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In addition to identifying trends through our daily interactions with companies and job seekers, we conduct extensive research on hiring and employment issues. Read about our latest research, including results from our ongoing surveys of senior executives.

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2016 Archives
Nov 17, 2016
Research Reveals Most Common, Favorite Perks for Managing Personal Lives, Careers and Wellness
Oct 27, 2016
Comprehensive Study of More Than 12,000 U.S. and Canadian Workers Reveals the Happiest and Unhappiest by Field, Gender, Company Size and Other Factors
Oct 20, 2016
Survey: More Than Eight in 10 Employees Have Gone to the Office When Ill
Sep 21, 2016
7 Tips for Landing Year-End or Seasonal Jobs
Aug 30, 2016
Average Starting Salaries To Rise 3.6 Percent In 2017, According To Robert Half Research
Aug 16, 2016
More Than One-Third of Managers Annoyed When Job Seekers Get Help from Helicopter Parents
Aug 11, 2016
New Worker Survey: Most Frustrating Part of Job Search is Long Wait to Hear Status; Nearly One-Quarter of Workers Lose Interest Within One Week of Initial Interview
Jul 7, 2016
Recent Graduates: Ready for Your First Big Career Move?
Jul 6, 2016
Survey: Managers and Workers Have Mixed Emotions About Emojis and Emoticons
Jun 1, 2016
Half of Managers Say Employee Attire Is Less Formal Than Five Years Ago
Apr 20, 2016
Survey Reveals Most Employees Want to Work with Pam from 'The Office'
Mar 29, 2016
Survey Shows Majority of Companies Act on Feedback from Departing Employees
Mar 2, 2016
Most Managers Neutral on Impact of March Madness Activities on Employee Morale, Productivity
Feb 25, 2016
New Robert Half Career City Index Ranks 25 Metropolitan Areas With Seattle, Boston and San Francisco Topping the List; Separate Poll Shows Workers' Willingness to Relocate
Jan 27, 2016
Compensation, Top Skills and In-Demand Positions to Be Discussed
Jan 5, 2016
HR Managers Say Posting Negative Comments Is Most Common Deal Breaker
 

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