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Falling Economic Confidence Now Affecting Hiring Decisions, Says Survey

More than a third (35 percent) of employers intending to hire temporary workers expressed concerns over the availability of agency workers with the required skills—with the construction sector expecting the largest crunch in this area—while almost half (47 percent) of employers said they were using agency staff to manage uncertainty. To read the full article in People Management, click: Falling Economic Con ...

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Get an Edge in Recruiting

Intense Competition for Skilled Candidates is Creating a Need for More Efficient Hiring Practices There may never be a better time for organizations to carefully scrutinize their hiring processes to make sure they are optimized for delivering the best hires.  Ken Tysiac, CGMA Magazine, explains that the global job market is tilted towards candidates right now, and many candidates are not eager to wait long ...

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Hiring Lessons from the Company Adding More Than 15,000 Employees in One Year

EY looks to hire 15,200 employees by July 1, and that effort includes the use of candidate-relationship software to interact even before the application is finalized.  After a hire is made, the company uses a digital learning software for onboarding. To read the full article in Fast Company, click: Hiring Lessons from the Company Adding More Than 15,000 Employees in One Year. ...

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Promote Opportunity

How to Hire, Train, and Retain the Best Employees Training leaders means developing a partnership between the employer and employees. This commitment takes time and involves both bottom line and business metrics, as well as behavioral and team building skills. The issues related to soft skills, such as behavioral and team building skills are explored in depth in Mike Gregory’s book, The Servant Manager, 203 ...

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Tips on Finding Board Members for Family Businesses

Choosing Board Members for a Family Business Can be a Delicate Process, but with Proper Due Diligence, a Perfect Fit Can be Achieved. Mario Vicari and Tyler Ridgeway cover some of the key points in choosing board members for a family business, covering topics from how a board should be structured, how board members should be qualified and compensated, and what work should be expected from them. ...

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