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Trends of 2015: The changing face of recruitment
The Staffing Stream
With 2014 behind us, it is the time to have a sneak peek at what can be the coming recruitment trends in 2015! It’s expected that 2015 will witness several major changes in the recruiting sector with the changing mindset of potential candidates. Here are the four trends that can be witnessed in the coming year in recruitment industry.
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Are you ready for these hiring trends?
Small Business Trends
With all signs pointing to real positive movement in the U.S. economy, it’s not surprising that the 2015 CareerBuilder U.S. Job Forecast has some good news for Americans seeking jobs or raises. In 2014, the study reports, hiring increased broadly, and that trend is likely to be even more pronounced this year. What does it mean for small business owners?
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US employers feeling pressure to raise wages for some types of workers
ERE
Across the U.S., employers and the agencies that help them fill jobs are feeling increasing pressure to raise pay for workers with special skills. Although hiring in many parts of the country and for certain sectors — manufacturing being one of the more frequently mentioned — was strong the last several weeks, growth nationally was generally minimal, the Federal Reserve said in a report on economic conditions.
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Robert Half CFO survey finds 41 percent willing to negotiate starting pay
Staffing Industry Analysts
Companies today are more willing to negotiate salary when hiring skilled job candidates compared to one year ago, according to a survey from global staffing firm Robert Half International Inc. The survey found 41 percent of CFOs said they are more open to negotiate starting pay while only 9 percent percent are less willing. More than two-thirds of executives surveyed, 68 percent, cited at least some difficulty finding applicants with the requisite skills, up 5 points from a survey last year.
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Employers grapple with key ACA compliance requirements
Employee Benefit News
In a perfect world, by now employers would have all their Affordable Care Act compliance systems up and running smoothly following the Jan. 1 effective date of the law’s employer responsibility provision for employers with at least 100 employees. In reality, a poll of more than 800 senior HR and benefits executives found that a majority both mid-sized and larger organizations are struggling with at least three key ACA compliance requirements: exchange notice management, annual health care reporting and penalty management.
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Work, financial pressures make workers reluctant to call in sick, survey reveals
Bloomberg BNA
One-third of U.S. workers hesitate to call in sick to work when they are ill, consumer product manufacturer Procter & Gamble found in a recent survey. “The leading motive for deciding not to take a sick day, as reported by respondents, was work pressures (44.9 percent),” followed by “financial concerns (42.5 percent) and fear of falling behind at the office (33.5 percent),” the company said.
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Cuomo launches billion-dollar competition to generate jobs
New York Post
Gov. Cuomo is pumping more money upstate, launching a $1.5 billion competition to award grants to three regions that come up with the best proposals for generating jobs. Gov. Cuomo is pumping more money upstate, launching a $1.5 billion competition to award grants to three regions that come up with the best proposals for generating jobs.
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Employers tell all: The most unusual interview mishaps and biggest body language mistakes
CareerBuilder
Much like a highly anticipated first date, a job interview can go from pure potential to pure disaster in mere minutes. In a new survey from CareerBuilder, employers shared the most memorable job interview mistakes candidates have made and how body language can hinder their chances of moving forward in the interview process.
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