Employers have long operated on the idea that when an employee uses the company email, it will only be for business purposes. That may be coming to an end if the National Labor Relations Board has its way. The NLRB is broadly interpreting...
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, hourly workers make up three-fifths of all wage and salaried workers. In addition, 40 percent of employers plan to hire temporary and contract workers this year, compared to 36 percent last year. While these findings are all well...
Most strategic recruiters seek to optimize the three most important factors in talent acquisition — cost, time and quality. However, that objective is often impossible to accomplish because recruiters continue to use outdated talent processes which were designed back...
About one in five people with jobs in the United States now work part-time, and the number of part-time jobs has not been declining very quickly as the economy emerges from the recession. There are about three times as many part-time workers who have that arrangement by...
About half of senior managers said when it comes to evaluating someone's work background, a long period of consistent temporary assignments is comparable to full-time employment, according to a new OfficeTeam survey.
The shift from a full-time to a more freelance-driven workplace has become increasingly common among industries ranging from transportation-for-hire to advertising and event management as the U.S. economy improves. In few areas is this idea of on-demand talent more palpable...
New York State’s private sector job count grew by 17,300, or 0.2 percent, in July 2014, according to preliminary figures released today by the New York State Department of Labor. This latest monthly employment gain raised New York...
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