Great Resignation


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Three-quarters of hiring managers expect hiring to remain a challenge for the rest of 2022, while 84% are experiencing burnout because of the difficult job market. In addition, the Greenhouse… Read more

It’s not only rank and file employees who are keeping an eye on the door. A number of senior executives plan to leave their jobs at some point during the… Read more

Hired said it’s expanding its recruiting platform to align with employers’ needs in a world of increasing remote work. It aims to help organizations find talent “from anywhere” and assist… Read more

More office workers are willing to call it quits and move into new jobs that offer flexible work arrangements. That widespread feeling is a driving force behind the Great Resignation…. Read more

Business leaders are devoting more time and energy to issues surrounding people and improving the talent experience as a way to address labor shortages. Some 84% of business leaders say… Read more

The Great Resignation made it clear that employees are not leaving because an opportunity elsewhere is better, but because they want more fulfillment from their jobs. Here are 10 employee retention strategies to help keep people on board.

Fed up with the state of hiring and looking for a clear path through the wreckage? Watch this open discussion and Q&A with William Tincup and Naveen Miglani. You’ll walk away with at least 5 things you should know for Recruiting and Retention success in 2022.

Fed up with the state of hiring and looking for a clear path through the wreckage? Join this open discussion and Q&A with William Tincup and Naveen Miglani. You’ll walk away with at least 5 things you should know for Recruiting and Retention success in 2022.

The War for Talent

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“Hence to fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme excellence; supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy’s resistance without fighting.” ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War… Read more

The Great Resignation: What Happens Next?

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Shally Steckerl presents a straight-forward action plan on how to manage a candidate shortage, craft and protect your employment brand, and provide a stellar candidate experience that attracts quality talent in wake of the Great Resignation.

Nearly a third of American employees, or 31.4%, voluntarily left their jobs during the past year, according to iHire’s 2021 Talent Retention Report. Behind their moves: career changes, unsatisfactory pay,… Read more

Shally Steckerl will present a straight-forward action plan on how to manage a candidate shortage, craft and protect your employment brand, and provide a stellar candidate experience that attracts quality talent in wake of the Great Resignation.

More than a year and a half into the COVID-19 pandemic, as a society, we’ve collectively learned a lot of lessons. People will panic buy toilet paper. Dining al fresco… Read more

A number of employees stayed in their jobs throughout 2020 even though they weren’t thrilled with their situation, with 6 million fewer departures occurring than did in 2019. But things… Read more

When we talk about the progression of COVID-19, we often talk in terms of waves. The first wave, the second wave and so on. Parallel to this thinking, we’ve seen… Read more

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