The Results Are In! What Top Talent Thinks About Working Remotely from Home

As we enter our third year of virtual workspaces and flexible working arrangements thanks to the pandemic, many companies are trying to determine if a return to the office is possible. However, as more variants continue to pop up and the workforce becomes very comfortable working remotely from home,…

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NYC: AB5 Legislation and the Future for Gig Economy Workers

Late September in 2019, California's Senate passed Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) for legislation, which grants gig economy workers with protections such as higher wages and benefits. With many employers adding independent contractors to their teams as a way to reduce labor costs in today's economy, the…

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A Stronger Labor Market is Paying Off

The continued expansion of the jobs market is finally reaching those who were left behind after the 2008 recession. This stronger performance of the job market can only mean a win-win situation both for companies looking to hire and for those currently unemployed. A Return to 2000s Standards In July…

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6 Tips to Overcome H-1B Visa Changes

The tech industry is best known for its rapid pace and technological advancements, but since the field is constantly evolving, there's also a continuous demand for skilled workers in this area. A company may not always have candidates available to fill their open positions. The United States specifically…

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Job Seekers Want You To Change Your Tune

It’s 2019, yet many companies are still stuck in the past when it comes to their hiring processes. It's taking time for them to realize that modern-day job seekers no longer respond to the same old hiring tactics. Instead of working to make the hiring process smoother, many employers only make…

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Mind The Unemployment Gap

According to the Labor Department, the United States has experienced a rare phenomenon in April 2019: the number of job openings is much higher than the number of unemployed Americans. In fact, this trend has been going on for some time now. Since 2018, Americans searching for jobs has continued to decrease…

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