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Corporate America is leveraging a new form of experiential learning called the remote externship to attract, engage and assess Gen Z talent in more scalable ways – and talent acquisition… Read more

For hiring companies, the rules of engagement have changed. Compensation and benefits are not the only or most important cornerstones to successfully recruit new graduates. Potential employers are now being… Read more

As COVID restrictions eased around the world, many business and HR leaders assumed interest in international mobility would remain low. But in fact, the opposite seems to be true—global mobility… Read more

New hires go through a sort of funnel when they enter a company. Each stage of this funnel affects a number of important outcomes: whether a person stays in the… Read more

A structural gap in the labor supply has formed in the market because not enough traditional employees are available to fill job openings, according to McKinsey. Even when employers are… Read more

Social media is no longer just a bunch of platforms where people post selfies of their summer vacations. The vast ecosystem of over 4.6 billion social media users across the… Read more

As labor markets remain relentlessly competitive and economic pressures like soaring inflation show little sign of abating, it’s crucial for companies to be capable of attracting and retaining talent. HR… Read more

According to NACE’s Job Outlook 2022 Spring Update survey, employers reported that they plan to hire almost one-third (31.6%) more new college graduates from the Class of 2022 than they hired… Read more

There’s no doubt employers and HR leaders are facing unprecedented challenges in retaining and hiring top talent. Each month seems to bring more sobering statistics on the labor and employment… Read more

The top reason that candidates “ghost,” or drop out of an employer’s hiring process, is because the job or company have lost their allure. That’s one of the dangers of… Read more

Employee burnout is becoming increasingly pervasive across workplaces, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic. Employees of all ages reported increased rates of burnout in February 2021 compared to February 2020. Deloitte’s… Read more

The tech industry’s long-standing diversity problem is no secret, especially when it comes to engineering. Despite the recent focus on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives, tech companies still have… Read more

According to a 2022 Willis Towers Watson survey, 44% of U.S. employees currently identify as job seekers. The study, which polled more than 9,650 employees from large to mid size… Read more

Each employee you hire has the potential to be a committed and innovative member of your organization. It’s only natural that you want to recruit not just the most skilled… Read more

Workday’s fiscal results surged in 2023’s first quarter, which ended April 30, 2022. Fiscal first quarter total revenues of $1.43 billion were up 22.1% year over year. Subscription revenues were… Read more

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