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Snapshot: What HR audits cover

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

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

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?

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

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.

Snapshot: CEO tenure rises along with bull market

CEOs are staying in their jobs longer as the economic expansion continues and stock values keep rising.

Survey: Three-quarters of us are tired on the job

Drained at your desk? You’re not alone. Recent research from staffing firm Accountemps suggests feeling worn out at work is a common occurrence among U.S. employees.

8 million new jobs by 2023, but mid-market misses out

The U.S. is expected to add 8,310,003 jobs from 2018 to 2023. That represents a 5% growth rate.

Gig economy: 1% of workers get their assignments from an app

More than 1.5 million Americans work gig economy jobs in which their assignments come to them via computer or cell phone apps, according to new research by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Snapshot: How satisfied are we with job security?

American workers are confident that they won’t lose their jobs anytime soon.