Holiday Bonuses are Becoming More Scarce

Are you getting a holiday bonus? They are becoming scarce these days, according to a report from staffing and recruitment firm Accounting Principals.

Accounting Principals has released the results of its annual Holiday Bonus and Hiring Survey.

The survey found that while bonuses are increasing in value by 66 percent…

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Are Managers to Blame When Companies Fail to Innovate?

The buck really does stop at the top. Specifically, when the company makes fewer bucks because it isn’t keeping up with the competition, its managers may be the cause.

That’s what some new research from staffing firm Robert Half suggests.

Robert Half interviewed Chief Financial Officers, who cited…

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Job Growth Goes Negative for the First Time in Seven Years

Job growth went negative (-33,000 jobs) in September, as the effects of hurricanes Harvey and Irma stalled job growth in the populous states of Texas and Florida.

This was the first month of negative job growth in seven years. Economists had been expecting to see 90,000 new jobs…

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When the Boss Is Younger than You Are

Is it a problem when the boss is younger than you are? How about when you’re the boss, and you have to manage someone older?

More than eight in 10 professionals (82 percent) polled by the firm said they would be comfortable reporting to a manager who’s younger…

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Creative Job Candidates Face Stiffer Competition than 3 Years Ago

Despite a healthy job market, professionals in the creative field may have more hoops to jump through before getting hired, new research from The Creative Group suggests.

Advertising and marketing executives surveyed by staffing firm The Creative Group said they receive an average of 32 resumes for an open position…

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