This week we get into the numbers of the job market with David Bernstein - EVP of Corporate Development at PivotCX and
Carry Sparrow “Most Innovative CEO in the HR Tech Industry” award-winning CEO
- Fellow Submariner and nuclear engineer.
- Consultant with Willis Towers Watson eventually becoming the Global Practice Leader for HR Function Effectiveness Consulting
- VP - HR Performance and Analytics at Cargill
- Currently CEO at Greenwich.HR, where he is helping answer some of the most important questions about Human Capital with better, more up-to-date. Carry talks about how inaccurate job market numbers are due to the lack of localized data and they do not take into account skilled labor, for example, nurses are not just a nurse there are other skills within the trade.
The job market has pivoted.
The job market used to be an employer market but now it has pivoted to a talent market. For every 3 jobs is one candidate. While the market has pivoted a recession is here...but the job market hasn't gotten the memo because companies are hiring left and right. The only industry that could be potentially affected relies on interest rates.