These are exceptional times. According to a Gartner online poll of Asian HR leaders in March 2020, “among 805 organizations responding, 88% now encourage or require employees to work from home.” As COVID-19 continues its onslaught around the world, governments have turned to measures such as social distancing to disrupt the contagion. Doing so has […]
Despite the COVID-19 global pandemic, businesses remain vulnerable to physical and digital accessibility claims and to being targeted by serial plaintiffs alleging violations of Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Did you know there were 33.2 million job openings in 2019? With this many open positions, and not enough workers to fill them, it’s no wonder employers across the United States are struggling to attract and retain qualified talent.
Knowledge sharing is a key issue in many organizations. The transfer of knowledge from experienced industry experts with a long history in the organization to newer, less experienced colleagues is usually the goal.
We are at the halfway point of 2019—can you believe it? It feels like just yesterday that we were predicting the hottest jobs of the year, and now we’re already into July! Time flies when you’re sourcing and recruiting top talent.
Women’s History Month is an ideal time to pause to acknowledge some of the many recent advancements women have made as disruptors and change-makers shepherding in critical progress across our nation.
Recent research conducted by iCIMS shows that workers stay with an employer for 2 to 3 years on average. Additionally, up to 70% of employees leave a company for better pay, and 53% claim that they leave because they don’t think that their employers care about them as individuals. In other words, retaining employees should […]
Any executive or hiring professional, particularly in tech, knows that recruiting and retaining diverse talent is one of the biggest challenges in the industry.
HR pros are no doubt tired of hearing about the tight job market. But the hard truth is, it is tight. At roughly 4% unemployment, it’s a seller’s market when it comes to labor, and employers are rightly looking to do whatever they can to attract, hire, and retain the top talent—or, in some cases, […]
Q. One of our employees who has worked for us a little over 2 years just presented us with a new Social Security number (SSN) and said the old one we have been using is no longer her number. I have never heard of this before. Do we terminate the old record/file and rehire her […]