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NYSA Staffing Industry Update
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State's economy adds 43,800 jobs in April
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New York State's economy grew by 43,800 private sector jobs, or 0.6 percent, in April 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, the State Labor Department reported. This was the state's largest monthly increase since September 2000. Since the start of New York's economic recovery, the state has added 162,600 private sector jobs, or 49 percent of the jobs lost during the recent recession. More

Employers adopt 'try before you buy' approach
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As the job reports start showing signs of life, with the unemployment rate declining again in March to a two-year low of 8.8 percent, there has been no letdown in the temporary job market. What is fueling the growth in this sector at a time when permanent jobs are on the rise? More

Survey: More companies credit-checking candidates
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Even as states and the U.S. EEOC are getting tougher — and talking tougher — on the use of credit checks, more employers are using them, says a just-released survey of trends in background screening. More

Is it better to hire for cultural fit over experience?
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You know that dream job candidate? The one with the pristine resume and Ivy League credentials? The one companies try to steal from their competitors by offering generous salaries and lavish benefits? The same dream candidate just as easily can turn into a nightmare by the time he signs his contract and props his feet on the mahogany desk in his corner office. More

Which jobs in Buffalo pay the most?
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General internists make the most money in the Buffalo region, according to a new breakdown of salaries in U.S. metro areas. On Numbers, a national blog posted by American City Business Journals Inc., used U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data to rank the salaries for 547 occupations in Erie and Niagara counties. More

5 bulk staffing, rapid-fire recruiting tips
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Author Andrew Gadomski, whose article appears in the next edition of "Journal of Corporate Recruiting Leadership," offers five tips (or landmines) for talent acquisition leaders as they plan for the economic recovery and aggressive staffing. More

Work-faith conflict and the EEOC
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It has been approximately two years since the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued a compliance manual update on religious discrimination. Employers seem challenged by the duty to accommodate religious beliefs, and the EEOC appears to be interested in pursuing enforcement of the accommodation requirement. More

Think you're losing money with employee incentives? Think again
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Today's human resources managers are faced with more employee compensation challenges than ever — and the reason is relatively clear: Employees no longer are happy with getting a decent day's wage for a decent day's work. They want more! More
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