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SkillUp | July 13, 2020
American workers who have been laid off or furloughed in the wake of COVID-19 have a new resource to access training and employment opportunities, thanks to an ambitious initiative launched today by a collaborative team of training and education providers, employers, technology companies, job readiness nonprofits, and philanthropies. The nonprofit SkillUp Coalition will provide displaced frontline workers with opportunities to build new skills that help them secure in-demand jobs with promising ...
Randstad Sourceright | January 20, 2021
Even amid record high unemployment rates across the world because of the COVID-19 pandemic, talent scarcity remains a significant challenge for businesses. As per the 2021 Talent Trends Report released by Randstad Sourceright, 40% of human capital leaders report that talent scarcity has adversely affected their organization – the most elevated all out in the previous five years.
In view of a review of 850 C-suite and human capital leaders in 17 business sectors across the wo...
LiveHire | May 18, 2022
LiveHire (LVH:ASX) the global provider of Total Talent and Direct Sourcing Technology & SaaS platform and Viventis Search Asia, a leading executive search and human capital consulting firm in Asia-Pacific (APAC), formally announced a strategic partnership that helps leading and forward-thinking organisations in South East Asia transform their Talent Acquisition strategy and technology stack.
Since its founding in 2001, Viventis Search Asia has evolved from providing traditiona...
HR Dive | March 31, 2020
U.S. employers could see their healthcare costs increase between 4% and 7% in 2020 due to COVID-19 treatment and testing costs, according to the results of a Willis Towers Watson actuarial analysis of self-funded employers released March 26. The results assume a 30% infection level of COVID-19, but Willis Towers Watson noted that the actual cost increase depends on how sick those infected with the disease become. Costs may increase further should the pandemic's U.S. impact be more severe: a ...
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