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Essentials: The Right Hiring Fit
The Great Resignation might be over, but talent professionals say that finding the right people for the right role has never been more difficult. Some organizations are trying to expand their talent pools. Others need to build better development opportunities. Throw new salary-transparency rules in the mix, and hiring managers have a lot of work on their hands.
In this Essentials, Korn Ferry looks at the biggest challenges and opportunities organizations face in finding high-potential recruits and, hopefully, keeping their top performers engaged.
In a surprising twist, nearly one-third of employees who get a promotion quit within the next month.
Firms are struggling with new pay-disclosure laws that are upsetting candidates and employees. How to make a tough change in a delicate area.
The 2023 edition of Korn Ferry and Fortune’s most respected organizations is out. Most of the firms emphasize this business practice far more than their peers do.
Despite glowing job reviews for older applicants, hiring managers still favor younger ones, a new report shows.
Experts debate how much—or how little—the justices’ ruling on affirmative action could alter three years of diversity efforts.
Already tasked with enforcing new office and productivity edicts, a growing number are getting laid off, docked pay, or demoted. Why is there a target on their backs?
New research suggests new hires are deciding to bolt at a superfast clip these days. Why is onboarding not working?
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