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Apprenticeship rule announced, plus millions in program support

06/25/2019
The U.S. Department of Labor on June 24 announced a proposed rule “to advance the development of high-quality, industry-recognized apprenticeship programs.”

Kardashian, Trump urge employment opportunities for former inmates

06/18/2019
Celebrity Kim Kardashian West visited the White House June 13 to join President Trump in announcing that the administration is “taking crucial steps” to encourage employers to hire former inmates.

Document promotion process to show you chose the best

06/10/2019
Employers that follow their own rules and maintain accurate and complete records of their promotion decisions generally win failure-to-promote cases.

Dismissal came with warning: No more frivolous suits!

06/10/2019
Good news for employers: More courts are moving swiftly to toss out frivolous lawsuits before their target is even served with the legal paperwork.

Biggest hiring challenge: Getting applicants’ attention

06/04/2019
Recruiting is no walk in the park, according to new research from the Robert Half staffing firm.

Blue-collar jobs now harder to fill than white-collar jobs

05/29/2019
A new analysis by the Conference Board business research group forecasts that blue-collar labor shortages will continue throughout 2019 and beyond.

Cold feet: 28% have reneged after accepting job offers

05/21/2019
Employers take note: The hiring process doesn’t necessarily end when a candidate accepts the offer, new research from global staffing firm Robert Half shows.

Class of 2019: Chances of getting hired are excellent

05/07/2019
The members of the class of 2019 are graduating into a job market that’s eager to employ them.

Snapshot: ‘Boomerang’ employees make a comeback

04/02/2019
In a tight labor market, employers are increasingly open to hiring their former employees.

Hiring projection lags slightly compared to 2018

03/19/2019
Hiring plans for 2019 are slightly less robust than they were last year, with 40% of employers planning to hire full-time, permanent employees in 2019, and 47% looking to recruit part-timers.