Let the great re-hiring commence! As businesses and organizations across the United States continue to open back up and bring workers back on, a new report has discovered that small businesses (SMB) employing 1-10 workers are hiring back furloughed employees at the highest rate of all SMBs.
Having crossed the threshold into 2021, we’ve all been given an opportunity to better understand the impact COVID-19 had on our world. In some instances, we saw businesses that faced dire consequences and needed to shut down, while others pivoted models and thrived, like delivery services or remote work technologies. But one common theme rings […]
DEI is an acronym you’ve probably seen a lot lately. It stands for diversity, equity, and inclusion. While these concepts aren’t new, they’ve taken on renewed focus for employers that want to proactively ensure everyone feels welcome and safe and is treated fairly in their workplace. This country has a long history of marginalizing entire […]
Providing jobseekers with a positive hiring experience is vital for your company’s brand and reputation. Jobseekers are like consumers: If they have a bad experience, they will not hesitate to tell their family and friends all about how your company failed. Even worse, the scorned jobseeker can also take to social media and job boards […]
With the prospect of getting past COVID-19 now looking more realistic each week, employers are trying to figure out how to scale up operations efficiently. For many, this means hiring a lot of new employees—and fast.
The health of your backbone is something most people rarely think about—until it demands their attention. That occurs when there is an unfortunate injury or when their back goes out and they suddenly decide it’s time to pay attention and give their backbone the care and maintenance it sorely needs.
While many organizations scaled back on hiring during the pandemic, there were many that did the opposite. What was their experience like? How did they handle onboarding? Today, we have a Q&A with Todd Cunningham, chief people officer at AvidXchange.
Employers that have remained open during the pandemic find themselves in a bit of an odd situation: Unemployment is high, but hiring is still tough.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the global economy, the true U.S. unemployment rate sits at an incredible 26.1%. What had been an employee’s market at the start of 2020 now seemingly favors employers. Yet, hiring in the current economy hasn’t become easier: Top talent, reluctant to leave relatively secure positions, has become […]
In today’s recruiting environment, employers that are hiring are encountering the same familiar hiring conundrums. An issue some employers struggle with is what to do when a clearly overqualified candidate applies for a job opening they’re looking to fill.