What Millennials Expect From their Employers

Millennials are joining the workforce in increasing numbers and will represent nearly 75 percent by 2025. Currently, 40 percent of companies employ 50 or more millennials; however 44 percent of millennials say they will leave their job within two years. This generation is considered the most diverse in U.S. history and has obtained more college … Continue reading “What Millennials Expect From their Employers”

Here’s Why Recruiting and Retention are on a Collision Course

The economy has made a robust comeback and the job market is strong.  You will rarely hear any argument citing the scarcity of jobs.  There are currently over 5.4 million open jobs in the United States alone, with a staggering estimated 10,000 Baby Boomers retiring every day.  Yeah, you read that right – Every. Day.  It is … Continue reading “Here’s Why Recruiting and Retention are on a Collision Course”

7 Tips to Develop Your Recruiting Skills

Over the past several months, recruiting has become tougher and tougher. The Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that unemployment has dropped below 5 percent for the first time since the year 2008. This is an indication that we are at full employment. So, finding great employees for companies will be a little bit harder. Acquiring the right … Continue reading “7 Tips to Develop Your Recruiting Skills”

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Hiring Interns for Your Company

Summer is nearly upon us, which means that we’ll soon be in the throes of intern season. Internships are usually associated with major corporations and even federal agencies, but these days, more and more small businesses are seeing the value in hiring interns. And more and more young professionals are seeking out internships at small businesses. … Continue reading “5 Mistakes to Avoid When Hiring Interns for Your Company”

Hiring Statistics You Need to Know for 2017

2017 is bringing some big changes to the job market. With hiring volume expected to increase 58% in the U.S., the landscape is evolving. Millennials are coming in strong and almost 4 million executives are set to retire. EBI, a background check company, has put together a collection of the 60 hiring statistics that every job seeker and … Continue reading “Hiring Statistics You Need to Know for 2017”

Did We Get It Wrong? Obvious Signs That You’ve Hired The Wrong Person

In this article we look at  ‘things aren’t how they’re supposed to be’ when it comes to recruitment and we look at more obvious signs that you’ve hired the wrong person. They may have seemed right, at least on paper, or at the interview – probably both – but after a short time in their … Continue reading “Did We Get It Wrong? Obvious Signs That You’ve Hired The Wrong Person”

10 Job Interview Questions Employers Can’t Ask

When picking an ideal career/job, going through the interview process is always a must. While it is good enough to prepare for the first step, it is also important to know the kind of questions asked. There are appropriate queries in an interview as much as there are inappropriate ones. Being aware of the laws … Continue reading “10 Job Interview Questions Employers Can’t Ask”

Why Your Candidates Are Turning Down Your Job Offers

When it comes to hiring talent, some employers have all the luck. Or, do they? Recent data reveals how some hiring decisions can affect the number of quality candidates you recruit. If you’re struggling to find the right candidates, you might need to change your hiring process. Find out why candidates turn down your job … Continue reading “Why Your Candidates Are Turning Down Your Job Offers”

How to Successfully Hire Your First Remote Workers

Establishing a remote workforce provides your company with substantial benefits. For example, you have access to a national or even a worldwide labor pool. As a result of this, you can take advantage of more skilled labor at more affordable labor rates. You can also enjoy increased productivity from workers who typically are happier, less … Continue reading “How to Successfully Hire Your First Remote Workers”

4 Biggest Recruitment Mistakes Made by Small Businesses

Small businesses generally don’t have unlimited resources and time to waste on recruitment mistakes. Hiring costs an average of $4,169. It should also be mentioned that replacing someone costs even more: an average of 6 to 9 months of that employee’s salary! For a manager making $40,000 a year, that’s $20,000 to $30,000 in recruiting … Continue reading “4 Biggest Recruitment Mistakes Made by Small Businesses”