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“There’s No Transformation Without Integration”: Lauren B. Jones, Founder of Leap Consulting, on Making Smart Tech Choices in Staffing

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In this episode, David Folwell, the President of StaffingHub, sits down to talk to Lauren Jones, the Founder of Leap Consulting, about the digital transformation, common pitfalls in tech adoption, and the power of gratitude. Folwell: I’m here with Lauren Jones today, the founder of Leap Consulting, a former VP of Talon Technology and Bold Staffing and a longtime staffing …

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Take StaffingHub’s New Diversity and Inclusion Survey

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We’re excited to announce our new survey on racial diversity and inclusion in the staffing industry. We know conversations about diversity and inclusion can be difficult. Our goal with this survey is to provide the industry with data-backed insights that will help facilitate these difficult conversations, raise awareness, and drive best practices on inclusion and diversity. Click here to complete …

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The Bullhorn Team on Diversity & Inclusion in Staffing and the Emotional Toll of the Pandemic

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In this episode, Caitlin Delohery sits down (to a Zoom call) with two Bullhorn team members: Vinda Souza, the VP of Global Communications, and Caitlyn Rhodes, Talent Acquisition Business Partner and DEI Program Manager. We talked about making a statement for racial justice, Bullhorn’s thought leadership around diversity and inclusion, and the industry’s optimism in spite of the pandemic. Caitlin …

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“Do the Right Thing”: Martin Payne, CEO of TextUs, on How to Grow Your Business During a Pandemic

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In this episode of The Staffing Show, I interview Martin Payne, the new CEO of TextUs, about what brought him to the growing business texting platform, what it takes to lead growth stage companies, and how he copes and adapts during the pandemic. Martin shares his thoughts on doing the right thing, meditating and eating well to lead better, and …

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The Benefits and Inequalities of the Remote Work Economy

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Thirty-three percent of Americans are currently not working, while 26% are primarily essential workers still reporting to their place of business. But the majority (42%) of America’s workforce is now working from home, according to a recent interview with Stanford economist Nicholas Bloom.  Bloom’s research highlights the promises and challenges of this widespread shift to remote work during the economic …

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Supreme Court Blocks Discrimination Against LGBT+ Employees

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In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court ruled on June 15 that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964  — which prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, and sex — also protects LGBT+ employees.  The decision stemmed from three different cases in which gay and trans employees sued their respective employers for dismissing them because …

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Hispanic and Black Americans Experiencing Joblessness at Higher Rates

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The unemployment rate was 13.3% in May, an improvement over April’s 14.7%, though 21 million Americans are still without jobs, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.  Although all major worker groups experienced job loss, rates were notably higher among certain demographics — women, teenagers, Hispanic workers, and black workers: Adult men: 11.6% Adult women: 13.9% Teenagers (ages 16-19): …

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As Business Leaders Fight to Avoid Layoffs, Employees Struggle to Adjust to Remote Work

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More than half of the employers are seeking creative ways to reduce staffing costs in order to delay layoffs, according to a recent survey by talent development accelerator LeadersUp. Just over 20% of employers said they had initiated layoffs and only 10% of employers are actively hiring. To avoid layoffs, surveyed employers reported they are: closing their offices decreasing executive …

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Only 15% of Temporary Workers Without Healthcare Benefits

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According to a report from Staffing Industry Analysts, the state of healthcare coverage for temporary employees in North America has greatly improved since 2014. The report is the result of a survey that respondents completed late last year, detailing their healthcare coverage and other benefits. Healthcare coverage The majority of temporary workers reported that they received healthcare coverage: From an …

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How to Manage Your Remote Recruiters, Keep Your Team Aligned, and Find Some Peace of Mind: Adam Conrad, Founder of Great Recruiters

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In this episode, David Folwell, the President of StaffingHub, interviews Adam Conrad, the founder of Great Recruiters, on the impact of the pandemic on the staffing industry, how to stay connected with your team when recruiting remotely, and the new face of the digital transformation.