Hiring conditions are perhaps in their strongest stretch since the Great Recession ended six years ago. Job openings have reached a level not seen in nearly 15 years, and more workers are quitting their current positions in search of something better, thus creating churn and opportunities for other job seekers.
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Job Gains Total 223,000 in June, but Wages Still Flat
On July 8, @SHRMnextchat chatted with John Dooney (@SHRMAnalytics) about "HR's Roller Coaster Ride From the Great Recession."
In case you missed it, here are all the great tweets from the chat:
Anonymity Goes from Bullying to Hiring? Why It Can Work for Passive Tech Talent and Startups Hiring
Calif.: Tips for Lawfully Hiring Teenagers for Summer Jobs
BLS Reports Record 5.4 Million U.S. Job Openings
Skilled Trades Jobs Hardest to Fill Worldwide
EEOC Claim of Discrimination Against Men Resolved
You are a fair employer. You try to look at all candidates equally and don’t discriminate based on demographics. You care about talent. But like it or not, stereotypes and unintentional bias impact our thought process and decisions in complex ways — ways we don’t even realize.
For the past several years, San Francisco officials have scrambled to find jobs for younger residents as summer approaches. And through partnerships with local nonprofits and the private sector, the city to date has matched nearly 20,000 of its youths with warm-weather work gigs.
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In the job market, we’ve all come to accept a little bit of exaggeration.