The gig economy is upon us and we have a very special guest for this super fun #HRAgainstLame episode! Molly Louthan from Upwork joins us to talk about attracting and retaining freelancers.
All consultants such as Accenture and Deloitte say by 2020, 50% of the workforce is going to be independent or freelancing. Meaning if you want to hire 50% of the workforce, you're going to need to learn how to hire freelancers.
In this episode, Molly shares these five tips:
Do you have other tips for recruiting and retaining freelancers? Share your thoughts with us!
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Nancy Harris, CEO and founder of Restart Consulting shares three tips that can help organizations, attract, retain, and develop diverse talent.
In this video you will learn three tips to help your organization develop diverse talent:
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Building a learning culture in your organization can give employees the chance to share knowledge, expertise, and experience of learning and building connections with other teams within your organization.
In this #HRAgainstLame episode, Heather Corallo, COO, and co-founder of CTO2 shares two programs she uses to implement a learning culture:
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Who has the biggest impact on quality of hire, retention, and making sure your organization is hiring the right people? The hiring manager, of course.
Having a great hiring manager relationship is the top driver of talent acquisition. In this #HRAgainstLame episode, Nicole Dessain from Talent Imperative shares some knowledge on establishing great relationships with hiring managers.
In this episode your will learn:
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In this episode of #HRAgainstLame Claire Lew from Know Your Company will discuss this CEO blindspot on employees thinking that your company is behind the curve. As a manager or CEO you're constantly trying to stay ahead of the curve, but when 65% of employees feel that their company is behind the curve - how do you address this fact?
In the video you will learn:
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