There are two critical aspects to managing seismic and fundamental change: understanding the situation (what is happening and why) and then developing a plan to adapt. The labor market has seen substantial change in a very short period — instigated by the pandemic and fueled by individuals defining what is important to them. Now it’s up to organizations to adapt, and one
How do you know when and if you have made a successful hire? Gut instinct could be valuable, but this is hardly quantifiable. You could also wait a year to see how a new hire has performed and identify their level of productivity. However, future information isn’t helpful when you are actively hiring now and need to do so with confidence. And while a great handshake may still
Are we back to normal yet? Do we remember what that even looks or feels like? Maybe we have just scrapped the old definition and are setting new benchmarks and standards now. And it almost feels like that. Some areas are showing a slow, almost cautious start to the year while others look to be making up for lost ground.
Quarterly job creation is up but so is the volume of
Stagnant and declining organizations do not hire new employees. Growing, proactive companies hire and remain in a hiring mode. That said, talent acquisition isn’t always easy and often requires businesses to examine all aspects of their hiring process and candidate evaluation methods. One hiring tool many companies use is personality profile tests.
Personality profiles are
Outsourcing business services has almost become a necessity for many functions of a business today. Getting support and guidance for hiring talent is no different. However, we know that partnering with a recruitment firm often means understanding far more than you may have initially expected.
If you are just beginning to explore this option for your business, or you are
While there is an abundance of resources highlighting the variety of skills needed by business professionals today, there aren’t many that specifically address the skills for those who spend a great deal of time interviewing candidates for open positions. Whether in a formal Human Resources role or as a hiring manager, hiring professionals require more than just hard skills
Just because more people are open to new career opportunities now does not mean they are actively looking for them or even immediately applying. Back in 2013, LinkedIn shared that as many as seventy-five percent of job candidates were only passively considering a career change. Sadly, this statistic appears to be increasing.
If your recruitment strategies are only focused
Is a social media background check part of your verification process before hiring a new employee?
We seem to verify quite a bit in our everyday lives. We double-check that our alarms are set to wake us up at the appropriate time each morning. Airline flights, car rentals, and hotel reservations are confirmed, often repeatedly before we depart. Signatures are authenticated
Can you feel it? Those feelings of excitement and achievement that you are pretty confident mirror theirs. The last few weeks of planning, discussing, and evaluating are about to close.
Just one piece of this process remains: having your perfect-fit candidate accept your offer letter. Are you prepared?
In 2020, Glassdoor published an extensive study analyzing eleven years
It should be relatively easy, right? Multiple reports and studies continue to highlight the growing number of talented individuals open to new career opportunities. So if you just create a job posting and place it in highly trafficked areas like your website, social pages, and reputable job boards, the surge of attractive job applicants should be flooding your inbox at any