Believe it or not, with the ever-increasing need for human intelligence in human capital management in the modern-day workforce, artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more and more necessary for HR departments and recruiters.
Recruiting is changing at a rapid pace. Some organizations are abandoning traditional methods for social media; some think software can do a better job than people.
We are at the halfway point of 2019—can you believe it? It feels like just yesterday that we were predicting the hottest jobs of the year, and now we’re already into July! Time flies when you’re sourcing and recruiting top talent.
Employee attraction and retention are important to consider when formulating a strategy that aids the growth of your company. In the tight labor market, they are becoming challenging to tackle.
As we hit the halfway mark of 2019, one thing remains consistent: unemployment numbers continue to hover just below 4%.
Today’s candidate-driven employment market requires innovative, creative, and efficient work. Are you holding yourself back by using outdated recruiting habits?
Although Millennials are most often cited for being slammed with crippling debt, actually, one in five adult Americans carry student loan debt, according to NBC News. This means your company’s newly graduated intern or your vice president could be one of those people.
An Allegis Group survey uncovered a remarkable statistic—100% of companies that hire engineers cited “attracting top talent” as an issue for their organization. Even given today’s tight talent market, this is significantly higher than the 84% of employers hiring for other positions.
Getting a company up and running is no small task! And having to compete with big-name companies to lure talent in the door is equally as difficult. However, we’ve got good news! It can be done, and we’ve got the proof.
Does your organization utilize an employee referral program? If not, it may be a great way to add to your recruiting efforts and get more qualified applicants for tough-to-fill positions. Let’s take a look at tips for setting up employee referral programs, and then, we’ll review a few of the pros and cons.
Gender diversity is important for every organization, but there’s one industry that is consistently in the news for being the least diverse of them all: the information technology (IT) industry, or, more commonly, the “tech industry.”