I need someone in that chair tomorrow! That’s every hiring manager’s demand, but it’s a dangerous one. Rushed recruiting brings bad hires, lost productivity, bad morale, and expensive lawsuits.
Category: Recruiting News
What’s happening in the world of recruiting, including new approaches, new technology, surveys, legal issues, and more.
A new report by iCIMS has the rundown on what recruiters need to know about the most recent generation to enter the workforce: the so-called Generation Z. More specifically, about the class of 2017.
A recent study by CareerBuilder indicates significant role reversals among men and women in the workforce.
In yesterday’s Advisor we took a look at a study done by CareerBuilder concerning what lengths candidates will go to in order to get noticed. Today we’ll see a few more examples along with some suggestions on how to handle them.
In June, President Trump signed an executive order aimed at expanding apprenticeships and reforming ineffective education and workforce development programs.
As recruiter, you’ve probably seen your fair share of unusual methods from candidates. Today we’ll look at a list of what some have tried and how you might handle them.
In yesterday’s Advisor, we looked at a survey showing that Millennials might not be prioritizing workplace satisfaction over financial security, as has been suggested previously. Today we will review the details of that study.
Conventional wisdom says that Millennials don’t prioritize money as a work goal. However, recent research says otherwise.
After months of speculation and anticipation, Google for Jobs has launched. And it’s pretty much like it sounds. Oh, and by the way, it changes everything.
Companies looking to hire information technology professionals should expect to pay higher salaries in order to attract these candidates. At the same time, employers searching for IT talent may find a somewhat less competitive environment.