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The Three Biggest Trends Impacting the Labor Shortage

Today’s post comes to us from Workforce Institute Executive Director, Dr. Chris Mullen, Ph.D., SHRM-SCP, SPHR and includes a conversation featuring Workforce Institute board members John Frehse and Bob Clements.

We’re pleased to present the eighth episode from the “Leadership in the Labor Shortage” series — also known as “No Suits, No Slides.” In this episode, I’m joined by Workforce Institute advisory board members John Frehse, senior managing director at Ankura, and Bob Clements, president of Axsium Group.

Today’s conversation is all about the empowered workforce, as in the leverage workers have gained in the Great Resignation era. What are the three biggest trends impacting the labor shortage, what do they mean for people looking for new jobs, and what can employers do to ensure they retain their best performers all while continuing to recruit top candidates?

Throughout the discussion, we offer some impactful ways companies can attract and retain employees, and how technology can help maximize your effectiveness, especially at scale.

If you missed any episodes from the “No Suits, No Slides” series, you can view the entire lineup of episodes via the links below.

Episode 1: Hiring, Turnover, and the Economy
Episode 2: Where Did All the Workers Go? How Can We Get Them Back?
Episode 3:
How Meaningful ESG Drives Performance: Part One
Episode 4: How Meaningful ESG Drives Performance: Part Two
Episode 5: Showing Gratitude for the Frontline Workforce
Episode 6:
What Can Organizations Do About the Ongoing Labor Shortage?
Episode 7: Why Organizations Should Care About Belonging, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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