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One of the most common foundational pillars companies are built upon is having the right people. So it’s no surprise that many CEOs take an active interest in their company’s recruiting efforts — and, according to a recent CareerBuilder survey, they often feel there’s room for improvement.
It’s no secret that our phones and digital devices keep us entertained for hours–whether at work or at home. Many of us check our work email from home computers, or use work devices for browsing social media. But as more of our personal devices and identities play a role in our professional lives, it’s becoming even more important to employees that companies are able to ensure the safety and security of their devices and data.
It’s not often brought up in the interview, but most workers expect their physical safety to be accounted for while in the office. However, as a new survey from CareerBuilder shows, not all workers are confident their company has taken the necessary precautions when it comes to workplace security.
A new study from CareerBuilder found that most employers are concerned about these productivity killers, with 74 percent taking action to mitigate their effects.
A new CareerBuilder survey of 2,175 hiring and human resource managers makes it clear that sometimes, employees aren't just engaging in your run-of-the-mill email, Internet surfing or water cooler gossip -- but in much more bizarre activites. Below, employers dish on their employees' biggest productivity killers, as well as the craziest things they caught employees doing while on the clock.
New data from Economic Modeling Specialists Intl., CareerBuilder's labor market analysis arm, shows that a diverse group of industries is coming out to play -- and we're not going to see them slowing down anytime before 2019 when it comes to bringing on new talent (and more of it).
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