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Aviation Talent Loyalty Programs: New Sources for Acquiring Talent?

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A Guide to Upskilling America’s Frontline Workers

The US economy is continuing to experience a strong recovery and is creating millions of jobs along the way. But still, there are not enough skilled workers to fill these jobs. In fact, as of January 2015, five million jobs remained unfilled in the United States.1 Employers consistently report they are facing a major skills shortage challenge. Thirty-six percent of employers report that a lack of employee skills has resulted in problems for their organization…

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A Cross-Industry Approach to Foundational Skills: Common Employability Skills

Today, employers in every industry sector emphasize the need for employees with certain foundational skills. These include, a strong academic grounding in reading and math, as well as individual abilities such as teamwork, problem solving, work ethic and integrity. While employers rely on employees to have the same basic skills, they do not always talk about or label them the same way. This makes it difficult for prospective employees and educators to know exactly what…

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5 Myths of Supplying Talent Through a Third-Party Provider Model

Whether you are a recruiter, an HR outsourcing firm or a niche talent supplier, this paper outlines the key issues and misconceptions of delivering your service through a third-party versus directly to an employer. While many talent management agencies still provide their services directly to clients, third-party programs are becoming more common in developed and rapidly emerging economies. The “third-party” model for managing talent falls into a number of different categories, including those managed by…

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