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NLRB general counsel’s memo provides roadmap for different direction

|August 17th, 2021|

NLRB’s new general counsel issued a memo plotting a revised ‘roadmap.’ It signals a rapidly changing ideology and significant changes to labor law precedent in cases involving employee status, handbook policies and more.
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Your talent: 68% would consider career change; many organizations plan salary increases to attract new employees

|August 17th, 2021|

Workers in search of better work-life balance and higher pay are willing to switch careers, according to a report by FlexJobs. In addition, Salary.com found that most organizations in the US plan to increase base salaries to attract new employees within the next six months.
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Opponents of Massachusetts IC ballot initiative ask AG to rule proposal unconstitutional

|August 17th, 2021|

Opponents of a ballot initiative similar to California’s Proposition 22 asked the Massachusetts attorney general to declare the proposal unconstitutional.
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A new training prototype

|July 21st, 2021|

An emerging training model in the IT space is catching on. Called recruit-train-deploy, this method of developing a skilled workforce is helping bridge the talent gap.
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Skills apocalypse: Train your contingents

|July 14th, 2021|

Finding workers with the right skills is a persistent problem for contingent workforce programs; upskilling is an option to help find the workers your program needs. We take a look at a few different training models.
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Wellness: Road to recovery

|May 26th, 2021|

Workers’ mental wellness appears to be improving. What the talent is saying and how contingent workforce managers can foster further improvement.
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The Baker’s Dozen: Program cost management, part 2

|May 19th, 2021|

The final seven of the “baker’s dozen” list of cost-management initiatives being executed in the marketplace today.
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Covid-19 fallout: skills mismatch, labor shortages ahead

|May 5th, 2021|

While many workers who left the labor force during the pandemic should return in the near-term, mismatches between workers’ skills and job openings could lead to temporary shortages and stronger wage growth in certain sectors.
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Sponsored: Opportunity for all

|May 5th, 2021|

Glider AI co-founder and CEO Satish Kumar discusses the company’s mission of democratizing the hiring process to ensure candidates from diverse backgrounds have the same access to opportunities as privileged candidates.
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Spending on temporary staffing to grow by 11%: SIA forecast

|April 14th, 2021|

Companies’ spending on US temporary staffing is set to grow this year, according to SIA’s US staffing industry forecast. The forecast is a must-have for program managers to benchmark trends against developments in the US staffing industry at large.
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