About - Employers Intelligence

I frequently come across unusual insights. Seemingly small observations with game-changing potential.

The obvious question is, what should I do with all this?

Subjects touch on…

  • Search Strategies
  • Vanishing Candidates
  • Payroll Pressures
  • Employees and Automation
  • Business Development
  • Government Regulations
  • Inflation
  • Stock Prices and Dividends

They often extend beyond typical recruiting activity.
And, honestly, some write-ups can get long, when I explore themes in depth.

I do it, because I believe it’s important.

You and I might never meet.
So, I offer my studies here, in Employers Intelligence.

Hopefully, a great idea will find a way to cross your path.
And maybe, one day, you’ll be able to run with it. -TD

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The Power of Mission

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A sense of purpose is essential to achieving your goals.  Here’s another example of a powerful mission overcoming the labor shortage.  My son Max suggested lunch at the strangely named BLOC Coffee Company, while I was in Cincinnati.  The restaurant is oddly located in the Incline District of Price Hill.  It’s an area where the…

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Tell Me Why

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At the heart of it, a Job Posting is a Sales Letter.  It has to change minds.  You may think I have that backwards. After all, it’s the employer who’s paying the money. The employer is the purchaser. Historically, you would be correct.  Once upon a time, the job post was an offer to buy….

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UPS Delivers The Logical Conclusion

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Here’s something to ponder.  One company hires, based entirely on character and motivation.  Really.  Then UPS rolls out its quick-hire strategy with no background check, at all.  At the same time, many thousands of professionals lose their jobs, based on principle.  What’s going on?  I’m not going to develop this deeply.  I’m not sure I…

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The Rules Just Changed Again

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I highly recommend to employers that you review your identity and your values.  I mean really understand them.  That’s what Candidates are doing for themselves, right now.  They’ll have questions for you.  This is not just a matter of remembering happy slogans about delivering value to your customers.  Or “Our company is a family.”  …

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