Tuesday Digestif (24/2016): LinkedIn acquired for $26.2 billion all-cash πŸ’΅πŸ’

Hi everyone, today: Companies have troubles finding qualified talent Microsoft acquires LinkedIn Praise is an effective management tool Cover Story – Less Hiring in the U.S. Department of Labor said job openings rose to 5.8 million whilst hiring slipped to 5.1 million. Main reason: they don’t find enough qualified candidates. This Week’s Finest – LinkedIn … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (24/2016): LinkedIn acquired for $26.2 billion all-cash πŸ’΅πŸ’

Tuesday Digestif (23/2016): Troubles Recruiting? Just Move your HQ πŸ’πŸŒ†πŸ—Ό

Hi, today we cater the following: Trend analysis on declining youth employment Moving your HQ might help you to attract top talent All things robots Youth Employment Declining Fast The cohort of U.S. citizens aged 16-19 have experienced the strongest decline in employment rates in recent years. Main reasons for this trend: Some voluntarily withdraw … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (23/2016): Troubles Recruiting? Just Move your HQ πŸ’πŸŒ†πŸ—Ό

Tuesday Digestif (22/2016): Why Wealth Distribution in the U.S. Is Out of Balance πŸ“ŠπŸ”¬

Hi everyone, today: 50 years of wealth distribution in the U.S. Social mobility in the U.S. Future of the labor market with robots 50 Years of Wealth Distribution Explained Through a Comic Over the past half century the rich have become richer and the poor have become poorer. Vox covers the main drivers of this … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (22/2016): Why Wealth Distribution in the U.S. Is Out of Balance πŸ“ŠπŸ”¬

Tuesday Digestif (21/2016): Google’s tips & tricks to equal pay πŸ‘¦πŸ‘§πŸ‘¨πŸ‘©πŸ‘΄πŸ‘΅

Happy Tuesday everyone! Today we cover: Demystifying impact of an aging workforce Number-driven analysis of the labor market Google’s tips & tricks to equalΒ pay Demographics Is not Destiny New York Times uncovered a couple of myths about an aging demographic of workers: Older adults don’t work – Labor participation rates for men and women of … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (21/2016): Google’s tips & tricks to equal pay πŸ‘¦πŸ‘§πŸ‘¨πŸ‘©πŸ‘΄πŸ‘΅

Tuesday Digestif (20/2016): Why Uber drivers are unhappy about a lawsuit settlement πŸš™πŸš—πŸ˜ 

Happy Tuesday, today: Why Uber drivers are unhappy about lawsuit settlement How large retailers approach staffing or labor-optimization in 2016 On reversed gender pay gaps and free meals Classification Battle Not Over? The Guardian reports that Uber could have faced damage of up to $852m if it were not for a $100m settlement of their … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (20/2016): Why Uber drivers are unhappy about a lawsuit settlement πŸš™πŸš—πŸ˜ 

Tuesday Digestif (19/2016): Have you heard of ‘Paw-ternity leave’? 🐢🐺🐱

Hello everybody, Today we have some interesting topics: Macro-economicΒ U.S. labor market snapshot (April 2016) Driver and trends in the current labor market Look at exotic trends in HR State of the Labor Market: April 2016 This week New York Times picked up on the most recent labor market datapublished by the Bureau of Labor Statistics … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (19/2016): Have you heard of ‘Paw-ternity leave’? 🐢🐺🐱

Tuesday Digestif (18/2016): 5% Unemployment Is Half the Truth πŸ™Š

Dear readers, happy Tuesday to you! Today we cover: Why theΒ U.S. unemployment rate of 5% isn’t so rosy after all Why on-demand transportation will remain a 1099 employment category Why Universal Basic Income (UBI) is the next big thing Hidden Truths of Unemployment Data The unemployment rate in the U.S. is 5%. This is great … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (18/2016): 5% Unemployment Is Half the Truth πŸ™Š

Tuesday Digestif (16/2016): Pay Gap Not The Only Gender-Problem At Work πŸ‘«

Hello everyone, today the following: Boomeranging (back to former employers) is trending Gender imbalance in leadership positions is a bigger issueΒ than gender pay gap How to manage through ‘task relevant maturity’ Cover Story – Boomeranging Returning to work at a former employer is trending again. Here some more facts: 29% of American workers polled for … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (16/2016): Pay Gap Not The Only Gender-Problem At Work πŸ‘«

Tuesday Digestif (15/2016): Job Market Looks Bright, for Some πŸŽ“

Hi, today we cover: Job Market Outlook for Graduates California’s Progressive Policy Making On ‘Employee Development’ Job Market Outlook for Graduates New York Times reports on career prospects for recent graduates: Overall hiring of graduates is up by 15% Occupation-specific majors tend to do better in the job market Underemployment still at 44% Median wage … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (15/2016): Job Market Looks Bright, for Some πŸŽ“