The entirety of the American workforce is experiencing a whole new level of upheaval. It’s unlike anything many of us have ever seen in our lifetimes. And, the Great Resignation (or the Great Reshuffle) has nearly every employer in every industry feeling the hurt.
There’s no denying we live in an interesting time.
And recent events have forced almost everyone to hit the pause button — to take a breath — and reevaluate what’s most important in life. As a result, people are shifting their career paths, hunting for new jobs, or quitting the workforce altogether.
But COVID-19 isn’t the root cause of the current staffing crisis. It’s more of a tipping point, a catalyst for change. It simply shined a massive spotlight on the specific roadblocks shaping the professional landscape today.
And looking at the state of things with a fresh perspective, it’s easy to see these challenges had persisted long before the global pandemic turned the world upside down.
At Carrus, we saw how things were trending and invested in the expansion of our offerings. We built a customizable solution that helps employers — of all sizes — overcome these challenges.
Today, I’m excited to share that the new Carrus vision is finally coming into focus. Fresh branding, a streamlined web presence, and forward-thinking industry assets are all evidence of that fact.
But our new healthcare job tech solution is what I’m most excited about.
It’s built on the foundation of three pillars: Talent Discovery, Skills Development, and Workforce Placement. They’re all designed to address specific training and staffing issues that seem almost universal for most employers.
You’ll find that each product stands alone. This makes it easier than ever to implement a unique solution that meets all the unique requirements of any organization — but when used as one unified, end-to-end platform, beautiful things can happen.
I wish I could say this means things will right themselves overnight — that the job market will quickly stabilize and the staffing crisis will resolve itself. But I know that isn’t the reality. It’s going to take time, but if we all start working together today, we’ll build a much stronger workforce for tomorrow.
CEO at Carrus