Here are our top staffing industry news picks for the month of December
Healthcare staffing or medical staffing is a process to fill, both temporary and permanent, in various healthcare organizations.
The Senate narrowly passed Republicans' tax reform legislation early Saturday morning with no Democratic support, following a marathon voting session overnight.
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Temp revenue rose 7% year over year in October compared to September’s 3% rate, indicating strength of demand in the market.
One provision in the tax reform proposals will likely change how staffing agencies approach their per diem reimbursement policies for employees working away from home.
The freelance economy will significantly influence hiring strategies, according to a survey of more than 700 global human capital leaders from Randstad Sourceright.
The temporary penetration rate moved even higher in November to 2.10% following a trend of growth, according to seasonally adjusted numbers released today by the BLS.
The number of new IT positions at companies outside of the technology sector increased by an estimated 243,000 jobs during November after dropping by 77,000 the month before. For the year, IT jobs have increased by 223,000.
More than half of global human capital leaders expect to transfer one-third of their permanent positions to contingent roles in the near future, according to information from Randstad Sourceright’s Q4 2017 Talent Trends report.
The Federal Reserve raised interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point as anticipated, but left its rate outlook for the coming years unchanged
The US four-week moving average of initial claims for unemployment insurance fell to 234,750 last week, down 6,750 from the previous week’s unrevised average.
Bitcoin has been grabbing headlines, and the technology behind it, known as blockchain, remains very new and could have an effect on staffing.
The House passed a sweeping $1.5 trillion tax bill on Tuesday that slashes tax rates for corporations, provides new breaks for private businesses and reorganizes the individual tax code.
The Senate voted along party lines after midnight Tuesday to pass a sweeping $1.5 trillion tax bill. The House approved the bill earlier Tuesday but will have to vote again on Wednesday due to several minor provisions in the House bill that violated Senate rules.
The U.S.current account deficit declined 19.2% to $100.6 billion in the third quarter, according to the U.S. Department of Commerce. The current account balance is a measure of the flow of goods, services, and investments into and out of the country.
Open accounting, finance, and information technology positions are expected to increase heading into the first quarter of 2018, according to a survey of nearly 300 human resource professionals and hiring managers by Brilliant.
AT&T promised Wednesday to give more than 200,000 U.S. workers a $1,000 bonus once President Trump enacts the tax overhaul that Congress just passed. Other companies have also pledged similar bonuses.
Forty states added construction jobs between November 2016 and November 2017, while 39 states added construction jobs between October and November, according to the Associated General Contractors of America.
The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index decreased in December, following a modest improvement in November. The index now stands at 122.1, down from 128.6 in November.
Few human resource professionals are ready for what automation will mean for the workplace, according to a Willis Towers Watson survey of more than 900 companies worldwide, including 119 from the U.S. Employers expect 17% of work will be automated by 2020, up from about 9% today.