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  • Nine in 10 Americans who either were apprentices themselves or know someone enrolled in these “earn while learning” programs say the experiences had a positive effect on that person’s career, according to the results of the latest American Staffing Association Workforce Monitor® survey of more than 2,000 U.S. adults conducted online by The Harris Poll…. More ›

    Topics: Employee Engagement & Retention
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    Hiring? Make the Process Personal

    About seven in 10 Americans (69%) believe that the job search today is too impersonal, according to the results of the latest American Staffing Association Workforce Monitor® survey of more than 2,100 U.S. adults conducted online by The Harris Poll. And eight in 10 (80%) say that applying for a job feels like sending their… More ›

    Topics: Employee Engagement & Retention
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    The Skills Gap: Who’s to Blame?

    The vast majority of Americans say that institutions—schools, employers, and governments—all share responsibility for the skills gap in the U.S., according to the results of the latest American Staffing Association Workforce Monitor® survey of more than 2,000 U.S. adults conducted online by Harris Poll. However, individual accountability is also a top factor contributing to this… More ›

    Topics: Big Data/ Business Intelligence/ Market Information
  • Once Defined, Unknown Hits Home Half of Americans (50%) have never heard of the “skills gap,” according to the results of the latest American Staffing Association Workforce Monitor® survey conducted online by Harris Poll. However, the unfamiliar becomes familiar when a definition of the term is offered. When provided with “the term ‘skills gap’ refers… More ›

    Topics: Big Data/ Business Intelligence/ Market Information
  • Automation in the workplace is a polarizing issue for Americans, according to the results of a new American Staffing Association Workforce Monitor® survey conducted online by Harris Poll. About equal percentages of respondents say that automation (e.g., robots or artificial intelligence) will be a good or a bad thing for the future world of work…. More ›

    Topics: Big Data/ Business Intelligence/ Market Information
  • Three out of four U.S. adults (75%) have never heard of the term “gig economy,” according to the results of a new American Staffing Association Workforce Monitor® survey conducted online by Harris Poll. Roughly three in 10 Americans (29%) don’t know how to define the term, and 31% cannot identify specific types of gig work…. More ›

    Topics: Big Data/ Business Intelligence/ Market Information
  • The World Employment Confederation Outlines Policy Recommendations to Reduce Disparity Between Global Supply and Demand, Leading to Better Functioning Labor Markets More ›

    Topics: Workforce Management
  • The World Employment Confederation Outlines Policy Recommendations to Reduce Disparity Between Global Supply and Demand, Leading to Better Functioning Labor Markets More ›

    Topics: Employee Engagement & Retention
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    Personal Contacts Lead to Jobs

    More than three in four adult job seekers in the U.S. prefer personal contacts when searching for work rather than just relying on technology, according to the results of a new American Staffing Association Workforce Monitor survey, conducted online by Harris Poll. Personal Contacts Lead to Job Offers Three of the top five ways job… More ›

    Topics: Employee Engagement & Retention
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    Few Adults on the Job Hunt

    New ASA Survey Points to Need to Re-Examine Recruitment and Retention Strategies Relatively few U.S. adults plan to look for a new job this year, according to the results of a new American Staffing Association survey. The ASA Workforce MonitorTM shows that work-life balance trumps pay for many employees. The study was conducted online in… More ›

    Topics: Strategic Management
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