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Time-to-Fill, Highest Since 2001?

Cielo HR Leader

national average of 25 working days (Monday-Saturday)— the lengthiest it has been since 2001. . in June 2014 than at any time since 2001. Despite there being more jobs available today than there were at any time since 2001, and with the tools and resources at our disposal in 2014, how is it possible time-to-fill has actually worsened? Also according to the DICE-DFH report, noteworthy time-to-fill averages over the past 13 years: January 2001: 23.3


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Special Report from CareerBuilder—Changes in Workforce Composition, 2001–2014

HR Daily Advisor

Major demographic shifts in the United States since 2001 have led to a workforce that looks quite different today, according to a new report from CareerBuilder. In 2014, 49% of jobs were held by women, compared to 48% in 2001. million more female workers since 2001 compared to just 2.2 Since 2001, women lost ground in 48 out of the 50 highest paying jobs, including surgeons, chief executives, and software developers.

Study: Employers’ Cost to Provide Employee Benefits Has Risen 24% Since 2001

HR Daily Advisor

employers’ cost to provide employee benefits, measured as a percentage of pay, increased 24% between 2001 and 2015, fueled largely by a doubling in healthcare benefit costs, according to a new analysis by Willis Towers Watson (WTW). of pay in 2001 to 18.3% Conversely, total retirement benefits, which include defined benefit (DB), defined contribution (DC), and postretirement medical plans (PRM), declined by 25% between 2001 and 2015, from 9.1%

Employers’ Cost to Provide Employee Benefits Has Risen 24% Since 2001, New Analysis Finds

HR Daily Advisor

employers’ cost to provide employee benefits, measured as a percentage of pay, increased 24% between 2001 and 2015, fueled largely by a doubling in healthcare benefit costs, according to a new analysis by Willis Towers Watson, a leading global advisory, broking, and solutions company. of pay in 2001 to 18.3% Indeed, in 2001, healthcare costs for active employees comprised about two-fifths (42%) of benefits, while retirement benefits made up the remaining three-fifths (58%).

Is Netflix's 2001 Culture Deck Still Relevant Today To Shape Company Culture?

Forbes Leadership Strategy

In 2001, McCord, along with Netflix CEO Reed Hasting, published the Netflix Culture Deck which at the time created some reaction in the HR and tech world. I became curious about this deck. Is it still relevant fourteen years later? What can we learn from it? Where is HR going next

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Ep 175 – Where to Get Started with Recruitment Marketing?


In 2001, when I first started in HR and recruiting, I. In 2001, when I first started in HR and recruiting, I successfully used dating websites to recruit and source candidates. I am what many people call a trailblazer especially in the area of what is now referred to as digital recruiting and/or recruitment marketing. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution.

Agile Frameworks for Small and Large Research Teams


Almost 20 years have passed since the original Agile Manifesto was drafted at the now legendary meeting in Snowbird, Utah in early 2001. Today, as organizations seek to rapidly innovate, test new ideas , and uncover insights straight from the consumer, agile methodologies are more relevant than ever before. Market Research

OFCCP Names New Pacific Regional Director

DCI Consulting

Suhr has been with OFCCP since 2001 and was most recently Deputy Director of the Pacific Region of OFCCP OFCCP has named Jane Suhr as the new Pacific Regional Director of OFCCP.


It’s 2020 and I’m Re-certifying with @SHRM. Want to know why?


In 2001 I got my SPHR certification for the first time. I started my first real HR Manager job and the CHRO wanted to make sure every single HR person on our team had either a PHR or SPHR.


Don’t Forget to Recognize the Vets In Your Workplace

TLNT: The Business of HR

Armed Forces since September 2001, the Bureau of Labor Statistics most recently reported that 120,000 of them are without a job. Of the 4.2 million veterans in America who served on active duty in the U.S. Employee Recognition Veterans in the Workplace Featured

Insights Wanted for Our HR Certification Survey


In 2001, when I began working in HR with little. From the moment HR chose me, I’ve taken it as a personal challenge to learn, grow, and understand what it’s like to be in human resources. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution.

Study: Early Workplace Intervention Could Be Key to Diabetes Prevention


million Swedish adults who were employed between 2001 and 2013. A new study reveals that certain occupations have up to a three-times-higher risk of developing diabetes. The Institute of Environmental Medicine at the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm recently published results of a study that examined diabetes rates of about 4.5 The goal of the study was to see where risks and prevalence of type 2 diabetes were highest among all populations in Sweden. Corporate Wellness

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The 9/11 Good Deed Challenge

HR Bartender

It is observed as a National Day of Service and Remembrance in memory of the 2,977 individuals killed in the September 11, 2001 attacks. Today is Patriot Day in the United States. While it’s not a federal holiday, many organizations and individuals plan volunteer activities to serve their local communities. In writing this post, I found some very interesting statistics about volunteering in the U.S. Did you know: 1 in 4 adults volunteers through an organization.

The Day Canadians Opened Their Homes To Americans

Forbes Leadership Strategy

Generous Canadians in Gander, Newfoundland, fed and housed thousands of Americans displaced for nearly a week after September 11, 2001


Be a Better Employer with an Employee Value Proposition


The term “war for talent” was coined by McKinsey’s Steven Hankin in 1997 and popularized by a book of the same name in 2001. It refers to the rise of ever fiercer competition to recruit and retain employees when too few workers are available. Payroll what employees want hr trends improve retention payroll benefits Recruiting hourly employees

Job Market & Competition for Top Talent is on the Rise


broke 5 million for the first time since January 2001. According to a recently released report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of job openings in the U.S. While this is great news for those who have been out of work, recent graduates and individuals who have been wanting a new opportunity, The post Job Market & Competition for Top Talent is on the Rise appeared first on PeopleStrategy.

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Saving the Middle Manager: Interview With Consultant Jacob Spilman

Business Management Daily

Jacob Spilman has been a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Employee Assistance Professional in private practice in Portland Oregon since 2001. He specializes in working with executives and middle managers, providing career coaching and skill development. Jathan Janove: What’s your definition of “middle manager”? Jacob Spilman: A middle manager implements the executive suite’s strategy and provides oversight […].

How Scott Dorsey turned company culture into a $2.5B competitive advantage


Indianapolis seems as unlikely a place as any to start a billion-dollar tech company, but in 2001, Scott Dorsey started on his journey to do eventually just that. The story of ExactTarget, acquired for $2.5 billion by Salesforce in 2013 is not only one of unlikely success, but a testament to the power of a strong company Culture. Employee Engagement Best Companies to Work for Company Culture

Assessing Values in Online Technology Part 4

HR Examiner

Today, in part three of our series we’ll look at the types of assessment, trends and observations, tips for buyers, and tips for sellers. Assessing Values in Online Technology. Ten Things We Learned. Part Four.

Oh, What A Year!

Thrive Global

The first six months of 2001 started out with such hope and enthusiasm. irst day was on September 11, 2001. If 2001 had ended after these events I would not have chalked it up as the worst year, but we still had one more tragic incident that upended our lives forever.

The 4-Part Playbook That Will Help Any Leader Beat A Recession

Forbes Leadership Strategy

We were here in 2001. We were here in 2008. Now we're here again, what steps should leaders take to maximize their changes of surviving and thriving


What’s Taking So Long?


That’s the highest time-to-hire we’ve seen since 2001. For most companies, it takes about 25 working days to fill a vacant position—or over 50 days for companies with 5,000 employees or more. In this article, find out what’s taking so long, and learn how to regain speed in your hiring process without sacrificing quality. The post What’s Taking So Long? appeared first on OutMatch. Articles assessments interviewing personality fit recruiting reference checking talent selection

How Avoiding Back Pain Could Be As Basic As Muscle Memory


Tanya (Weiker) Snowden, PT, CEAS, AOEAS, left her traditional clinical practice in 2001 to pursue her desire to be in the preventative medicine field, “I want to get to people ahead of the pain and injury versus behind it.”. To say it simply our guest on today’s blog post is an Orthopedic Physical Therapist and a Back Health Specialist. She is the creator of the HEALTHY BACKS & BODIES™ Outreach , and we could not be more excited to have had the opportunity to speak with her.

National Employment at a Glance: Optimism Continues


While the overall number of jobs created last month (212,000) was softer than expected, February marks the 13th consecutive month of more than 200,000 jobs generated—bringing the country’s total employment to its largest size since 2001. Last week, our ADP Research Institute team released the latest ADP National Employment Report, ADP Small Business Report and ADP National Franchise Report.

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2017 HR Prediction: Layoffs

Laurie Ruettimann

It’s December 2001 and America has only just begun its war in Afghanistan. That’s when it all started for me, December 2001. I’m working in a human resources department at an insurance company. I’m the HR leader for “capital development,” which is shorthand for mergers and acquisitions. I’m responsible for providing HR support to companies who are acquired by my organization.

CENTRO Seeks To Be World's Most Widely-Used Media-Buying Platform

Forbes Leadership Strategy

In 2001, Shawn Riegsecker decided to start a company whose mission was to build the most comprehensive and automated digital media buying and operations platform between buyers and sellers on the market

Overcoming Social Distancing

Forbes Leadership Strategy

The Attack On The World Trade Center In 2001 Redefined My First Sabbatical Leave And Transformed America’s Sense Of Security


Next Generation, Inc. (NGI)

Workforce Software

Founded in 2001, Next Generation, Inc. NGI) is a full service Technology Management and Consulting Organization. Our core competencies rely in assisting our clients with the implementation and support of their Enterprise-wide Application Solutions. We provide end-to-end services in implementing Oracle and SAP ERP solutions, Business and Data Analytics, Workforce Management and Scheduling and Enterprise. Services Partners

INTERVIEW: Dave Ulrich on How To Win the War for Talent

HR Bartender

The term “war for talent” was first used in 2001 in a Harvard Business Press book by the same name. It refers to a competitive landscape in recruiting and retention. Given the recent shift to a candidate-driven market and other indicators like low unemployment, the use of war for talent seems very appropriate. Dave Ulrich and his colleagues have a new book out on the topic titled “ Victory Through Organization: Why the War for Talent is Failing Your Company and What You Can Do About It ”.

HR Spotify: Fast and Furious Soundtrack Songs, Ranked.

The HR Capitalist

Lil Mo & Vita "Put It On Me" (Remix) The Fast & The Furious (2001) - I had to put Ja Rule in, so here we are. 5-- Limp Bizkit, Method Man, Redman, Swizz Beatz, & DMX "Rollin’ (Urban Assault Vehicle)" The Fast & The Furious (2001) - Out of the more intense records throughout the franchise’s history, this one is top-five material. 4-- Saliva "Click, Click, Boom" More Fast & Furious (2001) - “Click, Click, Boom” is an iconic nu-metal smash of the early 2000s.

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Upcoming Solar and Lunar Eclipses June 21 and July 5, 2020

Thrive Global

The last time a Solar eclipse corresponded with the summer Solstice was in June 2001. Lest you panic, let me say this current eclipse is not as potent as that of 2001. In 2001 the US. An eclipse describes the time when the earth, Sun and Moon form a straight line in the heavens; with a Solar eclipse the Moon passes directly between the Sun and the earth, and the light of the Sun is temporarily blocked.

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How Arkadium, A Forbes Small Giant, Survived A Russian Invasion And Rose To New Heights

Forbes Leadership Strategy

By 2001 they were dating, and it went so well they decided to start a company together, to develop online games Jessica Rovello and Kenny Rosenblatt met when they were working together at a tech company.

How Crowdsourcing Eliminates Risk in Innovation

Cornerstone On Demand

He founded topcoder , a platform for computer programming and design contests, pioneering " crowdsourcing "—tapping a community of people for ideas or resources—all the way back in 2001. At a time when many of us—myself included—still walked to the library to check our email once a week, Jack Hughes saw what the Internet was truly bringing to the world: connectivity like never before.

Why 2020 Is The ‘Year Of HR’: A Conversation With Josh Bersin


He founded Bersin & Associates in 2001 to provide research and advisory services focused on corporate learning, HR, talent management & acquisition, and leadership. Perhaps now more than ever, demands on People Operations roles are incredibly high. Handling just the administrative side of HR while establishing a remote workforce can be a full-time job, let alone the all-important human element that requires your attention and resources.

How to Take Care of Your Team in Crisis Situations

ACI Specialty Benefits

11, 2001, attacks, I saw an entirely new dimension of need for employee care and assistance before, during, and after a crisis. Ann Clark, Founder and CEO of ACI Specialty Benefits, shares specific steps employers need to take to support the workforce through crisis in her latest feature article for CEO World.

The hidden cost of power differential in the workplace

Get Hppy

I sure wouldn’t want to march into this guy’s office and tell him the project that he had been championing for all these years should be put to death ” (Keil and Robey, 2001). “ The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place. ”.

When Businesses Think “Thrive” Versus “Survive” in the Midst of Crisis


lost two-thirds of its employees in the September 11, 2001, attacks on the World Trade Center. In today’s environment, many organizations are simply focused on survival: “How do we keep our doors open for the next six months?” And, rightly so. According to a CNBC report , more than 30% of small businesses are at risk of closing if the status quo persists for more than two months. But, while most organizations are thinking, “how do we survive and come out of this?”

White paper: How to Balance Speed and Insight for a Hiring Process That’s Just Right


It didn’t always take this long, but the national average for time-to-hire has been climbing since 2001. If you’re like most, it takes your company about 25 working days to fill a vacant position—or 2x that for companies with 5,000 employees or more. Find out why, and learn how to regain speed in your hiring process without sacrificing quality. In this white paper, you’ll find 4 ways to harness the power of insight for quicker, smarter hiring decisions.

Biddle Consulting Group, Inc., Names Patrick M. Nooren, Ph.D. as President

Biddle Consulting

He was promoted to Manager of the EEO/AA Division in 1999 and became Executive Vice President/Partner in 2001 when he and Dan Biddle founded Biddle Consulting Group. FOLSOM, CA – June 15, 2020 –Biddle Consulting Group, Inc., Names Patrick M. Nooren, Ph.D. as President. Biddle Consulting Group, Inc. BCG), a leading provider of EEO, Affirmative Action, Pay Equity, and Employment Assessment software and consulting services announces that Patrick Nooren, Ph.D.