Finding enough good workers has always been a problem. Today, though, employers have reached a tipping point: Anyone needing more help is faced with a nearly dried-up labor pool. "Many employers now find they can't hire a sufficient number of capable people, or they can't get anyone at all," reports Tom Maloney, a human resources educator specializing in the Hispanic workforce at Cornell University's Department of Applied Economics and Management. The only solution for many, according to ...

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