Hiring managers need a new way to conceptualize worker skills to make the best hires in today's work world. Enter "durable" skills.
Does your company hire all day, every day?
While automation can streamline the hiring process, there is no replacement for looking someone in the eye and getting to know them in person.
During periods of economic and financial uncertainty, companies often enact hiring freezes to control costs. While hiring freezes make sense on paper, they can, unfortunately, harm core staff. When workloads increase and there is no way to hire additional people, the existing team can experience excessive stress and burnout, making them less productive and more prone to mistakes. That stress can often culminate in resignations, putting further strain on the group.
From digital transformation and COVID vaccination to marijuana laws and performance management, 2020 was a year for the HR record books.