I gave up prognosticating in about . . . 2016. Let’s see, I think it was in November.
But as we move toward some level of recession, likely in the next year or two, the obvious question is how might this one be different from the Great Recession of 2008 and what should employers prepare for? Traditional notions of what the American workforce looks like appear to be changing rapidly and should compel us all to think creatively about the implications of these changes in a recession economy.
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