With every advance in automation and artificial intelligence, the American workplace changes. While changing employment demands are obvious in information technology, they are no less pronounced in energy, health care, manufacturing, and other sectors that have long relied on manual labor.
For most U.S. businesses, employee churn creates a costly challenge. Employers can spend 16-20% of an individual’s yearly salary to hire and train entry-level employees, and as much as 50% or more in specialized sectors.
As the year comes to a close, we want to thank all of the contributors and readers of our blog and take a look back at some of the posts you found most valuable. Here are the five most read blog posts in 2016.
It’s time we peeled back the curtain on the forces shaping the global landscape. Drawing on a wealth of data gathered by experts, we can draw from the charts presented here key lessons for plotting America’s role in this new order.
Four students from the Robert H. Smith School of Business emerge from 34 contestants representing 12 MBA programs.