Agility: Now Rule #1 for Remunerative Remote Hiring

Half the job applicants in the world will now and forever be asking for a remote option. That demand will bottleneck traditional hiring funnels – already burdened with recruitment plans and budgets, and laborious recruiter-to-candidate and recruiter-to-management orchestration – and require all but c-suite-level management to practice agile, hands-on source and hire. Procedural change is

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Altruism is In – This is How the Remote Workforce Will Fix the World

Sixty percent of companies worldwide avoided layoffs and increased profits by going remote early in 2020. Overnight, the remote workforce employment model changed how we will work forever. Now, remote will save your organization’s economy, and the world’s. For two years, my self-funded vision was to help the “remote disenfranchised” find virtual and mobile jobs

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COVID-19 Has Just Solved Military Spouse Unemployment and Underemployment: 62% of You Can Be Working Remotely by 2021

Finally, a global change in the way companies staff their teams that will employ the three quarters of military spouses that do not have jobs, or do not earn above the poverty level. COVID-19 forced the business world to embrace remote, dispersed and distributed teams, and it will never revert to the commute-to-career model. Remote

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Effective Remote Employee and Team Leadership: Be an Adaptive Leader vs. a Mechanical One

Let’s start this discussion of mechanical leadership (activity focused) vs. adaptive leadership (outcome focused) by giving ourselves permission to accept that not all leaders can be both; that is, not all mechanical leaders can become adaptive, or vice versa. And that’s not a problem! If a diverse management team and their groups are aligned to

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