Career Insights

Ezayo has one of the most comprehensive global news networks in the talent management field. Our primary news feed – ‘Insights’ – provides up-to-the-minute coverage on a sector that is highly evolving and in transition. Ezayo editorial staff monitors the latest trends in careers via articles, surveys and podcasts. Here is some of our latest thinking.

Leveraging Talent Relationships

This podcast episode features a short Q&A with CEO Keith Mullin, of Mullin International, a global outplacement & redeployment firm. Based in New York City, Mullin is a trusted leader in assisting companies engaged in critical management changes. Under Keith’s stewardship, Mullin brings a multi-dimensional approach to workforce redeployment, weaving 36 years of experience with 21st century

Why ‘Boomerang Employees’ Might Be In Your Future

The way companies and their employee’s part ways has completely changed. Although job-hopping is at an all-time high, employers today understand that loyalty doesn’t necessarily go away when employees walk out the door. According to just-released analytics from global outplacement and redeployment firm Mullin International, leveraging talent relationships is now seen as critical to the job search

Discovering the Leaders of Tomorrow

  This podcast episode features a short Q&A with Mark Oppenheimer, group chief commercial & innovation officer for global talent consultancy boutique Marlin Hawk. Based in New York City, Mark is the chief architect behind his firm’s vision and just-launched candidate assessment analytics tool. As Mark points out, organizations everywhere are looking for better ways

Working With Millennials: Why Millennials Are In the Driver’s Seat (Podcast 1/10)

Smooch Reynolds is one of the most respected C-suite executive recruiters in the country. She’s currently global investor relations and communications practice group leader with DHR International. She’s been an IR and communications functional search expert for more than 20 years, and before that she was, herself, a chief communications officer. During the last 15

Here Are Five Types of Millennials You Need to Know

September 30, 2016 – Millennials have surpassed baby boomers in the United States as the largest living generation, according to population estimates released by the U.S. Census Bureau. Defined as those born roughly between 1983 and 2000, they are a generation worldwide that is changing everything — from work and spending patterns to the adoption of new technology,

In a Three Generational Workforce, Baby Boomers Provide the Backbone

Baby Boomers, those born between 1946 and 1964, are still some the most motivated and driven members of the workforce, according to a newly released survey by the Futurestep division of Korn Ferry. Interestingly, the survey revealed that Baby Boomers will be working for far longer following the global recession. As a result, businesses should expect to have

Top Hurdles for Finding and Retaining Top Talent

Low pay is the top reason why applicants turn down jobs, while lack of advancement opportunities is the main reason employees leave jobs, according to a just-released survey of businesses released by Express Employment Professionals. The report was designed to reveal the hurdles that stop applicants from accepting jobs, as well as the top reasons employees leave

As Labor Market Tightens, Hiring Mistakes Take Center Stage

Within the executive, managerial and professional sector, hiring authorities are frequently making key mistakes that are hampering not only their ability to hire, but also their employer brand and retention rates, according to an employment landscape survey just completed by MRINetwork. The report reveals that lengthy hiring practices and misconceptions about what motivates top candidates to make a job

Common Pitfalls That Will Hinder Any Career Search

With job prospects improving, workers are looking to greener pastures, but simple mistakes in the application process may be holding them back from landing a new opportunity, according to a recent survey conducted by CareerBuilder and Harris Poll. The survey included a representative sample of 3,244 full-time workers across all industries and company sizes. Most Common Job

More Than Half of U.S. Employees Are Seeking New Jobs

Sixty three percent of full time employees are looking for a new job, this according to a new report, ‘Competition for Talent in the U.S.,’ released by iCIMS. Employees spanning all generations are looking at industries outside of the current one they are working within for new opportunities. The top industries candidates are considering migrating to

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