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Legislative lowdown: Department of Labor will extend overtime pay to 4 million salaried workers

HR Brew

These thresholds will be updated every three years starting in July 2027 based on current wage data. The rule raises the annual salary threshold for white-collar (i.e. executive, administrative, and professional) employees to qualify for overtime from $35,568 to $58,656. It will be fully implemented by Jan.

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Celebrating Our Heroes: How Nurse Appreciation Week Sheds Light on the Critical Issue of Burnout and Nurse Shortage


Another 610,388 RNs reported an “intent to leave” the workforce by 2027 due to the same reasons. According to NCSBN, around 100,000 registered nurses (RNs) left the workforce during the pandemic due to stress, burnout, and retirement.


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Case Study: Strategic Workforce Planning for Rail Infrastructure Managers

Analytics in HR

So, achieving the right number of certified operators requires the operation to gradually reduce the number of workstations.

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Pay transparency is coming for the global workforce. Is your HR department ready?

HR Brew

EU member states have until 2026 to adopt national legislation adhering to the directive, and 250-plus-person companies will have to share their first pay gap reports by June 2027. Best practices.

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Tackling an RPO Model in 2023 to Accelerate Agency Growth

With the global RPO market estimated to reach over $21 bn by 2027, it’s become clear that exploring the RPO model might be the most beneficial way of accelerating growth at their agency. This ebook talks about RPO models, advantages, and opportunities.

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As contingent workforces grow, Workday unveils new tool to assist HR


Advertisement - On average, 36% of the workforce for Fortune 500 companies are non-employees and that figure is expected to rise to 50% by 2027, Shashank Saxena, co-general manager for Workday VNDLY, tells Human Resource Executive.

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Report: HR Trends 2024 – Navigating the Future of Work


Further, skillsets for jobs have changed by around 25% since 2015, a figure that’s expected to double by 2027. According to the American Staffing Association, 80% of U.S. employees consider a potential employer’s professional development and training offerings important when accepting a new job.

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