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In the year 1960, 85 percent of Americans were employed by companies. Fast forward to today and 40 percent of the total global workforce is now made up of the gig economy. By 2023, 52 percent of people expect to be participating in the gig economy. People are no longer overwhelmingly interested in working full-time for any si...

According to the Pew Research Center, Millennials account for more than half of all employees in the U.S., and they will comprise 75 percent of the global workforce by 2025. This, coupled with the fact that Baby Boomers are working longer and Gen Z is now starting to enter the workforce, and we now have one of the most divers...

A recent article in the San Francisco Chronicle detailed the landmark gig-work law, AB5, which took effect on January 1, 2020. From the comment section of this one particular article, to social media (just search #AB5), to demonstrations to activist rallies – AB5 has certainly started the New Year off with a bang. Whil...

As the great Bob Dylan once said, “The Times They Are A-Changin'.” And nothing could be truer when it comes to recruiting in 2020. In addition to the rise and sophistication of HR technology, including AI-powered skills assessment, sourcing and recruiting, candidates are expecting a highly personalized experience ...

We get it: Change is scary. And the beginning of the year can be a challenge for many reasons. The post-holiday blues get a lot of people feeling like they’re in a funk. Depending on where you live, this time of year can also mean bad weather, cold temperatures and less daylight (although, the days are officially gettin...

For most companies, talent acquisition is a top priority and a cornerstone to maintaining a competitive advantage – but it also doubles as one of their biggest challenges. With a market flooded with companies all vying for the same talent, it can be easy to get lost in the sea of sameness. Open jobs can easily all start...

Like the very people companies are trying to recruit and hire, there is nothing static about what goes into identifying, attracting and retaining talent. It’s a dynamic and ever-changing sequence of critical touch points that must constantly be evaluated and refined based on what people are looking for and find attracti...

How did you get into Recruiting? Before I got into recruiting, I was a Banker. I enjoyed the people side of banking, and through networking, realized recruiting would be a great career move. I made the move, understood the importance of having good mentors in this industry, learned from them, and realized that recruiting is w...

Christmas and New Years fall right in the middle of the work week this year, which could result in a serious loss of productivity if you don’t plan accordingly. To make the most of the holiday lull that will inevitably happen before, during and after both of these big holidays this year, here is how you can make the mos...

Among many other things, millennials have been referred to as the “Job-Hopping” Generation. This trend combined with the uptick in the gig economy and it’s easy to see why the modern-day program for rewarding tenured employees may be in need of a major facelift. With fewer and fewer employees making it to ke...