In the past, competition for talent and the economy have followed a fairly predictable pattern: when the economy is booming, competition for talent heats up and it becomes a “candidate’s market.” And when we hit an economic downturn, the opposite is true – it becomes an “employer’s market," with job seekers competing for fewer jobs and employers holding the...
Posts by Lydia Abbot
Lydia Abbot October 9, 2020
In this week’s list of articles, learn why a “chief medical officer” may be a new essential role at companies, the pros and cons of paying employees based on their location, and why employers should think more about their employee “offboarding” experience – not just onboarding. Here are the must-read articles for this week: 1. Does Your Company Need a Chief...
Lydia Abbot October 7, 2020
While expanding your talent pool is a critical step in creating a diverse organization, a truly inclusive approach to recruiting goes way beyond simply checking off boxes on a candidate list. In a panel on this topic that took place on October 7th, 2020, talent experts in diversity and inclusion explored the complexities of inclusive recruiting, from the...
Lydia Abbot October 2, 2020
“One in four women are considering downshifting their careers or leaving the workforce due to Covid-19.” That’s according to the new...
Lydia Abbot September 25, 2020
In this week’s list of must-read articles, Michael Reddington, a certified forensic interviewer, shares the first interview question...
Lydia Abbot September 18, 2020
“If you saw ‘employer branding’ as a means to attract more great people, what happens now, if your recruitment volumes have gone down?...