Tag Archives: Employment Trends
by Bill Golden BLS JOBS Report / April 2013 / Status Quo … not good, not bad, just indifferent … however there are some things to think about from the official BLS.gov ‘Employment Situation Report‘ for April 2013: Overall status
Will the traditional office exist in 50 years? Ricoh survey asks Malvern, Pennsylvania /PRNewswire/ — Nearly two-thirds (64%) of Americans say they’d choose to work virtually if they could. But despite abundant Internet access and increasingly powerful mobile devices, more
JOBS / Future / Jobs in the Cloud could increase from 1.7 to 7 million by 2015 Demand for Cloud-based skills are expected to grow rapidly. Dennis McCafferty of Baselinemag.com has put together an 11 slide presentation to help you
ATLANTA, GA ~ A new study released today from Randstad, the second largest HR services and staffing company in the world, revealed that U.S. workers are feeling more secure in their jobs and less likely to make sacrifices to keep
Book + Advice ~ Three Million College Grads Looking for Jobs, One Million Jobs Available, Be the One~in~the~Million!
PEMBROKE PINES, FL ~ Job seekers are facing a tough and competitive job market today as companies lay off employees and outsource jobs. According to a 2011 study by Rutgers University WORKTRENDS, just 53 percent of recent college graduates are
Some companies are skipping hiring both employees and temporary staffers. Instead, companies are turning to ‘crowdsourcing’. Crowdsourcing is generally cheaper and faster than hiring staffing temps or regular staff. It can also lower corporate compensation costs by more than half
MILWAUKEE, WI /PRNewswire/ ~ According to ManpowerGroup’s (NYSE: MAN) first quarter 2012 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey released today, job seekers can expect a slower first-quarter hiring pace than fourth quarter of 2011 in the majority of the world’s labor markets.
U.S. Companies Say Offshoring has not Cost Domestic Jobs, According to Research from Duke University and The Conference Board - Most companies say offshoring of jobs has not resulted in higher unemployment domestically - The desire to cut costs is
Employee Confidence in Job Security and Company Outlook Increased; Mixed Expectations on Pay Raises and Bonuses Amid Rising Uncertainty About Job Market
Employee Confidence in Job Security and Company Outlook Increased in Fourth Quarter; Mixed Expectations on Pay Raises and Bonuses Amid Rising Uncertainty About Job Market While Majority of Those Bonus Eligible Expect a 2010 Bonus, 45% of Employees Don’t Expect