For many of the employed millions, the market is shifting. The number of vacant jobs is on the rise and discretionary choice is slowly returning. What are companies to do to retain their best talent?
A new survey by consulting firm Fuld & Co. shows that while financial services firms and tech companies might be the most aggressive in collecting intelligence, other industries aren’t that far behind.
In separate announcements last week, two leading schools announced major curriculum changes, indicating that the loud noise from the past years, including the blame the MBA community continues to receive for the Wall Street crisis, seems to have permeated.
"There's a disconnect between what employers think attracts employees to their company and what actually attracts employees. Go figure." So wrote my colleague Phil Stott on this blog earlier this week, in reference to a recent study that found companies are experiencing significant problems attracting and retaining top talent.
Do you work for a company that offers unlimited paid time off? Mind boggling but true for a whole 1% of U.S. employers as of 2010, according to a WorldatWork survey.