Trouble filling a job? Look at hiring someone with a criminal record, HR pro says
‘Generous’ welfare programs exacerbate worker shortage: Report
FOX Business’ Hillary Vaughn reports on a new study that found existing unemployment benefits helped fuel a labor downturn.
The tight labor market is fueling a renewed push for U.S. companies to loosen their rules about hiring and consider more applicants with criminal records to fill open positions.
While an increasing number of companies say they are receptive to the idea, many still have major reservations. And that is something the world's largest human resources organization wants to change.