The Houston Business Journal just ranked us one of the fastest growing companies in Houston! Last month was largest direct hire. This month is fastest growing. We have one of the best teams in staffing and some of the greatest clients. Thanks to all for your support! More to come.
Stay up to date on industry news, trends and more to help you stay informed in your current job search.
Texas three remain strong. According to the Texas Workforce Commission, Austin, Dallas and Houston all experienced solid employment numbers for May. Austin recorded an unemployment rate of 2.9%. Dallas recorded an unemployment rate of 3.4% (Dallas / Plano – 3.4% Fort Worth / Arlington 3.7%). Houston recorded 4.8%. Overall Texas added 171,800 jobs and overall unemployment remained unchanged …
A jury found Thursday that Android doesn’t violate Oracle’s copyrights. In a narrow ruling he court held that the use of the Java APIs, which it acquired when it bought Sun, were covered by fair use.
The Department of Labor recently released new guidelines for computer workers. For most computer workers, the overtime guidelines did not really change that much. Here are the guidelines. A computer worker can be exempted from being paid for overtime under the following Scenarios:
On May 18, 2016, President Obama and Secretary Perez announced the publication of the Department of Labor’s final rule updating the overtime regulations, which will automatically extend overtime pay protections to over 4 million workers within the first year of implementation. This long-awaited update will result in a meaningful boost to many workers’ wallets, and …
Texas added 9100 private sector jobs in April according to ADP, however energy still lost 6900 jobs. The strongest sectors were Professional and Business Services which added 4700 jobs.
Employment Situation Summary Transmission of material in this release is embargoed until USDL-16-0882 8:30 a.m. (EDT) Friday, May 6, 2016
The cost of an employee increased for the month of may to 39% of their salary according to the Bureau of Labor Statists. Read More Here.
Total employment change in non farm payrolls shows Texas employment lost 2040 jobs for the month of March according to ADP report