The Year in Labor is nGROUP’s look at the world of labor-intensive operations in 2022. We’ll look at what happened this year, why it happened, and what we might see as a result in 2023.
Despite six(!) rate hikes in 2022, the highest inflation in 40 years just won’t take a hint. (Note: The last time rates were hiked this frequently was in 2005–the thick of the U.S. housing boom that led to the Great Recession.)
Check out this article to read what is going on in the labor market this month. We’ll tackle questions like…Are we returning “back to normal?” How is automation playing out in the supply chain?
Remember 2019? When the general public didn’t really know what a supply chain is? When finding people to run those supply chains may not have been easy, but at least it didn’t feel impossible? What a difference three years can make. After one game-changing disruption after another, remembering “normal” can be difficult. Though not nearly…
If the new and ongoing disruptions of Q1 left you more uncertain than ever, you’re not alone.
Welcome to “This Month in Labor”, nGROUP’s look at all things labor, employment, and supply chain. This month, we’re examining the most recent federal jobs report, peering ahead into the future of recruiting, and examining evidence that the worst of the supply chain woes might be behind us.
This Month in Labor is nGROUP’s look around the world of labor-intensive operations, trends, changes, and news. This month, we’re continuing to watch as the American economy slowly claws its way back to pre-pandemic levels, albeit with a very different look.
Welcome to This Month in Labor, nGROUP’s ongoing series that keeps track of the latest news and trends in the US labor market. For October 2021, we’re keeping our eyes on the still-volatile employment numbers, taking a closer look at why labor remains so scarce, and imagining the supply chain workforce of the future.
Welcome to “This Month in Labor,” nGROUP’s survey of the latest news and trends in the US labor market.