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Think all your employees are perfectly happy working for your company and don't have a roaming eye ? Think again. CareerBuilder’s 2015 Candidate Behavior Study shows that as many as 3 in 4 full-time employed workers are open to or actively looking for new jobs.
A CareerBuilder study found that 77 percent of candidates will accept a lower salary if the employer created a great impression through the hiring process.
Halfway through 2015, it’s time to check base with recruiting strategies and where the hot areas for hiring are throughout the rest of the year. And according to CareerBuilder’s Midyear Job Forecast, the top industries expected to outperform the national average for full-time, permanent hiring in the back half of 2015 include:
Information Technology (56 percent)
Health Care (56 percent)
Hospitality (54 percent)
Financial Services (52 percent)
Manufacturing (52 percent)
Retail (50 percent)
What does this mean for you?
A recent study from CareerBuilder sheds light on the physical and behavioral factors that can hurt employees’ career advancement prospects.
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.
A new study from CareerBuilder found that most employers are concerned about these productivity killers, with 74 percent taking action to mitigate their effects.
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