Tag: Randstad North America

Candidates Want Companies that Align with Their Political Beliefs

The political landscape over the last 2 years has changed drastically, and it doesn’t appear to be letting up any time soon. Are you letting your political affiliation cloud your judgment when it comes to hiring candidates? You may not be, but potential candidates are—as 58% of respondents in a new survey would not interview […]


5 Critical Leadership Traits Executives Need to Thrive in the Post-Digital Workplace

L&D professionals identify the ability to effectively deliver insights on skill gaps as a key priority. However, as the workplace becomes increasingly more digitized it’s important that executives understand the key traits that are critical for leadership to succeed. According to research from Randstad US, executives must develop new leadership capabilities in order to successfully […]

Offering a Better Work/Life Balance Is Crucial for Talent Retention

With the competition for talent being so fierce, employers need to show potential candidates that they value their employees’ hard work and talent retention is becoming a huge issue in the world of talent management. While this issue doesn’t directly impact recruiters, showcasing a company’s benefits package not only attracts potential candidates, it helps retain […]

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs 2.0: Job Satisfaction Closely Linked to Technology

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: If you want to attract top talent you need to have the technology candidates crave; with the modern workforce, it’s in their DNA. Randstad US has released new data that reveals the extent to which job satisfaction is dependent on an employer’s ability to use and […]

64% of Companies Offer Telecommuting as a Way to Recruit Talent

In a recent survey, released by Randstad North America, 82% of workers said having the ability to work anywhere at any time allows them to maintain a healthy work/life balance and according to a new study, over half (64%) of employers now offer this work arrangement when recruiting new talent.


U.S. Workers Welcome the Robots

No, this isn’t the title of a sci-fi movie, although only 20 years ago the concept may have seemed futuristic.


Attention Hiring Managers: Too Little Pay Could Cost You Top Talent

The low unemployment rate, coupled with a looming labor shortage, has resulted in organizations having to work much harder to attract and retain top talent. In its annual 2017 Salary Guides, Randstad US, an HR service and staffing company, provides job seekers with insight into how their compensation stacks up with others and helps employers […]