Remote work is a huge part of the current employment landscape, and it’s here to stay. The whole world is adapting to this new reality at the workplace and resulting shift in company culture. While there are many[...]
It’s Time to Revisit your Passive Candidate Recruiting Strategy
In today’s tight labor market, more recruiters are focusing on passive candidates. The Great Resignation of 2021 has taken the recruitment market from client-driven to candidate driven, not only because of conditions[...]
Are These 5 Red Flags in Your Job Postings?
Your job listings are often the first impression you make on a potential candidate. It may be the first time someone interacts with your employer brand, and is the most direct way to get active applicants. What you[...]
Attracting and Retaining Disabled Talent
Disability is often neglected in the conversation about hiring diverse talent and the benefits of having a diverse workforce. As we are currently in an unprecedented talent shortage, recruiters are looking to reach[...]
What is The Great Resignation?
You may have heard of the Great Resignation, a term referring to a mass of employees quitting their jobs. But what is actually happening, and what does this trend mean for recruiters?
What does a low unemployment rate mean for recruitment?
Updated 2/8/22It might seem that unemployment at 3.9% as of December 2021 would be a cause for celebration. However, a low unemployment rate also comes with problems. For HR departments, a low unemployment rate means[...]
Tips for Interviewing Candidates on Video
Virtual interviews are a safe way to close the candidate selection process while adhering to social distancing. They are also more convenient to schedule, allow you to evaluate candidates from all over, and can be more[...]
Keeping Employees Connected During COVID-19
This spring has been a time of rapid changes as everyone across the world grapples with living in a pandemic. The workplace looks radically different for many workers, and everyone has needed to adjust quickly and find[...]
Yes, Employee Experience Matters...A lot
Employee experience is one of the most important factors for any organization. Employees who have a positive experience are more productive, stay longer, and are your best ambassadors. That said, managers and recruiters[...]