Ungated Post | 23 Jun 2020

COVID-19 Business Index: A bi-weekly report on the state of business in the US – Cycle Four

SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) and Oxford Economics are partnering to help business and government leaders better understand the impact of the novel coronavirus on the US workforce and business operations by surveying employers. The latest snapshot provides insight into the dynamics of state re-openings on employment in the United States.

The latest COVID-19 Business Index released by SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) and Oxford Economics suggests that a split narrative is emerging regarding the state of the US labor market. Strong hiring is expected to be reported among most sectors over the summer months but persistently high unemployment and labor market weakness will characterise the overall labor market.

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