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Bad hires cost $15,000, plague 74% of employers

12/12/2017

According to a new CareerBuilder survey, companies last year lost an average of $14,900 every time they made a hiring mistake.

Little confidence in ability to elevate female leaders

12/12/2017

Only 28% of senior HR executives are satisfied with their organization’s ability to elevate women into leadership roles.

Almost all would trade pay if employer shared values

12/05/2017

According to a new survey, 89% of U.S. employees would be willing to trade some of their salary to work at a company whose values match their own—a big chunk of their salaries in some cases.

It’s an epidemic! More workers fake being sick

11/28/2017

Just don’t feel like going into work today? You’re not alone, but be careful what you tell the boss. They’ve heard all the excuses.

SHRM certs surpass 100K

11/28/2017

More than 106,000 HR practitioners have received the Society for Human Resource Management’s certified professional and senior certified professional credentials since they were created in January 2015.

Location affects employers’ likelihood of being sued

11/21/2017

A new study of employment practices disputes and litigation by Hiscox insurance researchers found that businesses in Washington, D.C., Delaware, Nevada, New Mexico and California face the highest risk of being sued by their employees when compared to the national average.

Snapshot: Ad hoc telework is most common flexible work arrangement

11/21/2017

Almost all employers offer at least some employees the opportunity to work from home if a child is sick or to meet a repair person.

Most new hires afraid to negotiate starting pay

11/14/2017

Most new hires don’t negotiate their starting salaries even though most employers expect them to, according to a Harris Poll. Only 44% of applicants try to bid up a potential employer’s initial pay offer.

Stifle that yawn! Everyone else is bored at work, too

10/24/2017
If you’ve ever had a case of the blahs at work, you’re not alone. According to a new survey from staffing firm OfficeTeam, the average professional is bored in the office 10.5 hours per week.

Snapshot: Sexual harassment costs tens of millions per year

10/24/2017
Since fiscal year 2010, the EEOC has collected an average of $42.2 million per year on behalf of sexual harassment victims.
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