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"Adapting to a digital age will require organizations—and not just employees—to equip themselves with new capabilities." Interesting read on the changes business may need to make in order to remain competitive. Read it in @MarkleFdn's weekly roundup: https://t.co/aASiijBpzn— Zoe Baird (@ZoeBairdMarkle) February 7, 2020
#EmployeeRetention Tip: Job posts are a critical part of the #hiring process. If a job description does not align with the role a candidate is applying for chances are the new hire won’t stick around for long. Create a job posting that works here: https://t.co/vzoiSRexD6— Skillful (@JoinSkillful) February 10, 2020
As low unemployment continues to create fierce competition for skilled workers, small to mid-size businesses that can’t afford to offer higher wages need to implement innovative hiring practices to compete in today’s labor market. https://t.co/K9HZil9WSW— Markle Foundation (@MarkleFdn) February 12, 2020
Seeking a digital transformation in health care, Markle Connecting for Health was convened to accelerate the use of health IT to improve the quality and cost effectiveness of health care. The group gave rise to the Blue Button health record download feature and developed a Common Framework for information sharing which informed the HITECH American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
In the wake of 9/11, Markle convened a bipartisan Task Force that reframed the role of intelligence in protecting the nation against terrorism while preserving traditional civil liberties. Markle's collaboration and information sharing recommendations informed the 9/11 Commission Report, the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004, and the Protect America Act of 2007.