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The Global Workforce Crisis  9/11/2014

Labor Supply ForecastBCG’s analysis of workforce trends worldwide through 2030. “Crisis” refers to current and pending imbalances in many countries, some of them already severe, between labor supply and demand.

BCG is a top tier consulting firm whose worldwide practice in 45 countries focuses on business strategy. Their research and client work—often with the world’s largest companies—has led them to identify human capital as a crisis issue that is “scarcely noted, let alone managed.”

BCG identifies human capital and invested capital as the keys to economic prosperity, regardless of whether the entity is private or public...

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2014 Workforce Talent Job Seeker Survey  9/4/2014

graphMonster’s annual report on who’s in the job market, why they are there, how they view the marketplace, what they value, what frustrates them, and what they seek.

The report summarizes survey responses from 1100 active job seekers in Monster’s database representing three populations: employed, unemployed and re-entry. The general mood across all groups appears to be one of restlessness coupled with mild confidence and frustration.

For employers anxious to retain talent, there are numerous red flags...

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Employment Screening Benchmarks  8/21/2014

Most common background checks graphThe 7th edition of HireRight’s annual report on employment screening benchmarks for background, drug & alcohol, health, I-9 management and employment eligibility verification

Most employers screen applicants to eliminate from the recruiting funnel bad apples (violence, theft, criminal, drugs), and poor apples (resume misrepresentations,  inadequate qualifications, poor work performance), and to manage regulatory risks (employee eligibility)

The report covers a good deal of ground: trends and challenges, program design, screening policies, program leadership and structure, and best practices for various screening categories. It’s a “who’s doing what” report, not a “how to do it better” report.

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