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Facing a talent drain? SMBs must try training and upskilling
With National Small Business Week underway, a recent survey from Verizon highlights the significant supply-and-demand talent challenges facing leaders of small and mid-sized businesses as the economy emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hiring for Skill: Gig Workers Bring the Talent Without the Full-time Expense
"Your favorite shop is inexplicably closed when you arrive, as no one was available to work the register that day. Your order at the print shop isn’t quite ready yet, as the owner is running all jobs herself this week. The host at your neighborhood diner preemptively apologizes as he seats you, explaining that they are short-staffed that evening. Blame the Great Resignation, continued Covid concerns, or whatever the next headline reads; any way you slice it, employers from the high-rise to the corner store are struggling to keep talent on their payroll."
Menopause is still a taboo topic at work, where most women suffer in silence. It’s time employers offered more support.
"About a quarter of middle-aged women said their menopause symptoms negatively affected their career development, according to a survey conducted on behalf..."
What Are the Key Hallmarks of a Healthy Corporate Culture?
"Human resources affect all aspects of business, especially when it comes to company culture. Morale, brand reputation, and productivity are critical hallmarks of what makes a healthy, positive workplace, and three vital traits are key indicators — visible leaders, social responsibility, and guidance. However, the definition of company culture has changed since the pandemic, and what makes a healthy culture today is not necessarily..."
Vensure Employer Services Completes SOC 2 Type 1 Certification
Vensure Employer Services, the largest privately held professional employer organization (PEO), announced they have completed the Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type 1 audit.
5 HR challenges (and solutions) for 2022
"In the past 18 months, things have changed faster than anyone could have anticipated. Covid-19, the social landscape, and technological advancements have turned the world upside down, especially in the workforce. HR managers have been thrown into the midst of national cultural changes and economic currents while trying to find and keep talent from surrendering to the Great Resignation."