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Remote onboarding: How to make it work for everyone

Wow your new recruits with a thoughtfully structured remote onboarding program that sets them up for success. Read on to learn how to make your new hires feel welcomed, empowered, and included right from the very start – even when you can’t do it in person. Why is remote onboarding important? Great onboarding should be […] Read Article “Remote onboarding: How to make it work for everyone”

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Unite your scattered workforce: Our tips on managing remote teams

COVID-19 has upended many of the barriers to remote work. A recent Gallup survey found that seven in 10 US white-collar workers are still working remotely over a year into the pandemic. Most of them say they would like to stay remote, or adopt a hybrid working model, and would consider switching jobs if they […] Read Article “Unite your scattered workforce: Our tips on managing remote teams”

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The infrastructure bill edges forward. How can employers prepare?

On August 10, the US Senate passed a historic eight-year infrastructure bill, set to create millions of well-paid American jobs. But what will it all mean for America’s hard-strapped employers, still reeling from the pandemic and stimulus checks? At Adecco, we understand the seismic changes ahead. Below, we take a look at the bill’s likely […] Read Article “The infrastructure bill edges forward. How can employers prepare?”

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Seasonal staffing in retail and ecommerce: 5 steps to holiday hiring success

These days, retailers aren’t just in battle for consumer dollars. They’re going to war for seasonal workers. Job seekers have enormous choice and that puts employers under pressure to hire the best temporary staff as early as possible. Just consider that last year, Amazon went on a hiring spree to recruit 100,000 seasonal workers for […] Read Article “Seasonal staffing in retail and ecommerce: 5 steps to holiday hiring success”

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How employers can navigate the semiconductor shortage

In the digital age, semiconductor chips have been popping up all around us, from connected cars, to smart home lightbulbs, to robotic vacuum cleaners. In the past year, a perfect storm of factors – from COVID-induced disruptions to fragile supply chains, to geopolitical tensions – has sent demand for semiconductors surging far beyond current supply […] Read Article “How employers can navigate the semiconductor shortage”

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How a Lack of Workers is Causing Wage Inflation in a Time of High Unemployment

If you look at the monthly data published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, you might think that businesses have eager candidates lining up at the door to fill any job vacancy that becomes available. The reality for most companies is very different. Despite high unemployment rates, organizations all over the U.S. are struggling to […] Read Article “How a Lack of Workers is Causing Wage Inflation in a Time of High Unemployment”

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The Battle for Candidates: Why Employers Are Struggling to Hire Talent In 2021 – Part 1

It’s no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic and stimulus checks have transformed the job market for good. Remote hiring, a shrinking labor force, and a lack of candidates are just a few of the big changes that are affecting companies all over the US. You might be wondering how organizations are having a hard time […] Read Article “The Battle for Candidates: Why Employers Are Struggling to Hire Talent In 2021 – Part 1”

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As the Labor Force Shrinks, Wages Increase

The labor force in the United States is the powerful motor that drives economic growth and makes it possible for companies in different industries to hire a wide range of talent and continue innovating. The U.S. labor force participation rate has been steadily falling for about 20 years and will probably result in some big […] Read Article “As the Labor Force Shrinks, Wages Increase”