Category: HR Professionals

Featured Image: Onsite vs. Remote. That is the big discussion happening in many companies.

Onsite vs. Remote. That is the big discussion happening in many companies.

The global pandemic has forced companies to allow their employees to work remotely over the past few months. Some have thrived in a remote environment while others have faced challenges. As states begin to slowly loosen restrictions, the question becomes, “do we go back to how things were before?” Do we keep people remote?  Is there […]

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Free SkillSoft Courses

These are challenging times and TalentBridge wants to help. Through our partnership with Career Partners International, TalentBridge is a preferred provider of SkillSoft and we are offering for a limited-time, complimentary access to SkillSoft Business Continuity Package. This package provides education on Virtual Teams and Business Continuity due to changes caused by COVID-19. From now until June […]

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Onboarding Remotely

A good onboarding process can be critical to win over new employees as it’s the true “first impression” as a new employee. It’s an opportunity to engage and make them feel a part of a great organization. However, a bad onboarding experience can lead to employees jumping to premature conclusion or possibly leaving the job […]

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Let Us Help You Bridge the Gap

This has been a challenging  time for many people across the country. We want to be there to help. TalentBridge is committed to our mission of transforming the lives and communities we serve now more than ever.   If you have been effected as a result of COVID-19, we would like to offer assistance. We […]

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Featured Image: Upskilling: What Does it Mean for Employers Filling Open Positions?

Upskilling: What Does it Mean for Employers Filling Open Positions?

You may have heard of upskilling in the context of training your current workforce in new technology and evolving digital skills, but this practice can also help widen the field of candidates as you fill new positions.   How many times have you interviewed a candidate who doesn’t check every box as far as technical […]

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Featured Image: Breaking Free from Title Bias on Resumes

Breaking Free from Title Bias on Resumes

We live in an era of job title creativity. Who wouldn’t want to be known as a “happiness engineer,” an “innovation alchemist,” or a “time ninja?” It’s all just a part of quirky company culture…until you start to look for your next job. Both recruiters and candidates are experiencing a new set of challenges as […]

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Featured Image: The Biases Behind Candidate Selection and How to Avoid Them

The Biases Behind Candidate Selection and How to Avoid Them

The way employers choose employees has changed over time and continues to evolve. Over the past century we’ve seen great improvement in the shift from hiring decisions inadvertently being made on unconscious biases to more objective factors like IQ test results. More recently, competencies listed on a well-formatted resume and the untapped potential interviewers see […]

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Featured Image: Three Things You Need to Know When Recruiting Gen Z Employees

Three Things You Need to Know When Recruiting Gen Z Employees

For the past several years employers have been focused on the needs of Millennial employees, and rightfully so–since the early 2010s, Millennials have been the largest generation in the workforce. But they are not the youngest generation in the workforce anymore. The oldest members of Generation Z are in their early twenties and they make […]

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Featured Image: The Importance of Employee Onboarding

The Importance of Employee Onboarding

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ April employment report, the rate of unemployment is at a 50-year low (3.6 percent). As a result, companies have to work harder than ever to attract and retain qualified employees. One way to improve retention rates is through the onboarding process. In order for new employees to be […]

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Featured Image: What the Latest U.S. Jobs Report Means for Hiring

What the Latest U.S. Jobs Report Means for Hiring

In a huge contrast to January’s gain of 304,000 jobs, the U.S. Bureau of Statistics’ (BLS) monthly jobs report for February showed the U.S. labor market added only 20,000 total nonfarm jobs last month. Unemployment sits at a very low 3.8 percent (it hit a 50-year low in November at 3.7 percent) which means that […]

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