Archive for March 2017

THE TIDE IS TURNING: LABOR DEMAND EXCEEDING SUPPLY (PART II)

Mar 15th, 2017 | By | Category: Corporate Growth, Featured

Part I of THE TIDE IS TURNING: LABOR DEMAND EXCEEDING SUPPLY showed that supply and demand have struck again, turning the tide from an abundance of labor/workers/professionals for companies to choose from to the new human capital dynamics I forecasted beginning in 2016 in my 2016 Overall Economic Employment Forecast —“retaining/growing nimble employees in a tight […]



From Rosie to Corporate Boards in 75 Years

Mar 8th, 2017 | By | Category: Career Growth, Uncategorized

In 1942 the song “Rosie the Riveter” marked the start of U.S. women becoming employed in traditional male positions. By November 15, 2017, it is highly likely that women will finally reach 20% of U.S. corporate board membership since 2020 Women on Boards’ January 2017 Gender Diversity Index (GDI) showed: 19.7% of the seats at […]




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