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.

2017 Talent Trend Predictions

Based on insights from recruitment experts around the globe, the Futurestep division of Korn Ferry shared its 2017 predictions for talent acquisition. The list reflects trends that have emerged during the past 12 months as well as those predicted to dominate during the coming year. According to Futurestep CEO Byrne Mulrooney, there is a common theme that ties together the


Massive Shift to Contract Employment Underway

By 2025, most workers (70 percent) and employers (68 percent) agree that a majority of the workforce will be employed in an ‘agile capacity’ (i.e. contractor, consultant, temp worker or freelancer), according to a study released by Randstad US, one of the largest HR services and staffing companies in the U.S. ‘The Workplace 2025‘ report peers into


6 Top Workforce Trends for 2017

Many of the workplace trends prevalent in 2016, such as maximizing talent analytics and improving the candidate experience, will continue to resonate in 2017. But others are emerging that demand new ways of managing and planning for the future. Successful businesses adapt to new market demands, the changing workforce and ever-evolving technology. They have to.


Yahoo! HR Leader Examines the ‘Gravitational Pull’ of Employee Engagement

Employee engagement forms the foundation of many talent acquisition leaders’ approach to human capital. Engagement binds employees to an organization’s core values and its purpose. And it is engagement that puts people first, front and center, as an integral part of corporate business strategy.  Employee engagement first appeared as a concept in management theory about


Working With Millennials: What Makes Millennials Tick (Podcast 3/10)

In this third podcast episode of our 10-part podcast series, ‘Working with Millennials,’ we feature another highly informative discussion with Smooch Reynolds, DHR International’s global investor relations and communications practice group leader. According to Ms. Reynolds, if this generation holds true to their passions and interests then as a result four years from now they will


How Millennials Will Shape Politics & the Workplace

Hunt Scanlon’s analysis of the 2016 Millennial electorate suggests that the youth turnout remained about the same as in 2012. Nothing, it seems, in the recent election cycle excited this important demographic group to get out their vote. The presidency is now set for the next four years, and for Millennials – like everyone else


This Feeder Function Puts HR Leaders on Fast Track to CHRO

In building Tower Consultants, Ltd. into a leading executive search boutique dedicated to human resources with an emphasis in the total rewards sector, Donna Friedman and Chris Rose never deviated from an original blueprint first laid out in 1988. As their specialized recruitment brand expanded, they both have remained true to its roots. Today, a


CHRO: Successor to the CEO

In this ‘Talent Talks’ podcast episode, Jason Hanold, CEO and managing partner of Hanold Associates, a specialist boutique focused on HR officer search and board recruiting, discusses with us the CHRO’s rise to the C-suite and the CEO / CHRO relationship. But changing times have helped to elevate the position to new heights. The CHRO, of course,


Why Talent Engagement Is More Important Than Ever

To say that competition for talent is high is an understatement. In today’s candidate-driven hiring climate, companies big and small are all vying for the same limited resource: quality candidates. And while candidate experience and employee value proposition certainly influence an organization’s ability to hire top talent, the more immediate challenge is something most recruiters haven’t had


Failure to Develop, Engage and Retain Talent Is Growing

Businesses are not in tune with their employees’ perceptions of engagement, training and career development, according to a just-released survey of human resource executives conducted by talent management solutions provider Saba. The survey indicated the need for consistent employee feedback across age groups and genders in order to gain an accurate measure of engagement across an entire


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