Facebook is changing. So much so that it’s getting hard to keep up with all the news. From social VR to updated news feeds, the social media giant is clearly trying to do something. It may have been a rough couple of years for Facebook, but it’s still one of the most popular platforms for businesses – provided you can break through the new algorithm.
Today is Halloween, and I have a scary story for you. According to research from Boston Consulting Group (BCG), which examined talent supply-and-demand data across 25 major economies, the “global workforce crisis” we’ve been hearing about could take hold by 2030. In fact, we could see significant labor shortages in several regions. In others, a surplus. As Paul Sawers wrote in Flipboard, “This imbalance has opened the doors to a number of initiatives that seek to plug shortages in the[...]
It’s October, friends, which means the spooky season is upon us. And for businesses that have staked their profits on the presumed longevity of the retail space, the stories we’re reading have become frightening tales. Longstanding, traditional merchandisers like Toys “R” Us and Payless recently filed for bankruptcy. Enterprises such as Walmart, sensing the stormy seas of change, are connecting themselves to the digital landscape through strategic alliances with the likes of Google. Some[...]
The competition to attract and retain exceptional workers remains fierce. Very fierce. Job openings pile up and go unfilled. Employers are desperately seeking skilled candidates who will integrate well with the mission and the team. And the needs of today’s talent, particularly those in millennial generations, have taken more nuanced turns. Cultural fit, Forbes recently emphasized, has become even more important in the modern age. For recruiters, the process of sourcing and interviewing[...]