Innovative hiring practices make the most of a diverse work force, by helping employers look at their needs — and potential job candidates — in new ways.
Person: AJ Tibando
A Research Money conference panel heard that the difficulty many companies have in find good employees may be less about a lack of candidates are more about taking a different look at the wider pool of talent available to them.
The disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has created the perfect conditions to consider new, innovative approaches to rapidly upskill and redeploy domestic talent, say AJ Tibando and Arvind Gupta, the executive director and the CEO of Palette Skills, respectively, in an opinion piece.
A new national not-for-profit called Palette is developing a training platform to help mid-career workers whose jobs are threatened by automation transition to the jobs of the future.