Olympic and Paralympic athletes are incredibly busy people-often working and training full-time to make their podium dreams come true! To help with their work-life balance, Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls in over 34 countries can receive career planning and job placement assistance from Adecco. Recently the International Olympic Committee produced a video highlighting the work-life balance challenges athlete from around the world face, including U.S. Athlete Career and Education Program participant and Skeleton athlete Morgan Tracey, who has worked as a HotShot firefighter and now as a legal clerk for GE and Special Counsel to balance her sporting career and make ends meet. View video here.
January 18, 2018
The Bureau of Labor Statistics released the December 2017 Jobs Report on Friday, January 5. In our monthly Job Market Update, the report unveiled December was the third consecutive month the unemployment rate sat at 4.1%. According to CNN, this brings the total amount of jobs added to US economy in 2017 to 2 million. […] Read Article "The December US Jobs Report: Mid-Month Analysis"
January 23, 2018
The Adecco Group’s Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI), which is a major undertaking for our team, serves as an annual ranking of countries and cities based on their ability to develop, attract and retain talent. While the release of the GTCI is always highly anticipated, the 2018 edition is especially exciting. This year, we not […] Read Article "The More Diverse, the More Competitive"