For years, talent acquisition professionals have warned of imminent talent shortages due to changing job demands and more people exploring the economy of concerts and other unconventional ways of working. The COVID pandemic turned out to be the major accelerator of the shortage and the Great Resignation ensured its lasting impact. But even before the…

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People after the beloved children’s TV show Sesame Street have announced new materials to help Afghan and Ukrainian children and their families displaced by dual crises cope with the trauma of being forced to flee to a new country. The new resources, from Sesame Workshop, are in the form of videos and other content aimed…

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For a long time I have loved the gorgeous Samsung Frame TV, which functions as a digital photo frame with access to more than 1400 works of art. The prospect of having the entire public domain hanging in my living room is infinitely appealing. So when Aura Frames, a 10-year-old New York-based company that makes…

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Uncle Sam is feeling alive! After several years of taking a relatively weak approach to auditing wealthy taxpayers, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has apparently turned a new leaf under Biden administration. As such, it is increasing implementation, and it has doubling Audit rates for revenue categories over $ 100,000 over the last seven months.…

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Most of Axon’s ethics board has resigned over the company’s quick idea for a Taser-equipped drone, quickly knocking down the most prominent advisory panel in the police technology industry. Following the shooting at a school in Uvalde, Texas, Axon announced last week plans to mount its Taser weapons on autonomous drones in order to stop…

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The phenomenon of the pandemic era known as the “Great Resignation” has seen millions of employees voluntarily quit their jobs. In January 2022 alone, about 4.3 million workers left, adding to the 48 million who quit their jobs in 2021, according to data from the Labor Bureau. As reported in a Jobslist survey, some common…

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Beginner level workers have always required a high level of training and supervision, but many companies have required unable to adapt successfully boarding processes of these employees for a remote environment. For entry-level employees, communicating with managers and building friendships with their team has become more difficult. With human resource teams under greater pressure than…

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This article has been republished with permission from Wonder Tools, a newsletter that helps you discover the most useful sites and applications. Subscribe here. A padlet is a digital bulletin board. It is a simple canvas to add, organize and share information. It can be used flexibly for almost any purpose, from gathering ideas in…

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One may be an expert in the design and construction of swimming pools, but that does not make him an excellent swimmer. This was the first lesson I learned when I made a major career transition from VC to CEO. After a few years at the Bay Area venture capital firms, I had decided to…

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This year, the contestants on the TV show Island of Love will dress a little with second-hand clothing rather than new clothing – an orientation away from fast fashion that can influence fans’ more environmentally conscious shopping habits. The beloved reality show will be back on television this week, and with it, a range of…

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