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Mid-/Post-Pandemic Employee Redeployment: How to Restart Well

Right now, all over the world employers are wrestling with the same big question: What’s the best way to redeploy workers and resume business amid ongoing pandemic uncertainty? At a recent Next Gen Manufacturing webinar, Hire Dynamics EVP Kim Wallace shared a snapshot of current challenges and provided practical advice to help businesses navigate a […]

Certainties for Uncertain Times: Four Enduring Principles to Adapt Your Business and Your Workforce

What’s the best way to respond to the unprecedented challenges of the coronavirus pandemic? Like people, when faced with threats and uncertainties, businesses may instinctively hesitate, uncertain which action to take. The idea of “pioneering change” can seem scary when so much is changing. At a recent Next Generation Manufacturing webinar, Hire Dynamics CEO Billy […]

Where the Jobs Are — EVP Kim Wallace Confirms AJC Findings as “Hiring Jumps at Small Businesses, Slows at Large Companies”

“In the day-to-day needs of the metro Atlanta labor market, signs of the shift in big company attitudes are clear.” – Kim Wallace, Executive Vice President in the Atlanta Journal Constitution With large companies feeling uncertainty over global market trends, small to medium employers are the ones adding jobs, reports AJC business writer Michael E. Kanell. […]

AJC Sees Manufacturing Jobs Grow but “Shrinking Slice of Labor”; Hire Dynamics Weighs In

 “Many exporters have been shaken by the nation’s trade tussles and the uncertainty about foreign markets has made many companies hesitant to invest, expand and hire. That can move the needle in either direction.” – Kim Wallace, Executive Vice President in the Atlanta Journal Constitution U.S. trade tensions have hurt many factories that produce goods […]

EVP Kim Wallace Comments on Record Low Unemployment

“As the unemployment rate falls, continued hiring does draw some people back into the work force, but many companies do struggle to find specialized skills.” Kim Wallace, Hire Dynamics Executive Vice President As covered by the Atlanta Journal-Consitution, Georgia has reached a record low unemployment rate of 3.3%, the lowest in 43 years. EVP Kim […]

Employers Focusing on Culture, Value to Attract Workers in Tight Job Market, EVP Kim Wallace Tells South Carolina Business Review

Recognized as the fastest-growing large company in South Carolina and a 2019 ‘Best Place to Work’ for the seventh year, Hire Dynamics continues to strengthen its South Carolina roots. Following Hire Dynamics’ recent accolades, Mike Switzer of South Carolina Business Review interviews Executive Vice President Kim Wallace. Recently named to the 2019 Staffing Industry Analysts […]

Hire Dynamics Executive Vice President Kim Wallace named to SIA Global Power 150

“The women named to this year’s Global Power 150 list play an important role in bringing value to the workforce solutions ecosystem, elevating not only the bottom line for their organizations but lifting up their teams through a passionate focus on employee development and creation of positive and inclusive cultures in which talent thrives.” – […]

The War on Talent: Facts, Trends & Tips to Win!

by Kim Wallace, Executive Vice President, Hire Dynamics Ninth Annual Next Gen Manufacturing Event   Facts With the unemployment rate at a fifty-year low of 3.7% and only .8 Americans available to fill the 7.2 million jobs open at the end of July, the U.S. is truly in a tight labor market. And the candidate […]

Hire Dynamics’ Executive Vice President Talks Employer Tactics Following Metro Atlanta’s September Jobless Rate

Metro Atlanta’s September jobless rate was an unexpected and welcome contradiction to Georgia’s overall unemployment rate. With the lowest jobless rate since 2000 at 2.9%, metro Atlanta also added 1,500 jobs, marking the second September expansion in more than a decade. Given the low unemployment rate, Atlanta-area workers now have increased leverage with employers. In a […]

EVP Kim Wallace Shares Tips for Contact Center Recruitment and Retention

“By aligning modern technologies with clearer and more frequent employee engagement, contact centers can build and maintain a dedicated team who can serve customers and drive company growth for years to come.” –Kim Wallace For many of today’s top contact center agents, job satisfaction involves more than salary. Agents’ desire for greater flexibility, consistent career […]