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[...]
How to plan for an older workforce
Senior citizens ages 65 and above are constituting a larger share of the workforce every year. 16.4% of all 65+ year olds are employed. The U.S. has an aging population—the U.S. Census Bureau reports that by 2050 there[...]
Job candidates are ghosting Employers
For millennials, ghosting is a ubiquitous social phenomenon. Most young people have been ghosted, and what’s more uncomfortable to admit as that many of them have been guilty of this behavior as well. According to [...]
Employee disengagement: what is it and how can I stop it?
Employee disengagement can become a catastrophic problem for your company, especially if you fail to nip it in the bud when you notice the warning signs. Fortunately, most managers know it when they see it; employee[...]
Put your employees to work: employee referral program
An employee referral program is a recruitment strategy that turns your entire workforce into a vast network of recruiters. The structure of an employee referral program is highly variable. Some are very informal—a[...]
Recruitment strategy: Improve your Candidate Experience
Recruitment vs. talent acquisition: What's the difference?
Recruitment and talent acquisition are terms often used interchangeably. However, the differences between these two practices are crucial. They could be the key factors that determine whether your business grows or[...]
Recruitment Strategy: Tap into Non-Traditional Candidates
As the US unemployment rate continues to drop, employers in various industries have been challenged by high turnover rates, especially for lower-level positions. In some cases, employers struggle to even fill positions[...]