The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) recently reported that employment has increased for the month of August, while the unemployment rate remains unchanged at 3.9%. The BLS reports that job gains occurred in professional and business services, health care, wholesale trade, transportation and warehousing, and mining. While employers struggle to hire top talent, they’re […]
Technology can be a blessing and a curse. No matter how you view technology, one thing remains clear: it’s taking over, and the workplace is no exception!
As companies struggle to attract and retain workers, many are forced to turn to new hiring and recruiting strategies to stand out among their competitors. And while some methods aren’t exactly “reinventing the wheel,” one strategy that ALL employers should be focusing on is the candidate experience.
In previous articles, Recruiting Daily Advisor has shown you how to spot résumé lies, how to asses exaggerations, and has offered tips for handling false information. A new survey released by CareerBuilder shows how assessing résumé information is more important than ever before, especially in this tight labor market.
With the recruiting landscape rapidly shifting, the strategy for attracting and reaching today’s top talent requires a modern, multichannel approach. Recruiters have to think beyond e-mails, LinkedIn, and Glassdoor. They need to evolve and find better, faster ways to reach candidates where they are: on their phones.
While technology is changing the way we work, finding and hiring tech workers continues to remain a challenge. According to a new survey, released by Robert Half Technology, 95% of IT hiring decision makers admitted to making a bad hire.
When it comes to job interviews, candidates are savvier than ever. They’ve reviewed the job description closely and know to use keywords. They’ve read reviews from other applicants on Glassdoor, and they’ve studied up on interview strategies. So, how do you separate those who have prepared well from those who will truly be the best […]
Recruiters are always looking for the latest tool or app to make their lives easier when recruiting top talent, so we’re sure you’re already aware of Google Hire. However, do you know that this app can benefit the HR professionals at the company you’re recruiting for, as well?
Are you looking to recruit blue-collar workers, but aren’t sure what is the best way to get him or her interested in your company? Using recruiting technology—such as social media, texting, etc.—is a great place to start. If you’re unsure of how to recruit this workforce, fear not, we’ve got you covered. In the below […]
With the war for talent raging and unemployment numbers at record lows, employers are doing everything they can to recruit top talent, but are some taking it too far?