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3 Ways to Ensure Your Business Makes the Hiring Grade
Fresh from college, members of the class of 2019 are ready to make a difference, walking off the graduation stage and hitting the real world. Or is the real world hitting them? Research suggests it might be a little of both. According to CareerBuilder, about 80% of employers are looking to hire recent college graduates. […]
2 Ways the Traditional Interview Is Getting a Makeover
For many business leaders, the traditional interviewing process has some baggage. Sure, meeting a prospective hire face-to-face is an important step in the talent acquisition process, but the rise in attrition and increased competition for top talent can make even the smoothest interviews seem fraught with time-wasting steps. With changes such as more casual business […]
Get in the Game: 3 Things Company Recruiters Can Learn From Collegiate Recruiters
It’s one of sport’s greatest spectacles. Huge upsets, game-winning shots, Cinderella stories and watching teams get picked for the “big dance.” The hard work, the highs and lows, and the “singular” athletes turning into one team – all help build momentum that carries into the postseason and beyond. For employers, that same momentum is something […]
Sourcing Talent: 5 Steps to Recruiting Great Employees for Your Restaurant
Ever cheered as your favorite college football team snagged a big-time prospect through top-notch recruiting? Though lacking the same amount of publicity, recruiting great restaurant talent requires the same amount of effort that coaches put into recruiting athletes. You need top talent on your roster to drive performance, just as a coach needs the best […]
7 Action Items Your New-Hire Checklist May Be Missing
This blog is part of our ongoing how-to series, designed to help you tackle big initiatives and challenges with confidence. To see other blogs in this series, click here. It’s expensive and time consuming to hire someone, so you want to make sure your new hires stick around. Fortunately, there’s a lot you can do […]
2 Ways Your Employees’ Opinion Sways Consumer Behavior, for Good or Bad
Your company’s brand and external reputation may not seem like an HR concern at first, but in this age of technology and social media, the voices of your people actually may be your most important asset. The way your employees and even job candidates view your company influences the opinions of their online and offline […]
3 Steps for Creating an Employer Brand That Attracts Top Talent
Talent shortages and an emphasis on recruiting initiatives have made the employer brand one of 2017’s hottest HR topics. The phrase has garnered plenty of buzz online, but for many HR personnel, the definition of “employer brand” remains unclear. To learn more on the subject, I spoke with guest Rachel Duran, manager of talent acquisition […]
4 Reasons for Our Nation’s Talent Shortage
Organizations worldwide are frustrated by the challenge of finding well-qualified talent, which makes the fight to hire a top candidate even tougher. Manpower Group’s annual Talent Shortage Survey revealed that last year, 40% of employers worldwide reported difficulty filling jobs. It’s not just your HR department feeling the pain, either; according to a recent Deloitte […]
4 Things Every Business Should Consider Before Hiring Contingent Workers
The contingent workforce – or the “gig economy” – usually conjures images of ride-sharing or food-delivery services. While technically that’s accurate, the contingent workforce also is much broader in scope, and potentially can help your business work more efficiently and effectively. However, reaping those rewards requires a strategy. Without one, you could end up complicating […]
8 Ways Veterans Improve Your Workforce
Is your recruiting team actively seeking veterans to fill your open positions? If not, you could be missing out on an unbeatable combination of skills and experience. Not only are military personnel often cross-trained in a variety of useful skills, but they also have invaluable experience that can benefit your organization. The available Work Opportunity […]
How to Create Effective Job Postings (And Where to Post Them)
In today’s labor market securing top talent is becoming more and more challenging, because job seekers often have their pick of employment options, so in order to nab the best, employers must stand out long before the interview process starts. Because your job posting might be a potential hire’s first impression of your business, getting […]
Why It’s So Difficult to Fill Your Open Positions
If you feel like it’s getting more and more challenging to find qualified employees to fill your positions, you’re right. New evidence from the Deutsche Bank indicates that the length of time a vacancy lays open has increased overall since 2010. Open positions are increasingly difficult to fill due to several trends within the current […]