Employers are Struggling to Both Hire and Retain Labor

COVID unemployment benefits have officially expired, meaning workers strategically withholding their labor have less resources and support to do so. You’d think this would be optimistic news for employers, looking for a fresh batch of hires while facing labor shortages across industry. However, lack of proper COVID response and general dissatisfaction is giving employers another labor struggle: mass resignations.

For more context on this intersection of labor challenges, and to better understand developments in consulting, technology and work model strategies & solutions to support hiring and retention, we spoke with Natalie Pizzuto, District Manager at ADP, a leader in HR, payroll and tax management solutions. Here’re her thoughts.

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