Talent Factor 134
Economic improvements led by the competitive IT industry means that more candidates are expecting higher starting salary offers.
Thirty percent of workers say they regularly search for jobs even though they’re currently employed, and 16 percent are determined to land a new position in the New Year. How can you make employees think twice about leaving your company in 2015?
As CareerBuilder CEO Matt Ferguson previously mentioned, the U.S. job market is turning a corner as caution gives way to confidence. And with that news comes news that nearly half (45 percent) of employers anticipate their organization will raise the minimum wage this year. What does this mean for you?
2014's nearly a thing of the past -- and, to take a cue from the wisdom of Ferris Bueller, it's a good idea to pause and take a look around before we miss something important. Catch up on the workforce news you may have missed this year -- before 2014's just a memory.
Primary care is typically handled by family and general practitioners, but an increasing amount of the workload is being covered by nurse practitioners. As of 2014, the number of nurse practitioner jobs in the U.S. has nearly caught up with the number of general practitioners. What does this mean for you?
Sixty-five percent of candidates say they'll rarely return to a job after failing to apply via mobile.The fact is, you must make it easy for candidates to apply to your jobs from their device of choice -- whether that be a desktop computer or their mobile phone.
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