If your organization is currently hiring or is considering hiring seasonal workers, here are a few best practices to keep in mind.
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Matt Jacobson, a paralegal research analyst with Brann & Isaacson—a Maine-based employment law firm—answers the following question from a Maine employer and offers four insights on how to attract and retain workers.
As the job market tightens up, employers are looking for ways to attract more candidates to be sure they have a good group of applicants to choose from in any given vacancy. But more and more, employers are finding that jobs are attracting fewer applicants than before, simply because there are fewer jobseekers out there […]
HR managers and recruiters both understand that applicants are spending most of their time looking at job boards like Indeed® and CareerBuilder®. Additionally, applicants are interested in specific companies and spend their time on those companies’ career websites.
When you hear about a company that builds foldable kayaks, your first thought probably isn’t, “Neat, how do they hire people?” However, in conversations with other entrepreneurs, we’ve learned that our approach to hiring is like our product – handmade and wildly different from the norm.
Our very first research report, way back in 2015, was a recruiting survey. We’ve come quite a way since then, and are happy to introduce the results to our 2017 Annual Recruiting Survey! Let’s take a look at the results.
The HR Daily Advisor research team conducted the 2017 Annual Recruiting Survey in January 2017. Recruiting is one of the hottest issues for HR professionals (and recruiters, of course) largely thanks to an improving economy and low unemployment rates. We wanted to take a snapshot of the recruiting landscape with this survey. Check out some […]
In yesterday’s Advisor, expert Chris Peterson offered tips on making your online presence for candidates more attractive. Today, more of his tips on posting, blogging, and recruiting metrics.
Recruiting and retaining top employees is a cornerstone of every successful organization—and it’s only going to get more challenging as we enter 2015. How do your recruiting practices stack up against what others are doing in today’s war for talent?
As the unemployment rate inches further downward and positions are taking longer to fill, many employers are looking for new and innovative ways to reach the best talent. One option that is increasing in popularity is searching for passive candidates—individuals who may not be directly looking for a new job, but who would be open […]