ERE14 recently closed, and here are some of the most talked about takeaways from the recruiting industry conference.
The first-ever Candidate Experience Symposium held by The Candidate Experience (CandE) Awards was a success according to all those involved and who attended.
In this job market, offering what candidates really want is crucial.
Recruiters know that their candidates value many intangible features in a potential job. However, there’s no escaping the fact that compensation matters just as much.
The U.S. added 13,000 temporary positions in August, and the penetration rate rose to hit a record-setting 2.08 percent, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Originally published on ERE.net on September 5, 2014. On average, 118 people apply for any given job — and of those 118 candidates, only 23 actually get an interview. This conundrum begs the question: are employers building the best candidate pools? Staffing agencies and corporations face an identical challenge — attracting the right candidates to begin with. Enticing a precise type of person to fill …
Staffing World is coming up on Oct. 13 through 15, and it’s time to prepare for the conference.
New data from the 2014 Hiring Projections Survey, released by PrideStaff, found that half of employers plan to use temporary and contract staff to help meet their business needs.
According to the Dice-DFH Vacancy Duration Measure, companies are taking an average of 25 business days to fill vacant positions.
Companies want the best workers possible, and place a number of requirements on the candidate who fits that profile.
This year’s Dreamforce, taking place from October 13-16 in San Francisco, promises to be quite an engaging conference.
Talent acquisition professionals should pay attention to several recent reports on the state of the job market.