In two previous posts, we’ve discussed a few workplace culture trends expected to impact employers by 2030.
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Employers everywhere are finding that a robust economy and low unemployment means fewer applicants for any given role. It’s often difficult to find a well-qualified employee when a vacancy presents itself. As such, they’re thinking of creative ways to expand the talent pool and find candidates who are a good fit.
The gig economy is becoming increasingly popular. It is a free market system in which workers are primarily engaged in temporary work on a freelance basis as opposed to full-time work on a permanent basis.
When we look back at 2018, what’s the most common trend that comes to mind? A tight labor market due to low unemployment. Sadly, it looks like 2019 is shaping up to be similar, however, recruiters and hiring managers can stay ahead of the curve by being prepared and knowing what’s being predicted for the […]
Many employers think that they need to offer things like table tennis in large and custom-designed breakrooms, organic juice bars, bring-your-dog-to-work days, and free lunch every other day—especially when it comes to hiring younger employees—to retain employees and keep them happy.
We’ve previously discussed the growing skills gap and how small businesses are blaming larger companies for their hiring challenges, but the blame can be pointed somewhere else if you’re offering the types of benefits candidates are searching for.
Salary and benefits are often what come top of mind when thinking about what employees value most in a job. That’s certainly not surprising. The ability to make a living is important to us all. And, in fact, according to an article by Forbes, salary and benefits do top the list for most employees.
With the unemployment rate at less than 4%, jobseekers are currently in the driver’s seat and are being more selective with their potential job opportunities. And now, employers must turn to more passive candidates and look at long-term goals and strategies if they’re interested in acquiring top talent.
In a packed and attentive session at RecruitCon 2018, Susan Vitale, Chief Marketing Officer at iCIMS Inc., offered a series of best practices for recruiters. BLR’s RecruitCon 2018 was held recently in Nashville.
Yesterday’s Advisor provided some of the latest research on training and development from BLR’s recent survey; today, the rest of the results from our study, including detailed responses regarding employee development, popular training topics, and the top products and services in the training arena.