“Without data you’re just another person with an opinion.”
W. Edwards Deming
The labor market has rebounded from its pandemic-induced slump with remarkable speed and formidable force. Amid labor shortages and rapid wage growth, HR departments get creative in order to fill vacancies. What lies ahead and what to expect in 2022? To answer these questions, we offer the following webinar content.
This presentation will examine statistical data that exhibits changes in the U.S. labor market and explore human resources practices that need immediate re-adjustments to match labor market transformation.
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