SaaS support: The 5 factors of an effective team.

We’ve all been there. Waiting on hold for what feels like a century, only to hear the robotic pre-recorded voice repeating those soul-crushing words: Thank you for waiting, a customer representative will be with you shortly. Cue the chirpy piano office music.  Or worse. You’ve been on hold for almost two hours only to hear … Read moreThis article is was first produced on © 2019

November Signals a Slowdown in U.S. Hiring and Job Growth

Holmdel, NJ, Dec. 03, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — As 2019 comes to an end, U.S. employers slowed their hiring activity and opened fewer new jobs in November, according to iCIMS’ Monthly Hiring Indicator (MHI). Before seasonal adjustments, new hires declined 14.2% and new job openings declined 14.1% – their largest monthly declines since at least 2015. After seasonal adjustments, the decline in hiring and job openings were 0.1% and 0.6%, respectively. Lower demand for workers was evident across industries, but particularly in retail trade.