The future of jobs may lie in the hands of people who can get a few more years out of a job, and not just for the sake of the company.
A new job model could be what it takes to keep people in their jobs, writes John O’Sullivan in The Atlantic.
He is a professor of economics at the University of Chicago.
This new job-seeker-in-chief, however, would have to be able to adapt quickly to the changing work environment and adapt to a new workplace.
O’Neill says that the challenge is not only adapting to a changing workforce, but adapting to an entirely new way of doing business.
So he calls for a new approach to hiring.
In his view, a better way to hire is a way of giving people a second chance at a new career, he says.
That would mean getting rid of the old way of hiring.
For the past century, employers have traditionally used a combination of interviews and tests, in which employees must answer a series of questions to determine whether they can succeed in a particular role.
Employers have found that it’s easier to hire a second-rate employee than a first-rate one, O’Neil says.
It’s easier for them to get rid of somebody who’s got no talent, who’s a liability, who has been a liability.
The result is a job that’s hard to get, says O’Neal.
That’s why it’s important to find somebody who can be a good fit for the role.
That doesn’t mean they have to know the job and have a good understanding of what the company does, he adds.
The goal of the job seeker-in