Unique benefits to recruit and retain female employees
The unemployment rate for women is lower than men, making the competition for top-level female candidates even more fierce.
By Matthew A. Michela|August 17, 2018 at 10:20 AM
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There is a battle raging in the employment market. It’s the fight to recruit and retain the best, most productive employees in what is rapidly becoming an overheated market.
Consider this: the overall unemployment in the U.S. briefly dropped below 4 percent earlier this year – the level which economists consider “full employment” because there is always turnover among employees. In particular sectors, the competition for talent is especially fierce.
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