Creative Alignments Blog

8 Ways Scaling Companies Compete for Hires Without Overspending

January 31, 2022

CEOs are worried right now: Demand for their products or services is up, but will they be able to find and keep the talent they need to turn opportunity into business?

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Struggling to Hire and Retain Employees? You Need to Read This.

October 28, 2021

“Hiring is a cinch right now,” said no one lately. Nearly every thriving business is having a hard time finding the new employees they desperately need and keeping the ones they already have. Regardless of the reasons,

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5 Ways to Become the Employer of Choice In a Tight Labor Market

July 26, 2021

The Great Resignation of 2021 is real. Record numbers of employees are changing jobs, choosing new careers, starting their own businesses, or going back to school. It’s understandable after the disruption and

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Create Community + Opportunity for the Next Generation of Employees

December 08, 2020

After seeing the devastating impact the pandemic and record-high unemployment are having on recent and upcoming college graduates trying to start their careers, Creative Alignments knew we could help.

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4 Strategies To Keep Women In The Workforce During COVID-19

November 17, 2020

Employers are at a crossroads. One path goes forward. The other moves backward.

After decades of women increasingly becoming a vital part of the labor force and a gradual narrowing of the gender wage gap, the impact

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How to Write a Job Description to Attract Your Ideal Employee

August 17, 2020

With record-high unemployment, employers are now bombarded with an abundance of applicants. Screening countless resumes for open jobs can be time-consuming and very frustrating, especially when you don’t find the right

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Actionable Steps For Diversity Hiring

August 12, 2020

Building a diverse workforce takes proactive, intentional work. Creative Alignments' CEO, Peggy Shell, shares her journey into actionable change.

 

This article first appeared on Inc.'s Entrepreneurs' Organization page.

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