Staffing agencies face a challenge in making certain the capabilities and convenience afforded to their clients are extended to the back office to create an environment that is fully integrated.
Jobscience provides recruiting and workforce management systems for employers and agencies. In the process of developing and extending our systems we routinely conduct customer surveys to determine what seems to be working and where customers need improvements. In the process, we often discover factors related to our customer’s businesses that potentially have broader interest. This blog entry summarizes a recent …
Communication methods change frequently, and recruiters need to keep up or risk losing out on the best candidates.
Publications continue to write about the talent gap, calling it a myth.
By understanding the needs of job applicants and tailoring processes accordingly, HR departments and staffers can strategically direct their efforts to create a faster, more consistent path for new hires.
Like any viable business, staffing firms are more effective when they have a way to differentiate themselves from competitors.
To get on top of staffing demands and strategize for the future, hiring professionals must build extensive talent networks empowered by advanced recruitment software.
For businesses to avoid being hamstrung by a lack of skilled employees, leaders and hiring professionals must develop forward-thinking strategies to meet staffing needs.
There are ways for recruiters and HR specialists to speed up the interview process while finding personnel with the right skills to succeed.
Recruitment software that draws on the ever-expanding capabilities of artificial intelligence offers hiring professionals the means to meet today’s challenges and find the talent needed to bring their organizations into the future.
We’ve all heard the buzzwords, and we know there are varying levels of AI from basic automation of tasks to machine learning and predictive analysis. It may seem like a new technology, but AI has been floating around since 1997 when IBM developed a chess-playing computer that defeated reigning world champion, Garry Kasparov. AI is more prevalent now thanks to …
Recruiting can be a hard job.
Machines are getting smarter every day.
SAN FRANCISCO – Jobscience has announced it will be using its events strategy as a platform to stay true to their mission: Jobscience believes a company is as great as the people it hires. Moving away from the traditional conference and tradeshow model handing out marketing swag, Jobscience is investing in people. They’ve partnered with Teach For America who has built an entrepreneurial force …
Recent high-profile data breaches should cause every business to double check that its systems are secure.