There are a multitude of corporate strategies and initiatives that can throw your diversity program off track. Here are three ways to use workforce analytics and data to not only develop a diversity strategy, but ensure it doesn’t lose momentum while being implemented throughout your organization.
Thanksgiving is traditionally a day set aside to spend with family, and for more and more Americans, that includes their work family. According to CareerBuilder’s annual Thanksgiving survey, 20 percent of workers say they will celebrate the holiday with co-workers this year – either at or outside of the office – up only slightly from 19 percent of workers who did so last year.
Even as veteran hiring in the U.S. continues to rise, veteran workers continue to feel underemployed or they are stuck in low-paying jobs.
Veterans are the backbone of this nation, yet too frequently they are overlooked in the workforce. So this Veteran’s Day, get practical and effective tips to see how your staffing firm can maximize its relationship with this demographic looking to enter or re-enter the workforce.
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While some companies honor veterans by offering discounts on products and services throughout the year, there’s another way more and more companies choose to recognize former members of the military: by hiring them. According to the CareerBuilder Veterans Day Job Forecast, more employers are stepping up their efforts to recruit military veterans and their spouses.
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