These were the top Talent Economy stories from the week of September 11-15, 2017:
Talent10x: Amazon’s 2nd Headquarters; Equifax Breach; Firms Move to Poach Underemployed Workers: Workforce’s Rick Bell is back to talk workplace lessons from the Equifax data breach, Amazon’s search for a second headquarters and more on the latest episode of Talent10x. Listen here or subscribe to Talent10x on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or Tunein.
Are Millennials Really Job Hoppers?: The narrative of the job-hopping millennial is only partially true, writes Associate Editor Lauren Dixon.
What Is (and Isn’t) Employer Branding?: Establishing a distinct employer brand is paramount in today’s recruiting landscape. But it’s important for leaders to have the right impression of what an employer brand is — and isn’t — before they get started, writes Talent Economy Influencer James Ellis.
Firing Founders for Future Success: As a business grows, leadership will need different skills. If they won’t keep pace with changes to the business model, it’s time for a change in leadership. Associate Editor Lauren Dixon has the full story.
These are the top talent stories from around the web that we’re reading for Friday, September 15, 2017:
Google now faces both a class action lawsuit and a Department of Labor investigation about sex discrimination in the workplace, reports Reuters.
Employers likely favor men not because of overt discrimination, but due to unconscious biases, writes Quartz.
Virtual reality for training can be effective, but it can also make the job look much better than actual reality, according to Wired.
The dark side of networking is that those outside of our network are at a disadvantage, reports The Atlantic.
Finally, this pizza company CEO has a plan to share company profits with employees through digital currency, writes Business Insider.
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