EverythingPeople gives valuable insight into the developments both inside and outside the HR position.
28 November 2023
17 October 2023
Research from Payscale revealed that the health of an organization in terms of its prospects has emerged as the foremost motivator driving employees to seek new job opportunities. Payscale’s Retention Report delves into the primary reasons behind employee attrition and the influence of pay transparency. The research findings reveal intriguing insights into the dynamics of the modern workforce.
5 September 2023
25 July 2023
Growing inflation has been the source of much conversation in the past three years. Much of the conversation revolves around how inflation impacts wages. A recent article in Forbes provides some good analysis around why salary increases do not always align with inflation.
25 April 2023
One area that has plagued our nation’s recovery from the pandemic has been the sluggish labor force participation rate (LFPR). According to recent analysis by the Federal Reserve, the February 2023 LFPR was 0.8 percentage points lower than its February 2020 level. This gap in participation amounts to 2.1 million individuals who are not part of the labor force.
28 February 2023
Just as companies have adapted to remote work, a new development in workplace flexibility may be on the horizon: the four-day work week. In fact, two recent studies have shown that this work arrangement could offer significant benefits for both employers and employees.
3 January 2023
The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta reports that wages for workers who remained at their employment increased 5.5% in November compared to a year earlier.
23 August 2022
ASE released its 2022 Healthcare Insurance Benefits Survey. The annual survey, covering Michigan employers, examines the premiums, deductibles, and co-pays of employer-sponsored health plans as well as wellness benefits and cost control strategies.
12 July 2022
Wages among Detroit area tech startups fall short of other cities according to a report from Carta. In fact, the California-based technology software company revealed that Detroit area tech workers earn just 77% of what they would make in the metro areas of San Francisco, New York City, Seattle, and San Jose, California. These cities were identified as the areas with the highest pay packages.
31 May 2022
12 April 2022
Employers of all types are facing unprecedented employee retention challenges. With the recently released Employee Turnover Survey, we now have some concrete data to show just how significant these challenges were in 2021.
8 March 2022
25 January 2022
We are still waiting for the moment where we feel confident to say the worst of COVID is behind us and it’s downgraded to an endemic. When that happens, we will take stock of the pandemic’s legacy on the workplace. A recent working paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research makes the case that remote work will be one of those artifacts from the pandemic.
16 November 2021
28 September 2021
31 August 2021
3 August 2021
On Friday, the Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics released data from its Employment Cost Index. The data confirms what many employers are experiencing; wages are increasing. On a national basis, costs for wages and salaries among private industry increased 3.5%. This is the largest increase in more than 14 years.
1 June 2021
ASE has released the results of our most recent COVID-19 Business Impact Survey. The COVID-19 Return to Work Survey, launched on May 13, 2021 and examined employers’ plans around return to work.
20 April 2021
The impact of the pandemic on college recruitment has been significant. According to a recently released survey by the online employment website Monster, nearly half (45%) of the class of 2020 are still looking for work. This impact is likely familiar to those who had the misfortune of graduating college during past recessions.
9 March 2021
A recent Forbes article pointed to the impact of the pandemic on talent acquisition. The article, among other highlights, suggested that the digital transformation of talent acquisition is well underway and here to stay. While this may not come as a surprise for some who are well into their journey, there is some evidence that employers need to do more for certain groups of applicants, namely college graduates.
26 January 2021
Looking for ways to attract talent, some employers saw the student loan debt challenge as a potential recruitment tool and began offering student loan repayment assistance. Historically, the benefit has not been overwhelmingly popular with employers.
1 December 2020
In the just released 2021 National Business Trends Survey from the Employer Associations of America (EAA), 44% of executives expect the overall outlook for the 2021 economy to be improving. This annual survey shares information on what executives nationally are doing to address the changing business climate. Survey responses also reflect the impact COVID-19 has had on this year’s business trends.
20 October 2020
8 September 2020
Have you ever thought of becoming a Distraction Prevention Coach or perhaps an HR Data Detective? How about a WFH Facilitator? Well, according to Cognizant Center for Future of Work and Future Workplace these jobs might become common place in HR departments.
28 July 2020
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