If your recruiting efforts have ever focused on bringing independent contractors on board, you know that it’s not always the same process as bringing on a regular employee.
Hiring companies casting a wider net will likely find job seekers more open to relocation, at least in comparison to recent years. But relocation still presents recruiting challenges, according to research from moving company Atlas Van Lines.
As retailers continue to cut in-store workers, high school and college students will have to look elsewhere for summer jobs. This could bode well for companies with seasonal and part-time positions to fill.
Yesterday we began to look at a survey by Harris Poll® that explores what the summer of 2017 will look like for recruiters. Today we’ll look at the rest of those results.
Somewhere along the line, the terms “job description” and “job posting” became interchangeable, and the result has been confusion on the part of talent acquisition professionals, as well as ineffective recruitment advertising.
Summer is almost here, and that means a major uptick in hiring for seasonal help. Today we’ll look at a survey by Harris Poll® that explores what the summer of 2017 will look like.
Although programmatic recruitment advertising has only been available for a couple of years, it has already gained significant traction—and with good reason.
Job cuts in the retail sector currently exceed those in any other industry.
Yesterday we heard from David Dourgarian, CEO of TempWorks Software on an outside-the-box hire he made of an individual named Ryan. Ryan worked at a bowling alley, and his excellent customer service spoke to Dourgarian. Today we’ll hear more about that experience.
The unemployment rate for military veterans who served on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces at any time since September 2001 has been trending downward in recent years. As of April 2017, it stands at 3.9 percent—the lowest rate since the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics began keeping statistics on the population as a […]