A Whole New Workforce: How to Keep Millennial Candidates Engaged

  By Jennifer Roeslemeier  |    Thu Aug 27, 2020

Category: Expert Advice, Productivity

Millennial’s otherwise known as Generation Y, have now become the largest group of professionals in the U.S. Labor Force, making up 1/3 of employees. ¹ These are individuals that were born between the years 1981 and 1996. While I was surprised to hear that millennials now have the largest population...

What Cold-Calling Method Works Best in 2020? Phone, Email, or Inmail?

  By Tony Sorensen  |    Thu Aug 27, 2020

Category: Expert Advice, Productivity

As a CEO with decision and buying power, I’m constantly barraged with emails, inmails, and phone calls from strangers every single day. But the truth is, I haven’t responded to an email, inmail, or phone call in the last couple of years from someone I didn’t know. But yet, you still...

Form I-9 Compliance Extension, Further Extended

  By Lynn Connor  |    Thu Aug 27, 2020

Category: Expert Advice, Legal

ICE announced it would extend it’s Form I-9 flexibility rules that were granted in March, for another 30 days. September 19th is now the expiration date. In March, the DHS (Department of Homeland Security) said that it would defer the physical presence requirements associated with Form I-9 for...

Coronavirus Pandemic Impact on the American Worker: Part I

  By Dr. Frank Burtnett  |    Thu Aug 27, 2020

Category: Expert Advice, Trends

The economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic and resulting effect on the American workplace have resulted in records levels of unemployment, the likes of which have not been seen in years. Individuals across multiple sectors are now the statistics they never thought they would be. Even those remaining employed have...

Coronavirus Pandemic Impact on the American Worker: Part II

  By Dr. Frank Burtnett  |    Thu Aug 27, 2020

Category: Expert Advice, Trends

In my last Career Mechanic I presented a number of the challenges faced by the American workforce as a result of the fast developing and omnipresent coronavirus crisis that was thrust upon the nation and globe this year. The hardest hit were those who lost their jobs as unemployment numbers...

Living in Challenging Times

  By Michael Neidle  |    Tue Aug 25, 2020

Category: Columns, Expert Advice

From across the social and political spectrum we are clearly living in challenging times, with the economy in flux, high unemployment and even a pandemic being politicized, there are greater divisions in a long time and more surely to come. Wise people and companies should be careful to avoid being...

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