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  • 7-14-2021 Hiring Outlook Jumps 24% Since January 2020 Brighton/Howell MI - 07/16/2021 Seventy percent of companies with 500 or more employees plan to increase hiring this year, highlighting a trend that companies with at least 10 employees are 2-3 times as likely as their smaller counterparts to expand their workforce. 
    6-23-2021 AE page 1 A Workerless Recovery? Job Seekers Turn Cold Shoulder to Hot Economy Brighton/Howell MI - 06/24/2021

    By most measures, the economy is on fire. Even businesses that had been shuttered during the COVID-19 pandemic are putting out "help wanted" signs. But as workers are slow to return, businesses have gone from saying "help wanted" to screaming "help!" 


    6-9-2021 AE Hiring Outlook Optimistic for College Students and Recent Grads Brighton/Howell MI - 06/09/2021

    Sometimes overlooked in a tight labor market, U.S. hiring decision-makers say their companies are optimistic about hiring a variety of groups this year, including recent college graduates, college students and vocational/career tech graduates.


    5-12-2021 1 40% of Hiring Decision-Makers Report Workers Have Left for Caregiving Responsibilities in Last Year Brighton/Howell MI - 05/13/2021 Despite recognizing the importance of retaining caregivers in the workforce, 40% of U.S. hiring decision-makers report employees have left their company since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic to care for children or other family members.
    4-28-2021 AE 1 in 5 Hiring Decision-Makers Say Pandemic Negatively Impacting Working Parents Brighton/Howell MI - 04/29/2021

    Nearly 1 in 5 U.S. hiring decision-makers say the COVID-19 pandemic negatively impacted their company's ability to retain working parents in the workplace.  This is according to a new survey from The Harris Poll commissioned by Express Employment Professionals.


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  • 5-26-22-Stoller-Bill

    Staffing Firm CEO: Discouraging Vacations This Summer Could Cost You Workers

    OKLAHOMA CITY - June 01, 2022

    After kicking off the traditional start of summer last weekend, many employees across the U.S. enjoyed some much-needed rest and relaxation away from work, but will this be the last time they kick back for the season other than Fourth of July and Labor Day, if that?

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