With the unemployment rate at a record low in years, both workers and employers may retool their motivations and strategies for work.
Millennials look for job security in the workplace
Similar to their parents, 87% of millennials rank job security as a top priority when looking for a job, according to a recent report from the Manpower Group. Adam Robinson, CEO and co-founder of Hireology, explores what job security really denotes to millennials and how companies can adapt their recruiting strategies to attract millennial talent in this competitive environment.
A tale of two gig economies
There are two different types of workers that participate in the gig economy, and each one has a different set of needs and desires. Gallup takes a deep dive into what these motivations are and how organizations can tailor their culture to stay agile and better match their needs.
The dark side of the low unemployment rate
A competitive job market has many unintended consequences that must be addressed by employers. Josh Bersin delves into some of the massive trends happening now in HR and what organizations can do to adapt in this Forbes article.
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