Labor and Insights September 2018 eNewsletter
Labor and Insights September 2018 eNewsletter


Are You Suffering From Disappearing Candidates?
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Vol. IV, Issue IX
Are You Suffering From Disappearing Candidates?

Are You Suffering From Disappearing Candidates?



Potential employees are continuing to disappear while we’re in the middle of our recruiting process – what can I do about this ghosting phenomenon?

Great question, and one that doesn’t have just one answer. For the various reasons that potential employees are ghosting, many of them may point to the image that you’re portraying as an employer online. In a world where we are inundated with different messages and forms of communication, what can you be doing to help yourself stand out from the crowd of employers on Indeed or ZipRecruiter?


How Elon Musk Can Become a "For All" Leader

Elon Musk admits he’s had an “excruciating” year as CEO of Tesla, working long hours and sacrificing time with family and friends to build his business and change the world.

It’s a trap many leaders fall into. ‘If I work hard enough, I can solve it,’ they think. It’s an old tale that leads to predictable places – bad outcomes and burnout.

There’s another way to achieve greatness as a leader. One that doesn’t require heroic efforts or the kind of marathon work sessions that can lead to shaky decision-making.

Employee Engagement Outside of the Office


Too often companies fall short with engaging their employees because they forget that, in many ways, it is external influences that affect their performance. Instead of creating employee models centered on the work experience, employers should be focusing on the employees themselves.


I-9 Audits On The Rise


In July 2018, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that in the last six months, it issued 5,200 notices of inspection to employers in the U.S. in order to audit their Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification documents.
This is a significant increase compared to only 1,360 audits initiated in all of the last fiscal year