Post-COVID Compensation, Time Off, and Benefits

With a possible recession looming on the horizon and the workforce finally getting back into (mostly) full swing, workers are starting to broach the larger topics of compensation, time off and benefits in a (mostly) post-COVID environment. While yes, many are still working from home, workers at the managerial and executive levels are typically devoting…

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Does Direct Sourcing Solve Talent Woes?

Looking to fill volumes of workers for the holiday season? Trying to prepare for the coming tax season? Planning farther down the road to staff a summer camp at a university? These scenarios and many others all are ripe for a direct sourcing solution for companies and higher education institutions.   According to Spend Matters, direct…

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From Quiet Quitting to Quick Quitting to Quiet Constraint

First, there was quiet quitting. This was a phenomenon in which “quiet quitters” – these were actually highly motivated individuals who felt passionate about what they did – felt unappreciated and overworked. For example, during the pandemic, many people were laid off, yet the work still had to be done. That meant the workers –…

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This is Not a Drill: Veterans Bridge the Skills Gap

Americans have set aside November 11 to celebrate and honor men and women who previously served in the United States armed forces in wartime or peacetime. Yet focusing on one day a year is not enough to help these individuals who have sacrificed so much. There are concrete ways we can support our nation’s veterans.  …

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Demand for Tech Professionals

If you haven’t heard there is a high need for people in tech jobs right now. The world in which we live is quickly evolving and if there is one major factor for this, it is technology. Technology advances daily and companies are simply trying to keep up. It is so pervasive in terms of…

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