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Jody Robie

Why 2023 is the year you need to fix HR

by Jody Robie, SVP for North America, Talent Works Human Resource teams are overwhelmed, and it shows – there’s a new emphasis on delivering a superior employee experience. Line managers and employees now expect more on-demand access to HR services. The problem is organizations that used to be able to leverage referrals and employees for […]

Talent Works nominated for TIARA award!

We’re delighted to announce that Talent Works have been nominated for a US TIARA award. The awards, run by Talint International, are an annual, international recruitment awards and set a new standard of excellence for the recruitment sector’s crowning achievements.  Talent works were nominated for ‘The Best Talent Attraction Strategy award’ for our work in […]

STEVIE award win for Talent Works’ Jody Robie

Talent Works’ SVP for North America, Jody Robie, has been awarded a STEVIE award! Jody was awarded the bronze prize in the ‘Maverick of the Year – Business Services Industries’ category. The STEVIE awards, created in 2002 to honor the achievements and positive contributions of organizations and working professionals worldwide, are the world’s premier business […]

The role of recruitment in business scaling efforts

We often hear that businesses want to scale each year by gaining new customers, new systems, and implementing the best technology. On the other side of the coin, we don’t necessarily hear about how businesses are going to grow internal teams and how they are going to source the right talent. Building a team isn’t […]

The Boston Boom Part Two: Brand Buy-In

As a startup founder, you may have come from the big tech scene to launch a business that capitalizes on the knowledge you have in the industry. But it can be an adjustment to adapt away from a world of “corporate colleagues” to developing a new network of fellow entrepreneurs and founders. This is where […]

The Boston Boom Part One: Hiring Top Talent

Whether it’s with a Chief HR Officer that’s been working in Boston for 30+ years, or with a new recruiter that’s just starting out, I’ve been having the same conversation on an almost daily basis when it comes to looking for new talent: the demand is at a level that we’ve not seen since the […]

Why now is the time to prepare for going back to work

By now, working from home feels pretty standard. We’ve all getting used to commutes down the stairs, video meetings, and drinking our own coffee. While returning to the office may feel quite far away, it’s still a burning question for many employees and, as you begin to hire and ramp up your recruitment efforts, it’s […]

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