by Veronica Blatt
Today’s guest blog is from People 2.0, a leading provider of back-office solutions for staffing and recruiting organizations, nationally and globally. We offer a variety of support services, including payrolling, payroll funding, risk management, etc., and serve as a strategic resource in helping you efficiently and profitably place talent. www.people20.com Today’s topic is about effectively managing remote workers, which requires unique skills.
Though the remote work phenomenon may have been jump-started by the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown restrictions, more and more workers are choosing to work remotely—and more businesses are choosing to hire remotely. Read the rest of this entry »
by Veronica Blatt
Today’s guest blogger is Bill Benson with WilliamCharles Search Group located in Grand Rapids, MI. WilliamCharles is an executive search and professional recruiting firm specialized in finding managerial and executive talent in finance, HR, operations, sales/marketing as well as president/CEO roles. They have a concentration of clients in Michigan but they also work across the US. Bill is a past chairman of the NPAworldwide Board of Directors. Bill offers some workplace questions to consider below.
I walked into my office this morning and walked through our nicely appointed lobby noticing the most recent version of Harvard Business Review neatly organized on top of a fanned arrangement of other magazines. It struck me…am I in full denial? Continuing to invest in front office reception space and interview rooms is not serving the present or future needs. Read the rest of this entry »
by Dave Nerz
While recruitment in the times of Covid is already complex, recruiters need to prepare for the months ahead. Employers will be making decisions about the need for millions of workers to continue work from home (WFH) or to move back into the office. Here are some of the issues that will influence this decision and impact the recruitment and candidate placement process for years to come. Read the rest of this entry »