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Employers and Job-Seekers: The Autumn Hiring Harvest Begins, Starting Now!

With Labor Day behind us and the kids back to school, now is the time for companies and potential employees to connect. As hiring managers hurry to place people ASAPin unfilled positions from the dog days of summer, job seekers will be happy to know that September and October are two of the hottest months in the jobs market. In both instances, …

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Don’t Let Labor Shortages Slow Your Growth!

It’s what Americans have been waiting for:   Personal and disposable income is trending up .04 percent in May, allowing people to feel more comfortable spending on goods and services. Consumer sentiment is at a 3-month high, led by optimism about job growth and retention. Claims for unemployment benefits continue to drop to near-record lows. In most states, the labor …

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Generation Z – The Next-Gen Workforce | Part Two

Tips for Hiring and Engaging Gen Z Workers In last month’s blog, Generation Y and Z.  What’s Different? we explored some generalized contrasts between Gen Y workers and the rising Post-Millennials, or Gen Z. [Click Chart] Most of today’s managers are Boomers and Gen Xers, responsible for hiring, retaining, and most importantly,  positioning the organization for future growth and success.  You …

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Generation Z – The Next-Gen Workforce | Part One

Generation Y and Z.  What’s Different? Just as you were getting the hang of managing Millennials (Gen Y), now you are faced with the complexities of hiring and training the new Gen Z!  Partnership Employment is here to help with a two-part series that will help you: identify some of the key differences between Gen Y and Gen Z tips …