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Latest news on minimum wage increases: What to expect in 2022

Minimum wages are set to increase in a record number of US states and municipalities in 2022. In several states, the increases are part of scheduled raises on the road to $15 per hour. Learn more about what to expect for the upcoming year and how it might impact our country’s current hiring shortage. When […] Read Article “Latest news on minimum wage increases: What to expect in 2022”

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How-To: Update your resume with skills for the green economy

85% of the jobs that will be in demand in 2030 haven’t even been invented yet. These new jobs, and the new skills required to do these new jobs, stem from the shift toward the green economy or an economy based on lowering environmental risks. Is your resume ready to impress employers taking a greener […] Read Article “How-To: Update your resume with skills for the green economy”

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Big hiring? Mass resigning? Here are the top hiring trends for 2022

The Great Resignation. COVID-19. A work-from-home revolution. The hiring process has undergone serious changes over the past year. And these changes are going to carry over into the new year. With a record number of job openings, you’ll need to be on top of this year’s talent acquisition trends to attract (and keep) the best […] Read Article “Big hiring? Mass resigning? Here are the top hiring trends for 2022”

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Bringing smart tools to prevent workplace injuries

Adecco’s Risk Management team is transforming workplace safety and earning industry recognition. What can a belt tell you about workplace safety? Smart belts, a small piece of tech that attaches and tracks a worker’s full range of movement, notes every bend, twist, and turn. For the Risk Management team at Adecco, it’s a tool to […] Read Article “Bringing smart tools to prevent workplace injuries”

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How to revamp your career for the new year

Is overhauling your career a part of your New Year’s resolutions? You’re in good company. According to our research, nearly 2 in every 5 people are changing jobs or considering a new career in the new year. Whether you’re looking to move up in the same company or change job fields entirely, you’ll need to […] Read Article “How to revamp your career for the new year”

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December Market Burst

This month’s top trends in the world of work include: 1. The way forward for app-based gig hiring 2. 2022: the year of the empowered worker 3. Talent shortage or attraction deficit? 4. Collaborating to achieve an inclusive world of work 5. Childcare challenges persist for many working parents Download The Report Here заем или […] Read Article “December Market Burst”

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Moving on up: How to find a job after relocating

More than 36 million Americans have relocated during the pandemic. Are you in that group? Maybe your newly remote job isn’t working for you anymore. Or your office is bringing people back in-person way sooner than you expected. Or your big life change first started with a change of address. Being in a new location […] Read Article “Moving on up: How to find a job after relocating”

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Navigating vaccine mandates in the workplace

Employers are wrestling with challenging decisions as mandates impacting workers are currently tied up in the courts and some states are passing their own policies that directly contradict the federal mandate. What can you do? In short, start preparing. If you’re struggling with where to start, check out our webinar “Navigating Vaccine Mandates in the […] Read Article “Navigating vaccine mandates in the workplace”

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Beyond gift cards: Recognizing employees at the end of the year

What’s at the top of your workers’ holiday wish list? Not books or a bottle of wine. Our recent study, Resetting Normal, found that just 33% of employees agree that their manager adequately recognizes staff contributions, so your workers don’t just want, but need, recognition this time of year.  Does that data seem too low […] Read Article “Beyond gift cards: Recognizing employees at the end of the year”

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Big violations, big fines: What to know about California’s new OSHA laws

Workplace safety regulations are getting stricter. Effective January 1, 2022, California Senate Bill 606 will dramatically expand OSHA’s enforcement powers, meaning stringent fines for employers who fall foul of their OSHA compliance responsibilities. And although the new law is state-level, California tends to set the bar when it comes to workplace safety. So, employers coast […] Read Article “Big violations, big fines: What to know about California’s new OSHA laws”