Looking for New Team Members? - Here's How to Attract Talented People Beyond the paycheck, what factors are critical for candidates considering job offers? According to a new survey from staffing firm Accountemps, more than one-quarter of workers (26 percent) cited vacation time as most important. Corporate culture (24 percent) and career advancement potential (21 percent) came in close behind.
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Talent Shortages Forcing Employers to Change Hiring Tactics, According to Robert Half It is a great thing that unemployment is as low as it is (around 2% for college-educated workers), but there is a downside: employers are now facing a talent shortage of epic proportions. Staffing firm Robert Half recently surveyed CFOs, and found that many are having to get creative with their recruiting practices.
Some great New Year's Resolutions for your credit union members: The Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities is offering consumer tips for 2018, in the form of 10 resolutions you can keep: Take time to change or reset all your passwords. Changing your passwords will help prevent hackers from accessing your accounts to steal your financial and personal information.
Setting SMART Goals for Career Success Staffing firm Accountemps recently surveyed more than 1,000 workers across the country, and 93 percent said goal setting is important to their on-the-job performance. While more than half of professionals (51 percent) discuss goal progress with their manager at least monthly, 11 percent never broach the topic. Younger employees place more emphasis on work-related performance goals, the research found.
Robocalls Are On The Rise, Along with the Scams they Bring - Are Your Credit Union Members Informed? Scams are rising as consumer are hit by nearly 2.5 billion robocalls nationwide, according to anti-robocall telecommunication services provider YouMail. YouMail said that an estimated 2.49 billion robocalls were placed to U.S. consumers last month, marking a 4.1% increase since September.