Have you seen the new dating show Love is Blind? It’s wild and wacky, as is any reality show, and it was created on the premise that couples have real human interaction and get to know each other before ever meeting face to face, and then they ultimately get married … all in 4 weeks. […]
Today’s workers have more leverage than ever when deciding how long they’ll stay with a job before looking for a new one. When passive jobseekers—your current employees—are contacted multiple times by recruiters, they get more curious about opportunities in the marketplace.
There are two things that continue to be problematic for talent acquisition (TA) professionals: attracting and retaining qualified workers and providing a great candidate experience (CX) to help lure others in the door.
There’s a new approach to an old HR problem: artificial intelligence (AI). Our goal remains the same, though—hiring great talent and offering a great employee experience. Securing and retaining human capital that is aligned with the company’s core values is paramount. Emerging AI and machine learning (ML) technologies will have a significant impact across the HR function.
In the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) September job’s report, manufacturers across the country have reported that they cut roughly 2,000 jobs last month, which is causing some to ring the alarm bells.
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.