The second year: HR shares insights on adapting as the pandemic and labor shortages continue
On the whole, companies are in better shape today than at this time in 2020.
By Scott Wooldridge|November 15, 2021 at 09:16 AM
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A new survey of HR professionals confirms that the job market remains “brutal” for companies, with 74% of respondents saying that they are struggling to hire qualified talent.
The report is from GoCo, an HR software firm, which surveyed more than 600 HR professionals, asking them how the pandemic is affecting them after more than a year, and what their plans are moving forward.
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