posted by Jennifer Pickerel on February 22, 2022

When it comes to attracting and retaining aviation talent, are you an “employer of choice”? In other words: When candidates are applying with several companies, is yours at the top

posted by Debbi Laux on January 24, 2022

For aviation leaders, one might think that “managing airplanes” takes up the most of their time. But in reality, the majority is spent on managing people—and related workforce issues. Here

posted by Sheryl Barden on July 24, 2021

“Our flight department needs to replace two pilot positions, but I can’t action the requisition until demand picks up.”In the past week, I’ve heard this statement by aviation hiring managers

posted by Sheryl Barden on July 19, 2021

This article about whether to go with the 'diversity hire' vs. hire the 'best candidate' appeared in Aviation International News. View here. A colleague of mine recently heard a story involving an

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on July 19, 2021

For 20 years, HR organizations and aviation recruiters (like API) have been suggesting that companies hire for “cultural fit.” And now—as we reexamine the implications of our words—it’s the perfect

posted by Sheryl Barden on June 21, 2021

This guest blog post about how to hire by design (not default) appeared in Aviation International News. View here. As the U.S. economy opens up, many professionals are looking for a career change. In

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on May 21, 2021

These days, we hear a lot about hiring for diversity. After all, it’s a big part of the larger Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) movement—not only in business aviation but

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on April 22, 2021

Have you heard of the ABCs of bias? And do you know that there are proven ways to block bias? It’s true. In fact, at the recent NBAA Leadership Conference,

posted by Sheryl Barden on September 28, 2020

"Is the Pilot Shortage Over?" is an AINsight blog originally published for Aviation International News on September 18, 2020. “Well, that fixes the pilot shortage.”This has been the “word on the

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on September 28, 2020

On October 1, we expect to see more furloughed airline pilots flocking to business aviation. That’s when the CARES Act funding expires for the commercial aviation sector.That also means that