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New York State economy added more than 108,000 private sector jobs in past year
New York State Department of Labor
New York State’s private sector job count held steady at 7,539,300 in March 2014, an all-time high for the month, according to preliminary figures released today by the New York State Department of Labor. Over the 12-month period ending March 2014, the state’s private sector job count has climbed by 108,200, or 1.5 percent.
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Can interview techniques squash boring business meetings?
By Catherine Iste
Meetings and interviews can be some of the worst job experiences. HR professionals and recruiters have known for a long time the best way to get great, useful information from job candidates is to meet with them and use behavioral interviewing techniques. These techniques help the interviewer start and stop the meeting on time, get and convey the information they need, and wrap up with everyone clear on the next steps. Wouldn't it be great if all meetings were like that?
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Borrowing for pension costs soar in New York
Ithaca Journal
Local governments and the state increased borrowing off the state pension fund to pay yearly retirement costs by 22 percent between 2013 and this year, state records show. As pension costs soar, 133 municipalities deferred $472 million in retirement obligations this year — a record amount, data from the state Comptroller’s Office showed. Last year, 139 employers borrowed $368 million.
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Small businesses get another break on Obamacare
American Express OPEN Forum
A recent Obamacare revision will make health care more affordable for small-business owners, while potentially driving up costs for their employees.
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California, New York, Texas lead in temporary foreign workers
Staffing Industry Analysts
The states with the most foreign temporary workers were California, New York and Texas, according to a report by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. And the country sending the most temporary foreign workers to the U.S. was India.
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'Actively' promoted by employers, high deductible health plans gain ground among workers
ERE.net
That employers have been shifting the increased cost of health benefits to their employees is hardly news. Now a new study of healthcare use shows just what that means to workers.
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Managing: Should I tell terrible applicants where they've gone wrong?
Buffalo Business First
Question: Should I let terrible applicants know what’s wrong with their applications?
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Does your staff need to go back to school?
Staffing Talk
Resources are getting tighter and many organizations are facing the challenge of making the most of a lean workforce. It may be tough to justify employees spending several days in training, but forward-thinking organizations are finding ways to invest in staff education.
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Some interesting ways mobile is getting mobile in the recruitment industry
The Staffing Stream
Mobile is gaining more and more momentum given its ubiquitousness in every spectrum of market. The recruitment industry is no exception. From social to marketing, you need to adopt various ways of attracting and interacting with job candidates. Mobile is becoming a vibrant mode leveraging what candidates access, search and engages online.
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