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  • COLLEGE GRADS TODAY HAVE THE BEST JOB MARKETS IN DECADES

    COLLEGE GRADS TODAY HAVE THE BEST JOB MARKETS IN DECADES

    News by Editorial Team 17 May 2019

    According to Marketwatch, college graduates have the best job market today. The unemployment rate is at 3.6 percent, which is the lowest in 50 years. Today, employers are open to hiring college graduates with relevant degrees and are training them irrespective of full-time experience. Data Scientist and Software Engineer are two entry-level roles in which graduates can earn more than $90,000. 

     

    read more at MarketWatch
  • TESLA TO CREATE MORE PRODUCTS TO BOOST JOBS

    TESLA TO CREATE MORE PRODUCTS TO BOOST JOBS

    News by Editorial Team 16 May 2019

    On Wednesday, Tesla announced that its Buffalo-based solar factory would be the manufacturing home for its electric vehicle supercharger cabinets. The move has been made in line with the company’s aim to meet its employment targets. Currently, the company employs 300 workers at its factory and 300 elsewhere in the state. It is required to have at least 500 in the state.

     

    read more at Reuters
  • INDEED PARTNERS WITH GOODWILL TO HELP 1M CANDIDATES FIND JOBS

    INDEED PARTNERS WITH GOODWILL TO HELP 1M CANDIDATES FIND JOBS

    News by Editorial Team 16 May 2019

    Indeed, a popular online job portal has teamed up with Goodwill to help one million people find jobs. Indeed and Goodwill will help job seekers build resumes and conduct job searches. The aim of this association is to remove bias from the recruiting process. According to Indeed, Goodwill will identify the job seekers through its online skills-based assessment tool.

     

    read more at The Guardian
  • HOW RAISING SALARIES LED CARECENTRIX TO ITS GROWTH

    HOW RAISING SALARIES LED CARECENTRIX TO ITS GROWTH

    News by Editorial Team 16 May 2019

    CareCentrix, in the middle of a business turnaround, declining margin and stalled revenue growth, increased salaries of its employees. Raising wages might have adversely impacted the company and made business worse. Today, however, the company has tripled its business, and its minimum wage is close to $16.50 per hour.

     

    read more at HRDIVE
  • JAPAN DISPLAY INC MAY LAY 1,000 EMPLOYEES OFF

    JAPAN DISPLAY INC MAY LAY 1,000 EMPLOYEES OFF

    News by Editorial Team 15 May 2019

    Japan Display Inc., a supplier of Apple Inc., is considering to lay about 1000 employees off, the Nikkei business daily reported. Apparently, the layoff might be part of the company’s restructuring measure which it is expected to announce soon. The Japanese maker is expecting investment from the Chinese-Taiwanese consortium, which has been delayed on account of reassessment of the company’s prospects.

     

    read more at Reuters
  • US LABOR AGENCY CONCLUDES: UBER DRIVERS ARE CONTRACTORS AND NOT EMPLOYEES

    US LABOR AGENCY CONCLUDES: UBER DRIVERS ARE CONTRACTORS AND NOT EMPLOYEES

    News by Editorial Team 15 May 2019

    US labor agency, in an advisory memo, has concluded that Uber drivers are independent contractors and not employees. In the memo, the agency said that Uber drivers set their hours, own their cars and are free to work for the company’s competitors, so they cannot be considered employees under the labor law. Uber has denied any wrongdoing.

     

    read more at Reuters
  • UK FIRMS PREFER HUMAN WORKERS OVER ROBOTS

    UK FIRMS PREFER HUMAN WORKERS OVER ROBOTS

    News by Editorial Team 15 May 2019

    International Federation of Robotics says sales of robots fell 3 percent last year. In 2017, Britain had just 85 robots per 10, 000 employees, compared to 106 robots on average. The slow pace of adoption is a long-standing problem for Britain’s international competitiveness.

     

    read more at Bloomberg
  • PAID FAMILY LEAVE IS STILL YEARS AWAY

    PAID FAMILY LEAVE IS STILL YEARS AWAY

    News by Editorial Team 14 May 2019

    New Parents Act 2019, which would allow new parents to draw on their social security benefits to pay for family leaves, has been sponsored by Wagner. According to Pew research, some 82 percent of American workers favor paid maternity leave. Currently, there’s nothing on the federal law that supports family leaves. A few states have their own paid leaves policies.

     

    read more at Bloomberg Quint
  • HR ARE MORE LIKELY TO LIE THAN OTHER DEPARTMENTS

    HR ARE MORE LIKELY TO LIE THAN OTHER DEPARTMENTS

    News by Editorial Team 14 May 2019

    According to a study conducted by Comparably, employees in HR are 10 percent more likely to admit lying on a resume or in an interview than any other employees. This is contrary to popular belief that employers look to HR to establish and enforce ethical standards. The study also found that people in the age group 51-55 have lied more to get a job than other age groups. 

     

    read more at HRDIVE
  • AMAZON ROLLS OUT MACHINES THAT REPLACE HUMANS

    AMAZON ROLLS OUT MACHINES THAT REPLACE HUMANS

    News by Editorial Team 14 May 2019

    Amazon has rolled out a machine that packs customer orders. It scans goods coming down from conveyor belt and envelops them seconds later in boxes custom built for each item. According to a Reuters report, Amazon plans to use two machines at a dozen warehouses and possibly replace 24 roles at each. The facilities employ more than 2000 employees.

     

    read more at Reuters
  • GOOGLE WALKOUT ORGANIZERS DEMAND INVESTIGATION OF HR

    GOOGLE WALKOUT ORGANIZERS DEMAND INVESTIGATION OF HR

    News by Editorial Team 13 May 2019

    Following reports of retaliation from the management, the organizers of last year’s Google walkout, have yet again, called for an investigation of the company’s HR department. According to the Medium post from the official walkout, employees demand that Larry Page address the demand from the last walkout and initiate an investigation of the HR team.

     

    read more at The Verge
  • US WORKERS WISH FOR FLEXIBLE WORKING HOURS

    US WORKERS WISH FOR FLEXIBLE WORKING HOURS

    News by Editorial Team 13 May 2019

    Account temps conducted a survey among 5000 US workers and found that more than half of the workers wish to have flexible working hours and 10 percent of workers wish to have a more relaxed dress code or want to have activities like potluck or picnic. The survey also found that 27 percent of workers wish to leave early on Fridays.

     

    read more at HRDIVE
  • THE INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION IDENTIFIES 100 FIRMS FOR FAILING IN GENDER DIVERSITY

    THE INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION IDENTIFIES 100 FIRMS FOR FAILING IN GENDER DIVERSITY

    News by Editorial Team 13 May 2019

    The Investment Association will highlight 57 out of the UK’s 350 largest companies for their failed diversity initiative. According to the Guardian, Lloyds Banking Group, Foxtons and Paddy Power, along with other 100 firms, will be highlighted for failing to increase the number of women board members.

     

    read more at The Guardian
  • RICH GETTING RICHER, POOR GETTING POORER IN THE CORPORATE WORLD

    RICH GETTING RICHER, POOR GETTING POORER IN THE CORPORATE WORLD

    News by Editorial Team 10 May 2019

    A Bloomberg report says inequality among small and big businesses has been growing. Between 2014 and 2016, 10th of companies around the world with more than $1 billion revenue took away 80 percent of the total economic profits. While millions of small businesses are struggling to make any profit.

     

    read more at Bloomberg Quint
  • ORGANIZATIONS AREN'T FIT TO DEAL WITH MENTALLY UNFIT EMPLOYEES

    ORGANIZATIONS AREN'T FIT TO DEAL WITH MENTALLY UNFIT EMPLOYEES

    News by Editorial Team 10 May 2019

    According to Absence and Disability Readiness Index, employers are struggling to support employees with mental health and substance issues. About 29 percent of HR professionals feel confident in accommodating employees’ mental health. The index also found that only 28 percent of HR professionals can accommodate employees with drug addictions. In another 10 years, the cumulative cost of accommodating mental health disorders can reach up to $ 16.3 trillion.

     

    read more at HRDIVE
  • IBM, ANTHEM, L'OREAL USA NAMED BEST PLACES TO WORK

    IBM, ANTHEM, L'OREAL USA NAMED BEST PLACES TO WORK

    News by Editorial Team 10 May 2019

    Working Mother, a popular magazine, has named Accenture, ADP, Anthem, IBM, L'Oré​al USA, New York Life, Procter & Gamble, Verizon, Visa Inc., and WellStar Health System as the best places for multicultural women to work. These employers have earned this title for creating and using best retention and promotion practices for women. The list includes 40 other companies.

     

    read more at HRDIVE
  •  UBER DRIVERS FORCED TO LIVE IN PARKING LOTS

    UBER DRIVERS FORCED TO LIVE IN PARKING LOTS

    News by Editorial Team 09 May 2019

    There has been growing unrest among a group of Uber drivers in San Francisco. These drivers, who commute from far places, are forced to sleep in parking lots so that they can make a decent living. According to the Guardian report, Uber and Lyft drivers are paid less than minimum wage. In California, drivers make about $ 8.55 an hour.

     

    read more at The Guardian
  • GAME OF THRONES COULD COST EMPLOYERS $33 BILLION

    GAME OF THRONES COULD COST EMPLOYERS $33 BILLION

    News by Editorial Team 09 May 2019

    In a surprising-yet-true report by executive coaching firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc, the distraction caused by discussions over “Game of Thrones ”at workplaces could cost $3.3 billion. Challenger also advised that employers shouldn’t ban employees from discussing Game of Thrones as it could help employees share ideas, engage, and bond. 

     

    read more at HRDIVE
  • GOOGLE EMPLOYEES WON'T LET UP THEIR DEMANDS ANYTIME SOON

    GOOGLE EMPLOYEES WON'T LET UP THEIR DEMANDS ANYTIME SOON

    News by Editorial Team 09 May 2019

    Following a sit-in protest against retaliation last week, Google employees now have four demands. First the company’s chief diversity officer report to Sundar Pichai. Second, Google unblocks Meredith Whittaker ‘s transfer and move Claire Stapleton to a new team. Third, a transparent HR policy. 

     

    read more at Tech Crunch
  • UBER DRIVERS CALL FOR A STRIKE IN US AND BRITAIN

    UBER DRIVERS CALL FOR A STRIKE IN US AND BRITAIN

    News by Editorial Team 08 May 2019

    A few days ahead of Uber’s IPO, Uber drivers have reportedly called for a strike in the US and UK to protest against low pay. In the past, Uber has been asked to treat its drivers as employees. However, the ride-hailing company has maintained that drivers are independent contractors and that its main business is a platform that brings riders and drivers together. 

     

    read more at Reuters

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