Among the myriad of pandemic challenges, the job market continues to swell, putting companies in fierce competition as they recruit talent. By offering competitive salaries as well as benefits like flexible and remote work, recruiters can get ahead, though they often overlook the advantages of other financial benefits, like paying in the way that works best for employees and enabling workers to earn financial rewards on top of their income.
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Q1 2023 State of Spend
COVID’s long-term impact on consumer spending As the world recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, some pandemic lifestyle changes like mask-wearing in the U.S. remain common. America’s spending habits, however, are starting to return to pre-pandemic trends. After two years of disruption, we took a look back at COVID’s long-term impact and made it the focus […]
Social activities fuel consumer spending in Q1
Social activities fuel consumer spending in Q1 Social activities, especially travel and dining, topped the list of consumer spending for Q1, during an otherwise difficult quarter. Overall, consumer spending grew by just 1% year-over-year, continuing the trend of total lower growth in spending over each of the last five quarters. Not surprisingly, many categories saw […]
Travel industry bucks trend to show increased spend in first quarter
The travel industry has shaken off stagnation, showing growth in the first three months of this year according to new data from digital advertising platform, Cardlytics.