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Avoid Discriminatory Practices When Hiring for Culture As company culture has become an increasingly important element for recruiting and retaining employees, more and more organizations have begun considering “culture fit” as part of their hiring process. According to one recent survey, one out of every five employers say that they wouldn’t hire a candidate who was not the right cultural fit for […] continue reading this post


CA Employers Face Low Unemployment, Rising Wages and Open Positions The jobless rate in the U.S. has dropped to the lowest it has been since 1969, according to the most recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). For the first half of 2018, the unemployment rate held steady between 3.9 and 4.1 percent, but September saw another dip, dropping the rate to 3.7 […] continue reading this post


Aging Workforce Increases Employers Risk of Age Discrimination As more and more Millennials and Gen Zers enter the workforce, employers are adapting to recruit and engage talented young employees. Although it’s important to reach this newer pool of workers, it’s equally as important not to disregard aging workers just because they’re older. While millennials may currently be the largest generation in the workforce, […] continue reading this post


how unemployment affects businesses California’s Employment Development Department recently released new data that shows the state’s unemployment rate is at a record low. In July, California employers added over 46,000 new employees to their payrolls, a significant increase from the 21,500 added in June. The employment growth was primarily in nine industry sectors. Leading the pack with 15,100 new […] continue reading this post


Much of today’s workforce is comprised of millennials, but employers are struggling to appeal to them, thus contributing to a high millennial turnover rate. According to a survey by Gallup, millennials change jobs at a rate that is three times higher than workers from older generations. Replacing one entry level to mid-level employee can cost […] continue reading this post