The Worker Confidence Index (WCI) increased for the fifth consecutive quarter and set a new level for this study. The WCI rose 3.1 points to 107.6 in the first quarter, which is 10.9 points higher than one year ago.
In addition, two out of the four components of the WCI – likelihood of promotion and raise – rose by more than nine points, while job stability and trust in leadership slightly declined.
There is also is a dichotomy in worker confidence. Those feeling secure about their jobs are thriving, but an increasing percentage isn’t even confident they wouldn’t lose their job. The economy is also a concern.
What else does the report reveal that impacts HR? Find out by downloading the full report now:
Nearly a third of employers don’t prescreen for trouble. That’s what a new study shows about background checking.
The stakes are higher now for companies than they’ve ever been. In a tight labor market, there’s enormous pressure to hire more employees quickly; in particular, data and physical security are paramount.
There is also a lack of quantification about the impact of background screening providers. More than three-quarters of study respondents weren’t aware of any formal metrics for measuring the success of their background screening provider service.
Is HR taking background screening seriously enough? What are the key factors to consider when selecting a provider? Download the report to find out:
- How organizations can address the high and growing cost of unfilled healthcare jobs
- What healthcare HR teams can do to enhance their talent acquisition model
- Why it is imperative that healthcare organizations adequately invest in recruiting
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