Believe it or not, the New Year is upon us! How did it happen so quickly? That’s a topic for another blog post. No, what we want to talk about now is the topic of workforce trends for 2017. Specifically,…Read More »
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Are we confident because we are competent or are we competent because we are confident? Regardless of the answer, in order to be successful an individual must be both confident in their approach to, and competent in their application of…Read More »
Do you find yourself easily distracted at work? That lack of focus will destroy any chance you have at developing good time management for recruiters. This can be compounded if you are working from home, where there are more personal…Read More »
Whether you monitor them or not, activity ratios exist for every aspect of your recruiting business, therefore, you can only benefit from knowing and using them. However, without including criteria for quality, the usefulness of these ratios is limited. Monitor…Read More »
During the past few years, there has been a skills gap in the United States. That talent shortage has translated into nearly 6 million open positions throughout the country. According to CNNMoney.com, there were 5.8 million openings in June of…Read More »
The election is almost here! Which Presidential Candidate is the best one? For the purposes of this blog, though, the real question is this one: which Presidential Candidate is the best one for recruiting. To help find the answer to…Read More »