An article from The Conference Board states that “with the unemployment rate near historic lows, employers are facing significant recruitment and retention difficulties.” This is supported by the January 2020 Small Business Optimism Index.
This guest post was written by the folks at PartnerAmp, a provider of solutions for channel partner training and management.
In the United States, laws such as the Equal Pay Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 help to ensure that hiring practices are fair and balanced.
An early 2018 Glassdoor survey reported that close to 35% of hiring decision makers expect more employees to quit over the span of 2018 than they did in 2017.
Contributed by: Rich Virgilio
Congratulations, HR Professional! You made it into 2018 and now you get to take on the challenge of achieving the goals your executive leadership set forth in the strategic plan for the year.
As the United States approaches full employment, with the millennial generation a major component of the current workforce, the war for talent continues.
In the November 8th issue of Astronology®, we addressed the topic of what to do when you have an employee that is willing but unable to perform his or her job functions.
Despite reading of one layoff after another in the United States, and continued talk of recession, recruitment and retention of entry-level, hourly employees is still a concern.