Tech companies throughout the United States have reported fewer women in tech roles over recent years. This raises the all-important question: Is there a way to pipeline more women into technology careers?
While we’re still in the early spring months, many employers across the country are starting to vamp up their headcounts ahead of the summer rush.
In a previous post, we talked about the pros of hiring boomerang employees, or employees who leave an organization and later return.
In a challenging labor market that saw the U.S. unemployment rate hover around 3.9% throughout 2018, employers are increasingly looking for ways they can beat the trend and meet their hiring goals. With qualified candidates at a premium, employers must examine how they’re presenting themselves to the interviewee, in order to effectively assess candidates while creating a […]
As we previously reported, various research is predicting a hiring decline for the second quarter of 2019, while a totally separate set of data is showing an increase. Yesterday, we looked at ADP data, which showed an increase in hiring. We also looked at data from Paychex and The Conference board, which both reported a decline […]
It’s often bittersweet to see a colleague leave your organization for another opportunity. On one hand, you may be happy he or she found a new position, but on the other hand, you’ll miss working with him or her.
For recruiters and hiring managers who like to stay up-to-date on the latest hiring trends, conflicting reports are leaving everyone scratching their heads. Is hiring up, down, or in-between? We’re getting to the bottom of it once and for all!
With Congress considering a couple of bills aimed at preventing wage discrimination—and several states with pay equity laws already on the books—employers may want to take a close look at their compensation practices, according to attorneys who help employers with pay matters.
Modern-day employees claim they want a better work/life balance and more flexible work schedules; one such flexible schedule is a 4-day workweek, during which employees work 35 to 40 hours in 4 days instead of the traditional 5.
Using artificial intelligence (AI) on day-to-day, mundane tasks frees up recruiters and allows them to spend their time where it matters the most: with prospective candidates. As we know, the candidate experience is vital to attracting and retaining talent, but could AI be used to lure jobseekers in, as well?