The current tight job market has organizations looking to stand out from the crowd. Job hunters are frequently weighing multiple job offers and have come to expect health coverage and retirement savings options as part of the benefit offerings. Employers are finding they need to differentiate themselves from competitors in the marketplace. One way to […]
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These days, you can’t open a newspaper or read an article online without hearing about the current talent shortage. In 2017, the unemployment rate hit a 17-year low of 4.1% in the fourth quarter. While this is good news for jobseekers, it has created big challenges for businesses that are trying to attract new talent. […]
A recent study by Paychex sought to explore trends in wage growth and hours worked among small businesses. That report shows that small business wage growth has decreased, despite an increase in weekly hours worked.
South Carolina employers are facing a September 14 deadline to provide notice to applicants and employees related to the new South Carolina Pregnancy Accommodations Act (SCPAA).
It’s tempting to check out someone’s social media profiles—be it a first date, a new neighbor, or a potential or current employee.
In the near future, companies will be spending more on their L&D departments than ever before. Their goal? Becoming more agile. In 2017 alone, global spending for L&D and training reached $362 billion.
Recent research conducted by iCIMS shows that workers stay with an employer for 2 to 3 years on average. Additionally, up to 70% of employees leave a company for better pay, and 53% claim that they leave because they don’t think that their employers care about them as individuals. In other words, retaining employees should […]
The age of Intelligent Automation (IA), defined as artificial intelligence combined with process automation technology, is becoming increasingly realistic as new advances to devices and software become commonplace in our professional and personal lives. This quickly approaching era will see the use of robotic process automation (RPA), artificial intelligence and advanced analytics technologies to automate […]
New research shows that most executives believe that competition for talent will ramp up throughout the remainder of 2018.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have some way to assess the likelihood that a given candidate will stay with the organization long term—or to have at least a way to predict which candidate is more likely to succeed in your organization if more than one seems qualified for a given role?