Is Your Future Talent Hidden in Plain Sight?

Is Your Future Talent Hidden in Plain Sight?

There are 28 million hidden workers according to the Harvard Business Project on Managing the Future of Work. Adrienne Selko APR 05, 2021 If you are like me, you struggle with understanding how so many jobs are going unfilled, and yet there are so many people out of work. Joseph Fuller, who is a co-chairRead More
US Manufacturing Sector Index Races to 37-year High in March: ISM

US Manufacturing Sector Index Races to 37-year High in March: ISM

BY REUTERS   April 1, 2021 Updated: April 1, 2021   WASHINGTON—A measure of U.S. manufacturing activity soared to its highest level in more than 37 years in March, driven by strong growth in new orders, the clearest sign yet that a much anticipated economic boom was probably underway. The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) said on Thursday itsRead More
New US Jobless Claims Drop Below 700,000, 1st Time Since Pandemic: Gov’t

New US Jobless Claims Drop Below 700,000, 1st Time Since Pandemic: Gov’t

The drop of 97,000 from the prior's week's upwardly revised figure was much better than analysts forecast. Agence France-Presse MAR 25, 2021 New filings for regular unemployment benefits in the United States dropped to 684,000 last week, the government said Thursday, their first reading below 700,000 since the pandemic sparked mass layoffs. The drop ofRead More
Manufacturing in February: Rapid Growth Checked by Supply Hurdles

Manufacturing in February: Rapid Growth Checked by Supply Hurdles

According to the ISM, U.S. industry is still bedeviled by supply inconsistencies despite growing production and demand. Data from the Institute for Supply Management show that the manufacturing sector grew in February at a faster rate than it had in January. The ISM’s Purchasing Manager’s Index hit 60.8, 2.1 points higher than January’s 58.7. ARead More
January Manufacturing Sustains Growth, Supply Difficulties

January Manufacturing Sustains Growth, Supply Difficulties

The Industry for Supply Management’s manufacturing index fell to 58.7%. Ryan Secard FEB 02, 2021 The manufacturing sector continued growing for an eighth straight month in January as the Institute for Supply Management’s Purchasing Manager’s Index for sector growth fell 1.8 points to 58.7% compared to December. The overall economy also grew, sustaining a parallelRead More
Bah Humbug on the ‘Doom and Gloomers’

Bah Humbug on the ‘Doom and Gloomers’

Posted by Alan Beaulieu on Dec 23, 2020 10:40:23 AM Here Are Two Reasons Why The headlines trumpeted that Retail Sales fell in November, a move that many did not see coming. For the record, Retail Sales are on track with our forecast. The concern raised by others regarding November’s drop is that consumers have pulled back,Read More