As we know, offering benefits is a great way to attract talent to your company, especially 401(k) retirement benefits—as this particular benefit appeals to workers of all ages.
Category: Salary & Benefits
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) became a popular discussion topic over the last decade. According to The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), CSR is a “management concept in which companies integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations and interactions with their stakeholders.” This list of stakeholders can range from consumers to investors, and […]
Employee compensation administration is changing, and the demand for talent is exploding. In response, companies may be dusting off old salary administration practices. Why the change?
Talent retention may not necessarily be an issue that recruiters face on a regular basis, but in order to retain talent, you also need to know what attracts talent. And when it comes to salary negotiations, hiring managers and HR professionals may be going about it all wrong.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS) June 2018 Employment Situation, the unemployment rate has risen 0.2% for the month of June, making the new rate 4.0%. Unfortunately, it looks like our record low unemployment numbers may become a thing of the past, which is good news for employers looking to attract workers!
HR professionals around the country are feeling the pinch of a tight labor market. While a roughly 4.0% unemployment rate is great news for jobseekers, it poses a real challenge for recruiters.
We’ve said it many times, and we’ll say it again: Company culture is a main staple in the recruiting process. In order to attract the talent you want, you have to make the talent want you, and one way to do this is to have a culture that candidates are searching for.
With Millennials making up the largest generation of workers, employers must adapt to meet Millennials’ needs in order to attract this group of workers to their companies, say the findings of a new survey report released by Udemy, an online learning platform.
In the war for talent, only the employer with the strongest benefits offerings will survive. Does your company have what it takes to attract great talent based on your current benefits packages?
The world of work has changed, are you prepared to meet talent demands? Sadly, what attracted talent in 2014, doesn’t work in 2018. If you think a ping pong table is going to get workers in the door, think again!