The Business Case For Second-Chance Hiring

If there is one thing the pandemic has taught me, it’s that “business as usual” no longer exists. Between navigating the many changes brought on by the pandemic to the current challenges of the Great Resignation, leaders in every industry are left asking “where do we go from here?”

According to the Labor Department, a record 4.4 million Americans quit their jobs in September. This was preceded by the 4.3 million workers who exited their jobs in August. With pandemic restrictions easing, wages rising to meet demand, and plenty of open positions, this trend will continue well into this new year. Job seekers are empowered to leave jobs they don’t want to pursue opportunities they do, leaving many organizations wondering how to fill those open roles.

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