Recruiting efforts not suited to tapping into "creative class" talent

04/7/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

The "creative class" makes up 30% of the American workforce, and these flexible, often contract workers will require employers to rethink hiring strategies, writes Joanna Riley Weidenmiller, CEO and co-founder of The One-Page Co. "The problem is that today's hiring software is not designed to hire the most talented and valuable employee, nor is it suited for job candidates who were self-employed or contract workers," she writes.

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