While segmenting employee populations by generation is “old hat” at this point, the rise of the latest cohort, Generation Z, requires a new focus. Gen Z (individuals born after 1997) makes up more than one-fifth (21%) of the world’s working-age population and is expected to grow to 30% of the U.S. workforce by 2030. At […]
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As the school year comes to a close, 4.43 million college students will graduate and set their sights on starting their careers. Entering the working world is exciting, but it also comes with a new set of challenges, including navigating job boards, prepping for interviews, and evaluating if an employer and a job align with […]
It may seem like a decade ago now, but it was only last March that HR professionals had their first meetings about recruiting in the COVID era. Despite the uncertainties, the industry moved quickly so our organizations could stay on track to meet hiring goals, even if they changed monthly. Marking this anniversary, I have […]
They’re young, they’re hip, and they’re entering your workforce. That’s right, we’re talking about Generation Z! And unlike its Millennial counterpart, this generation is utterly destroying the way you recruit. Are you prepared to hire this generation? If not, we’ve got some insights for you!
Much has been studied about multiple generations in the workforce, and often, the opportunities age diversity presents get lost in the worries about generational tension.
Salary negotiations are pretty common among employers and jobseekers. According to a recent Recruiting Daily Advisor survey, over 73% of respondents say they’re open to negotiating a salary, depending on the position and over 17% say they’re open to negotiating a salary for every position. But how about negotiating a salary that’s $10,000 over the […]
Look around your company. What do you see? Is everyone around you roughly the same age? Or does it vary?
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has spoken and unemployment for the month of May remains unchanged at 3.6%. However, the most recent report has experts saying the numbers are “below expectations.” Could this be the beginning of the end for the candidate-driven market?
Companies in today’s job market have to work hard to attract and keep top talent. That means not only paying competitive salaries but also providing solid benefits and a favorable work environment. For many, this last part includes flexible hours and the ability to work remotely some or even all of the time.
There’s a certain image that probably comes to mind for many of us when we think of Wall Street bankers: expensive suits and well-groomed people.