SHRM Report Indicates Increased Recruiting Difficulty
According to the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) Leading Indicators of National Employment®, (LINE®), the challenges facing employment and recruiting are increasing.
In September, the hiring rate is expected to decline -9.6% in manufacturing and -15.3% in the service sector. This will contribute to the recruiting difficulty. In August, the index for recruiting difficulty rose sharply and increased +15,6% in manufacturing and +14.1% in service.
The full report is available to SHRM members at SHRM.org
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