“Hisayuki Idekoba, the CEO of Recruit Holdings Co, the Japanese owner of Glassdoor and Indeed, told Bloomberg that despite struggling to find staff, many small and medium (sized) businesses were still trying to recruit workers the way they did a decade ago — by asking them to submit resumes.
Governors in 26 states have already eliminated the federal $300 unemployment benefit.
Recently I read an article in Barron’s (May 31, 2021) titled ‘Adding Discipline to Decisions’, an interview with Daniel Kahneman who also wrote a book called ‘Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgment’. Kahneman, who won a Nobel Prize in Economics in 2002, changed our understanding of how people think about money and make financial decisions.
In short, haste makes waste. Companies are facing hiring hurdles in 2021.