March Job Numbers: 3 data points to consider as you develop your Talent Strategy

There have been some interesting job data released over the last week indicating the challenging talent market is improving despite signs the economy is heading toward a tumultuous year. Here are three data points to consider as you develop your Talent Strategy for the remaining months of 2022. Continue reading March Job Numbers: 3 data points to consider as you develop your Talent Strategy

The Problem with Interviewing-Learning from the series “Inventing Anna” on Netflix

A month after its premiere earlier this year, ‘Inventing Anna’ — the story of how Anna Sorokin deceived and defrauded major financial institutions in New York — continued to rank in the top 10 on Netflix. It’s one of the many “somewhat” true documentaries that have taken over the top 10 list across platforms. As … Continue reading The Problem with Interviewing-Learning from the series “Inventing Anna” on Netflix

Competing for Tech Talent? Try this to open your pool of candidates!

If the job market had a “Most Wanted” poster, it would most likely have the picture of someone with skills in technology, software development or data analytics. Companies are desperate for these highly desirable skill sets and are competing with top dollar to attract and retain such talent in their organizations.  Continue reading Competing for Tech Talent? Try this to open your pool of candidates!

Here’s why you “Re-Recruit” Employees Who’ve Left – #Boomerang

The insanity in recruiting is being fueled by the mass exodus known as the Great Resignation or Great Reshuffle or whatever its name is this week. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 4.3 million people voluntarily quit their jobs in December 2021, slightly below a record high in November 2021. The … Continue reading Here’s why you “Re-Recruit” Employees Who’ve Left – #Boomerang