Here are our top staffing industry news picks for the month of November
A New Jersey Appellate Division held that an employer had no ability to prevent its former employee from working for its direct client because the employee was not paid properly by the employer.
House Republicans unveiled the details of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the biggest transformation of the U.S. tax code in more than 30 years, calling for deep cuts in business-tax rates
Temporary help jobs rose by 18,300 in October from September and the temporary penetration rate reached a record high, according to seasonally adjusted numbers released today by the BLS.
US temporary staffing revenue rose a median 6% year over year in August — up from 1% in July — but healthcare staffing firms showed signs of decelerating growth.
Baby Boomer nurses are retiring at an increasing rate, according to the 2017 Survey of Registered Nurses. The survey found 27% of nurses who are planning to retire intend to do so in less than a year compared to 16% in 2015.
Industries across the board are struggling to fill open positions, with retail, food services, and delivery the most vulnerable ahead of the holiday season.
A new report from Staffing Industry Analysts says that strongest areas in 2018 are projected to be education and marketing/creative, and professional staffing continuing to grow at a faster rate than commercial staffing
The U.S. Small Business Administration is celebrating the entrepreneurial spirit of military veterans with National Veterans Small Business Week.
The legislation would create a new ‘H-2C’ visa, and would provide 500,000 visas for year-round labor. It is part of growing concern that the current immigration situation is suppressing the agricultural labor pool.
Less than one-tenth of organizations are highly satisfied with the recruiting process, according to Allegis Group’s state of recruiting report, released today.
California Rep. Darrell Issa’s bill on H-1B visa allocations heads to its first committee vote this morning. The bill would make it more difficult for “H-1B dependent” companies to obtain the work permits
The rate of IT job growth fell to its lowest level in years despite strong demand. Given that demand remains strong for IT professionals in high-demand skill sets, this ongoing deceleration is attributable to an ever-tightening labor supply.