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Brr… While much of the country continues to trudge through record-breaking (and unwelcome) amounts of snow and ice, the U.S. economy appears to be thawing — at least a little. This is evidenced by some positive news coming out of the February 2014 jobs report released this morning by the U.S. Continue reading
A new study looks at the financial impact of the skills gap.
What is the skills gap really costing employers? According to a new survey from CareerBuilder, employers estimate that, on average, they lose more than $14,000 for every job that stays vacant for three months or longer, and 1 in 6 companies say they lose $25,000 or more. Continue reading
The self-described “navigator of organizational and cultural change” believes there’s a shift taking place in the business world today — a shift toward values-based cultures, and millennials are driving it. Continue reading
What do you get when you pair the temporary workforce — an employment sector that’s estimated to grow over the next year — with virtual manpower — a group that consists of about 43 million Americans? The rise of the freelance economy. Continue reading
On “The Bachelor,” it’s not unusual for a first date to consist of a helicopter ride to an exotic destination or deserted island. That’s a little over the top. But when it comes to the competitive world of recruiting, where companies and startups are vying for the best talent, some are turning on the charm and opening up their wallets (big time!) to tempt top talent to walk through the doors with grand gestures designed to sweep them off their feet. Continue reading
Much like Kevin Costner, retirement seems to be making a (slight) comeback this year.
According to CareerBuilder’s annual survey on retirement, the number of workers delaying retirement is on a downward trend. Though 58 percent of workers age 60 or older say they are currently putting off retirement, the figure is down from 61 percent in 2013 and a peak of 66 percent in 2010. Continue reading