Ensuring workplace diversity isn’t just the right thing to do – it’s good for your bottom line. Companies with a diverse workforce are seen as a more desirable employer, outperform their competitors and achieve greater profits. We respect your privacy, by clicking ‘Watch On Demand’ you agree to receive our e-newsletter, including information on Podcasts,
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Recruiting today’s best and brightest is becoming a more convoluted and difficult process than ever before. These strategies will help recruiters find the right candidates when and where they are in today’s competitive marketplace.  The recruitment industry constantly races forward. Pre-1950s, recruitment was largely limited to friends and family, or people who wandered into a
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Recruiting is constantly evolving and companies need to reevaluate the value they put on talent and technology. Founded in 1946 in Troy, Michigan, Kelly Services pioneered the concept of ‘temp workers’ when they began connecting growing companies with readily available office employees in the post-war economic boom. Today, as one of the largest staffing firms
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Recruiting operations are mission-critical to enterprises searching for top talent, yet the majority of hiring teams continue working with legacy systems that fail to deliver ROI.  Modern businesses are under continuous pressure to remain competitive in today’s economy, with an increasing focus on adopting technologies that enable agility and strategic thinking. In fact, digital transformation
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Retaining highly skilled tech workers is a huge challenge for recruiters in this tech-driven ultra-competitive era of recruiting. In order to do so, there are a few key insights recruiters should be aware of. Attracting and hiring STEM workers is anything but easy in today’s recruiting climate. And with employers constantly battling each other for
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There are many methods and approaches companies can take when screening new hires. Major consultancy firms like Deloitte refine the process through psychometric testing, which provides valuable insight into a candidate’s personality. A company is only as strong as the team that drives it forward. One underperforming member can negatively affect even the most efficient
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Posted by Bill Latshaw, Matthew Shannon on April 30, 2020. During times of crisis, long-term planning for future leadership development may seem like a distant thought; however, developing a leadership strategy is still crucial, even while prioritizing immediate needs for business survival. As organizations move through the three stages of crisis management1 —respond, recover, thrive—some
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Posted by Julie Duda, Peter DeBellis,on May 4, 2020. With the advent of COVID-19, people are seeking the insight of their peers now more than ever. These interactions allow leaders to rise above the details of their own role to a broader view of the current challenges. They also afford something less tangible but no less
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​Google is making headlines this week with some employees claiming that it has significantly rolled back its internal diversity and inclusion (D&I) initiatives to avoid backlash from conservatives. It’s the latest of several D&I-related controversies to rock the tech giant in recent years. Google fired engineer James Damore in 2017 after he wrote a lengthy, controversial memo
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You’ve gone through an extensive recruitment process, identified the right candidate and made an offer that has been accepted. It’s now the employee’s first day and it’s time to start the onboarding process, with one small deviation from your normal routine. There will be no handshake introductions, facility tours or stopping by their desk to
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​The idea of coronavirus “immunity certificates” has figured into conversations among government officials and corporate leaders around the world looking for ways to safely reopen businesses and restart economies amid the lethal pandemic. While the concept may sound simple enough—issue certificates or “passports” to people whose blood tests positive for coronavirus antibodies, thus allowing them
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In a competitive job market, it may seem like a challenge for small businesses to compete for top talent, but it might not be as difficult as once previously thought. Smaller companies often have a lot to offer that big businesses do not. The Wall Street Journal states, “Small companies often offer more flexibility, more job diversity, and
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