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Lon Matejczyk

If you’re not working at the moment but are serious about finding a job, temporary or permanent, perhaps there's a skills gap to blame.

Still Can’t Find Work? Perhaps a Skills Gap is to Blame?

If you’re in search of a job at the moment but aren’t working yet, it could because you lack relevant skills.  More than half of Americans (54%) think a skills gap is to blame for most people’s unemployment, according to the results of a new American Staffing Association survey.  But those surveyed also point to other factors preventing …

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Happy Employees

New ways to boost employee recruitment and retention

Employees today expect their employers to offer benefits that go much further than addressing their physical health. They’re interested in programs that can address mental, financial, and spiritual health, too. That’s probably not a news flash to anyone whose workforce is increasingly made up of younger workers. But what might be eye-opening is the fact …

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United States Department Of Labor

Feds launch wage violation self-reporting program

The Department of Labor has kicked off a pilot program that encourages employers to audit their pay practices and self-report any Fair Labor Standards Act violations they might find. Officials say the Payroll Audit Independent Determination program is a win for both employers and employees. Employers get to avoid liquidated damages, while employees get back …

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