WE CAN BE MATCHMAKERS

Last month, Jonathan Rothwell, Senior Research Associate and Associate Fellow with the Brookings Institution, released a report analyzing unemployment with respect to job openings versus required educational credentials (“Education, Job Openings, and Unemployment in Metropolitan America”).  The findings were quite … Continue reading

NOT YOUR FATHER’S INDIA ANYMORE

Choosing to outsource work to overseas companies involves much more than just looking at hourly wages.  Numerous additional factors must be considered such as quality, cultural differences, public perception, language barriers, accents, geographical boundaries, political boundaries, workforce education, training, and … Continue reading