Category Archives: Job Market

Omaha Nebraska city skyline in front of lake, reflects a good experience with state employment differences

State Employment Differences Amplified by COVID-19

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State Employment Differences Amplified by COVID-19 Across the U.S., state employment differences are often reflective of a variety of factors. Some of these factors are broad in scope, and others may be distinctly local. For example, components that may influence the growth or decline of…

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Administration Limiting Immigration Visas due to High U.S. Unemployment Levels

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Administration Limiting Immigration Visas due to High U.S. Unemployment Levels The Trump administration will be limiting immigration visas in order to protect U.S. workers suffering from job losses during the COVID-19 pandemic. The order also bars groups of foreign workers. Several types of visas fall…

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Immigration Application Fees May Increase to Cover USCIS Anticipated Shortfall

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Immigration Application Fees May Increase to Cover USCIS Anticipated Shortfall U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is requesting to have a 10% surcharge added to immigration application fees. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, USCIS is experiencing a large decline in revenue from processing…

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Sanitation and Cleanliness in Relocation: Rising to the Challenge

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Sanitation and Cleanliness in Relocation: Rising to the Challenge Many GMS clients are looking at how they can successfully transition their workforce back to an office or facility location that meets new requirements for sanitation. The original move to a “work from home” environment may…

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Virtual Career Opportunities: Rising to the New Challenge

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Virtual Career Opportunities: Rising to the New Challenge Many GMS clients are currently seeking employees for virtual career opportunities. As the world responds to the COVID-19 global pandemic, thousands of employers need to hire additional staff. Often this need may be driven by rapidly changing…

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