Latest issue explores content related to current and upcoming challenges and opportunities across the talent acquisition industry
CHICAGO – December 1, 2021 – PeopleScout today released the Q3/Q4 2021 issue of its award-winning PeopleScout NEXT magazine. Available at www.peoplescout.com/next, the magazine provides actionable insights on the rapidly changing talent acquisition, talent technology and workforce management landscape as employers deal with a challenging talent market.
The talent acquisition landscape has drastically changed over the past year. Job openings and resignations are at record highs, hybrid work and hybrid hiring strategies are on the rise and diversity, equity and inclusion remain key areas of focus for many employers.
In this issue of NEXT, PeopleScout experts provide insights on diversity, equity and inclusion and the strategies that employers can use to guide their own DE&I initiatives.
Inside this issue of PeopleScout NEXT, talent acquisition leaders will find insights on:
- How employers can effectively leverage a hybrid hiring program that blends virtual and face-to-face recruiting strategies
- How employers can better retain and reinvigorate their workforce amid the Great Resignation
- Returning to the workplace and the benefits of a hybrid workforce model
- Ways you can leverage your employer brand through recruitment marketing to stand out and differentiate your organization from the competition
- DE&I programs in a letter from Anthony Brew, TrueBlue Vice President of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
- The impact made by Hispanic and Latinx employees in the workforce and how employers can better recruit, understand and support Latinx workers
- The role of talent acquisition in DE&I programs and advice on measuring and assessing the maturity and success of your initiatives
PeopleScout NEXT began publication in 2018 and has since gone on to receive numerous awards for its writing and design. In October 2020, PeopleScout NEXT magazine was named a Gold winner in the Publication, Magazine category in the 2020 MUSE Creative Awards competition. This win followed two 2019 MarCom Awards: Platinum in the Print Media – Writing category and Gold in Print Media – Design for PeopleScout NEXT.
Access the Q3/Q4 2021 issue of PeopleScout NEXT today at www.peoplescout.com/next
About PeopleScout NEXT
NEXT is PeopleScout’s publication covering an expansive array of talent acquisition and workforce management topics and technology trends, designed to provide readers with the knowledge they need to go from advice to advantage. PeopleScout’s audience is focused on what’s next – the future of work, impending skills shortages and technological advances. The goal of PeopleScout NEXT is to provide talent leaders with both the big ideas and small steps they can take today to make sure they are set up for future success. You can access the latest edition of PeopleScout NEXT here.
PeopleScout, a TrueBlue (NYSE:TBI) company, is a leading RPO provider managing talent solutions that span the global economy, with end-to-end MSP and talent advisory capabilities supporting total workforce needs. PeopleScout boasts 97% client retention managing the most complex programs in the industry. The company’s thousands of forward-looking talent professionals provide clients with the edge in the people business by consistently delivering now while anticipating what’s next. Affinix™, PeopleScout’s proprietary talent acquisition platform, empowers faster engagement with the best talent through an AI-driven, consumer-like candidate experience and optimizes the talent process through data and actionable insights. Leveraging the power of data gleaned from engaging millions of candidates and contingent associates every year, PeopleScout enhances talent intelligence for clients across more than 70 countries with headquarters in Chicago, Sydney and London and global delivery centers in Toronto, Montreal, Bristol, Krakow, Gurgaon and Bangalore. For more information, please visit www.peoplescout.com.
Sarah Katz Candelario
Vice President of Marketing and Communications