Northwestern University – Using Skills To Define and Measure Job Demand

Posted on Posted in Labor Market Insights, Salary Analysis, Talent Analytics   We’re very proud to support this work from Northwestern University, which examines labor market demand through the lens of skills instead of traditional job definitions.  Using the Greenwich.HR labor market data platform, the Northwestern team established a new framework for labor demand.  The results set us down the path of developing a completely […]

Greenwich.HR Selected Among Top 25 HR Technology Solution Providers for 2019

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Outstanding recognition by CIO Applications magazine, which selected Greenwich.HR to be included in their Top 25 HR Technology Solution Providers for 2019. Thanks to our clients and partners who helped make this recognition possible, and congratulations to the Greenwich.HR team!   See the entire article here:

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APAC Business magazine chooses Greenwich.HR as leading global provider of labor market intelligence

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We are pleased to be recognized by APAC Business magazine to be included among their 2019 ‘Tech Exclusive’ winners.  This is excellent recognition of Greenwich.HR’s growing international presence as a leading source of real-time labor market intelligence.   Greenwich.HR already is the largest provider of real-time intelligence on the job market, tracking intelligence on 5 […]

HR Tech Outlook Magazine Selects Greenwich.HR Among Top 10 Analytics Providers

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  We’re thrilled that HR Tech Outlook has chosen Greenwich.HR among the Top 10 HR Analytics Providers for 2018.  Greenwich.HR was selected by HR Tech Outlook’s panel of CHRO’s, CIO’s, CTO’s, VC’s for analytics excellence and helping drive digital transformation.  You can read more in HR Tech Outlook’s review at this link.      

WallStreetJournal: Young People Don’t Want Construction Jobs. That’s a Problem for the Housing Market.

Posted on Posted in Construction Jobs, Labor Market Insights, Talent Analytics

Excellent collaboration with our economist partner Issi Romem at BuildZoom, who produced the research for this Wall Street Journal article.  Real-time labor market intelligence helps companies understand what’s really going on in the market for talent.   Link To Original Article