To get in touch with the right people in the current hiring environment, human resources specialists and recruiters must take a cue from marketers, drawing on robust data to target exceptional candidates.
Communication methods change frequently, and recruiters need to keep up or risk losing out on the best candidates.
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.
The low unemployment rate is a good sign the economy has almost fully recovered from the Great Recession.
With a combination of updated strategies, sophisticated recruitment software and appealing engagement, organizations can consistently attract top talent.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Built on the input from recruiters who wanted improved task automation and Artificial Intelligence to help them hire the best talent, the latest Jobscience “Shark” release is a powerful, yet easy-to-use, interface for managing, scheduling and recruiting employees. The release also features a powerful scoring algorithm for every application and follows a visual process for responding to …
In the first quarter of the 19th century, a series of violent revolts in England were perpetrated by the Luddites, textile laborers gravely concerned about the degradation of their jobs and working conditions in the midst of the Industrial Revolution. These disgruntled workers smashed, burned and destroyed weaving machines used to make fabric and clothing. While their arguments were mostly …
For staffing agencies to maximize their results, they must select and prepare candidates in ways that optimize the chances for success.
With a strong understanding of current business needs and robust software solutions, staffing agencies can stay ahead of the curve, matching highly skilled workers with the positions where they are needed.
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.
Staffing is no longer a one-and-done project.
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