In a candidate-driven market, the last thing you want to hear from a potential new hire is that he or she is turning down your offer to go somewhere else, but sadly this is still the reality among many recruiters. Here’s why.
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Tassels have been flipped, hats have been tossed, diplomas are in hand, and college graduates are ready to enter the “real world.” Do you have what it takes to attract these talented individuals to your company? Let’s find out!
Now more than ever, companies are struggling with attrition on a massive scale. U.S. job turnover reached more than 19% towards the end of 2018. And, additional reports are showing more than half of U.S. employees plan to look for new jobs before the end of this year.
It’s becoming even more of a candidate-driven market, finds new data from the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Employment Situation Summary.
In a recent Recruiting Daily Advisor survey, respondents were asked which types of benefits they use to attract talent. It should come as no surprise that a majority offer health insurance (92%), dental insurance (86%), paid time off (85%), life insurance (83%), and retirement benefits (81%) as a way to get candidates in the door. […]
When it comes to using benefits to attract talent, new research finds that the standard benefits offerings—health insurance, 401(k)s, paid time off, etc.—have become commonplace. So, according to the findings in a new Recruiting Daily Advisor survey report, more employers must turn to new, trendy benefits to attract talent.
The 2008 recession may be a thing of the past, but its impact still lingers on. According to new Monster research, 59% of respondents have been unemployed, or had a gap in their career, at some point in time—and what’s the main cause for these gaps?
We continue to hear about the major hiring challenges employers across the country continue to face. If your company is faced with similar challenges, you may be turning to talent retention as a way to keep current workers happy and sticking around. But how do you keep your current workers happy? By offering robust benefits […]
In a previous Recruiting Daily Advisor article, we highlighted the growing need for construction workers and the difficulty employers were having recruiting this niche group. And just like the construction industry, manufacturers are also having difficulty attracting talent into their companies.
If your workers are unhappy in their current roles, throwing more money at them won’t make them stay, say 55% of respondents in a new research report released by Korn Ferry.