Can Government Mandated $15 An Hour Minimum Wages Really Help Workers And Create More Jobs?

Can Government Mandated $15 An Hour Minimum Wages Really Help Workers And Create More Jobs?

S.T.E.M. educational improvement better for wages creation

Tuesday’s Indiana primary victories for Democrat Bernie Sanders and Republican Donald Trump showcased two major, conflicting visions for jobs and wages creation. Who is right?

Democrats Strongly Support A Government Mandated $15 Minimum Wage.

Mr. Sanders proposes more than doubling the federal minimum wage from its current $7.25 to $15 … Read More


Hiring Picking Up Steam: Need A TALENT AUDIT!

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) 340,000 new jobs have been created during the last two months. Furthermore, anecdotally, I have noticed that many of our clients have significantly ramped up hiring in the last few months (especially technical employees such as engineers and IT professionals). … Read More


Countless Job Openings: TIME TO SHARPEN RECRUITING SKILLS!

The 171,000 increase in jobs reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) today was only the tip of the iceberg. We have noticed over the last few weeks an exponential increase in search inquiries. This has been across the board and across the country ranging from several CIO positions … Read More


Social Media: A Tool To Better Screen Candidates

Despite the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reporting recently that unemployment rate had dropped by .3% to 7.8%, there are still a lot of candidates for every open position. This is the case because, in addition to the 12.1 million unemployed reported by the BLS, there are also 8.6 million … Read More


Unemployment Drops To 7.8%, But Job Market Still Very, Very Soft: 3-PRONGED APPROACH ENERGIZES JOB HUNTING!

Though the unemployment rate dropped by .3% to 7.8%, which marked the first time in 3 ½ years it dipped below 8%, a lot more needs to be done. For example, if you total: a) Unemployed (12.1 million) b) those involuntarily working part-time (8.6 million) and c) those who have Read More