This week in the industry…
‘We Are Ready’: Millennials Respond to Complaints They’re Not Prepared for the Workforce (via Workforce)
According to a recent survey by Adecco, 66% of hiring managers said they don’t think recent college grads are prepared for the workplace. However, grads disagree – as they say that professional experiences and classes have prepared them well.
Leveraging the 21st Century Workforce (via Staffing Industry Analysts)
The contract labor force is growing of a rate that is double the traditional workforce. SIA takes a look at the trend and helps identify practices that help support the expanding contingent workforce.
15 Top MBA Employers (via CNNMoney)
Each year, research firm Universum USA surveys B-school students to see where they most want to work. CNNMoney offers the top 15 companies, featuring Fortune 500 companies like Google, Apple & Amazon, and what the hiring managers are looking for in new hires.
Professional Temporary Workers on the Rise (via Epoch Times)
Typically, people think temp work is associated with low skill and low wage, but around the world, temp work arrangements are increasingly common in professions. Adjunct professors, contractual lawyers and temp agency doctors are all technically temporary workers, which may change the attitude of many upon hearing the term “temp work.”
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