Relocations Increase in U.S., Some Regions Worldwide
More U.S. job seekers are on the move, but fewer people overall are interested in permanently relocating to other countries, according to two recent surveys.
Hiring, Layoffs Projected to Slow in March
Manufacturers and service-sector companies will add jobs at a lower rate in March than they did a year ago, according to the Society for Human Resource Management’s Leading Indicators of National Employment survey, released March 6, 2014. Meanwhile, layoffs are also expected to slow this month, according to another report.
Long-Term Unemployed Find Jobs Through Hope, Perseverance
Through the efforts of groups like Charlotte Works, employers are getting the message, and attitudes about offering opportunities to long-term unemployed workers are improving.
Women in SET Jobs Leaving ‘In Droves’
Startling numbers of women working in science, engineering and technology—the same SET industries that grade schools are urging girls to pursue—are considering leaving those fields because of gender bias, a new report found.
Does Unemployment Discrimination Happen?
LinkedIn poster’s question stirs controversy.
SHRM, SHRM Foundation Focus on Employing Older Workers
The initiative will highlight new research, best practices aimed at understanding and solving the issues of an aging workforce.
Super-Commuters: Going the Distance
Long-distance commuters are a driving force in broadening the talent pool.
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