Where Did All The Workers Go!?

Tim Sackett Recruiting, Talent Acquisition 2 Comments

The BLS labor stats came out recently, and it’s a bit perplexing for even us industry folks of what is happening to workers. The labor participation rate prior to the pandemic was around 63.3% and in the most recent month, it fell another .1% to 61.6%. Also, most experts predicted that job growth would be robust around 500K additional jobs, …

The HR Famous Podcast: E9 – For HR Leaders, “1” is the Loneliest Number

Kris Dunn Change Management, COVID-19, Employee Relations, Good HR, HR, Leadership, The HR Famous Podcast

In Episode 9 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Jessica Lee and Tim Sackett (Temporarily “Furloughed” from HR Famous, KD) come together and talk about what it’s like to be an HR Leader during the COVID-19 Crisis. The team talks about how home/work life has changed for them the last month and the importance of finding …

Fake News or Just BS ? Why You Should Be Skeptical of Generation-Bashing Workplace Surveys

John Hollon Generations, John Hollon

Why are so many people so into generation bashing today? For years, I’ve heard people gripe about the shortcomings of the Millennial generation, as if Gen X and the Baby Boomers (of which I am one) are somehow perfect and didn’t have their own challenges. I’ve written this before, but I’m sick and tired of the non-stop drumbeat that Millennials …