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Labor Markets Center Publications

2018

  1. Labor Markets Center Newsletter - October 2018

    October 2018 | Newsletter

    Employers should consider what’s within their control to shape employee job satisfaction

  2. Labor Markets Center Newsletter - September 2018

    September 2018 | Newsletter

    When workers are in short supply, job satisfaction is higher.

  3. Job Satisfaction 2018: A Tighter Labor Market Leads to Higher Job Satisfaction

    August 2018 | Research Report

    US employees reported improved job satisfaction for the seventh year in a row—particularly with job security and wages—as the labor market continues to tighten.

  4. Job Satisfaction 2018: A Tighter Labor Market Leads to Higher Job Satisfaction (Chartbook)

    August 2018 | Research Report

    This companion to the full report includes an expanded selection of charts detailing the various components of job satisfaction tracked by this annual survey.

  5. Job Satisfaction 2018: A Tighter Labor Market Leads to Higher Job Satisfaction (Executive Summary)

    August 2018 | Research Report

    US employees reported improved job satisfaction for the seventh year in a row—particularly with job security and wages—as the labor market continues to tighten.

  6. Employee Engagement Center Newsletter - August 2018

    August 2018 | Newsletter

    Tightening labor markets are having a strong impact on recruiting, retention, and labor costs—and employers are already reacting to the crunch in a variety of novel ways

  7. Labor Markets Center Newsletter

    July 2018 | Newsletter

    Businesses are now more likely than ever to invest in automation to relieve labor shortages and contain labor costs

  8. Labor Markets Center Newsletter

    June 2018 | Newsletter

    As the labor market tightens further, companies that don’t give their employees raises will increasingly experience higher employee turnover, lower success in recruiting, and less worker satisfaction

  9. C-Suite Challenge™ 2018: Latin America Edition

    May 2018 | Key Business Issues

    For CEOs in Latin America and around the globe, fears of global recession have receded. But tight labor markets have intensified talent concerns, and organizations are rethinking the future workforce.

  10. Labor Markets Center Newsletter

    May 2018 | Newsletter

    As the labor market further tightens, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to recruit and retain qualified workers