When talent is scarce, companies must turn to creative ways to get potential job candidates’ attention.
These were the best stories from Talent Economy in 2017, along with a note from Managing Editor Frank Kalman about what to expect in 2018.
Industry concentration, a low interest rate environment and increasingly profitable technology investments are just a few of the reasons wages have remained stagnant while corporate profits have grown in recent years.
Frank Kalman talks with executives at Chicago-based sales advisory GrowthPlay about how companies can incorporate mentoring practices to improve their organizational performance.
The technology’s use in human resources and talent is overhyped, and critics say it could do more harm than good. Regardless, expect to see more AI in talent economy’s future.
Disparagers of the mostly unremarkable pleasantry are missing the bigger picture.
Employment lawyer Jon Hyman joins Talent10x to discuss the ways in which companies should be changing how they think about handling sexual harassment at work in the wake of recent high-profile misconduct allegations.