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  • How to Build a Successful, Scalable Reskilling Program at Your Company

    October 21, 2019

    According to the World Economic Forum, more than half (54%) of all employees will require significant reskilling or upskilling by 2022. But while many companies are pledging to train their people, some experts caution this may not be enough. “When we talk about learning and development, a lot of people think about training,” says James Engel, chief learning...

  • The 10 Must-Read Articles for Recruiters This Week

    October 18, 2019

    In this week’s list of our must-read articles for talent professionals, you’ll find two stories highlighting the challenges facing women in the workforce. One takes us to Germany where a derogatory, 16th century term for “neglectful mother” still holds working moms back, while the other reviews the results from a five-year study by McKinsey & Co and LeanIn.Org...

  • 4 Industry Leaders Share Their Key Takeaways from Talent Connect 2019

    October 17, 2019

    There was lots to chew on at Talent Connect 2019 — tasty tidbits from the 47 breakout sessions, nuggets of wisdom from the stellar keynote speakers, and choice morsels from the inLounge and product demonstrations. It was a lot to digest. So, we turned to a quartet of longtime Talent Connect participants to find out what the major takeaway of the conference was...

  • How to Increase Quality of Hire by Only Sourcing...

    October 16, 2019

    Separating sourcing from recruiting never made a lot of sense to me. Many sourcers never even talk to candidates and just pass a list...

  • Glen Cathey Explains Why and How Introversion Should be a...

    October 15, 2019

    Early in Glen Cathey’s career, the owner of the company he worked for announced in front of his peers that he was surprised hiring...

  • 8 Ways to Increase Collaboration Across Your Recruiting Team

    October 14, 2019

    Teamwork is more than just a nice idea — it has real, measurable results. For example, a Stanford study found that compared to working...