Nearly 40 HR leaders from across the Greater Cincinnati region gathered virtually to talk about some of the key talent trends affecting organizations this year.
It’s no secret that the pandemic has led many of us to reflect on our priorities and consider new career paths. For some, this has led to exploring the nonprofit sector. “Maybe I can find something that has more meaning and still leverages my skillset.”
The talent landscape continues to be volatile and challenging. While jobs are plentiful and compensation has increased, turnover is up, the unemployment rate has stayed relatively high, and the labor participation rate is lower than expected.
Nearly 40 senior human resources leaders from across Ohio and Northern Kentucky joined Gilman Partners’ HR Practice Group for a roundtable discussion on diversity, equity and inclusion.
Gilman Partners’ HR Practice Team hosted a virtual roundtable discussion with more than 30 human resources leaders from across the Greater Cincinnati region. The group’s discussion focused on two areas – making hybrid/remote work successful and trends in employee benefits that attract and retain talent. Read highlights from the conversation.
The Gilman Partners Nonprofit Leadership Practice team hosted a roundtable discussion with nonprofit leaders from across the Greater Cincinnati region to talk about retaining talent in their organizations. Read some of the highlights from the conversation that focused on workplace flexibility, rising salaries, and trending employee benefits.
Despite a national unemployment rate hovering around six percent, employers in nearly every industry report they are struggling to find employees to fill open positions. Though there is no single solution to finding and attracting talent, there are some steps organizations can take to increase success in this candidate-driven labor market.
CEO Roundtable Recap: Here’s what CEOs are Saying about Attracting and Retaining Talent in Today’s Job Market
Gilman Partners hosted a roundtable with CEOs from across the region to talk about the current state of hiring and talent, what organizations are doing to attract and retain employees, and what trends leaders expect to see in the coming months.
This morning, more than 30 HR leaders from across the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky region met virtually to discuss the challenges they’re facing with recruiting hourly workers as well as the successful, innovative ideas that have worked for them.
Gilman Partners hosted a virtual roundtable with manufacturing operations leaders throughout the region to talk about how business has started so far in 2021, how they handled the challenges of 2020, and what they anticipate for the remainder of the year. Here were some of the key takeaways.
HR Roundtable Recap:
Strategies for Recruiting and Retaining Talent in 2022
- Mar 21, 2022
Are You Ready for a Career Change to Nonprofit?
- Feb 15, 2022
2022 Talent Trends:
Best practices for retaining talent in the ever-shifting labor market
- Jan 13, 2022
HR Roundtable Recap: Fostering Inclusion and Belonging in the Workplace
- Dec 07, 2021
HR Leaders Share Thoughts on Hybrid Work and Employee Benefit Trends
- Aug 06, 2021