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In addition to identifying trends through our daily interactions with companies and job seekers, we conduct extensive research on hiring and employment issues. Read about our latest research, including results from our ongoing surveys of CFOs, CIOs, lawyers, advertising and marketing executives, human resources managers and senior managers.

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Feb 9, 2016
Survey Shows Some Job Seekers May Not be Ready for Their Close-Ups
Feb 4, 2016
Panelists to Discuss Salary Trends and In-Demand Positions and Skills
Feb 3, 2016
Survey: Execution Most Common Stumbling Block, Especially at Small Companies; Communication Top Success Factor
Jan 27, 2016
Compensation, Top Skills and In-Demand Positions to Be Discussed
Jan 14, 2016
86 Percent of CFOs Say It's Important to Have a Mentor, Yet Few Workers Do; More Men Than Women Have Mentors
Jan 7, 2016
54 Percent of CFOs Offering Job Candidates More Money Than the Last Boss
Jan 5, 2016
HR Managers Say Posting Negative Comments Is Most Common Deal Breaker
Dec 17, 2015
Survey Shows Recruiting Challenges Reach a Five-Year High
Dec 16, 2015
Survey Finds Balance Generally Good From Staff-Level to C-Level
Dec 16, 2015
TECH HIRING REMAINS SOLID; CINCINNATI, CHARLOTTE ANTICIPATE PARTICULARLY STRONG HIRING
Dec 10, 2015
CFOs in Chicago, Washington, D.C., and Boston Increasingly Open to Negotiating Nonmonetary Benefits
Dec 3, 2015
New Study Reveals Workers' Plans for the Final Week of the Year
Nov 23, 2015
Survey: One in Four Employees Says Performance Appraisal Process Isn't Effective
Nov 19, 2015
Nearly One in Three Employees Say They're More Efficient Before Major Holidays
Nov 18, 2015
Nearly One in Four Office Shoppers Admit to Being Caught Red-Handed by their Manager
Nov 10, 2015
Half of Execs Say PR Teams Best Suited to Oversee Social Media Activities for a Company
Nov 5, 2015
Robert Half Salary Guides Reveal Tech and Creative Jobs with Notable Salary Growth
Nov 3, 2015
Despite Misconceptions About It, Most Accountants Would Still Choose Same Career
 

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