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Five Things I’ve Learned by Using Gig Marketplaces Like Fivver and Upwork

You can’t talk TA/Recruiting strategies today without talking about the Gig Economy. While use of contract labor, in the traditional sense, allows you to bring in talent that’s employed by someone else, use of gig workers allows you to bring in talent that’s employed by—wait for it—themselves. Is using the gig economy a viable alternative to traditional recruiting strategies? The answer is it depends….

What’s Ahead For 2021? Five Lessons For The Coming Year.

Read Time24 Second We’ve learned a lot in 2020 and many of us are happy to put it in the rearview mirror. But as we look ahead to the new year, I think there are a lot of positives to bring forward.  (Our Predictions will be out in Jan.) First, we learned to be humble. The Virus is … Read more» The post What’s…

High Five! Hireology Made the Inc. 5000 List Five Years in a Row!

For the 5th consecutive year, Hireology has been named on the Inc. 5000 list at 1,829.  The Inc. 5000 list annually ranks privately held U.S. companies according to percentage revenue growth over a three-year period. To be among these 5000 companies is humbling, and five years in a row is an incredible honor. “This is not an honor we take lightly,” said Adam Robinson,…

Five Steps for Making Smarter HR Tech Decisions

  If you read only a single article this year about how to lead an HR function, make this the one, it’ll make you smarter.   It’s an open secret amongst sales people that making someone feel smart is a great way to propel a deal forward, while showing someone how to be smart is often a deal-killer. Why? Because feeling smart feels good…

Five Best Practices for Performance Management

This post was originally published on this site There is now a clear consensus among top executives that traditional models of enterprise performance management (i.e., merit-based and forced ranking systems) serve no purpose in the digital age. Relics of a time when robust organizational hierarchies were the norm, 2020 has provided human capital professionals with a growing body of both qualitative and quantitative evidence…

Top Five Workforce Predictions of 2020

The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated has released its annual predictions of the top trends that will impact the global workforce in the coming year. Those trends are; Wholistic employee wellness takes center stage as total rewards strategies drive recruitment and retention in a tight economy. Competition to attract and retain top talent – both for office and frontline workers – will further compel employers to expand and…

On the 5th Day of Giving HR Gave to Me, Five Hours at Time and a Half…

This post was originally published on this site By James Coleman, Contributing Writer  Give Your Employees an Accurate Accounting of Their Time and Labor For everyone in the workforce working to make ends meet, payday is hooray day. It always feels special to be rewarded for an honest day’s work, particularly when that day includes a few extra hours at time and a half….

Five Job Trends to Watch in 2020

Bluecrew, the on-demand staffing technology platform exclusively for flexible W-2 work, revealed its list of predictions and trends to watch in 2020 which includes five key themes expected to emerge among employers and the hourly workforce in the coming year. Bluecrew tapped insights from industry leaders, employers, and hourly workers to construct its annual list. “Not only are employers facing unemployment at a 50-year…

Interworks reports losses for first time in five years

Japanese recruitment firm Interworks Inc. reported an operating loss of Y24.8 million ($228,000 U.S.) in the first half of the year. This marks the first loss for the company in the past five years. The company attributed the downturn to contraction in the manufacturing industry, its main source of business.