Please check out this fantastic article by SkillSuccess.com with our president, Matt Warzel, as a contributor – Breaking the Silence: The Rise of Quiet Hiring in the Modern Workplace

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Quiet hiring, one of the emerging workplace buzzwords, refers to a new trend where companies fill positions without publicly advertising them. This can be done by promoting current employees to new roles, hiring freelancers, or using other methods.

Quiet hiring has sparked a significant debate regarding its ethical implications and raised questions about its fairness and transparency. That is why we surveyed professionals from different industries to gather Insights. In this blog, we will share our interesting findings with you.

Our aim is to understand the trends, benefits, and challenges associated with quiet hiring. By examining the data we collected, we hope to shed light on this innovative approach to hiring employees.

The data for this report was collected from a representative sample ofΒ lifelong learnersΒ on one of theΒ top online learning platforms, Skill Success. The platform has over 500,000 students and 3000 courses. The population consists of professionals, career builders, and entrepreneurs learning business, professional development, technology, and more.

We’ve also gathered insights from industry experts such as HR professionals, talent acquisition specialists, and executives with experience in recruitment practices.

My input:

“Leveraging applicant tracking systems (ATS) with blind recruitment features can help remove bias from the early stages of candidate evaluation. These systems anonymize candidate information, allowing recruiters and hiring managers to focus solely on qualifications and experience. Data analytics can also be used to identify potential areas of bias in the hiring process, such as disparities in interview feedback or offer rates for different demographic groups.” – Matthew Warzel, CPRW, President of MJW Careers, LLC

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