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Workers and Employers Wield Different Tools to Win the Labor Shortage

  Even though recent reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics point to rising rates in workers going back to their jobs, influenced in part by the end of COVID Read more

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Workforce Education Will Be Industrialized Construction’s Path to Success
September 28, 2021
It is projected that by 2035, most buildings will be constructed by industrialized construction. This should be a point of optimism for the industry; IC allows manufacturing and construction to merge, which Read more
Creating Future Ready Schools: Beyond the Classroom
September 28, 2021
   On this episode of Beyond the Classroom, Host Tyler Kern discussed future-ready learning with Ron Stefanski, Executive Director, Strategic Partnerships at Centric Learning, and Dr. Kevin Brown, Read more
Houses of Worship Take Center Stage at CFX 2021
September 27, 2021
This week, Tradeshow TV powered by InfoComm and MarketScale, we take a look at the House of Worship market at the Church Facilities Expo in Dallas, to touch base on how this live events market adjusted its AV Read more
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Workers and Employers Wield Different Tools to Win the Labor Shortage
September 22, 2021
  Even though recent reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics point to rising rates in workers going back to their jobs, influenced in part by the end of COVID Read more
As Unemployment Benefits Expire, How Can Businesses Bring Workers Back?
September 10, 2021
COVID's economic and material disruptions gave many workers, across the blue- and white-collar spectrum, the tools to better analyze what they don't like about their work lives. Read more
New US Jobless Claims Fall to 375,000, as Nearly 3 Million Americans Remain Unemployed
August 13, 2021
  For the third week in a row, initial jobless claims declined as the United States' labor market continues to recover from the 2020 recession. On August 12, the Labor Read more
Optimizing Staffing in a Dynamic Operation
July 19, 2021
Highmark Health’s Mike Tracy joins host Sergio Reyes to help listeners navigate an ever-more-complex labor landscape.   Staffing and recruiting are difficult Read more
An Update on the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill
July 16, 2021
As Washington looks to pass a new infrastructure bill to fund a variety of projects, it will certainly impact many industries. The bill seems to be on the move, but where do Read more
Trends in Automation and Workforce – Manufacturing’s Job Crisis
July 16, 2021
Historically, there's been a careful balance between automation and human labor in the workforce. Automation has the potential to vault productivity forward, but it also has the potential to Read more
Upskilling Strategies That Work
January 29, 2021
  The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on the nation's economy, with 13.6 million Americans out of work in August 2020. According to McKinsey, even before Read more
Albertsons Cuts its Delivery Workforce: What This Means for Gig Workers & Grocers
January 14, 2021
The second largest grocery chain in the U.S., Albertsons, has officially ended its in-house delivery program for select locations, with plans to partner with third-party delivery Read more
Taking On ‘Toxic Turnover’ in the Modern Restaurant Industry
October 6, 2020
  On this episode of The Main Course with host Barbara Castiglia, ShiftPixy CEO Scott Absher outlined how his company is making staffing, particularly in the modern gig economy, Read more