What is a Super Zip and Why Should HR Care?

What is a super zip?   “Super Zips” — a term coined by American Enterprise Institute scholar and author Charles Murray to describe the country’s most prosperous, highly educated demographic clusters. On average, they have a median household income of $120,000, and 7 in 10 adults have college degrees.” Washington Post*   View the original Washington Post article […]

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Carnival of HR – Polar Vortex Edition

  Greetings from snow covered Richmond, Virginia. Yes that’s right; it snowed here for the second time in as many weeks.  I have to tell you I am NOT happy about this.  Mr. Remix convinced me to move here based on the fact that “it never snows in the south!” Hmpf. I’m going to have […]

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Be Afraid: Employee Layoff Fears At the Lowest Level in Five Years

Glassdoor released its Q3 Employee Confidence Survey this past Friday and the results continue to show growing employee confidence. 15% of surveyed employees are less concerned about being laid off in the next six months, this % hasn’t been recorded since Q4 2008:   On top of that employees continue to feel optimistic that if […]

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