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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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2017 Archives
May 25, 2017
Six in 10 Creative Executives Say Open Salary Policies Dampen Employee Spirits
May 24, 2017
Survey: More Than Half of Professionals Don't Disconnect from Work During Vacation
May 22, 2017
Employees Want Flexible Schedules and Summer Fridays, But Fewer Companies Offer Them
May 18, 2017
Survey Shows More Tech Executives See Their Roles as Primarily Strategic
May 17, 2017
Survey: More Than 4 in 10 Workers Considering Quitting; Executives Don't Recognize Why
May 11, 2017
Survey: Firms Nearly 3 Times Likelier to Increase Than Decrease Training Budgets
May 9, 2017
Not Meeting All Job Requirements, Negotiation, Rejection Among Top Concerns; Recruiting Expert Gives Tips
May 8, 2017
Nearly 500 Corporate Services Employees Scheduled to Participate
May 3, 2017
Robert Half's Resumania™ Shows the Dangers of Leaving Resume Readers Guessing
May 2, 2017
Survey Reveals Who Gives the Worst Career Advice: Friends and Parents Top the List
Apr 24, 2017
FERF, Robert Half Study Identifies Key Trends in Finance and Accounting
Apr 19, 2017
Survey: More Than 6 in 10 CFOs Aspire to CEO Role at Their Company
Apr 18, 2017
Majority of Companies Offer Workplace Flexibility Programs
Apr 13, 2017
Survey Also Suggests CIOs Appreciate Non-IT Backgrounds
Mar 28, 2017
Survey Says a Sense of Humor is an Important Part of Company Culture
Mar 23, 2017
More Than Half of Managers Are Annoyed by Untidy Workspaces
Mar 22, 2017
Survey: 8 in 10 Firms Yet to Begin Process of Adopting New Standard
Mar 21, 2017
Nearly Two-Thirds Report Problems With Their Hiring Process; Eight in 10 Have Made a Bad Hire
Mar 16, 2017
Tech Execs More Likely to be Early Adopters than Their Creative Counterparts

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