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MONEY PROBLEMS KEEP WORKERS FROM EXCELLING, POLL FINDS

HR Dive | February 18, 2020

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While 42% of U.S. employees said their financial status has improved in the last two years, nearly as many — 38% — report living paycheck to paycheck, according to the results of a Feb. 11 Willis Towers Watson poll. The report revealed 39% of workers couldn't come up with $3,000 if they faced an unexpected need within the next month. And 18% of workers who earn more than $100,000 a year live paycheck to paycheck. Seventy percent of respondents said they are saving less money for ...

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LINKEDIN INTRODUCES NEW VIRTUAL JOB INTERVIEW TOOLS

LinkedIn | May 05, 2020

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LinkedIn is releasing new tools in response to all aspects on the job hunt going virtual due to COVID-19, including the job interview itself. LinkedIn is launching a test version of a new video introduction feature, as well as an AI-powered tool that gives ...

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RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

IT WORKERS WILL BE HARD TO FIND AND KEEP IN 2022

SHRM | December 14, 2021

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Three recently published reports suggest that while the demand for technology will remain high in 2022, skilled IT workers will be hard to find and difficult to keep. These trends will disrupt technology projects, but they will also close the gap between technology and HR leaders according to a survey report titled The Impact of Technology in 2022 and Beyond: an IEEE Global Study. The report reveals that 97 percent of IT leaders agree that their team is working more...

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NEW JERSEY BECOMES 1ST STATE TO REQUIRE SEVERANCE FOR MASS LAYOFFS

HR Dive | January 27, 2020

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New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, D, signed a law (S-3170/A-5145) Jan. 21 that requires increased notice time, as well as severance pay, for certain plant closures, transfers and mass layoffs. The law, which takes effect July 19, requires employers with 100 or more employees to provide at least 90 days' notice of any move or closure that will result in a layoff of 50 or more employees over a period of 30 days or less. The previous notice period was 60 days and part-time employees now count toward...

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MONEY PROBLEMS KEEP WORKERS FROM EXCELLING, POLL FINDS

HR Dive | February 18, 2020

While 42% of U.S. employees said their financial status has improved in the last two years, nearly as many — 38% — report living paycheck to paycheck, according to the results of a Feb. 11 Willis Towers Watson poll. The report revealed 39% of workers couldn't come up with $3,000 if they faced an unexpected need within the next month. And 18% of workers who earn more than $100,000 a year live paycheck to paycheck. Seventy percent of respondents said they are saving less money for ...

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LINKEDIN INTRODUCES NEW VIRTUAL JOB INTERVIEW TOOLS

LinkedIn | May 05, 2020

LinkedIn is releasing new tools in response to all aspects on the job hunt going virtual due to COVID-19, including the job interview itself. LinkedIn is launching a test version of a new video introduction feature, as well as an AI-powered tool that gives ...

Read More
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RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

IT WORKERS WILL BE HARD TO FIND AND KEEP IN 2022

SHRM | December 14, 2021

Three recently published reports suggest that while the demand for technology will remain high in 2022, skilled IT workers will be hard to find and difficult to keep. These trends will disrupt technology projects, but they will also close the gap between technology and HR leaders according to a survey report titled The Impact of Technology in 2022 and Beyond: an IEEE Global Study. The report reveals that 97 percent of IT leaders agree that their team is working more...

Read More
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NEW JERSEY BECOMES 1ST STATE TO REQUIRE SEVERANCE FOR MASS LAYOFFS

HR Dive | January 27, 2020

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, D, signed a law (S-3170/A-5145) Jan. 21 that requires increased notice time, as well as severance pay, for certain plant closures, transfers and mass layoffs. The law, which takes effect July 19, requires employers with 100 or more employees to provide at least 90 days' notice of any move or closure that will result in a layoff of 50 or more employees over a period of 30 days or less. The previous notice period was 60 days and part-time employees now count toward...

Read More