One can’t help but be unsettled by announcements of major layoffs in January 2023: Google (12,000, 6% of workforce), Microsoft (10,000, 4-5% of workforce), and Amazon (18,000, 1-2% of workforce). But despite the wave of layoff announcements at major tech companies, it’s still a good time to get a job. Continue reading Good time to job search in spite of layoffs
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Don’t Take Non-Quitting Employees for Granted
One of the biggest mistakes that employers can make is to take for granted workers who aren’t quitting. Continue reading Don’t Take Non-Quitting Employees for Granted
QUIET QUITTING AND THE SILENT EMPLOYEE EXODUS
You won’t see “quiet quitting” on any attrition reports. But if unaddressed it has the potential to cause employees to disengage and leave. Continue reading QUIET QUITTING AND THE SILENT EMPLOYEE EXODUS
Every department has a quitfluencer. They are those individuals who noticeably interrupt work to field calls from recruiters, peruse online job boards, and interview when they work from home. Continue reading QUITFLUENCERS
Marc Emmer on The Great Resignation
Marc Emmer talks with Garrison about The Great Resignation on Java, Jobs, and YOU. Marc is an author, speaker, and consultant recognized as a thought leader throughout North America for his expertise in strategy and strategic planning. He has written two books, including Momentum, How Companies Decide What to Do Next. He has personally facilitated strategy sessions for more than 150 companies and delivered over 350 keynotes on strategy and value creation.
Listen to the interview with Marc Emmer Continue reading Marc Emmer on The Great Resignation
KEVYN RUSTICI: THE FUTURE OF HR
Kevyn Rustici is Area Vice President and Strategic Human Capital Consultant for Gallagher, a global insurance brokerage, risk management, and consulting firm. He is a critical partner with business leaders and HR departments to understand how programs directly impact the bottom line so they can work to together to unlock the full potential of their people, while designing great places to work so their team members deliver a greater return on their investment. Kevyn has successfully demonstrated that HR departments no longer must be cost centers to the business but can become profit centers yielding a greater return on their people investments. Continue reading KEVYN RUSTICI: THE FUTURE OF HR
ARE YOU A T-SHAPE OR I-SHAPE JOB CANDIDATE?
T-shaped skills are referred to in job recruitment to describe the abilities of candidates. The vertical bar of the T refers to expert knowledge and experience in one particular area. The horizontal top of the T refers to an ability to collaborate with experts in other disciplines. Immensely empathetic T-shaped individuals can see through others’ eyes, walk in their shoes, listen actively, and create solutions that build on their ideas. They shine in diverse, collaborative teams and standout among recruiters and hiring managers compared to I-shaped job applicants. Continue reading ARE YOU A T-SHAPE OR I-SHAPE JOB CANDIDATE?