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  • Bootcamps Could Be Your Solution to the Talent Shortage June 16, 2021
    The pandemic has caused significant shifts in the workforce, driving a growing skills gap.  According to a recent report by McKinsey Company, before the onset of the pandemic, it was estimated that 7.9 percent of US workers would need to transition to new occupations due to job loss. Now, McKinsey estimates 10.1 percent of American […]
  • Being More Than Diverse: How to Be Inclusive of Immigrant Hires in the Workplace June 14, 2021
    Many businesses aim to be diverse employers, but are they inclusive? It's important to practice both diversity and inclusion in order to help your employees thrive in your workplace. Diversity is a fact; inclusion is a practice. Diversity refers to the makeup of one's workforce, the variety of identities, backgrounds, and experiences that every employee […]
  • Young Professionals: 10 Things to Include in Your 5-Year Plan June 14, 2021
    Welcome to Recruiter QA, where we pose employment-related questions to the experts and share their answers! Today's Question: What is one thing that every young professional's five-year plan should include, and why? These answers are provided by Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only ...
  • Learning to Trust Your Remote Employees: 7 Routines That Help June 11, 2021
    Let's face it: COVID-19 has changed the relationship between offices and knowledge workers forever. Companies that think they're going to force employees to revert to pre-pandemic work arrangements really need to think again. Of course, an employer can choose to be heavy-handed and reinstate mandatory office attendance — but those that do will experience a […]
  • 7 Tips for Dealing With Uncertainty June 11, 2021
    Article by Blush Life Coaching If this year has taught us anything, it's that uncertainty is a b----. Although we may see the light at the end of the tunnel now that vaccines are accessible to many, it's going to take a while to shake off the trauma of 2020. Between our health and safety […]
  • How to Build a Great Virtual Team, According to Behavioral Science June 11, 2021
    In-person interactions are a critical aspect of team-building, yet face-to-face contact is one thing that today's virtual workplaces simply cannot replicate. The lack of these interactions has a direct impact on team cohesion at both the individual team and companywide levels. As a result, organizational structures are changing from traditionally hierarchical models to looser and […]
  • 5 Unexpected Ways Interview Scheduling Software Saves You Time June 10, 2021
    According to recruiters, interview scheduling is the most time-consuming aspect of the recruiting process. In fact, two in three recruiters say it can take up to two hours to schedule just one interview. Jumping between calendars, emails, spreadsheets, resumes, and post-it notes can make for a lengthy — and inefficient — hiring process. ...
  • Build High-Performing Teams by Hiring, Empowering, and Developing Employees June 9, 2021
    When companies attempt to build high-performing workforces, they often rely on antiquated measures of assessment and development that put them at a severe disadvantage in an increasingly complex and hyper-competitive global economy. Human capital has never been more indispensable, but many hiring managers and HR professionals aren't leveraging the resources at their disposal to build […]
  • The Office Isn't Dead, but It Must Be Reborn June 9, 2021
    Over the last 18 months, the way we work has changed almost beyond recognition. We have gone from spending eight hours a day in an office to answering emails in bed — and many have found the latter suits them better than the former. Now that the world is reopening, many workers have little desire to […]
  • Employee Retention in the Post-Pandemic World: Health and Safety Come First June 8, 2021
    After more than a year of soaring unemployment rates, America is ready to get back to work. As COVID-19 cases continue to dwindle throughout the country, companies are eager to welcome staff back to the office. However, things aren't necessarily going according to plan. In what has been called "the turnover tsunami," companies are bracing […]