Businessmen on shipAs more companies start to recognize the areas where they can hire or re-hire employees, the competition for this new talent will become fierce. (Image: Shutterstock)

Talent acquisition has been a tricky game for many years. It’s hard for companies to find genuine talent that will stay committed and loyal to their organizations. To encourage potential hires to have continued interest with their company, employers have been building their brand and a work environment that makes employees feel welcomed and fulfilled.

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As companies adjust to operating during the COVID-19 pandemic, the coming months will shed new light on areas of growth for industries and companies alike, and employers will enter a new environment for talent acquisition. What can help an organization stand out among others that are also hiring?

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