Fewer Americans are using their vacation time than ever before, and while many Americans are the most confident than they have been with the economy since before the recession, according to Pew Research, guilt over taking vacation days may cause
Technology and automation could replace millions of jobs in the next decade, with a December estimate from the White House suggesting 3.1 million jobs could be replaced in transportation alone. Robotics spending is expected to hit over $135 billion by
Original Article “I do think companies are aware that the best workers are more in the driver’s seat,” said John Challenger, chief executive of Challenger, Gray & Christmas, an executive outplacement firm. “Companies know that if they lose someone they
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While 2015 job cuts are expected to reach a six year high, the pace of downsizing should slow in the new year, while hiring and wages continue to make gains, according to a new outlook released Monday by global outplacement
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) continues to press President Obama this week over terms of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement, which the president is trying to fast track through Congress. Warren’s concerns include potential stipulations that may make it easier for
June Job Cut Report Due Wednesday, July 3 Monthly job cuts declined for the third consecutive month in May, as U.S.-based employers announced plans to trim payrolls by 36,398 during the month, 4.5 percent fewer than 38,121 cuts in April.
Rising quit rates and fewer job seekers vying for open positions could signal a return to the types of labor shortages that plagued employers during the dot.com boom. While widespread talent shortages are probably five to ten years away, some