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COVID Norm: June/July 2020 Hiring and Employment Trends

2020 is like a moody teenager who can’t make up his or her mind! We started the year with the candidate-driven market, and then bam! COVID-19 hit, resulting in the worst unemployment numbers since the Great Depression. In June, states began lifting restrictions and businesses started opening back up, and then by July, businesses and […]

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Employers Play Key Role in National Reckoning on Racial Disparities

The Black Lives Matter movement emerged in 2013 after George Zimmerman was acquitted in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. The recent killings of George Floyd and others have resulted in the movement expanding beyond the issues of law enforcement and race—they’ve resulted in a national reckoning on racial disparities in several regards, including income, […]

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Top Background Screening Trends in 2020

In 2020, employment background checks are trending toward increasing complexity, added controversy about screening social media behavior, and the need to ensure corporate compliance with important new laws that vary by state and sometimes even by city. Stay abreast of these changes to ensure your Human Resources policies are current and in the know.

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The Tech-Driven, Collaborative Future of Healthcare Staffing

The healthcare industry is facing strained talent resources in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. To ensure the healthcare industry’s successful future, it requires an improved, technology-driven, and collaborative talent management approach.

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Dropping the Ball on Employee Wellness Now Will Cost You Big Later

The focus for many organizations has been adjusting to the changing economic climate and either struggling to stay afloat or, for essential organizations, cranking out as much work as possible. It’s at this delicate time that things like increased anxiety, postponed medical care, lack of access to vital prescriptions, increased legal and illegal drug use, […]

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One Way to Save on Hiring Costs Once You Start Hiring Again

The economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have hit recruiters and Human Resources departments hard. Companies still hiring, or those seeking to hire when the economy reopens, should look to employee referral programs to save on the time and cost of recruiting employees.

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4 Ways COVID-19 Has Impacted Collective Action

As the COVID-19 pandemic wreaks havoc around the globe, one of the top concerns is what constitutes an essential worker or business. Those are critical specifics to iron out, and national and regional leaders have weighed in to clarify. Most say necessary work can continue, as long as employers take precautions to keep people safe.