How to Attract Top-Tier Candidates During the Great Resignation

By Jeff Herzog, President of FPC National Ah, how the tables have turned! The Great Resignation, also known as the Big Quit, is upon us. High performers are resigning in droves and employers are scrambling to fill critical roles in this rapidly evolving job market. Gone (for now, anyway) are the days when companies placed…

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Committing to DE&I? Here Are 4 Diversity and Inclusion KPIs to Measure

Without a doubt, diversity, equity, and inclusion are top priorities for most organizations. However, the challenge lies in measuring the impact of these DE&I efforts and communicating this impact to the stakeholders. In the absence of a robust method to track DE&I efforts and outcomes, it’s easy for biases to unconsciously perpetuate workplace inequality, thus…

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Re-Opening After the Pandemic: What Are The Changes We Can Expect?

When the pandemic started, companies were forced to close their offices and in many cases lay off employees. Now that the pandemic is receding, how are companies tackling re-opening? In this fifth video, our panelists discuss the kinds of changes that we’re seeing companies make as they adapt to office life and hybrid working post-pandemic.…

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Keeping Employees Engaged and Productive in the Pandemic

The pandemic has taken a toll on many of us. We’ve been juggling work and home life, leading to fatigue for some. It’s not surprising that the number one complaint among employees is lack of sleep. This blog post will focus on how we can keep our employees engaged and productive as things start to…

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“You’re On Mute”

Mistakes Made During the Video Interview Process By Jeff Herzog, President of FPC National Since the pandemic began, videoconferencing has transformed the way employers interview candidates. And while this technology has the potential to streamline the interview process, reduce costs, and broaden the candidate pool, it is also fraught with challenges and hurdles. In the…

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How Employers’ Perspectives on Remote Working Have Changed

The rising acceptance of remote working by employers – and the expectation of remote working options being on the table for employees – is one of the key shifts to have come about because of the pandemic. We recently hosted a panel debate with several business leaders from a variety of industries, to try and…

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The Biggest Candidate Shortages As We Emerge From The Pandemic

The world of work has changed drastically during the pandemic. The shift in labor force participation rates, changes to how people spend their time outside of work, and the changing nature of employment have all led to major shifts in the way that we live our lives and view our employers. While some changes are…

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How The World of Work Has Changed During the Pandemic

The world of work has changed drastically during the pandemic. The shift in labor force participation rates, changes to how people spend their time outside of work, and the changing nature of employment have all led to major shifts in the way that we live our lives and view our employers. While some changes are…

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Leveraging Job References to Boost Your Candidacy

By Steve Margalit, FPC Many job seekers view the process of providing references to prospective employers as a burden. They see this task as a potential landmine that could only hurt their chances of landing their next job. But this is the wrong way to view references; candidates need to see their references as an…

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