Something has changed in the American workforce in recent years. A job offer used to be something most applicants would jump at. When you made an offer to a candidate, you could have a reasonable level of confidence that they’d accept the role.That’s no longer the case. Today, job seekers often receive multiple offers and are forced to decide which one to accept. It’s not uncommon for new hires to quit before their first day on the job.
Bridgette Morehouse has spent her entire career advocating for deskless workers. Currently the CEO and Founder of LeadHuman, Morehouse’s passion for supporting the deskless economy was instilled at an early age.
Deskless workers can be difficult to communicate with. Of course, this has nothing to do with them as employees and everything to do with the nature of their work. How can you operate in a way that ensures your deskless workers—who impact your bottom line as much as anyone—aren’t overlooked or under-communicated with?
Labor Day, held on the first Monday of September, marks the end of summer, with many taking their final trip of the season or hosting a family barbeque in celebration. But, if you ask the general public, few will be able to tell you the roots of their extended weekend, nor the deeper meaning and the impact it has on the U.S. workforce to this day.
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Everything feels like it’s in flux, and that’s led to a lot of talk about reskilling employees in today’s workforce. But is reskilling actually the answer to the challenges many businesses are facing in hiring and retaining talent?