It is no secret that the landscape of the US workforce is constantly changing, particularly in the wake of the global pandemic and as millions have quit their jobs – a movement deemed “The Great Resignation.” Now, over a decade since the economy endured one of the worst recessions in American history, market analytics show we could be headed in that direction again.
Nearly two years into a global pandemic, the world faces an unprecedented set of hiring challenges.
Skills gaps loom large, leading to significant shortages of qualified job-seekers in a number of industries.
Workers are switching jobs in record numbers in order to find work that aligns both with their personal values and their desired career trajectories.
Artificial intelligence offers solutions to many of these problems.
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Maybe not right away. It is highly likely that your initial investment will not be on building an HR team. However, if you are looking for success, there are some things you must pay attention to in the early days. Success for a startup can range from wanting to be acquired by a larger organization, wanting to turn profitable in ‘x’ years or grow in size or offerings. Whatever your definition of success, do not forget to keep your eyes on some basics.
1. Build a vision statement