Labor Market

Jobs Grow by 156K in December; Wages Take Jump

Ending the year much as it began, employers hired a modest 156,000 new workers in December, bringing the total for 2016 to 2.16 million new jobs. In 2015, employers added 2.74 million. While this morning’s jobs estimate from the Labor Department came in lower than the 180,000 analysts in a Bloomberg survey were…

Wages Jump As Jobs Grew Modestly In December

Ending the year much as it began, employers hired a modest 156,000 new workers in December, bringing the total for 2016 to 2.16 million new jobs. In 2015, employers added 2.74 million. While this morning’s jobs estimate from the Labor Department came in lower than the 180,000 analysts in a Bloomberg survey were…

Unemployment, Hourly Pay Decline In November; Employers Add 178,000 Jobs

U.S. employers added 178,000 new non-farm jobs during November, according to a government employment report that’s only surprise was a sharp decline in the unemployment rate to 4.6 percent. Today’s monthly report from the U.S. Department of Labor showed private-sector employers added 156,000 jobs. The service sector accounted for 139,000. Goods producers accounted…

Jobs Up 178,000 In November; Unemployment Takes Sharp Drop

U.S. employers added 178,000 new non-farm jobs during November, according to a government employment report that’s only surprise was a sharp decline in the unemployment rate to 4.6%. Today’s monthly report from the Department of Labor showed private sector employers added 156,000 jobs. The service sector accounted for 139,000. Goods producers accounted for…

ADP Report: Employers Added 216,000 More Jobs This Month

Private-sector employers hired nearly 100,000 more workers this month than in October, adding 216,000 more workers, almost all of them in the services sector. HR services and payroll processor ADP and its partner, Moody’s Analytics, reported this morning that consumer-driven hiring especially by mid-size and large employers fueled the growth. Hiring was strong…

Private Sector Hiring Soared to 216,000 This Month

Private sector hiring soared in November as employers added 216,000 new workers, just shy of 100,000 than the 119,000 hired in October. HR services and payroll processor ADP and its partner, Moody’s Analytics, reported this morning that consumer-driven hiring especially by mid-size and large employers fueled the growth. Hiring was strong in most…

Sourcers Need to Know, Who’s in The Market?

At SourceCon Anaheim this year, Shannon Pritchett talked about the persona of the audience that completed the State of Sourcing Survey for 2016. Meet Judy: She is a full-time corporate recruiter in the telecommunications industry with four years of experience. She lives in a major metropolitan area and earns an annual salary of…

Wages Jump In October As Employers Add 161,000 New Workers

Wages were the October economic surprise as a government report this morning said average annual hourly pay increased to 2.8% during the month, while employers added 161,000 workers to their payrolls and unemployment dipped to 4.9%. Both job growth and the unemployment rate were largely in line with what economists were expecting. The…

ADP Report: Private Employers Added 147,000 Workers In October

ADP said private employers added 147,000 new workers to the payrolls last month, the smallest private sector jobs increase reported by the payroll processing and HR services company since April. Economists were expecting the ADP National Employment Report would show an increase in the range of 165,000 to about 170,000. However, ADP, and…

Private Sector Jobs Grow By 147,000 In October

ADP said private employers added 147,000 new workers to the payrolls last month, the smallest private sector jobs increase reported by the payroll processing and HR services company since April. Economists were expecting the ADP National Employment Report would show an increase in the range of 165,000 to about 170,000. However, ADP, and…

Benefits for Your Part-timers? It’s a Trend That’s Paying Off

The holiday season is fast approaching, and when it comes to retail, it can be difficult for employers to keep up with the hiring rush. The problem: Employers need to hire quickly while still finding quality candidates. During the stressful shopping season, another challenge arises with keeping employee morale up. Retail employees are…

DisruptHR: “Stop seeing a disability, and start seeing a discoverability!”

Note: In partnership with DisruptHR, TLNT presents some of the best Disrupt presentations from events across North America and now the world. Disrupt talks are modeled on the TEDx concept: Short, to the point talks on all things HR — talent, culture and technology. Nicholas Popowich is not the typical Disrupt HR speaker….

3 Questions to Keep Your Recruiting Aligned With the Business

As a business leader, you know who makes your company run. (Hint: your employees.) A study by SHRM shows that 95% of recruiters expect recruiting to be as or more challenging next year. Everyone wants to hire and retain the best, so we’re constantly revisiting and questioning everything we’ve ever thought we knew…

This Could Be the Most Impactful Recruiting Article of the Year — Timing Is Everything in Recruiting

This “think piece” is designed to get you to use timing to recruit when the competition is low. If you are not one of the few who understand the tremendous value of recruiting when the competition is low, this may be the most impactful article that you read all year. Yes, despite all that…

Employers Continue Steady Hiring; Sidelined Workers Stream Back Into the Labor Force

Jobs grew at a steady, if modest rate in September, with employers adding a net of 156,000 non-farm jobs during the month. This morning’s monthly jobs report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics was not far off the forecasts of labor economists who predicted a gain in the range of 165,000 to…

156,000 New Jobs Added Last Month as Economy Continues Modest Growth

Jobs grew at a steady, if modest rate in September, with employers adding 156,000 non-farm jobs during the month. This morning’s monthly jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics was not far off the forecasts of labor economists who predicted a gain in the range of 165,000 to 172,000. The government report…