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2013 Job market perspectives
2013 Job market perspectives

2012 got off to an optimistic start. From January to April, the U.S. economy averaged nearly 228,000 new jobs per month. These positive figures encouraged the nation and it seemed that the slow recovery was finally on the right path and picking up speed.

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Straight facts about Financial Reform: An overview of the Restoring American Financial Stability Act
Straight facts about Financial Reform: An overview of the Restoring American Financial Stability Act

Recently, President Obama signed into law the Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2010, the single largest overhaul of the U.S. financial regulatory system since the Great Depression. In an effort to provide a high-level overview of this historic legislation, we’ve outlined the key points.

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How to retain your employees
How to retain your employees

Does your staff have one foot out the door? If you think so, here are some proven strategies to enhance productivity, engagement, and retention.

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The new era of talent supply chain management.

Failures in talent management may be more recognizable than the concept itself. At the moment, the most common approach
to talent management in the U.S. is doing nothing — no anticipation of needs, no plans for addressing them. The arguments in this white paper offer a good framework for organizing solutions to the flow of new talent into an organization.

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Return on investment and career transition services.

Conventional thinking says that outplacement — or career
transition (CT) services — are both the right thing to do and
will also protect your organization from litigation, workplace violence and the like. This kind of primarily defensive thinking is correct and useful, but another more recent approach to the topic might be even more valuable.

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The emerging Hispanic workforce.

Hispanic employees are finding more and more ways to overcome some fundamental challenges they have been facing for years (e.g., employee verification, legal status, language barriers, education, etc.). From where we stand today, it’s clear the talent landscape has changed and Hispanic workers are an instrumental part of the 21st century workforce.

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Building competitively sustainable organizations for the 21st century.

Why do some organizations thrive, even in the face of the chaos, complexity and rapid change that mark today’s business landscape? On the other hand, why do others struggle or fail? What does it take for organizations to be competitively sustainable in terms of the triple bottom line — people, profit and planet?

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Developing leaders in challenging times for competitive advantage tomorrow.

It’s always a good time to develop leaders. The bottom line is that, over time, poor leadership may have as great an impact on the organization’s success or failure as a recession. Today’s leaders must simultaneously lead change, develop talent, address complex issues rapidly, and prepare for a different kind of future, all during an extended economic
downturn.

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Managing today’s multigenerational workforce.

Demographic trends in the United States have brought us to a unique place and time. Americans are extending their careers and, as a result, we are seeing an unprecedented phenomenon: no fewer than four generations coming together in the workplace. From Baby Boomers to Gen Y, corporations must find ways to get optimal performance from everyone in their workforce. Each generation has its own attitude and style, which leads to frequent misunderstandings among the different generations.

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Building your personal online brand.

Managing your personal brand is becoming increasingly important to advancing your career. It is also increasingly an online endeavor — and one that presents significant challenges. LinkedIn and similar social networking web sites are useful and fast becoming a necessity. This paper explores the use of a wide range of social media tools for online identity management, job search, and career advancement and makes specific recommendations for their effective use.

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Emerging leadership practices: responding to changing demands

The challenging paradox leaders are facing today is the requirement to increase performance while responding to demands to decrease the cost of doing business. Shareholders want more profit while clients want to pay less. Leaders are struggling to meet these expectations with workforces that have been diminished during the latest economic downturn and seek assistance in finding solutions to developing, engaging and retaining key talent.

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Severance & separation practices benchmark study

From HR executives to the C-suite, a regular discussion item high on the strategic agenda of most successful organizations is employing effective recruiting and retention programs. Tactics, strategies and goals are regularly reviewed, adjusted and implemented to match changing market conditions and organizational goals. While these discussions are taking place, oftentimes severance is not as much a part of the dialogue or as central of a focus, but is this a mere oversight or a much larger missed opportunity?

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7 Tips to Improve Employee Engagement and Reduce Burnout

Our country’s health facilities suffer from a terrible plague. It isn’t a flu pandemic or polio outbreak, but it is nevertheless crippling our healthcare system. The decline in practitioner engagement, coupled with an increase in nurse and physician burnout, has become a serious concern that is continuing in a negative trend. Healthcare employers must take a proactive approach and deal with this situation, before it goes too far.

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Healthcare Reform and Primary Care Shortages

America is facing a healthcare crisis of unprecedented dimension, with a number of factors contributing to the impending worker shortage. We are not alone; most of the world will face similar problems in the next 10 years, and many nations are already in crisis.

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How to Reduce Lengths of Stay at Your Hospital

Lengthy hospital stays translate into millions of dollars in expenses each year for hospitals and clinics of all size. Healthcare facilities must be very careful, however, to balance patient care needs with the incentive to clear a bed for the next patient.

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Defense Contractor Software and Mechanical Engineering

The name behind many government and military communications systems, HDTV broadcasts, wireless transmitters and secure network solutions, our client is a diversified international communications and information technology company serving government and commercial markets in more than 150 countries. With a vital need to fill software and mechanical engineering positions for a classified contract, this engineering/defense contractor turned to Beeline Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) for a plan of attack.

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Engineering Defense

Our client, in this case, is a division of one of the world’s largest, global, fully integrated engineering, construction and technical services firms. Highly regarded as a top-tier contractor to the U.S. federal government, our client serves every branch of the Department of Defense, as well as the Department of Homeland Security, NASA and other federal agencies. Focused on providing systems engineering and technical assistance to develop weapons systems and extend the life of military vehicles, aircraft and other military equipment, our client also provides logistics support and installation management services, military pilot training, homeland security preparedness, global threat reduction programs, and much more.

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Finance Business Process & IT Support Global Public Sector

One of the six global accounting, tax and business advisory organizations with member firms in more than 100 countries and over 50 U.S. offices, our client is recognized for providing the highest quality service to public and private clients around the world. In this case, Beeline Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) supported the organization’s Global Public Sector group serving government agencies including the U.S. Army, Department of Defense, Department of Transportation, USPTO, FAA and Fannie Mae.

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National Security Civil Government and Global Health Sector

Our client, in this case, solves complex problems of worldwide significance for clients in national security, civil government and global health. With three decades of experience, they deliver the expert knowledge, technical tools and solutions that governments, agencies and companies need to improve performance, reduce costs and risks, introduce enterprise efficiencies and enhance human health.

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