With a little creativity, manufacturers can appeal to a wide range of potential talent that have never considered the industry.
As companies attempt to rehire and recover from the last two years, they're all trying to comprehend why some of their talented employees are pursuing new opportunities that often don't appear to be better (in terms of pay or advancement possibilities) than their current roles.
With nearly eleven million positions currently open in the U.S. job market, companies are struggling to deal with the significant shortage of labor.1
The Great Resignation of 2021 is creating a candidate market right now, and the business world is collectively gobsmacked at the increased turnover it's experiencing. This turnover really shouldn't come as a surprise, though: people are thinking about "value" in their work lives today just as they always have.
Improving workplace diversity and inclusion entails more than hiring more women, BIPOC, nonbinary, or neurodiverse employees, however.