fishers, aircraft pilots, roofers and garbage collectors.  The analysis of mean salaries in all 50 states for jobs with the highest industry rates revealed that only 15 states pay above the national average of $56,795 for these dangerous jobs.

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Recruiting: What Drives the ‘Modern’ Candidate to Seek a Job with You (or Not)?

A new survey report examines what technology capabilities job candidates expect from a prospective employer’s career site.  The iCIMS survey, The Modern Job Seeker, conducted among 500 full-time employed U.S. adults, also includes information on how job seekers are researching companies before applying for a job, as well as the importance of social media and […]

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Do Millennial Managers Respect Their Elders?

Does the old adage, “respect your elders,” take on a new meaning when your elders become your direct reports? According to new survey results, a different “old adage” comes to mind: age is just a number.

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What Is the ROI of Your Ethics and Compliance Training Program?

If your organization is like many in a recent study, you might struggle to answer that question. That’s because many organizations do not attempt to demonstrate a return on investment (ROI) for their ethics and compliance training program.

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Survey: Most Employers Don’t Want Full Repeal and Replace of ACA

A new Mercer survey has found that only 35% of employers favor a full repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), while 51% actually oppose it (and 14% have no opinion).  Instead, the survey found that employers prefer smaller changes to the law.

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Are Your Older Employees Thinking Differently About Retirement?

Employers invest a tremendous amount of time and cost in employee benefit offerings which are designed to help their employees save and financially prepare for retirement. Ironically, few employers are focused on the actual process of retirement and its workforce-related implications.

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The Most Outrageous Lies Caught on Résumés

Recently, HRSBT reported that almost half (46%) of workers have claimed they know of someone who has provided false information on a résumé. However, a new survey—released by CareerBuilder—shows that 75% of HR professionals have actually caught a lie on a job applicant’s résumé. The survey also shows that 12% of HR pros are more […]

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Survey Underscores Correlation Between Communication and Engagement

A new survey report on workplace conversations illustrates the correlation between communication and employee engagement, finding that employees who report that they have “great” or “excellent” work-related conversations with their immediate managers and coworkers are much more likely to be highly engaged at work. 

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