What is worse, a bad hire that sticks around or a good hire that leaves? Without a doubt, the bad hire brings the harsher penalty. Jim Stroud explains with help from the cast of the NBC show - The Office. Plus, with the help of his co-worker - Vanessa Martin, viewer questions are answered on how
Pandemics have had a profound effect on global populations and their respective economies. Historically, we have seen this benefit disenfranchised groups. For example, during the Bubonic Plague of the 14th century, the feudal system collapsed, and the surviving peasants and artisans became more
The labor market is beginning to look promising after a tumultuous year with the Covid pandemic. Consider this quote from the NY Post.
We surveyed 200+ professionals about the state of their business in the COVID era. Our questions were short and focused on if/when employees were returning to the office, immediate hiring goals, recruitment budgets and investments in HR technology.Our survey respondents varied widely across
Talent attraction is a term used in the Human Resources and Talent Acquisition field to describe luring the most desirable of passive candidates to a specific employer and incentivizing them to apply for work with implied and envisioned benefits. The means and tactics of attraction vary and
The world is changing right before our very eyes. The Coronavirus Covid-19 Pandemic has wreaked havoc on our way of life and threatens our future in ways we can immediately recognize. The number of people unemployed, the list of businesses closing, and the overall uncertainty being just a few.
If you are working for a healthcare company, take note of these resources designed to help you carry on your recruitment related tasks during this Coronavirus pandemic. Please pass on to any and all who can use this information. It is meant to benefit the community.
The short answer is, "it depends." The medium response is 25-30. This is the long answer: When it comes to figuring out how many requisitions a recruiter should be able to handle, the variables are limitless. Nevertheless, I will mention the more notable considerations and some reasoning for
The impact of the coronavirus is undeniable in our society and especially in the world of work. Layoffs and hiring freezes threaten our economy and cause concern for the future. Despite the worrisome outlook so many businesses are experiencing, there is a great opportunity for those enterprises