Motivated by a shortage of talent, and fueled in part by record low unemployment and a spike in business confidence, companies are bolstering efforts to improve the workplace experience.
Salaries for technology professionals in the United States were flat in 2017, according to the annual salary report from tech career platform Dice. But all is not lost, when it comes to attracting tech talent.
It’s simple—if you keep the great employees you have, you won’t have to spend a bunch of money finding new ones. But how to do that? One part of that means keeping them happy and motivated.
The rate of women taking over the role of chief executive officer declined slightly in 2017.
In yesterday’s Advisor we began to explore the value of text and app based recruiting with Erik Kostelnik, founder and CEO of TextRecruit, and Susan Vitale, chief marketing officer of iCIMS. Today we’ll look at the rest of the interview with a focus on the place of AI and chat-bots in text and app recruiting.
We recently had a chance to sit down with Erik Kostelnik, Founder and CEO of TextRecruit, and Susan Vitale, Chief Marketing Officer of iCIMS, to discuss text and app-based recruiting and communication. Our conversation comes in light of iCIMS’s recent acquisition of TextRecruit.
A recent survey finds that job satisfaction depends, at least in part, on the work you do. It also depends on where in the country you live and work.
Yesterday we explored how job descriptions and a reluctance to accept job gaps negatively influence female workers and can result in gender bias. Today we’ll look at how inflexible interview schedules can do the same thing. Most organizations strive to be gender-blind when hiring. The focus is on finding the best talent, regardless of sex. […]
Most organizations strive to be gender blind when hiring. The focus is on finding the best talent regardless of gender. However, even the best intentions can go awry, leading to job search gender bias.
Recruiting Daily Advisor recently reported on tech hiring in the United States, citing a survey that finds companies nationwide except to increase staff during the first half of 2018, creating increased competition for tech talent. In Europe, employers are also confronting tech talent challenges.