Hiring & Recruiting

Hiring & Recruiting (215)

Worker Salary Expectations for Taking New Gigs Hits Record High  

Employers are expected to pay a minimum yearly salary of nearly $79,000 for recruits to take on new jobs, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.


Small Businesses Still Looking To Fill Openings, But Some Good News

While 40% of small employers note they had trouble filling job openings last month, that rate is down two percentage points from July and the lowest since February 2021. So reports the National Federation of Independent Business.


How HR Director Bucks High Turnover in Healthcare  

In a sector where turnover became especially bad during the pandemic, one human resources director of a hospital in Omaha, Nebraska, claims she has overcome a challenge many of her peers struggle with. So reports HR Brew.


BlackRock Has Hard Time Retaining Black, Latinx Leaders  

BlackRock acknowledges in an audit of itself that the number of senior Black leaders hired last year was nearly the same as those who left the firm. So reports Bloomberg.


CHROs Not Worried About Finding Talent, Even with Recession Concerns: Survey  

Even with recession and layoff fears looming for this year, 75% of chief human resource officers are confident that they will be able to bring on new workers over the next few months. So reports The Conference Board.


U.S. City Outlaws Caste Discrimination

Seattle has prohibited a form of discrimination that has existed for thousands of years and has been associated with social standing in South Asia following its city council’s vote last month to include caste as part of its anti-discrimination laws. So reports Reuters.


New Jersey, Hawaii, Oregon Most Costly States for Hiring  

While human resources professionals continue to face overall hiring challenges, it is especially more costly in some states. So reports Employee Benefit News.


Smart HR Leaders Will Turn Quiet Quitting Into Quiet Hiring In 2023

Reversing the trend of quiet quitting will be among the top goals of smart human resources leaders who are preparing for hiring and retention challenges this year.


Some Employers Cutting Pay On Job Listings As Salary Transparency Laws Take Effect  

With states including New York, California and Colorado mandating that companies now reveal pay ranges for their job listings, some employers may be looking to disclose a maximum salary that is actually more in the mid-range. So reports Employee Benefit News.


Employers Get Ready to Raise Pay In 2023  

The trend of rising salaries is expected to see no letup next year, driven by a combination of inflation and a labor market where workers still have plenty of leverage.


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