According to experts, the number of adults with ADHD is between 4% and 5%. Although we can’t say for sure if those numbers are among the workforce, it is likely you have employees with ADHD – and if you don’t, you will. ADHD is one of those things that is vastly misunderstood and poorly […]
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Guest: Annie Lin, VP of People, Lever Evaluating soft skills has always been a challenge, and that challenge only increased with the move towards remote interviews, onboarding, and work. What has been lost since the transition to remote hiring and onboarding? What has been gained? Today I am going to talk about this with my […]
Guest: Carolyn Cannistraro, Account Relationship Manager, Wells Fargo According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the current unemployment rate for persons with a disability is 12.6% compared with the total unemployment rate of 5.4%. False myths about people with disabilities often lead to their termination before other employees, as evidenced by the 1 million […]
Guest: Bill Armstrong, President, Gava Talent Solutions A convergence of factors has aligned to create record-breaking turnover over the last few months, a trend that does not seem to be backing off anytime soon. In fact, The BLS has shown a very high voluntary quit rate for the last four months. In July it was […]
Guest: Sanja Licina, Ph.D., President of Workforce Experience, QuestionPro The needs and concerns of employees have changed significantly over the last year and a half. But have they become more difficult to address? Today’s guest does not believe so. She believes employers need to get out of the transactional mindset that pervades employment and take […]
Guest: Greg Portell, Global and Americas Lead, Consumer and Retail, Kearney Is the 8-hour workday dead? Today’s guest thinks so and maybe for good. What will take its place? Will organizations move into new territories with grace? I am pleased to have with us today Greg Portell, Lead Partner in the Global Consumer Practice of […]
Employee benefits, and especially health plan costs are among the top costs that employers have. Therefore, they have a vested interest in the health and wellbeing of their employees. But there is a big difference between encouraging healthy behavior among employees, and employees actually sticking to them. That divide costs employers big every year, especially […]
Perhaps the best indicator of the current hiring crisis is the extent to which large organizations, especially those from the fast-food industry, have gone to try to acquire talent. That includes everything from posting pay at the drive-through to offering extensive benefits; this is a symptom of a larger issue at play and one we […]
Guest: Zenita Henderson, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at SCTE If you are looking for a STEM industry that got gender equity and diversity right, look no further than the cable industry. Today’s guest shares how she helped create and maintain these goals over her thirty-year career.
It may be odd to say there has never been a better time than now, during the recruiting crisis, to be a recruiter, but today’s guest maintains that this is true, and she can back up the claim. I am pleased to have with me today Barb Bruno, CEO of Good As Gold Training. Barb […]