(Our highly subjective selection of the most interesting recent writings on Human Capital Management.)
>>5 Hiring Trends for 2015: Business News Daily reports on a new study from CareerBuilder. It includes the findings that 36 percent of employers plan to increase their full-time workforces in 2015, up from 24 percent last year, while only 9 percent of businesses expect to decrease staff levels.
>>HR Hot in 2015: Another prognosticator, a corporate recruiter writing for Southern Business Journal, offers advice and top HR trends to focus on in the new year, including data collection and retention.
>>Are We Home Yet? A debate in the engineering world springs up over working from home, with the CEO of one company pointing to remote working as a solution to visa shortages and others insisting that collaboration works best in one location. The online publication Quartzcovers the action.
>>Job Market Gets Even Tighter: CNN Money reports that nearly 3 million jobs were created in the U.S. in 2014, making it the country’s best year of job growth in 15 years, with some economists predicting further acceleration in 2015.
>>A Happy Holiday Season for Job Seekers: Recruiters evidently took little time off in December, as companies added more workers than forecast in the month, and the most since June 2014. Bloomberg.com covers the ADP National Employment Report®, indicating the U.S. job market was sustaining strength as 2014 drew to a close.
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