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Diversity is among the top-three challenges facing talent acquisition this year, according to Findem’s Recruiting Trends Report 2022. Of the 100 senior HR leaders surveyed, 57% said diversity was a… Read more

Executives want to improve the quality and speed of their hiring, but lack the insights and data they need to improve their organization’s talent acquisition. A study conducted by Forrester… Read more

Three-quarters of hiring managers expect hiring to remain a challenge for the rest of 2022, while 84% are experiencing burnout because of the difficult job market. In addition, the Greenhouse… Read more

It’s not only rank and file employees who are keeping an eye on the door. A number of senior executives plan to leave their jobs at some point during the… Read more

More  than half of American Gen Z and Millennial employees, 53%, are likely to quit their jobs this year, according to EY’s 2022 Work Reimagined Survey. Globally, 43% of the… Read more

Are traditional recruiting practices up to the challenge of the Great Resignation? It’s not clear. New research by industry analyst firm the Josh Bersin Company found that over-reliance on old-style… Read more

Nearly three-quarters of managers, or 73%, said productivity and engagement had either improved or stayed the same with remote work. Only 27% said it worsened. But 60% either agree or… Read more

More office workers are willing to call it quits and move into new jobs that offer flexible work arrangements. That widespread feeling is a driving force behind the Great Resignation…. Read more

Some 43% of American employees say they’re experiencing a better level of overall happiness since the COVID-19 pandemic started two years ago. And 43% said their work and lives are… Read more

Artificial intelligence has established a firm foothold in the talent acquisition space, but new data indicates that advanced technology still has plenty of growth potential among employers battling for candidates…. Read more

More job seekers in the U.S. are applying for jobs in the same way they shop for products and services online — through their mobile device. During 2021, 67% of… Read more

The cost of recruiting new workers skyrocketed in 2021 as a result of a COVID-19-induced mismatch in the labor supply, according to a report from Appcast, the programmatic recruitment advertising… Read more

The great majority of employees and job seekers, 84%, are either looking for or open to a new job over the next six months, according to research by Greenhouse. But… Read more

The number of people choosing to become independent workers surged by a record-breaking 34% in 2021, jumping from 38.2 million in 2020 to 51.1 during the year. “An undercurrent that… Read more

After seven months of exceptionally high quit rates, the total number of resignations in the U.S. has surpassed 38 million, and all signs suggest that the crisis in turnover will… Read more

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