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Skillbridge – A Pathway to Hire Former Military Members - With PJ Yuson

In our most recent episode, we sat down with Col. PJ Yuson, US Air Force, and discuss SkillBridge—a program dedicated to providing departing service members with job opportunities in the trades.

Check out the episode to learn more about SkillBridge, who it serves, and how your company can get involved.

 Hiring Former Military Members through SkillBridge - with PJ Yuson

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How to Reduce New Hire Attrition Rates

High turnover rates result in huge losses to companies of all sizes. When an employee quits, they take their training and experience with them, leaving other team members to pick up their work. It usually takes at least a month before a new person is hired, which increases employee stress, decreases productivity in the meantime, and may lower future retention rates. 

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How to Deal With Short-staffing

In a perfect world, your business runs smoothly, you retain the best employees, and you’re always profitable. But in reality, life is unpredictable, and sooner or later, you’ll run into staffing problems.

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Costs of Recruiting and Hiring

As business leaders, we are always analyzing our costs and ROI. Sometimes there are inflated fixed costs, but we accept them because they come with an expectation of increased ROI. Unfortunately, many companies today are dramatically increasing their costs for talent acquisition, but not expecting to see improvements on their talent shortage.
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What’s the #1 Factor Contributing to the Skilled Labor Shortage?

In today’s podcast episode, Skilled Trades Shortage Myth, Brett and Tim discuss whether there is, in fact, a legitimate talent shortage in the trades.

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Everybody talks about a “skilled labor shortage.” However, some would say that we don't really have a shortage of skilled workers; we have an incentive issue, which is an interesting way to look at it. 

Before dismissing that argument entirely, we ought to look at the facts.

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