Now, let’s state the obvious: the economy has an effect how much revenue a recruiter can generate. When the economy is good (like now), a recruiter can generate a lot of revenue. When the economy is bad (like during the…Read More »
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We’ve discussed why a lot of employers can’t make the mental shift necessary for hiring in today’s competitive marketplace. But is that based on theory and conjecture . . . or on what is really happening in the employment marketplace…Read More »
There are two parts to successful workforce management. The first part is hiring the best candidates. The second part is retaining those candidates after they become employees. A company or organization needs to be proficient with both in order to…Read More »
Whether you’re dealing with a small recruiting budget, candidates who rescind job acceptance, or lack of candidates to pull from, problems in recruitment come up. Although breaking bad news to clients might be uncomfortable, it is necessary. Learn how to…Read More »
Top talent is scarce right now. You don’t need to be a detective to figure that out. You just need to be a recruiter trying to fill one of your client’s job orders. And since talent is scarce, candidates are…Read More »
Demand for candidates who speak two or more languages is rapidly increasing. According to one study, there were approximately 630,000 job postings directed at bilingual job seekers in 2015; in 2010, there were only 240,000 bilingual job postings. Have your…Read More »