The current status of the labor market may offer indications for what staffing professionals can expect from federal economic policy and the availability of jobs in months to come.
To achieve success in today’s environment, staffing professionals must be aware of how the expectations of businesses and jobseekers alike have changed.
According to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, temporary employment has trended upward in recent months.
The robots are here! But they’re not replacing humans; they’re working side by side with them.
The term “career” has new meaning in 2016.
Walk outside and see how long you go without seeing somebody on their phone.
Some have described the new gig economy as the biggest major job market shift since the industrial revolution.
It may seem like mobile devices are already everywhere, but research indicates they’re going to become even more ubiquitous in the near future.
Many industries around the world currently face a skills shortage.
Staffing is no longer a one-and-done project.
Modern technology developers strive to provide consumers with convenience.
Staffing firms need to implement mobile-friendly recruiting and application practices now.
Time is a recruiter’s No.1 resource, and there never seems to be enough of it to go around.
The economy is seriously looking up as new jobs exceeded economists’ expectations in May.
Jan Schiffman, the CTO and VP of Product at Jobscience, was a recent guest on the TechnologyAdvice Expert Interview Series to share his insight on recruiting technology and best practices. The series, which is hosted by TechnologyAdvice’s Clark Buckner, explores a variety of business and technology landscapes through conversations with industry leaders. Jan joined Buckner to discuss hiring trends and …