Attracting Tech Talent Amid Industry Layoffs

Downsizing in the tech workforce has been a recent and highly publicized trend across the industry, with big names such as Meta, Microsoft, Amazon, and Google all making moves to streamline their operations in response to the current economic climate. This year alone, more than 190,000 experienced tech workers have rejoined the job market because…

Monitoring Remote Workers: What Employers Need to Consider

Remote work, initially adopted as a necessary emergency measure during the early onset of the pandemic, has proven remarkably popular with workers who, more than three years later, are reluctant to part with its many benefits.  However, as employers revise their remote-work policies in light of this shift in preference toward hybrid and flexible work…

Five Ways to Attract and Retain Gen Z Talent

With a near-record high 9.8 million unfilled jobs reported in the United States alone, many employers across sectors are struggling in their hiring and recruiting pursuits amid a widespread talent shortage. What is the key to overcoming this hiring hurdle? Unlocking the generational potential of Gen Z, a group that is poised to soon represent…

What the Rise of ChatGPT Means for Employment

The rapid ascendence of OpenAI’s AI-driven language processing tool, ChatGPT has been felt in almost every sector of life, from attempts of less-than-conscientious students to get out of writing essays all the way to congressional hearings to discuss regulation of the technology.  Given that ChatGPT was one of the fastest-ever AI platforms to reach 100…

Employee Burnout: What Employers Need to Know & What They Can Do to Help

In 2019, when the World Health Organization officially defined and recognized “burnout” in their international classification of diseases as “a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed,” few could have predicted the life-changing events of the ensuing years, let alone the concurrent spike in employee burnout.  Four years…

Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Hiring: What You Need to Know

While artificial intelligence may still sound conceptually intimidating or futuristic to some, most of us encounter and use AI daily – from the personalized recommendations we receive while shopping online, to the chatbot that answers our banking questions, to the smart assistant on our phones.  Applications of AI already serve to streamline and personalize our…

What Employers Can Expect from a Slowing Job Market

It’s no secret that the COVID pandemic has had a dramatic impact on the job market across industries over the last few years, but, according to two articles from the Boston Business Journal, it appears the market may be entering a new stage that could have significant and widespread implications for employers and candidates alike.