(Richmond, VA) July 27, 2012 – Bruce Peacock & The Richmond Group USA(TRG) Manufacturing division are pleased to announce the successful conclusion of an Industrial Engineer search for a world-class consumer packaged goods(CPG) manufacturer. A comprehensive search was conducted in their…
Few sectors have faced more employment setbacks as a result of the economic downturn in the U.S. than the construction industry. However, there are signs that more work is becoming available, reducing jobless numbers.
As the economy continues its slow march toward recovery, some firms are adding temporary staff members as consumer spending levels remain uncertain.
While some employers may be wary of challenges related to hiring developmentally disabled workers, many have found that hiring them can be a major asset to their business.
A recent survey from Career Directors International (CDI) seeks to give added insight to job seekers when it comes to what employers are looking for in an applicant.
In an effort to increase hiring among small businesses, lawmakers in Congress recently proposed a new piece of legislation to lower taxes.
Thanks to new technology, many firms are able to receive a greater response to announcements of open positions than ever before.
The Labor Department reports that the U.S. unemployment rate remained unchanged in June at 8.2 percent while adding 80,000 jobs, mostly in the professional services sector. The first quarter of 2012 averaged a gain of more than 225,000 positions per month, while the second quarter averaged just 75,000.
Total employment in the U.S. grew by 69,000 positions in May and unemployment grew for the first time in more than a year from 8.1 to 8.2 percent as nearly half a million high school and college graduates entered the…