Which BEST describes the current overall labor situation in your geographic area? Are qualified people:?
How has the labor situation in your area changed since the beginning of the year? Are employees now:?
Do you think the labor market situation in your area will ease, tighten, or stay about the same throughout the remainder of the year?
(impact of easing labor market) Are you more selective in the people hired?
(impact of easing labor market) Where have you raised your selectivity most?
(impact of easing labor market) Are you waiting longer to fill openings?
(impact of easing labor market) Is there not as much pressure to meet employee or potential employee demands?
(impact of easing labor market) Is employee turnover falling?
(impact of easing labor market) Can you now hire people with skills you previously couldn’t?
Which BEST describes the reason that you have not been looking for people to hire?
Volume 1, Issue 1, 2001
ISSN - 1534-8326
William J. Dennis, Jr.
NFIB Research Foundation
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