A recent analysis from LinkedIn found that the number of job postings containing the terms “bitcoin,” “ethereum,” “blockchain” and “cryptocurrency" grew 395% in the United States between 2020 and 2021.
All About AI
Applying artificial intelligence or AI for recruiting is not as complicated as it sounds. In fact, it is simply using the problem solving and learning capabilities of a computer in the recruiting and staffing process.
A Bit on Blockchains
The blockchain is a programmable digital roadmap of actions that can record everything that is relevant or informational. A distributable database, a blockchain can serve as a sort of digital spreadsheet you can duplicate along a network of computers. To understand the blockchain, imagine being able to design this network to update regularly in a shareable database.
Recruiters in tech are desperate for workers. But candidates are the ones who hold all the power.
Unless you have been living in exile, you know all about "The Great Resignation," a term coined by organizational psychologist and Texas A&M professor Anthony Klotz. It's the period beginning in 2021 when pandemic-shocked employees went into revolt: The number of Americans quitting their jobs exceeded pre-pandemic highs for a majority of the year, despite employers struggling to fill millions of open positions.
Paying employees in bitcoin offers several benefits and there are numerous desirable payment attributes for remote workers.
Your business lets employees work from home. It also continues to seek out ways to empower its remote workforce like never before. To achieve your goal, you may want to consider compensating your remote personnel with bitcoin.
Americans are dining again in restaurants, attending sporting events, and flying throughout the country. But most are still steering clear of their office building, a sign that more than health concerns are keeping workers away.