How Companies Can Support Employee Wellness with Org-Wide Initiatives & ‘Recharge Days’
U.S. job market strong recovery outpaces predictions, increased demands are taking a toll on employees. Addison Group CEO, Thomas Moran, announces new program focused on employee mental health awareness in the workplace.
March 2022 Labor Report Recap
According to the latest employment report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the economy isn’t slowing down anytime soon. The report estimates that 431,000 workers joined the labor force in March; now the total is just 174,000 workers away from returning to pre-pandemic numbers. Another statistic close to reaching pre-pandemic levels is the labor force participation rate, which increased one-tenth of a percentage this month, to 62.4% from 62.3% in February 2020.
February Labor Report Recap
The U.S. job market continued to indicate strong employment growth during the month of February 2022. The number of jobs added to the economy rose to 678,000 last month, and the positive trend continued as the unemployment rate lowered to 3.8% from 4.0%.
November 2021 Jobs Report: Unemployment Lowers, While Job Growth Registers Its Smallest Gain This Year
The past month’s jobs report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics offers a mixed picture of how well the economy and jobs market in the U.S. are actually doing.
October 2021 Jobs Report: Positive Signs of an Upward Turn for the Economy
The Bureau of Labor Statistics report for October 2021 showed sizable improvements – indications that the worst of the pandemic’s impact on the economy might be behind us.
September 2021 Jobs Report: Job Openings at All-Time High as Economy Faces Slight Setback
Job growth in September 2021 continued at a slow pace and the unemployment rate fell more than economists expected.
August Jobs Report Indicates Smallest Employment Gain in Seven Months
Federal unemployment benefits expired over Labor Day weekend, leisure and hospitality took a hit, but other sectors of the economy remain steady.
Addison Group closes offices to focus on employee wellness
The wake of the pandemic has shifted businesses seemingly overnight to a hyper-demand, always-on, overly connected world. Leaving employees unable to disengage, disconnect, unplug, along with a looming feeling of unrest.
How to Navigate an Aging Workforce
It is important for companies to be aware of the aging workforce within local markets, as accessibility to younger talent will be a critical component to growth strategies.
Increases in Remote Work Will Require Employers to Adapt
By Chris Vennitti While remote work has been a growing trend, a recent Gallup poll on current workplace changes found that there