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Snapshot: It’s not all bad news!

07/28/2020
Despite the daily drumbeat of negativity, Americans are staying at least somewhat positive.

’Fess up, teleworkers! Who’s even wearing pants?

07/21/2020
Sure, we try to look presentable during Zoom meetings. But let’s face it: Fashion only matters from the waist up these days.

Half of employees say HR is not trustworthy

07/21/2020
A full one-half of 1,000 American workers surveyed by the career site Zety said they think their HR department is “not trustworthy.”

Tough times await new grads from the Class of 2020

07/14/2020
The young people who graduated from college this spring are entering the job market during an official recession. Looking at past recessions, the timing does not bode well for young workers’ overall career trajectories in terms of available jobs and compensation.

Most employers addressed BLM protests with staff

07/07/2020
Employers are publicly embracing anti-racism and Black Lives Matter messaging in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd and subsequent weeks-long national protests.

Snapshot: Youngest workers are most diverse in history

07/07/2020
As of 2018, almost half of Americans age 21 and younger were not Caucasian.

Coronavirus pandemic has us second-guessing careers

06/30/2020
After months of maneuvering through the coronavirus crisis, many employees are rethinking what’s most important when it comes to their careers, new research from global staffing firm Robert Half suggests.

77% of HR pros expect more telework, even post-covid

06/16/2020
As millions of Americans continue working from home, new survey results suggest why some of them should get comfortable.

Women most vulnerable to pandemic-related job loss

06/09/2020
Women account for 55% of the 20.5 million who lost their jobs in April.

Employers eager to reopen, cautious about the details

06/04/2020
As states relax stay-at-home orders, 78% of employers surveyed by the Littler Mendelson law firm say they will reopen within three months, with 34% planning to do so within one month.