We all know the high costs associated with employee turnover—roughly $450 to $550 billion a year, which is why it’s vital you offer new hires a good onboarding experience, as well as a great company culture to keep them sticking around.
Now that Millennials make up a majority of the workforce, it’s safe to say we’re all on board with how to attract and retain this generation of workers. Now it’s time to focus on the next generation: Generation Z (Gen Z).
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: Jobseekers want to work for a company with a great culture! Creating a positive corporate culture is top of mind for employers looking to recruit and retain talent, says global staffing firm Robert Half. In fact, Robert Half conducted research that examines why workplace culture is […]
The world of retail hiring, especially during the holidays, is changing according to a recent survey by iCIMS. For example, the retail industry has more job opportunities but fewer applicants to fill those positions.
The holidays are officially upon us, but some retail employers may still be struggling to attract talent to help fill their immediate needs this season. In order to get qualified talent to fill the void, you need to know what these jobseekers want.
When Millennials first entered the workforce, there was a mad rush to get trendy perks and incentives in place to attract this age group. However, now that Millennials make up a majority of the workforce, potential candidates and employees, alike, are speaking out about what work perks they actually want.
Social media screening can be a valuable tool for recruiters, hiring managers, and employers, alike, as it provides a unique insight into a candidate’s personality that might not be gleaned during the interview process.
The hiring process has always been a rather grueling undertaking both for the employer and the applicant. There’s constantly a risk involved on the employer’s or recruitment agency’s side of the fence since you will be banking on a series of tests and interviews to gauge if a candidate is a high-potential employee who is […]
As we reach the home stretch of 2018, Brilliant™—a direct-hire, contract, and consulting practice specializing in accounting, finance, and information technology (IT)—has released its Q4 2018 Hiring Forecast.
The candidate experience is becoming more important than ever before as new research shows that a candidate’s experience also influences his or her buying habits. According to a new report from ManpowerGroup Solutions, more than half of respondents (54%) say candidate experience directly influences whether they choose to buy a company’s products or services.