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In April this year, employers added 428,000 jobs, while the unemployment rate remained steady at 3.6% – matching its lowest level since the start of the pandemic. While the economy… Read more

The last few years have seen a significant rise in the adoption of remote operations. Even with the necessity for distancing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic subsiding, many… Read more

There’s been an increased focus on diversity, equity and inclusion over the last few years and for a good reason – DEI initiatives have proven benefits. Benefits that impact people… Read more

While much of the discussion around text recruiting focuses on pre-hire, what happens after that? It’s well-established that employees have networks, personal and professional, chock full of folks with similar… Read more

Employees are less-than-thrilled with technology their organization provides for them to work with, a notable speed bump on the way to remote and hybrid work. Among the biggest challenges that… Read more

June, Pride Month, may just be the time to (re)evaluate how inclusive your workplace is for members of the LGBTQIA+ community. With over 20 million people in the US openly… Read more

The corporate landscape for learning and development is changing rapidly. It’s more important than ever, of course. There’s an unprecedented level of change in the world around us as technologies… Read more

Labor shortages have been a top challenge for employers across sectors over the past two years and this trend does not appear to be slowing down. The recent Career Optimism… Read more

My first day at Guild started out wildly different than I planned. There was no HR orientation or welcome lunch — just a nervously typed email that I had been drafting… Read more

Recruiters are in higher demand than ever before with the Great Resignation continuously roiling today’s talent market. Along with all the job openings and talent shortages, recent research shows that… Read more

The Great Resignation should be called the Great Labor Churn because this employment scramble is a serious challenge for hiring managers. However, the silver lining is that it also represents… Read more

Age should be considered during the hiring process, but it shouldn’t ever be why someone is disqualified from a job opportunity, mistreated at work or unsupported. Unfortunately, many hiring managers… Read more

As we commemorate National Employee Benefits Day, I’d like to share a benefit that is so simple in implementation, yet can have profound effects on your employees: on-demand pay. The… Read more

Proximity bias happens when individuals favor or give preferential treatment to people who are physically closest to them—such as those who come into the office when other colleagues are hybrid… Read more

Glassdoor can be a daunting prospect for many people and talent leaders. One bad review can quickly tarnish a prospective candidate’s perception of your brand and deter them from applying… Read more

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