In a recent survey, more than half of the employers reported that they can’t find qualified candidates for their open positions, according to CareerBuilder. And, of those employers, 35 percent said the challenge stemmed from having job requirements that were above entry-level.
We all know someone like Mike, whose idea of a dream job is sitting alone at his computer, headphones on and focused on his data entry.
And we also know people like Janice, who is constantly in motion, chatting with vendors and pushing her latest idea to increase production.
Total U.S. nonfarm employment grew in June for the 57th consecutive month as 223,000 jobs were created, though decelerating slightly from the 254,000 jobs that were created the previous month.
When employees quit, you may feel shocked, hurt, angry or relieved. However, for the sake of your company’s good name, it’s not always appropriate to make them aware of these emotions.
For a long time, baby boomers have been the largest generation in the workplace. But the next big generation – those born after 1980 – will soon surpass that group. As millennials move into leadership roles, what will their management style be?