Most managers understand that, sometimes, unforeseen sh*t happens on the way to work – your child woke up sick, the train is delayed, the Starbucks barista got your order wrong, etc. – and you can’t always make it into the office at 8 a.m. sharp. Hey, it happens. (And, really, who can be expected to function that early without a tall, non-fat, sugar-free vanilla latte with soy milk – NOT almond milk, which you were very specific about?)
In fact, it happens a lot.
Goodbye, 2015. It’s time to start fresh and resolve to do all the things we failed to do over the past year: Lose weight, quit smoking, say the correct name at the end of the Miss Universe pageant, etc.
For many Americans, “Get a new job” is on top of that list of resolutions. According to a new survey from CareerBuilder, 21 percent of workers plan to leave their current employers in 2016, a 5-point increase since last year.
New research from CareerBuilder indicates that office temperature can have an impact on worker productivity.
China Gorman recently sat down with CareerBuilder to discuss how far HR has come in the past few decades, where it is headed -- and what these changes mean for the future of work as a whole.
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.
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.
In the following Q&A, Landry, president of Allegiance Staffing, discusses how CareerBuilder’s Talent Network helped him understand the power of tracking candidate data and how it has changed both his business and his perspective.
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