The Kronos Retail Labor Index edged down one-tenth to 4.2% in July, reflecting declines in both hires and applications.
The Kronos Retail Labor Index edged up to 4.2% in June from a reading of 4.1% in May.
The Retail Labor Index released by Kronos Inc. indicated that applications for retail jobs are waning.
A report released by Kronos Inc. showed that hiring conditions among retailers are tightening, suggesting an improvement in the industry.
A report released Thursday by Kronos Inc. found that hiring in the retail sector continues to make marked improvements.
The Kronos Retail Labor Index edged down to 3.8% in October 2011, following an upwardly revised 4.2% for September, which was the first reading above 4% since October 2008.
Kronos announced that Bi-Lo has renewed its contract for Kronos’ selection and hiring solution.
Retail hiring is on the rise, according to the May report of the Kronos Retail Labor Index, a family of metrics and indices that analyze the relationship between the demand and supply sides of the labor market within the U.S. retail sector.
A report released by workforce management solution-provider Kronos found that holiday hiring levels are lagging...