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We are seeing a huge gap between the unemployed and the unfilled vacancies globally. In the U.S. only, 8 million Americans are unemployed and actively searching for employment, but an estimated 6 million U.S. jobs remain unfulfilled. In Germany, last year there was an average of 2,5 million Germans unemployed and about 650,000 unfilled vacancies.  This trend accentuated during COVID and will continue to grow since companies can’t fill those positions because the conventional recruitment...

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How good are you at leading a remote team? That’s a dilemma countless managers are facing these days –maybe knowing this will become a permanent practice. Managing employees remotely is much harder than handling people who come to the office daily. Therefore resulting in failed work-from-home experiments, leading to believe this isn’t a good working scenario. Nowadays leaders are facing many challenges and going through major transformations to succeed in a new digital economy. These are...

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With a solid 10-year experience of recruiting for Turkish companies and foreign companies in Turkey, Catenon consolidates its value proposition of effective digital recruitment and other innovative talent solutions, with a partnership with Runmate Consultancy. The Turkish market has always been of interest to the international company, which this year marks 20 years revolutionizing the acquisition of talent based on data technology. As is happening in most markets, the demand for skilled talent is increasing at the...

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It’s been a difficult time, but it has shone a bright light on issues that needed to improve. The COVID-19 pandemic forced us to abandon former habits and follow new, socially distant ones. And perhaps— just perhaps — they will bring a permanent, meaningful change. It’s hard to predict what’s going to happen when this is over, but we are hopeful that companies will make sustainable changes to permanently become as positive and empathetic towards...