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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My CSIA Question


The Control System Integrators Association (CSIA) holds its Executive Conference in New Orleans May 15-19.  The published schedule for the week-long event doesn’t seem to acknowledge an awkward problem.  And that leaves me with an awkward question. I can imagine all kinds of answers to my question (below), including:  Love it; Hate it; and the…

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Employers’ Dilemma


Cutting payroll, going into a recession?  Think carefully. Demographics suggest rebuilding may be tough. Going into a recession, companies will consider how to get small. Inevitably, Employers will look to cut payroll. It’s a time-tested strategy, but times have changed. The demographics no longer favor that plan. Re-building a team in the future is going…

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Automating A Recovery


The US government is showing Americans a grim future. There’s going to be a large group in need. And there’s a small group with answers.  We call them engineers. It adds up to an extraordinary opportunity for those who are allowed to fix the problems.  Social Security released Wage Statistics for 2021. The numbers are…

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U.S. Debt – A Reminder


Record U.S. debt is rising fast, up 30% in two years.  Apply high and rising interest rates on top of that, and we’ve got a toxic combination.  Take a look at the St. Louis Fed’s Total Public Debt graph. It’s unbelievable.  President Andrew Jackson paid off the entire United States national debt on January 8,…

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