Are You Underpaid?

There’s good news and bad news when it comes to how satisfied U.S. workers are with their compensation. The good: 49 percent of professionals surveyed by global staffing firm Robert Half feel they are paid fairly at their jobs. The bad: 46 percent think they are underpaid. The…

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Work-Life Balance: Who Is Getting It Right?

Are professionals living to work or working to live? A new survey from staffing firm Robert Half shows it’s more of the latter these days.

Nearly three-quarters (74 percent) of employees polled said they’ve achieved a good to excellent work-life balance.

Forty-three percent think it…

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More Than Bean-Counters

Financial leaders continue breaking the mold and expanding their influence throughout their organizations, according to new research from staffing firm Robert Half.

In a Robert Half Management Resources survey, finance executives most frequently reported their roles have grown over the past three years to include more human resources (39 percent…

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Many Lawyers Favors GRE Scores Over LSAT Results for Law School Admission

Future lawyers take note: More law schools are accepting Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores in place of Law School Admission Test (LSAT) results, a change that is gaining support in the legal profession, staffing firm Robert Half Legal reports.

“The GRE is gaining acceptance among law schools, with Georgetown University…

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