Kelly Services Inc. class A rose$. 45 or 2.6 percent, to $17.95. Korn/Ferry International Inc. fell$. 03 or. 2 percent, to $17.95. ManpowerGroup fell$. 35 or. 6 percent, to $57.80.» Read More
"Make no mistake— there are still challenges for women in the workplace, even 40 years after we entered the workforce. But over the course of my career, I’ve learned that the key to success lies in ... hard work, determination and relationships with people," says Joyce Russell, EVP and President of Adecco Staffing U.S.
Fast trader Steve Cortes says this sector is a better read on the labor market than Friday's expected jobs report.
David Madland, American Worker Project, discusses the battle for employment among America's older and younger populations.
Companies that allow or encourage their employees to work from home, rather than come to the office, are more interested in maintaining a happy workforce than achieving any direct cost savings.
Paychex attributes the company's growth to increases in both checks per client and revenue per check, with Martin Mucci, Paychex president & CEO and Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
Laura Tyson, S.K. & Angela Chan Professor of Global Management at Haas School of Business, discusses whether Obama's American Jobs Act will work.
Japan takes the top spot in Asia in a global survey that measures expatriates' net take-home pay, with South Korea coming in second and Hong Kong a surprise number 10.
"There are large companies that are reducing the head count or announcing job cuts," Albert Ellis, CEO at Harvey Nash, told CNBC. " What they're not doing is really explain the pace of technological change plus the fact that the emphasis is moving from the West to the East ."
The salary of a profession is among the most compelling factors for many individuals deciding what career path to follow, what degree to persue or even where to live. So, what are the highest paying jobs in the country?
Click ahead to see the ten jobs with the highest levels of employee unhappiness, according to data collected in 2011. The results may surprise you.
The federal government plans to shut 40 percent of its computer centers over the next four years to reduce its hefty technology budget and modernize the way it uses computers to manage data and provide services to citizens. The New York Times reports.
Planned job cuts rose to 41,432 jobs in June, an 11.6 percent increase on May, but the overall pace of downsizing is at the lowest level for 11 years, according to the monthly jobs report by Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
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Swiss staffing company Adecco posted a better than expected net profit for its first quarter results, up 77 percent to 100 million euros, and the results were mainly driven by good revenues in the United States and in France, the company's CEO told CNBC in an interview Tuesday.
Over the last 20 years, Americans have witnessed unprecedented advances in care of hospitalized patients. Improved diagnostic procedures, quantum leaps in medical technology, enhanced treatments and a public now familiar with the concept of preventative medical care all mean that healthcare – especially in the hospital – has changed to meet the health care needs of today’s patients.
Bad news for all you fine females out there in search of a job. Looks like your good looks could actually be keeping you unemployed.
In another sign the American economy is on the comeback trail, a new survey from KPMG shows optimism is improving among U.S. manufacturing and service industry executives. Executives in both key sectors say the worst is behind us.
Don't get lost on the highways of investing. Here's how Cramer plans to navigate the days to come.