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New York City Council votes to restrict credit checks in hiring
The New York Times
The City Council passed a bill on Thursday that will make New York the 12th jurisdiction in the country to prohibit employers from using credit checks to screen job applicants. By a 47-to-3 vote, the Council approved a ban that supporters said would significantly curtail a practice that they said disproportionately affected the ability of blacks and Hispanics to get hired.
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Temporary staffing industry to grow 6 percent in US, SIA forecast says
Staffing Industry Analysts
The U.S. temporary staffing industry will grow 6% in 2015 and another 5 percent in 2016 to reach a record industry size of $121.0 billion in 2016, according to the “U.S. Staffing Industry Forecast: April 2015 Update” released by Staffing Industry Analysts. The US place and search industry will expand 9 percent in 2015 and increase 7 percent in 2016. Combining temporary staffing and place and search, the forecast calls for the total US staffing industry to grow 6 percent in 2015 and 5 percent in 2016 to reach $139.1 billion.
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You could lose big if your career site is not mobile friendly
ERE
Sometime today (April 21) your career site, the one you worked so hard to get on Google’s first search page, may disappear down the rabbit hole, banished to page two, three, or worse. Tuesday is when Google implements a new ranking system that rewards sites that are mobile-friendly by elevating them in its search results. The flip side of that is the bad news for any website that isn’t mobile-enabled — it will fall in the rankings.
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NYS economy adds 8,600 private sector jobs in March 2015 as unemployment rate drops to 5.7 percent
New York State Department of Labor
In March 2015, New York State’s private sector job count increased by 8,600, or 0.1 percent, to 7,753,700, reaching a new all-time high. The statewide unemployment rate in New York declined from 5.8 percent to 5.7 percent in March 2015, its lowest level since August 2008, according to preliminary figures released by the New York State Department of Labor.
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What is a pre-hire platform — and why do you need it?
The Hiring Site
The race to compete for qualified talent isn't dying down any time soon, and you need to stay a step ahead of the competition to move your business forward. One of your biggest challenges is that you already have a full plate, so how can you add time back to your day to focus on the things that really matter? You can start by figuring out how you can streamline your recruitment activities. A pre-hire platform can get the job done — quickly and effectively.
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How soon will you – or your temps – be replaced by robots?
Staffing Talk
A new international poll finds that 63 percent of workers don't believe their jobs will ever be replaced by automation (i.e., computers, robots), while an additional 10 percent think it will take over a decade for automation to replace them. This despite a 2013 Oxford study that argues almost half (47 percent) of today's jobs in the U.S. could be automated in the next two decades.
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7 most effective employee retention strategies
The Staffing Stream
The job market is buzzing with comprehensive people strategies for higher productivity and better results. But, the thought to ponder over is, can the same be accomplished without introducing proven retention strategies? You’ve worked hard enough to map talent and carry out an efficacious recruitment procedure. Right from small businesses to multinationals dealing in billions, employees are the most treasured asset any hiring manager can possess. However, reasons that a worker calls it quits might be numerous to list. Nevertheless, the point is to find a hack to the underlying situation. Hence, here are seven effective techniques that’ll help you retain your best employees and move towards better results.
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