There are several reasons why people work, some of which may surprise you.
An increase to the minimum wage won't help workers in the long run.
We should be watching the labor participation rate, not the unemployment rate.
A bad candidate has both measurable and hidden costs.
Life Lessons Could Translate into Business Lessons.
Employers Need to Address Workers' Needs.
Management indecision is the No. 1 reason a company keeps an employee longer than it should.
It’s a short term educational commitment, as well as a cost effective.
Long-term employees, who once stayed at their current job out of fear of an uncertain economy, are now jumping to new employers.
The good news is that manufacturing hiring was up in 2012, with more growth projected for 2013 and 2014. The bad news isn't enough trained skilled laborers in the American workforce to fill the jobs available.
With all of the talk regarding the Michigan Right-to-Work vote taking place everywhere I turn, I started to reflect upon the only time in my life I was a union member. I was 16 years old and had secured my first job at a car wash.