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Easter Read: The trillion-dollar difference

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Category: Accounting / Financial

Although organizations put technology in the spotlight in the future of work, it is, in fact, human capital that holds the greatest value for organizations now and in future, new Korn Ferry Hay Group research finds. An economic analysis commissioned by the firm and conducted by the Centre for Economics and Business Research finds that […]

Source: Korn Ferry

Published: April 26, 2017


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New Study: Gender Equality in U.S. Jobs – Good To Be a Female Worker in Norway

Category: Business and Investment News

Gender Equality in U.S. Jobs Might Not Be as Bad as You Think. Meanwhile, it’s good to be a female worker in Norway. Just don’t have a kid. Women and men are not equal parties in the U.S. workforce. That can be qualified and quantified in any number of ways, but it’s a simple, depressing […]

Source: Bloomberg

Published: April 26, 2017


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The Smart Economics of Norway’s Parental Leave

Business

Category: Human Resources

An army, 40 strollers strong, grinds through the Norwegian forest. We are mamas uniformed in running tights and Technicolor tennis shoes (with a handful of papas thrown in), pushing all-terrain strollers down a hilly wooded path. This is a five mile stroller hike led by a yellow-vested guide, part of a weekly series organized by […]

Source: The Washington Post

Published: January 11, 2016


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Manpower: Derfor er det grunn til optimisme i arbeidsmarkedet

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Category: Human Resources

I samtlige regioner i landet varsler flertallet av arbeidsgivere at de vil øke antallet ansatte i løpet av neste kvartal. Men det er likevel flere grunner til ikke å juble for høyt. – Det er positivt for landet at flere arbeidsgivere sier de heller vil oppbemanne enn nedbemanne, sier Maalfrid Brath, konsernsjef i ManpowerGroup. Arbeidsløsheten […]

Source: NRK

Published: December 8, 2015


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Søkerrush til McDonald’s

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Category: Food & Beverage

Antallet søkere på ledige stillinger hos burgerkjeden McDonald’s i Norge har økt med 20 prosent siden ifjor. Hittil i år har McDonald’s fått 683 flere søknader på stillinger enn ifjor. – Grunnen til økningen tror vi er todelt. På den ene siden er det få jobber for ungdom, og på den andre siden ser ungdom […]

Source: Dagens Næringsliv

Published: October 15, 2015


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