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Metrics

Snapshot: Contingent workforce in 2020

01/15/2019
How much of the workforce is made up of contingent workers?

More hiring in 2019, fewer worries about economy

01/08/2019
Nearly 55% of companies plan to hire in the coming year, according to a survey conducted by Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc. That’s compared to just over 46% of companies who reported they would hire in 2018.

Snapshot: Who earns what in HR?

01/08/2019
Benefits managers have the highest median income among HR occupations tracked by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Snapshot: Percentage of 18- to 21-year-olds in the workforce

01/02/2019
Today’s post-millennials are less likely to have started working than previous generations were at the same age.

Employee turnover hit all-time high in 2018

12/18/2018
Total workplace turnover in the United States hit a whopping 19.3% in 2018, up dramatically from 17.8% in 2016 and 15.7% in 2014.

Snapshot: What HR audits cover

12/11/2018
Of the 92% of employers that regularly audit how the HR function handles employee conduct, these are the topics that get the most attention.

Humbug! More employers say no to holiday parties

11/27/2018
This year, 65% of companies plan to hold a holiday party, the lowest number since 2009.

Snapshot: ‘Post-millennials’ are the most diverse generation in U.S. history

11/20/2018
Half of Americans ages 6 to 21 belong to a racial or ethnic minority, a far higher percentage than ever before.

Seasonal stats: Thanks for the extra hours?

11/15/2018
A new survey by yougov.com found that 17% of Americans will report for work this Thanksgiving Day.

60% would conduct job search from work

11/13/2018
78% of workers said they would feel at least somewhat comfortable looking for a new job while with their present company. More than six in 10 respondents (64%) indicated they’d likely conduct search activities from work.