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SHRM Report: November 2012, One-Third of Employers Expect to Hire
Alexandria, Va. –Roughly one-third of manufacturing and service-sector companies expect to hire workers in November 2012 according to a report from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
The uptick marks the fourth consecutive month that the hiring rate will rise in manufacturing and services compared with the same period a year ago.
The findings are detailed in the SHRM LINE Report—Leading Indicators of National Employment®. The report provides a snapshot of month-ahead hiring expectations. (The Bureau of Labor Statistics jobs report analyzes past-month hiring trends.)
Respondents include HR professionals from 500 service-sector companies and 500 manufacturing companies.
The report shows three key data trends:
“Increased consumer confidence is sparking a rise in holiday hiring among many employers in the service sector,” said Jennifer Schramm, GPHR, and manager of workplace trends and forecasting at SHRM.
The SHRM LINE Report also features the only national monthly employment indices capturing HR professionals’ past-month recruiting difficulty, a new-hire compensation index, and an index of exempt and non-exempt job vacancies (in addition to the month-ahead hiring expectations index highlighted above)
SHRM LINE data for last month shows that:
“With recruiting difficulty mixed and no major increases in salaries planned for 2013, there were also few changes in new-hire compensation in October," said Schramm. "The new-hire compensation index was unchanged in manufacturing and down only slightly in services.”
Highlights of SHRM LINE year-over-year findings:
In November, the hiring rate will rise in both sectors compared with a year ago.
In October, recruiting difficulty fell in manufacturing and rose in services compared with a year ago.
In October, the rate of increase for new-hire compensation was unchanged in manufacturing and fell slightly in services compared with a year ago.
Source: SHRM Leading Indicators of National Employment
To read the full SHRM LINE Report, visit: http://www.shrm.org/line and click the “Latest LINE Report” button. Follow SHRM Research on Twitter @SHRM_Research.
Media: The SHRM LINE Report is released at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time on the first Thursday of each month. The SHRM employment expectations index describes the same time period referenced approximately one month later in the Employment SituationReport issued by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
About the Society for Human Resource Management
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