3 in 4 employers in the U.S. say two or more hours a day are lost in productivity because employees are distracted. Take a look at the top 10 employee productivity killers.
It may feel like summer, but the U.S. economy plunged into a deep freeze in May. Get the highlights and keep these three conversation starters in your pocket.
If ever you find yourself doubting your competence as a manager and need a pick me up, just say to yourself, “At least I’ve never asked an employee to shave my back,” which isn’t something everyone in the world can say, according to a new survey from CareerBuilder.
More than 3,000 full-time workers participated in the survey, wherein they were asked to name the most unusual request they’ve ever gotten from a boss.
CareerBuilder recently released their College Hiring Outlook survey about how the job market will be this year for new college graduates. One part I found fascinating was what employers expect to pay new grads for their first job. Can you guess what the average is?
Once your research is done and your applications are rolling in, candidates tell us things on your end tend to go… radio silent. And that that’s not OK. Get more insights from our Candidate Behavior Study.
CareerBuilder surveyed 4,505 U.S. job seekers and 505 Canadian job seekers, as well as 1,505 hiring managers and recruiters, about virtually every aspect of the recruitment process — and we found out a LOT of interesting information about candidate behavior.
Employers plan to add 173,478 temp and contract jobs from 2016 to 2018 – an increase of about 6 percent. These new jobs will be created various industries and levels of pay giving every job seeker the opportunity to tap into this new job market