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Question of the Month: How Does the Current Employment Landscape Compare to When You Entered the Workforce?

Question of the Month: How Does the Current Employment Landscape Compare to When You Entered the Workforce?

The employment landscape is constantly evolving, and with unemployment at a 50-year low and near historic lows in Canada, it can be drastically different for 2020 college graduates than it was for other generations. So we want to know how this year’s job market compares with when you first entered the workforce. Let us know […]

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Survey: Most Businesses Don’t Expect 2019 Recession

76% Don’t Expect Recession Over Coming Year; Job Market, Wage Growth Are Positive Signs At year end, businesses have confidence in the economy, with most predicting no recession in 2019. In the December survey of 445 businesses, only 1% of respondents expect a recession in the next three months, while 8% expect one in three […]

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Survey: The Effects of the Corporate Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017

The United States Congress recently passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, which included slashing the corporate tax rate from 35% to 21%. As a result, many CEOs chose to pass on the expected tax savings to their employees in the form of a year-end bonus. Many of the bill’s supporters say this […]

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Only 10% of Businesses Say Local Market “Trending Down”

Snapshot of the Economy on “Main Street” Heating up. Significant job growth. Optimism about the economy. Across the country, Express Employment Professionals office owners are reporting positive signs from their local communities. And when asked to describe the current employment environment, they offer many reasons for hope, as well as concern about the lack of […]

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What’s Your Top Challenge?

As we come upon the halfway mark of the year, are things going just as you had planned, or are you dealing with the unexpected? Either way, we want to know – what’s your top challenge at work? Let us know by voting in this poll!

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