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Re-Engaging Your Workforce: U.S. Workers Report a Sharp Drop in Perception of Managers and Leaders

According to a recent study by the BPI group Institute for Leadership, only 32% of U.S. employees have a “very good” opinion of their direct manager. That figure is even more alarming when you consider that 78% of employees indicate their direct manager has a strong impact on how connected they feel to their organization.

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The Business Case for Using a Search Firm: Five Winning Arguments

You might think that with a record number of job seekers in the market, finding the right candidate for your open position would be easy. Think again. With many unemployed candidates lacking up-to-date skills and internal hiring resources often stretched to the limit, it may not be as easy as you think to find the best candidate for the role.

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The New Math in Talent Acquisition: Interim = Innovation

“Temp” staffing is good for more than just filling a spot at reception. With a growing pool of available talent to choose from, savvy businesses are using interim talent strategically to scale their businesses, explore new markets and bring in a fresh perspective.

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