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Employees Demand Upskilling in Order to Survive Uncertainty (Infographic)

Employees worry they don’t possess the skills it takes to prevail in today’s work climate. In fact, a new study released by Cornerstone found that half of the workforce doubts they have the skills to withstand a layoff. The solution to this fear? Using skills development as a way to avoid job loss, increase confidence, […]

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Banking Industry Offers 10% More Pay to Attract Talent

The talent shortage has claimed another victim: the banking industry. Turnover continues to increase and retaining and recruiting talent are major considerations banks have to take into consideration. One way for banks to stand out in the war for talent is to offer more pay as a means to attract talent, finds new survey data. […]

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Do You Have What It Takes to Attract the Class of 2020?

As the 2019–2020 school year kicks off, what better time to start preparing for these graduates’ entrance into the workforce than now? Do you have what the class of 2020 is looking for in an employer? If not, you’ve still got time to fix your culture, implement new technologies, and include the benefits Gen Z […]

How Can Employers Better Serve Veterans’ Needs?

Veterans Day is right around the corner (Sunday, November 11, to be exact), and what better way to celebrate it than to hire veterans to help fill your vacant roles! Here, we’ll look at the ways companies can improve their recruitment strategies for hiring this highly skilled talent pool.

How Much Time Are Employees Wasting on the Internet?

There’s little doubt that the Internet has greatly contributed to workplace efficiency and productivity over the last couple decades. E-mail has made real-time, written communication far easier than ever before, and new technologies have provided the ability to share computer screens and hold virtual face-to-face meetings—not to mention the ability to conduct research without sifting […]

The Lunch Hour Is Not What it Used to Be

OfficeTeam recently released a survey exploring the true nature of the lunch hour in America. The findings show a landscape where lunch breaks are shorter, fewer workers take them, and when they do, over half use it to surf the net or social media.

Worker Engagement: The True Nature of Workplace Friendships

Are workplace friends really friends? That’s a question recently asked by Olivet Nazarene University, which survey people across 21 industries. Their goal was to learn about circles of friends in the workplace. HR managers are always looking for ways to engage employees. Workplace friendships, or the lack of them, is an important piece of the […]

Survey Reveals HR Departments Increase Focus on Engagement, Company Culture

For the second consecutive year, from the annual SHRM Conference & Exposition, Paychex released the results of its Pulse of HR Survey, offering insights on the challenges and priorities of today’s HR leaders. The survey, which collected over 300 responses from HR leaders (managers and up) in small and midsize organizations across the United States, […]