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Winning Top Talent In The Global Workforce

Winning Top Talent In The Global Workforce

As economic events of the past decade have confirmed, even local business has become truly global. Each country and region is affected by the overall economic climate, and its impact is felt
Hitting The Right Note For Success As A Talent Supplier

Hitting The Right Note For Success As A Talent Supplier

Tone of voice is not so much what you say as the way in which you say it. Hitting the right note in your business communications will boost the level…
Employee Misclassification: It’s Not Personal

Employee Misclassification: It’s Not Personal

When it comes to employee misclassification and taking out potential enemies to the family operation, the Corleones and government auditing agencies can agree. It’s not personal, strictly business. Or as in the case of the auditing agencies, it’s…
Understanding The Customer At The Macro-Level

Understanding The Customer At The Macro-Level

When was the last time you took a step back and thought about what your customer wants in the long-term? If you’re looking to transform your organization from a transactional…
Observations On Workplace Solution Industries In The Asia-Pacific

Observations On Workplace Solution Industries In The Asia-Pacific

I have just returned from a multiweek trip across the Asia-Pacific region where I was able to spend a significant amount of time…
First Impressions Count

First Impressions Count

When candidates apply for a job, the adage, ‘first impressions count’ is uppermost in their minds. They know their potential employer may spend only a few seconds…
Become A Strategic Talent Partner

Become A Strategic Talent Partner

Relationships: They are what business success is built on. To find and then manage the right relationships, however, you need the right processes and suppliers in place – and that’s not…
happy employees

Reading The Mood

The 2014 Kelly Global Workforce Index (KGWI) results show that the global labor market remains unsettled, with waning levels of worker loyalty and commitment. Less than a third (31%) of respondents are “totally committed” to…
Spend In The Right Areas For Career Development

Spend In The Right Areas For Career Development

Workers are showing greater interest in enhancing their skillsets in what they perceive as an increasingly volatile job market, after a tough few years in the wake of the 2008 global…
Is The Recovering U.S. Job Market Cause For Optimism?

Is The Recovering U.S. Job Market Cause For Optimism?

There finally seems cause for fledgling optimism for the U.S. economy, on the back of indicators which suggest the U.S. labor market is starting to return to prerecession…