August 17, 2021
Staffing 360 Solutions Reports Second Quarter 2021 Results
Industrial Output Picks up in July
Fed Officials Weigh Ending Asset Purchases by Mid-2022
Nurses Flee Hospitals for High-Paid Travel Jobs After Year of Covid-19 Care
ALDI Plans to Hire, Increase Wages Ahead of Holiday Season
Keep Mental Health Parity Compliance Documentation at the Top of Your Compliance to-Do List
Do You Have Your Electronic Signature Solution in Place?
Third Circuit Joins Seventh Circuit in Holding Paid Leave May Be Required During Military Service
Philadelphia Implements New Mask Mandate Two Months After Lifting Mask Restrictions for Businesses Not Mandating Vaccines
Delta Variant Drops Small-Business Confidence to Lowest Level Since March
Hybrid Work Will Vary by City, Company Size, and Job Type Postpandemic
Nearly a Third of U.S. Workers Under 40 Considered Changing Careers During the Pandemic
Network in Your Niche—Virtually
As your staffing firm faces new challenges and tries to answer unexpected questions, are you dealing with questions that are specific to your sector of the staffing industry? Get insight from industry peers during a sector-specific peer networking call where you can discuss top-of-mind challenges and devise solutions. Calls are facilitated by volunteers from ASA section communities (participants will not receive official legal updates or guidance regarding Covid-19).
Get the full schedule and register at americanstaffing.net:
- Office–administrative section: Tuesday, Aug. 24, 1–2 p.m. Eastern time
- Search and placement section: Wednesday, Aug. 25, 1–2 p.m. Eastern time
- Engineering, IT, and scientific section: Thursday, Aug. 26, 1–2 p.m. Eastern time
- Staffing compensation section: Thursday, Aug. 26, 1–2 p.m. Eastern time
- Health care recruiter compensation section: Wednesday, Sept. 1, 1–2 p.m. Eastern time
- Direct hire compensation section: Thursday, Sept. 16, 1–2 p.m. Eastern time
- Industrial section: Tuesday, Sept. 21, 1–2 p.m. Eastern time
- Professional–managerial section: Wednesday, Sept. 22, 1–2 p.m. Eastern time
- Health care section: Thursday, Sept. 23, 1–2 p.m. Eastern time
Networking calls are open to members of ASA sections, which are sector-specific communities that provide resources, webinars, town hall forums, and sector-specific news for member companies and their employees. To join a section, update your profile on ASA Central.
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How Do Candidates Feel About Their Job Prospects?
Eight in 10 job candidates (80%), both active and passive seekers, foresee working for a new company in the next 12 months—despite, or possibly due to, the economic uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S.—according to the 2020 Candidate Sentiment Study by ASA and its corporate research partner, ClearlyRated. The data from the survey, among other results, reveal a sense of optimism about employment and job-related opportunities as the nation continues to fight Covid-19.
The Candidate Sentiment Study also sheds light on candidates’ perceptions regarding how they look for jobs (online vs. offline resources), the reasons why they decide to leave a job, and their experiences partnering with staffing agencies―with distinct differences reported among generations, industry sectors, races/ethnicities, and genders. A report of the survey findings is available for purchase—get more information at americanstaffing.net/candidate-sentiment-study.
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