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A look at the projected 2021 forecast for key HR service market segments.
By Pete Tiliakos, Liz Rennie, and Nikki Edwards
Each year, NelsonHall takes a look at the activity of the HR services market to compile the top trends and predict a future outlook for the coming year. 2020 was a year like no other and COVID-19 has had a large impact on all business processes.
Recruiting early career talent can build greater diversity and innovation—but a proactive approach is key.
By Marta Chmielowicz
COVID-19 has ushered in a new era of work—one where employees have greater flexibility, autonomy, and reliance on digital tools than ever before. In this climate, early career digital natives are differentiating themselves as a key segment of the talent pool. In fact, a survey from Robert Half reports that 83% of senior managers are likely to hire recent college graduates, citing enthusiasm about starting a career (35%) and fresh perspectives and ideas (28%) as their top strengths.
Six HR leaders share solutions to the issues keeping HR up at night: the impact of COVID-19, workforce planning, business agility, and the skills gap.
By Marta Chmielowicz
2020 has been a whirlwind of a year and HR leaders have found themselves at the frontlines, leading the charge into a new and uncertain reality. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, shelter in place orders, and social unrest of the past months, HR leaders have maintained a sense of normalcy while adapting to the changing needs of their businesses and the workplace at large. Now, they must develop a plan to face the unknown obstacles that lie ahead.
How the global pandemic will shift hiring practices as businesses start to recover.
By Christina Ioannou
2020 has been a year of change, especially for HR teams across the U.S. as they navigate the effects of COVID-19. As a result, HR managers have completely shifted how they evaluate candidates and the overall qualities they view as desirable. Following the initial layoffs and hiring freezes caused by the shock to the economy, now, six months later, some companies are ramping up hiring again as their businesses start to recover.
RPO partners have helped develop business continuity plans and implement the technology needed to recruit and onboard virtually during COVID-19.
By Nikki Edwards
So much for 20/20 vision! The world at large didn’t understand the potential impact of COVID-19 until it was too late, and many thought it would be over within a matter of months. And while most are glad to see the back of 2020, the reality is that organizations will have to work around COVID-19 for the foreseeable future.
Four best practices to consider when implementing more inclusive hiring practices.
By Dr. Christy Petrosso and William T. Rolack, Sr.
Organizations looking to quickly boost employee representation can use predictive data to understand which markets have the largest number of available diverse candidates for specific roles, and focus pipelining efforts in those areas. This hyper-targeted approach delivers a bigger return on diversity hiring investments, especially when working with limited resources, which is the case for many companies today given the ongoing economic uncertainty.
Recruiting strategies need to be adapted to the post-pandemic business climate.
By Marta Chmielowicz
COVID-19 is transforming how organizations manage and hire people. According to Jobvite’s 2020 Recruiter Nation Survey, 71% of recruiters say their recruiting priorities for the next 12 months are different from those they had in the past year, and many of those shifts are here to stay.
COVID-19 has forced organizations to adapt to a new normal in record time, unlocking even greater potential.
With Tina Tromiczak, Senior Vice President of National Account Services for RPO, ADP
2020 has introduced many new obstacles for business leaders. From transitioning to a remote workforce seemingly overnight to adopting technologies that enable hiring in the new virtual reality, HR leaders have had to transform their businesses in record time. But while the path was fraught with challenges, companies have emerged stronger, more agile, and more resilient than ever. In this Q&A, Tina Tromiczak, senior vice president of national account services for RPO at ADP, shares how recent events have opened the door to even greater potential.
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