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Leisure and Hospitality Jobs Outlook Strong for 2022

Employment in leisure and hospitality is projected to grow faster than any other sector in the year ahead as well as over the next decade.  That’s the great news from government economists. But will rising demand be enough to bring workers back to this industry? Probably not. As employers are increasingly realizing, solving the hiring …

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OSHA Gives Employers Time to Comply to Vaccine Mandate

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is giving employers a bit of breathing room while the fight over mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations heads to the U.S. Supreme Court. OSHA acted after the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Dec. 17 lifted a stay on the vaccine rules, which affect businesses with at least 100 employees. …

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Bored at Your Job? A Temporary Position Could Be the Answer

The exact cause of the Great Resignation — labor shortages across the economy even though employment is still five million below its pre-pandemic level — has been hard to explain. Unlike the “skills gap” we saw after the 2008 downturn, the labor shortages this time seem to be real. Workers are quitting at record rates, …

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Top Deal-Breakers When Applying for, Accepting a Job

Choose your job interview questions well. If that seems obvious, consider that more than half of U.S. adults say the No. 1 deal-breaker that would deter them from applying for or accepting an offer of employment is inappropriate interview questions, according to the latest American Staffing Association Workforce Monitor survey. Other reasons that people would refrain …

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