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STEAL THESE SLIDES: We’re Making PPT Decks on Recruiting For You to Use (as your own)

Admit it – you loved the Netflix Culture deck back in the day, right? The simplicity, the great ideas, the black and white slides. But you don’t have enough time to spend on presentation decks. You have other stuff to do. That’s why we created the Steal These Slides series!  Hit this link to get the first deck! Every time we do a roadmap, a tool kit, or a whitepaper…

Why We’re Building a Total Freelancer Management and Payments Platform

Read Time4 Minute, 22 Second At AllWork, our mission has always been to “build the future of flexible work” and to help companies more efficiently manage a more flexible workforce. Until recently, this has meant helping companies manage and pay large groups of hourly workers on a part-time and flexible basis with very vertically specific workforce management software integrated with vertically specific W-2 payroll…

Productivity Skyrockets: Yes We’re Working Harder. But Also Smarter

I’ve been watching US Labor Productivity data for over a decade and for many years after the 2008 meltdown found it lagging. We struggled to rebuild our companies after the financial crisis and many of the new “labor-saving” ideas (digital tools, organizational transformation, automation) were not increasing output per hour worked. In fact, labor productivity … Read more» The post Productivity Skyrockets: Yes We’re…

If I Were Looking for an HR Pro I’d Recruit Teachers

Disruption sucks. We’re in the middle of arguably the most disruptive period in 50 years for business. While some might counter with the advent of the internet as the biggest disruption, I’d mention that change happened over the course of a decade. We had time to watch it unfold. We say things happen in internet time. Everything, except the adoption of the internet in…

The Safety of Our Community: Precautions We’re Taking at Workday

July 10 Today we are sharing an update to our back-to-office approach for our North America (Canada, Mexico, and U.S.) employees: With significant and unpredictable increases in COVID-19 cases across the U.S., we are extending the current work from home guidance for our North America employees through Friday, January 1, 2021. This means that North America employees (outside of those deemed office critical) will…

Over 1 Million Job Seekers Tell Indeed: We’re #readytowork

Austin, TX (April 23, 2020) –   Indeed, the world’s number one job site, announced today that over one million job seekers have added #readytowork to their Indeed resume, indicating they are available to work now, one of several new product features Indeed has rolled out to help those whose jobs have been impacted by COVID-19.  […] The post Over 1 Million Job Seekers Tell…

We’re Running Out Of Workers. Now What Do We Do?

This post was originally published on this site In all my years as a working professional, I’ve never lived in an economy where “there are not enough workers.” But that’s where we are. For the next ten years, the term “shortage of talent” is going to be one of the most important topics in business. Consider a few striking statistics: The fertility rate ……

Retail Seasonal Hiring a Challenge: Kronos Survey Finds Stores Were Underprepared for the 2019 Holiday Season

This post was originally published on this site Official News from the Kronos Blog The “2019 Retail Holiday Hiring Pulse Survey” was conducted online by The Harris Poll on behalf of Kronos from Dec. 19, 2019 to Jan. 6, 2020 among 300 U.S. retail hiring managers* – 94% of whom admitted their company faced hiring challenges around the 2019 holiday season. The study reveals…

How Would a College Education be Different if you Were an Investor?!

There’s a concept that is starting to gain some steam in college tuition funding called “Income Share Agreements”. The basis of these agreements is pretty much “I” (the investor) pays “you” (the student) to go to college and get an education. Once you graduate and get a job, I take some of your annual salary for an agreed-upon time. From the Washington Post: In…

Before You Were Hired, There Was a Labelscar.

Do you ever drive by a mall or old business and see a labelscar? You probably didn’t realize there was an actual term for what you saw. A labelscar is when a sign is taken off from a building, and the dust and fade marks still show in the shape of the old sign. Drive around many cities, and you will see labelscars for…

We’re Challenging Convention and Telling Job Candidates About It

There’s been a lot of talk about shortening the work week and work day lately. First, this company reduced the work week one day without adjusting compensation, and made a permanent change when productivity increased as a result. Then, Adam Grant suggested we shorten the work day to six hours, ending it when the school day ends (“We can be as productive and creative…

We’re Helping U.S. Military Veterans Transition to Civilian Life

As a human resources professional, I often witness recruiters struggle to find job candidates with the technical skills and experience their company needs. I also know that scores of military veterans have these skills but struggle to find work in the private sector because they are uncertain about the positions that are strong fits with their backgrounds. Recruiters often emphasize traditional corporate experience, yet…