How To Get Employees To Return To Work After The Pandemic

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Employees are showing that they simply don’t want to go back to the office. But work can’t be slowed indefinitely. How can employers get their employees back — and make sure to retain them? For employers that can, moving to a virtual or hybrid model is the best choice. For those who cannot, there may… Read more »

Supply And Demand In the Workforce – What Employers Need to Know

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It’s hard to recall a time when the job market has been more competitive or weighted towards the employee. Employees either stopped working or started working from home during COVID; many of them now don’t want to return. We are in an unprecedented situation. The demand for workers is at an all-time high and the… Read more »

Employee Retention – Everything Employers Need To Know To Keep Key Talent

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  A study by Microsoft found that 41% of the global workforce would consider leaving their current employer within the next year. Is your company set up to retain employees? Most employees leave managers, not the company itself. Are your managers empowered and qualified to grow teams? Cost of losing employees can be paralyzing to… Read more »

Current Challenges in The Employment World – Intro

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Stay tuned – we’ll soon be kicking off a 4-part vblog series that will discuss the current challenges in the employment world, from retaining current employees to recruiting challenges.  We hope you’ll check back!  

2021 Employment Outlook & Tips

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December 22, 2020 2020 is over and it is time to move forward.  Finally we have stabilization in many industries which should help employment significantly in early 2021.   Sarah and I were invited to share our thoughts and ideas on the market on the Digital Enterprise Society Career Development web series.   Attached is a link… Read more »

Breaking Glass Ceilings

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“The better communicator will be the one who gets noticed—and will be seen as a leader,” says Rosanne O’Brien ’78 at her keynote speech at the 2004 University of Redlands School of Business commencement ceremony. 2004 was a long time ago, but those words have never been truer then today.  These words came from my… Read more »

Why Hiring Veterans for Technical Positions Is A Win-Win

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Looking to hire employees? Considering hiring veterans. Veterans are highly trained professionals who often need to suddenly jump into and acclimate to the workforce. Veterans Are Disciplined and Experienced Veterans have extraordinary levels of knowledge, and they’re extremely experienced and well-trained. They can draw from their experience in IT to move from the public sector… Read more »

10 Secret Tips to Hiring the Right Employee In the Tech Industry

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Hiring in the tech industry can be a minefield. So much goes into training tech employees, and they can decide to leave at any time. How can you make sure that you get and retain the best? Here are ten top secret tips from a hiring manager. 1. Don’t be too restrictive with your initial… Read more »

GenZ Is Entering the Job Market Looking for Tech Jobs – Is Your Company Ready?

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You may have just gotten used to the millennial generation, but it’s already time to start preparing for GenZ. GenZ is an entirely unique generation, with different goals and culture. GenZ is also dominantly going into tech and tech-related industries, which leads to a lot of opportunities to get exciting new talent. GenZ is Moving Towards… Read more »

How to Attract Top Technical Talent by Building a Community Culture

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Employees want to believe in the work that they do. Many employees spend the majority of their lives at work: how they perceive that work really makes a difference. This is especially true in highly competitive fields. If you want to be able to attract the top technical talent, building a sense of community and… Read more »